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Old 07-24-2005, 02:58 PM   #46
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'tis Ok. And do people look at you and move away when you squeek? I'd be embarassed, but then I see what they're looking at....
LOL, that's only happened once, and not even with a CD-when my family was in Iowa this past weekend, I came across a book I wanted to get and actually let out a little squeak, and my sister looked at me and was like, "Keep it down!" .

But other than that, no, not really had that kind of a problem. I don't even squeak so much as gasp .

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Old 07-24-2005, 06:34 PM   #47
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Deep Blue Something - Breakfast at Tiffany's: I listened to it once and never opened the case again.

Audioslave - Not embarassing, just wish I never bought it. Anyone want it?
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Hey! Don't knock off Destiny's Child!
Survivor is one kick-ass song.
As is Bootylicious.

Hahahahahahaha! Oh christ, my sides...!

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I had to go and buy 'One Step Closer' by the S Club Juniors on cassette for my sister's birthday a while back...! Dear god in heaven, and the B-side was an INSTRUMENTAL VERSION!! Meaning it gave my sister an oppurtunity to sing or play it on the TRUMPET or, even worse...the recorder.

In conclusion, all children shall be hung and we shall all feast.
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ringo starr - vertical man
vertical horizon - everything you want



the moral of the story: don't buy anything with the word vertical in it.
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If we are being honest... in 4th grade I bought the Hangin' Tough album by New Kids On The Block...

You don't even have to say it...
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what a shame ..it's a good album
not for critics though or trash mags
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what a shame ..it's a good album
not for critics though or trash mags

i liked it initially and listened to it a lot for a month or two. then i listened to it about a year ago and thought it was terrible.
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If we are being honest... in 4th grade I bought the Hangin' Tough album by New Kids On The Block...

You don't even have to say it...
OMG...mee too I now know I am not the only one who has done this
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My most embarrassing of late is Beyonce..it was 9.99 in Borders and it's good for walking-that's the only time I listen to it
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worst purchase ever: Kid Rock's The History Of Rock

don't get me wrong, Kid Rock has some great songs... only NONE of them are on this Cd... I can only hear American Badass for the Metallica/Undertaker conection
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can I name two???

Celine Dion-falling into you
Brian Adams-18 till I die

both "albums" were cd of the month at some bookclub here in Holland. I was away during the summer and I forgot to cancell or something.man Brian Adams at his worst

Celine Dion?? what can I say...singing"but when you touch me like this and if....." right now

my o my o my
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A Celine Dion CD...just to hear My Heart Will Go On, a couple of Britney Spears Singles, a Jackson Single and a couple of compilations (Now That's what I call Music 2 is the only one that comes to mind)
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I can excuse the following three on the basis that I was eleven.

- Eiffel 65: Blue (Da Ba Dee) [single]
- Eiffel 65: Europop [or whatever the hell the album was called]
And the very worst one:
- The first Pokemon movie soundtrack [though I think this might've been a gift]

I own a few other really sucky CDs but they were all gifts I didn't ask for. The worst is probably MercyMe. Whoever gave me that clearly knew NOTHING about my tastes!
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'Shaun Cassidy' and also his second album 'Born Late'.

Although, I don't have these albums anymore ...
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