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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Chart Rigger Turns 7 Today, So Here Are 7 Questions For You To Answer

Ah, 2005 — what a different pop landscape it was seven years ago, when Chart Rigger first went online. In fact, 2005 marked the shift back toward actual pop — and, subsequently, dance — music, stateside, after both had been pretty much absent on the charts in the first half of the first decade of the new millennium. Above you'll see a visual timeline of the #1 singles on the Hot 100 this very week every year since 2005.

One could say my work here is done, and, yes, I take full credit for it. Oh, I jest. But sometimes I do wonder if it's time for me to get an actual life and leave the pop trash-talking behind. Then I realize, well, I'd probably just be shooting up smack in an alleyway downtown in place of blogging, so...

Anyway, this blogiversary always creeps up on me, and I never quite know what to write about. That said, I found it much more interesting to hear about you this time last year. So once again, let's get to know each other a little better. (Yes, I'm talking to YOU.) And we'll make it 7-themed.

Here, I'll show you mine first. Then you show me yours...in the comments.

1. I turned 7 years old in ___, a year that was memorable because _________.
1981. It was the year MTV first hit the airwaves (though we didn't get it in my house till 1982).

2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe ____ is sill around.
Flo Rida. His songs seem to me like they could have any interchangeable rapper thrown in for vocals. They also come across like one-hit wonder type singles. Then again, that probably just proves he's adaptable, and likely explains why we're still talking about him. Or maybe he's given all the right people handjobs?

3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists: 
Rihanna, "Umbrella"
Britney Spears, "Lucky"
Madonna, "Material Girl"
Beyonce, "Check On It"
Katy Perry, "Firework"
It's a toss-up between Madonna and Rihanna for me. Two vastly different pop singles from two vastly different eras. I flipped a coin and it came up RiRi, but I can't truly pick one over the other.

4. When I was 17, I was dating a (guy/girl) whose first name was _____.
I wasn't. Ages 17 through 19 marked a very "single" time period for me. I don't think I was really comfortable in my own skin then.

5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw _____.
Opening weekend, in the movie theater while on a first — and last — date. Guy was creepy, much like the movie. Whatever, I got a free meal at the Italian Oven on the edge of my university's campus out of it.

6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because _______.
Well, I'm still writing this blog seven years later because I think I'm obsessed with Britney's lopsided weave and Beyonce's attempts at still trying to have a pop career. Normal concerns for a healthy adult...right?

7. My birthday is ____.
February 7. See? It's related to the theme!

Now it's your turn. Hit me up below, and thanks for reading all these years later!

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  • At 2:01 PM, Blogger Fritz Liess said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1967, a year that was memorable because my dad remarried and I got a new mother who was my best friend. I also got my hands on her record collection, which included Sonny and Cher, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles.

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe Ke$ha is sill around. (Is she?)

    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists: Katy Perry, "Firework"

    Any song/artist associated with The Sims automatically wins.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cw2SXuHyjLQ&ob=av3e

    4. When I was 17, I was dating a guy whose first name was (withheld). He was my high school English teacher.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I haven't seen.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because the author is just the right shade of bitch.

    7. My birthday is September 17.

     
  • At 2:13 PM, Blogger Todd said…

    This is like one of those old Facebook quizzes.

    1. I have to answer? I turned 7 in 1977--the year Apple Computer started. Elvis died. Rings were found on Uranus.

    2. I can't believe Ke$ha is still around. I can't believe I just spelled a name with a dollar sign. Does Ke$ha count? Is she still around?

    3. Best 7th single: RiRi: "Umbrella" Not even close.

    4. When I was 17 I was dating Jen. Five years later we were dancing at the Roxy in New York with my boyfriend.

    5. I never saw Seven but the Italian Oven sounds lovely.

    6. I still read this blog because... I really enjoy that sometimes I know EXACTLY what you'll talk about and sometimes you totally surprise me. I also learn many things that I never admit to anyone.

    7. My birthday is... April 7. I win too.

     
  • At 2:36 PM, Anonymous Pranav said…

    1. I turned 7 years old 1988, a year that was memorable for no reason whatsoever. I can barely remember that year.

    2. I can't believe Ke$ha is still around. Her music was garbage and still continues to be.

    3. Madonna's "Material Girl" is the best career seventh single.

    4. When I was 17, I was NOT dating anyone. I was hung up on my friend's girlfriend and nothing ever materialized with her until 4 years later (and yeah, that ended pretty quickly too!).

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman starred in Seven which I still have not seen.

