Blurred Lines Parody - "Defined Lines" Feminist Version

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    Sep 05, 2013 10:40 PM GMT


    I've watched it a couple times and I still don't know the lyrics... my mind is totally fixated on the guys icon_redface.gif

    The tanned guy's legs.. wowza..

    Anyways what do you guys think? This seems like one of the better parodies out there.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/joannakatelinw/the-most-appropriate-response-to-robin-thicke-1lor
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    Sep 06, 2013 1:20 AM GMT
    Yes,

    I don't really know what the girls said, but I want the tanned guy to get more whip cream to the face.
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    Sep 06, 2013 1:34 AM GMT
    I like the lyrics and the guys.
  • sonuus

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    Sep 06, 2013 1:46 AM GMT
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    Sep 06, 2013 2:14 AM GMT
    This is much better than the above version. All THEY did was switch the roles. This one was actually clever.
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    Sep 06, 2013 2:34 AM GMT
    What the hell did I just watch
  • Irishguy22

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    Sep 06, 2013 11:03 AM GMT
    Robin Thicke's original video annoyed the hell out of me, but when I read the lyrics (because I didnt catch all of them) I was furious! He basically talks about how good a guy he is and how she's a "good girl" but refers to her as an animal and someone he was with previous as a "bitch" while having women naked around him because fuck it their "animals". But the BEST part is Robin Thicke's quote during an interview " 'That man is not your maker' — it's actually a feminist movement within itself."
    No. No Robin, nothing about you're song is a feminist movement. It is a song where you pay women to fondle you while you are completely dressed and they are not, where you also refer to women as animals (because it is already dehumanising that they are undressed and you are not) and state how YOU will liberate them from captivity so that you can get you end in. You sir are not a feminist role model.
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    Sep 06, 2013 11:23 AM GMT
    Irishguy22 saidRobin Thicke's original video annoyed the hell out of me, but when I read the lyrics (because I didnt catch all of them) I was furious! He basically talks about how good a guy he is and how she's a "good girl" but refers to her as an animal and someone he was with previous as a "bitch" while having women naked around him because fuck it their "animals". But the BEST part is Robin Thicke's quote during an interview " 'That man is not your maker' — it's actually a feminist movement within itself."
    No. No Robin, nothing about you're song is a feminist movement. It is a song where you pay women to fondle you while you are completely dressed and they are not, where you also refer to women as animals (because it is already dehumanising that they are undressed and you are not) and state how YOU will liberate them from captivity so that you can get you end in. You sir are not a feminist role model.


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    Sep 06, 2013 11:49 AM GMT
    blasiankid said
    Irishguy22 saidRobin Thicke's original video annoyed the hell out of me, but when I read the lyrics (because I didnt catch all of them) I was furious! He basically talks about how good a guy he is and how she's a "good girl" but refers to her as an animal and someone he was with previous as a "bitch" while having women naked around him because fuck it their "animals". But the BEST part is Robin Thicke's quote during an interview " 'That man is not your maker' — it's actually a feminist movement within itself."
    No. No Robin, nothing about you're song is a feminist movement. It is a song where you pay women to fondle you while you are completely dressed and they are not, where you also refer to women as animals (because it is already dehumanising that they are undressed and you are not) and state how YOU will liberate them from captivity so that you can get you end in. You sir are not a feminist role model.


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    sigh *Throws away soapbox*
    Those guys are really hot!
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    Sep 06, 2013 12:16 PM GMT
    DarkLight saidI think it's kind of funny, but women would like to exploit men just the same as they get exploited. Yes, I may not agree with how women are portrayed in most of what's seen & such, but nevertheless you can't scream "SEXISM!" But then wanna turn around and do it. ........
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    Couldn't agree more!

    Besides, haven't they done good of a enough job emasculating men in print, tv and movies? Just watch any commercial...men are always portrayed as dumbasses and klutzes!
    Movies, too.

    Go look at t-shirt's being sold to teen and preteen girls...pretty much man-haters, the whole lot!
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    Sep 06, 2013 1:09 PM GMT
    StudlyScrewRite said


    Couldn't agree more!

    Besides, haven't they done good of a enough job emasculating men in print, tv and movies? Just watch any commercial...men are always portrayed as dumbasses and klutzes!
    Movies, too.

    Go look at t-shirt's being sold to teen and preteen girls...pretty much man-haters, the whole lot!


    +1000

    We live in a world where shirts that say this can be sold and no one bats an eyelash.
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    http://www.davidandgoliathtees.com/boys-are-stupid-throw-rocks-at-them.html

    Imagine a clothing retailer that tried to sell a shirt that said "Girls are stupid throw rocks at them" and see how long they would last. Sexism is a two-way street.


    As for the OP's video, the short buff guy was hot. icon_cool.gif
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    Sep 06, 2013 2:01 PM GMT
    Irishguy22 said
    blasiankid said
    Irishguy22 saidRobin Thicke's original video annoyed the hell out of me, but when I read the lyrics (because I didnt catch all of them) I was furious! He basically talks about how good a guy he is and how she's a "good girl" but refers to her as an animal and someone he was with previous as a "bitch" while having women naked around him because fuck it their "animals". But the BEST part is Robin Thicke's quote during an interview " 'That man is not your maker' — it's actually a feminist movement within itself."
    No. No Robin, nothing about you're song is a feminist movement. It is a song where you pay women to fondle you while you are completely dressed and they are not, where you also refer to women as animals (because it is already dehumanising that they are undressed and you are not) and state how YOU will liberate them from captivity so that you can get you end in. You sir are not a feminist role model.


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    sigh *Throws away soapbox*
    Those guys are really hot!


    INORITE?

    lol