I think I fancy (killing) John & Edward.Ã‚Â There’s a line where something goes past a mass joke, and strays into the realm of just plain, old-fashioned irritation.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â The problem with the Ã¢â‚¬Ëœgreatest thing to come out of the Emerald Isle since Louis Walsh’ John & Edward Idon’tcareenoughaboutthemtofindouttheirsurname, is that they crossed that line when they were born.
Even if they are doing it as some kind of high concept practical joke on the entire nation, which I sincerely doubt they are, the joke has worn so thin it’s possible to see clean through it, down the street, over the bridge that isn’t there anymore and on to the nearest port.
I know that people are going to react badly to this, and assume that I haven’t seen the irony of championing the talentless, but the fact is that this whole business is a clear example of the modern British public accepting mediocrity and flash-in-the-pan sensationalism over enjoying people who can ACTUALLY SING AND/OR DANCE.Ã‚Â Or aren’t twats.
It would be slightly more bearable if they weren’t so ridiculously smug and confident all the damn time!Ã‚Â Do they actually think they’re any good?Ã‚Â Because they’re clearly not.Ã‚Â And the more everyone entertains the fact that they are, and the more that pillock Louis Walsh backs something that he MUST know is shit, like fully 100% tripe, the more they believe it, and it’s completely unwarranted!
It’s a sad state of British music, when you’ve got so many bands working so hard all the time, writing proper, original music and being completely overlooked while the majority of the British public are obsessed with something that is so clearly appalling, it makes me sad.
This has been vitriolic, and I apologise for that.Ã‚Â Though I stand by what I’ve said completely.Ã‚Â Please, please good intelligent people of Britain, can we unite and make sure that this abomination to entertainment does not outstay their welcome in our collective consciousness beyond what they already have.Ã‚Â I was so desperate to make my point I wrote the most rambling sentence in British history, sorryÃ‚Â about that.Ã‚Â Rant over, now go and have a cup of tea and think about something more pleasant.
Vote No on John & Edward.Ã‚Â Please.Ã‚Â Please.Ã‚Â Oh Go On.Ã‚Â Oh Please, please go on.
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