    6. I am still reading this blog since it is a VERY important source of music news for me - and it does NOT have a geo-centric focus - which I like! The blog celebrates the work of some artists/bands that I like - and that do not get their due share of recognition in the US. Who am I kidding? This is without a doubt my favorite pop music blog!

    7. My birthday is November 14.

     
  • At 2:39 PM, Anonymous 17days said…

    1. I turned 7 in March of 1983. A memorable year because Madonna's debut album was released in '83.

    2. I'm going to say Flo-Rida as well... He seems the epitome of a one hit wonder, yet everyone '1 hit' racks up another modern radio classic for him. Shocked and dismayed.

    3. Madonna - Material Girl it was the name that stuck forever, but as a single I think it encapsulates what the 80's were about for a lot of people, and the live drums on that record kill.

    4. When I was 17 my boyfriend was named Prince. He was a dancer in the Hartford Ballet school with me, and he lied Tina Turner.

    5. I hated the movie Seven. David
    Fincher should direct more music videos.

    6. I still read this blog because the writing is great and PSB are always on the bill.

    7. March 12 1976
    6.

     
  • At 5:26 PM, Anonymous the other half to the old ball and chain said…

    I turned 7 years old in 1980, a year that was memorable because it marked the beginning of hugetastic changes in music (videos! cassettes! new wave!!)

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe _most of these people are still around. The bigger question, perhaps, is in another 7 years which of these will still be around, or if anyone will eve remember them?

    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists: I thought Umbrellas was one of Riri's first singles. show's what I know. I would vote for that because at least she still rocks it. Her Tragesty think she's too classy for her old jams. You know, the ones that MADE HER A LEGEND. Nothing like a sore winner, Madonna.

    4. When I was 17, I was dating a a girl, thankfully for the last time (no offense, broads!).

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw at the Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because if I don't, my kitten will beat me senseless (and because I love it).

    7. My birthday is ____.
    7/11 - like the convenience store!

     
  • At 7:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    1. i turned 7 years old in 1997. i can't really say what was most memorable about that year but, i do remember watching a dvd of all of tina turner's music videos with my mom though!

    2. looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, i can't believe that friken flo-rida is still around!
    it's "rappers" like him that make the whole rap/hip hop genre just plain embarassing.

    3. best 7th single: rihanna's umbrella ella ella aye aye! fuck katy perry in general! she is such a complete sham!

    4. when i was 17, i was dating a guy called kalin. he was 28 (i think?) and i discovered the wonders of smoking up while dating him too lol...

    5. i think i first saw 'seven' on dvd.

    6. i <3 heart your blog!!!

    7. my birthday is november 6.

     
  • At 8:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1994, a year that was memorable because it was the year I started learning english I guess. I hardly remember something else.

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe Mario is sill around. Dear Lord, is Mario still around?

    3. Britney of course. No, I'm kidding, even though I'm a giga fan of the weave, I have to choose Umbrella. It was a huge year for Rihanna.

    4. When I was 17, I was (still) dating a girl whose first name was Niki. She was a big love for me. After she dumped me, I started dating guys if course!

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw in the summer of 2004, during my vacations.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because the comments are simply bitchy and amazing!

    7. My birthday is 17.07.87. I also win!

     
  • At 9:41 PM, Blogger That_One_Guy said…

    Happy Anniversary trash-talking you! haha I hope these past seven years have made you itch in the best of ways. !rawr!

    I turned seven in ninety-four, which was memorable because The Lion King was good enough for my restless, little heart to go to the movies five times to see it. Something only matched by Chicago (2002), which I saw thrice.

    Honestly, half of them (Mario, Nelly, Florida, KETCHUP, and sometimes some of the others make me wonder); but if I HAVE to choose, I will go with Nelly: this is the guy who started out with a band-aid on his face, correct?

    There have been loads of great seventh singles: "Read My Mind" by The Killers; "EX-Girlfriend" by No Doubt (mainstream); "Stop" by Spice Girls (without separating Mama/WDYTYA?); "Lady Marmalade" by Christina Aguilera (English singles);finally, and this one is for you, "After The Love Has Gone" by STEPS.

    But if I have to pick from your list: Madonna (Riri being a close second). Most of Madge's stuff simply stands the test of time; as does her take of Marilyn Monroe.

    When I was seventeen I was still single, but I did go out on a date with a thirty-something policeman named Vince, originally from *adopts accent* Brooklyn. He freaked by my age, but he did call me once to describe the moon from where he was. Very romantic, he was.

