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    Quote Originally Posted by funkalicious
    Why?? I absolutely love love love Gwen Stefani! Her songs are all rocking to me. The worst songs ever to me would have been any song by Hilary Duff. I absolutely dislike her. She's soo fat.
    Her being "fat" has nothing to do with her musical performance.

    Anyhow,
    anything by Britney Spears, NSync, Backstreet Boys (all those pop boy bands except Take That). Then, like someone mentioned before G Unit crap and Murda (incl. Ashanti), Puff Daddy, Eminem, Ciara, New Mariah Carey a.k.a. Mimi, Mandy More, Hillary Duff, Lindsey Lohan (sp?), Jessica Simpson and Nick with his band, Avril Lavinge, yeah that's the complete list.

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    I can't stand Simple Plan either.
    I hate all those teen/20's "think we're punk" bands particularly when they sing about how tough it is being a teenager.

    I don't mind Gwen Stefani, but I'm sick of the sight of her stomach.
    For God's sake put a top on woman.

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    Put me down as another member of the Anti-Simple Plan bandwagon. The least punk band I can think of.

    I also heard another song (and video) that is worthy of being in this topic earlier today...

    Jessica Simpson's cover of "These Boots Were Made For Walkin'."

    Only one word can be summed up: DREADFUL.

    It's like Jessica has the crap equivalent to the Midas Touch. Any song that she touches will turn to crap.
    If you really did love music, you wouldn't limit yourself to just one genre.

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    I can't seem to like Since You Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson. I usually like her other songs, but this one has been on air wayyyy toooooo long and I'm getting sick of it!

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    That Gwen Stefani song: Holla Back Girl=yuk!!

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    I hate:

    "Psycho" by System of a Down. I'm SO glad the radio station I listen to has changed formats and is not playing that sort of music anymore. SoaD is the worst band ever anyway.

    I HATE HATE HATE "Bridge Over Troubled Water" by Simon and Garfunkel. I do like S&G but I honestly can't stand that song.

    I never was too fond of ... uh, what's that one song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers? The slow one from 1992? I can't remember the name of it. I was never too big on the Peppers anyway.

    Anything by Creed.

    Anything by Nickleback, ESPECIALLY the song that begins "never made it as a wise man." I don't know any other lyrics because I always turn the radio off when I hear that opening.

    Any country artist.

    "Caress Me Down" by Sublime. Again, I like Sublime, I just hate that song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenTheSurvivah!
    Put me down as another member of the Anti-Simple Plan bandwagon. The least punk band I can think of.

    I also heard another song (and video) that is worthy of being in this topic earlier today...

    Jessica Simpson's cover of "These Boots Were Made For Walkin'."

    Only one word can be summed up: DREADFUL.

    It's like Jessica has the crap equivalent to the Midas Touch. Any song that she touches will turn to crap.
    Only ONE person can do "boots" because it's her song.. Nancy Sinatra
    about the Midas Touch
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    Quote Originally Posted by JenTheSurvivah!
    Put me down as another member of the Anti-Simple Plan bandwagon. The least punk band I can think of.
    I also heard another song (and video) that is worthy of being in this topic earlier today...
    Jessica Simpson's cover of "These Boots Were Made For Walkin'."
    Only one word can be summed up: DREADFUL.
    It's like Jessica has the crap equivalent to the Midas Touch. Any song that she touches will turn to crap.
    I usually like Jessica Simpson, but her cover of that song was, as you stated, DREADFUL. The video is retarded as well.

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    I don't like country music but I can tolerate it except for this one song. Don't know who sings it but it goes" so I made her the queen of my double wide trailer with the polyester curtains and the redwood trim" UGH It's a man singing and he drags out the word trim so it sounds like trreemm. It is really bad. They use to play it at my former employer so I couldn't excape from it. Thank goodness I don't work there anymore, I'm sure I would have commited suicide if I did.

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    Sammy Kershaw, Queen of My Double Wide Trailer.

    I admit to liking that song. I know, I'm surprised too.
    If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it necessarily means you're a hard worker.
    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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