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The cast of Jersey Shore swore they would always do a vacation together.

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Ponoka Funeral Home.

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Irvin Bennett.

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Darren Criss has known all about the Benjamins since a young age.

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But those once powerful avant-garde gestures have lost their relevance in our diffuse and technology-saturated era, when there is no longer an ossified high-culture establishment to rebel against.

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The thing is, the tune which is a Marvin Gaye rip-off is familiar and the lyrics are sort of hard to understand so they have flown under the radar.

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The song is intentionally crass, amoral, and filthy, but has nothing to do with rape, or the risible non-idea of "rape culture.

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Wild Ft.

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From Kardashian-obsessed super fans coping with celebrity fanaticism to revenge porn victims seeking retribution, this series explores the hopes, struggles and lives of real people in their own words.

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Also nowhere in my post did I mention Cyrus or her antics and I even said I was cringeing at Thicke, so this shows you are as thicke as pigshit.



She a 55 year old female letting a 20 year old dude grind on her and singing that she knows he wants it.



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Even though Jordin Sparks made a name for herself after winning Season 60 s sexy women of ' American Idol ,' becoming the youngest champ in the show's history, she still had it pretty good in the money department before hitting it big.



I was pointing out the double standard between men and women's sexual expression



With their massive computerized lighting and special-effects systems, arena shows make improvisation impossible and stifle the natural rapport with the audience that performers once had in vaudeville houses and jazz clubs.



The song is intentionally crass, amoral, and filthy, but has nothing to do with rape, or the risible non-idea of "rape culture.