    I was JUST discussing that movie earlier. I saw it when I was twelve; too young and affected easily by it. *le sigh*

    I am still reading your trashy blog because I like it. Plus, I like that you can talk trash about POP music and still ejaculate over STEPS. That is the type of oxymoron I do enjoy.

    My birthday is May 28th (let's go to the beach!!!).

    Thanks again for the fun chico! ={D

     
  • At 9:43 PM, Blogger John said…

    Oh wow...here goes nothing...

    1. I turned 7 in 1976, which was the year I snuck an order into my school's Book Fair for a Shawn Cassidy poster. Really?

    2. Ke$ha - She was supposed to be a one-hit wonder. Really? (BTW..."Let Me Love You" is still a jam!)

    3. Rihanna "Umbrella" - No question. Her career went into warp drive at that moment, and the song was both critically and commercially successful.

    4. When I was 17, I was occasionally dating a girl named Tracy. She was a co-worker and a convenient beard.

    5. Never saw Seven.

    6. I'm still reading this blog because somewhere along the line I thought that we share similar opinions on pop music. 98% of the time, that theory proves to be true.

    7. May 14. Seven times two!

     
  • At 9:51 PM, Blogger Cody said…

    1. I turned 7 in 2000. It was the first year of the millenium and it was a memorable year for pop music. There were number one hits from Christina Aguilera, Matchbox Twenty, *NSYNC, and Madonna. "Music" by Madonna was my favorite song that year, and it is still one of the best produced records I have ever heard.

    2. Bruno Mars and Ke$ha are horrific. Every single time Bruno gets another top 10 hit, I die a little more inside. There is such a thing as over singing, and Bruno does it with every song he is a part of. (Nelly and Mario are still around?)

    3. "Umbrella" by Rihanna is her strongest single, and in my opinion, is the song that will define her career. (Honorable Mention: "Behind These Hazel Eyes" by Kelly Clarkson!)

    4. When I was 17, I was single.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in the movie Seven, which I have never seen.

    6. I found this blog about two years ago. I still read it because I love the sarcastic sense of humor in your writing and I love people who love pop music as much as I do!

    7. My birthday is May 21.

     
  • At 1:42 PM, Blogger Jump! said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1983. I was watching He-man.

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe that Mario took that jam to #1.


    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists:

    Madonna "material Girl" - The name stuck with her and as as much as it may annoy her the song is still fun to listen to and probably more relevant than ever thanks to people like the kardashians, Paris Hilton and any other d-list reality tv star.

    4. When I was 17, I was graduating from high school.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw opening weekend with my friend Jamie.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later out of misguided loyalty to D'luv. :)

    7. My birthday is August 11- no connection to 7 unless you think 7/11 convenience stores.

     
  • At 2:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    1. I turned 7 in 1990. I had to wikipedia it but probably the two best things that happened would be East and West Germany became on Germany and the Hubble Space Telescope was launched.

    2. Who is Mario?

    3. Well "Umbrella" to me is a perfect song, so I have to go with that. But if you were to base it on how the song was meaningful to their career then it would be "Material Girl" because that song is Madonna.

    4. When I was 17, I was a lonely boy in high school. A catholic high school. So no boyfriend for me then.

    5. Saw the movie at some guys house, I think in 2002.

    6. I just started reading this trashy blog in 2011. I'm always late for the train.

    7. October 7th.

     
  • At 6:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1999, a year that was memorable because it was pretty much the zenith of pop music in terms of sales (Britney Spears in the West, Hikaru Utada in Asia) and all that impeachment crap over Clinton diddling his overweight intern (Newt *cough*).

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe Nelly is still around. He even managed to scrape another Top 10 hit after that hoodrat trainwreck known as "Grillz" left the airwaves constipated in Spring of '06.

    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career of these artists?: Beyonce: "Check on It." It was refreshing to hear some post-"Dangerously in Love", post-DC (for good) Beyonce at that time. The pink vibe of the video perfectly matched the Valentine's Day mood of the time also.

    4. When I was 17, I lost my virginity to a female friend of mine, then started dating guys by the edge of 17.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which would've been better had Bel Ami been given production rights.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because Mr. D'luv caught me in the right place at the right time (my discovery of the British pop scene) and kept me up to date with pop news from across the pond. Plus he knows how to be a catty bitch when duty calls for it.

    7. My birthday is November 3.

     
  • At 8:15 AM, Anonymous outoutout said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1985, a year that was memorable because we got cable. We were the first people on our block to get it, and it was amazing to see an entire channel devoted to Disney. (yes, I watched a whole lotta Disney Channel!)

