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ElectricChapelR

wtf, is this guy high or what 

 

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NotMyFlop

I still sometimes read the lyrics to her songs and realize I've been unknowingly singing something for YEARS. Should've seen my face when I learned she said 'Lysol' in Just Dance. :giveup:

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Dutch

Kunst? That's Dutch. I'm Dutch.

Somebody explain me why Koons should be kunst? :poot:

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gypsy101

the man’s name is Jeff Koons

and the “shallows” isn’t even... a thing. i do wish the title was “The Shallow” though

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CannaeDrive

The thing with social media is that it motivates people to embarrass themselves publicly.

Few men think, yet all will have opinions. Hence men's opinions are superficial and confused. - John Locke
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RudraCNG
27 minutes ago, Dutch said:

Somebody explain me why Koons should be kunst? :poot:

Well, at Coachella when she "performed" Applause, lyrics on the screens projected "kunst" instead of "koons". Probably they copied them from a website that had them misspelled.

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Dutch
2 minutes ago, RudraCNG said:

Well, at Coachella when she "performed" Applause, lyrics on the screens projected "kunst" instead of "koons". Probably they copied them from a website that had them misspelled.

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Lmao, I totally forgot this. :air: 

But then again what does 'kunst' in English mean? It's Dutch for art, so that makes sense. :vegas:

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FentyGa
1 minute ago, Dutch said:

Lmao, I totally forgot this. :air: 

But then again what does 'kunst' in English mean? It's Dutch for art, so that makes sense. :vegas:

It's not a word in english.

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