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe any of them are still around. They all strike me as typical one-trick ponies (yes, even Ms. Germanotta) - not enough talent to grow into a long-term music career. Then again, very few have that.

    3. Madonna all the way. She's still called the "Material Girl", after all.

    4. When I was 17, I was dating a guy whose first name was Tony. Recently found him again on Facebook, and had to come out all over again.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I never saw - or if I did, I sure don't remember.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because you da man, Robbie.

    7. My birthday is December 19.

     
  • At 9:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1997, a year that was memorable because _________.

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe Adele is sill around. I mean, in a good way. I thought (back in the day) Chasing Pavements would be a one hit wonder because the industry is shallow and Adele is heavier than the average chart-topping stripper.


    3. I'll go with Material Girl because it's stood the test of time and it's less needy than Firework. Plus you can either actually like Material Girl as a song or you can like it ironically.

    4. When I was 17, I was dating a guy whose first name was Philipp.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw... at no point in my life.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because I like to pretend I actually like pop music, but really I want to read acerbic, bitter criticism of every popular artist, and bitch and moan about the fact that less popular artists never top the charts. I also have loyalty issues and continue to support popstars I loved in my childhood and tweens for no good reason. Also, I haven't been reading this blog for 7 years. I found my way here because of British band The Feeling.

    7. My birthday is October 4th. Sorry for the lack of seven.

     
  • At 2:04 PM, Blogger Joshua said…

    First of all, re-reading my answers from a year ago is HILARIOUS AND BIZARRE. Thank you for givin me time capsules of my former self and thank you for such great reads!

    1. I turned 7 years old in ___, a year that was memorable because _________.

    1987 - I don't remember much. I was still living in the Philippines, but wikipedia informs me that Madonna released You Can Dance, Whitney released Whitney, and MJ released Bad. Also, Kylie Minogue's recording career began with "Locomotion" so that's probably when you got your first period.
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    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe ____ is sill around.

    I always give artists the benefit of the doubt, and try to assume they will all be more than just 1 hit wonders, so I'm not too surprised any of these hobos are still trundling around the train tracks, except for Mario, of course.
    -------------------------------------------

    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists:
    • Rihanna, "Umbrella"
    • Britney Spears, "Lucky"
    • Madonna, "Material Girl"
    • Beyonce, "Check On It"
    • Katy Perry, "Firework"

    Wow, these are all pretty amazing 7th singles! Except Check On It by Beyonce, which really should not have been as successful as it was.

    My personal favorite would have to be Firework by Katy Perry. I was a total naysayer and detractor of her literally up until this single, which somehow spoke to my little gay heart in a way no other It Gets Better-esque song had, and I am now one of her staunchest fans and continually try to sell her to all my friends and try to get my drag queen buddies to perform her songs.

    Material girl & Umbrella definitely have their merits because those were such milestones in those 2 non-singer broads' respective careers, turning them from great-ish pop stars into iconic pop divas (or "diva" as is the case with Rihanna).
    -------------------------------------------

    4. When I was 17, I was dating a (guy/girl) whose first name was _____.

    My boyfriend was called "My Pillow". Don't lie, all your first boyfriends were also "My Pillow"
    -------------------------------------------


    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw _____.

    n/a
    -------------------------------------------


    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because _______.

    Old habits die hard. I still eat at the same restaurants, use the same hair products, and dumpster dive with the same exes. Sometimes, you go back to the same things even if they are not good for you. But OMGLOL Chartrigger is not like that at all, I swear.

    Also, as someone who has actually been reading this blog for those 7 years, I do want to take this moment to say that after 7 years, can your blog invest in a "Back" link to go back to older posts please??? Cater to your audience, maybe??? Jay-sus!
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    7. My birthday is ____.

    11/25... no fancy 7 relations, so sad!

     
  • At 7:06 PM, Blogger Doodvid said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1987, a year that was memorable because a) it was the birth of K25 and b) Doctor Who confirmed my "Big Gay" status in September of that year by featuring Kate O'Mara doing an impression of Bonnie Langford in 'Time and the Rani'.

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe that Flo Rida is still pedalling his garbage to the masses. Plus - erm...Mario. Who?

    3. Rihanna's 'Umbrella' was monumental...although 'Lucky' is all sorts of amazing for all the wrong reasons.

    4. When I was 17 I was dating a girl who a) had the hugest arse ever b) tricked me into getting with her by auditioning me for her college acting dualogue then revealing the last scene involved a passionate snog and c) got me drunk after said performance as a "thank you" - to the point that on the way home, I puked into a bush (not hers), she wiped my mouth off, forcefed me chewing gum then kissed my face off. Gross. And practically rape. Practically.

    5. My teen-best mate once rang me and proceeded to give me a scene-by-scene review of Seven which lasted almost as long as the film itself. He spoilt all the surprises. It was the same when we used to be obsessed by 'Point Horror' books - he'd always tell me the endings before I read them! Think it was his inept way of flirting (although neither of us had admitted our homo ways at that time)

    6. I l*heart* Chart Rigger due to our uncanny taste in music plus it's one of the only US blogs I've seen that seems to openly enjoy our more obscure UK acts. Love that you love Saint Etienne as I do with Steps, Kylie and Deuce (my most favourite pop act of all time) earning honourable mentions too.

    7.My birthday is September 23rd.

     
  • At 8:39 PM, Anonymous Kils said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1995, a year that was memorable because Tejano superstar Selena is killed by the president of her own fanclub.


    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe Flo Rida is still around because we had just gotten rid of the complete irritant SEAN PAUL.

    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists:
    • Rihanna, "Umbrella"
    • Britney Spears, "Lucky"
    • Madonna, "Material Girl"
    • Beyonce, "Check On It"
    • Katy Perry, "Firework"

    I want to say Britney because I <3 her AND it eerily exposed what her life was really like behind the scenes but It's clearly RiRi though with Umbrella - it catapulted her into superstardom ! NOT Madonna as she had already achieved massive success with Like a Virgin! Beyonce and Katy had more defining moments before and after those hits!

    4. When I was 17, I was dating a (guy/girl) whose first name was non existant. I was wooing a female who would later destroy my final exam day at secondary school, infiltrate and break up my group of friends and finally become the first person I told that I'm gay !

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I never saw thank the lord.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because - I just feared the term blog for the first 5 years of it's life and now I'm embracing the bitchitackiness of it all!

    7. My birthday is November 28th.

     
  • At 5:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1982, a year that was memorable because the Nintendo Game Boy was released and I got it for Christmas.

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe Ke$ha is sill around.

    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists: Katy Perry, "Firework"

    4. When I was 17, I was dating a girl whose first name was Joanne.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw on DVD many, many years later. I just wasn't sucked into the hype around it. I thought it was a OK movie.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because I love pop music and this is one of the few sites that has good coverage. I wish there was more than 1 post every 1-3 days but I can live with it.

    7. My birthday is February 12.

     
  • At 12:15 AM, Blogger wpmsd said…

    1. I turned 7 in 1966 which was memorable because I bought my first album- The Monkees.

    2. I figured Flo Rida was a 1-hit wonder for sure.

    3. Umbrella is my 3rd favorite Ri song after Live Your Life and We Found Love.

    4. When I was 17 and a senior in high school I dated Linda who I'd had a crush on for most of high school before finally asking her out just before school was out.

    5. I never saw Seven but I heard about the surprise ending.

    6. I just started reading this blog about a year ago. None of my friends follow popular music anymore so it was great to find this blog which revels in pop music. I've been following the Billboard Hot 100 every week since 1975, and never grew out of it.

    7. My birthday is Dec. 3.

     
  • At 1:32 AM, Anonymous Seanti said…

    1. I turned 7 years old in 1976, a year that was memorable because it was the bicentennial, and people wore all kinds of god-awful, god-fearing red, white & blue fashions.

    2. Looking at the above 7 chart-topping singles, I can't believe ____ is sill around.
    Wait, is Mario still around? For reals?

    3. Who released the best seventh single of their career out of these artists:
    I'd have to agree with Cody -- I think "Umbrella" will be the Rihanna jam we'll be hearing on oldies stations in 20 years. (Obviously, "Material Girl" is amazing, but within the Madge pantheon of singles... not so much.)

    4. When I was 17, I was set up with a girl whose first name I've forgotten, actually. We took each other to prom, and as she pulled into my parents' driveway to drop me off afterwards (she drove), she cued up "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love for You" by Glenn Medeiros on her tape deck. We briefly kissed, and I thought her mouth was too soft. I never saw her again.

    5. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman star in a movie called Seven, which I saw in Chicago with friends who kept whispering "creepy creepy, spooky spooky" to each other all night afterwards.

    6. I'm still reading this trashy blog seven years later because it speaks my language. And keep hoping for nostalgic posts that feature old shirtless pics of D'Luv or Moogaboo.

    7. My birthday is August 25. I'm a Virgo, just like Beyonce.

     
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