There are no hot juggalettes. Either fat and/or ugly. There are attention whores who pretend to be "down" but who would? Growing up in Indiana I've seen and dealt with the scourge of Juggalos for years. They pretend to be some big family but steal from each other and generally have bad taste in everything. They also tend to smell. The fact that they worship millionaires who claim to be serial killers is pitiable.
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Are juggallettes dirty whores?
>There are attention whores who pretend to be "down"
because who wouldn't want to go to a gathering filled with a bunch of unemployed crackers? I'm sure pretending to be down with the clown is super lucrative.
...from a documentary. The blonde is legit.
>all saved from google in less than two minutes
Do you honestly think I have a juggalo folder?
I deleted that shit as soon as I shitposted It.
Fuck icp and all the other bullshit that comes with it.
whos the girl on the right, the girl on the lefts name is pepper kester
>You seem to be suffering from infantile solipsism
Not at all, in fact I'm not narcissistic at all, but how can anyone be a fan of that shitty band is beyond me.
Occasionally you will run across a juggelette who isn't a total hambeast, and doesn't look like she has been hit by a truck. The illusion of attractiveness is broken pretty quick when she starts talking. They are all gutter trash and unless it's as part of some extremely degrading gangbang there is no way I could cum fucking one of them.
>Definition of Band
a flat, thin strip or loop of material put around something, typically to hold it together or to decorate it.
"wads of banknotes fastened with gummed paper bands"
synonyms: belt, sash, girdle, strap, tape, ring, hoop, loop, circlet, circle, cord, tie, string, thong, ribbon, fillet, strip; literarycincture
"a band around her waist"
a plain ring for the finger, especially a gold wedding ring.
"a narrow band of gold was her only jewelry"
a ring of metal placed around a bird's leg to identify it.
a collar with two hanging strips, worn by certain clerics and academics as part of their formal dress.
a belt connecting wheels or pulleys.
a stripe or elongated area of a different color, texture, or composition than its surroundings.
"a long, narrow band of cloud"
synonyms: stripe, strip, streak, line, bar, swathe; More
a range of frequencies or wavelengths in a spectrum (especially of radio frequencies).
"channels in the UHF band"
a thing that restrains, binds, or unites.
verb: band; 3rd person present: bands; past tense: banded; past participle: banded; gerund or present participle: banding
surround (an object) with something in the form of a strip or ring, typically for reinforcement or decoration.
"doors are banded with iron to make them stronger"
put a band on (a bird) for identification.
mark (something) with a stripe or stripes of a different color.
"the bird's bill is banded across the middle with black"
Go ahead and figure out which one applies to two microphones and a producer.
So on the rag, and now also a comma grammar nazi?
Is you a mythological pure bred faggot my son?
Etymology must not be a thing in your black community. The musical acts in question tour in a small group. Microphones and producers are irrelevant.
>is dre in eminem
Idk, but I'm almost certain Birdman was in Lil Wayne at one point.
>I settle for fucking fat chicks because of my unconscious tendency to pick low hanging fruit due to my rightfully low self esteem
>because of this, and the fact I never grew up, I'll claim that people who like what I don't like are my chronological inferiors
incineration! you are the insult master
I haven't even spoken on ICP, lyrically or musically.
Rock n Roll, blues, rap, etc. are all nigger music. Hate to break it to you.
The only reason people listen to Eminem is because Dre made his beats and propped him up. Eminem has never, solely made his own music, and probably never will.
>Talking about music
>Brings up band-society
In terms of music, this is the definition of band:
a small group of musicians and vocalists who play pop, jazz, or rock music.
"the band's last two albums"
synonyms: (musical) group, pop group, ensemble, orchestra; informalcombo
"the band played on"
a group of musicians who play brass, wind, or percussion instruments.
"a military band"
synonyms: (musical) group, pop group, ensemble, orchestra; informalcombo
"the band played on"
>The only reason people listen to Eminem is because Dre made his beats and propped him up
ok, Elvis didn't write any of his music, neither did Sinatra, nor The Monkees.
it's very common, but for some reason we generally know those people because of their voice, not the stuff going on behind them.
but does the fact that he uses someone elses beats make Eminem a band? that's my fucking question.
Yes. Do you know what etymology is and how it relates to the relevance of my post? Do you realize that the definition I posted is more applicable in the scenario we're discussing because it is actually in keeping with the original meaning of the word and not the watered down meaning you looked up which was provided for people too stupid to research further, Jamal?
>but does the fact that he uses someone elses beats make Eminem a band? that's my fucking question.
No. The fact that he tours with a small group to put on his performances makes him a band. You can have a band of actors, a band of ruffians, a band of niggers who can't capitalize words, etc.
You misunderstand. Eminem requires someone else to be the DJ, he requires another person to perform, his albums requires other people to write. My argument was that this means he is not a one-man artist, the same way ICP isn't a one-man artist. He may be the sole lyricist, but he relies on the talent of others. That's not unlike saying "Paul McCartney" instead of "The Beatles".
My point in the first place was that ICP, Eminem, Wu-Tang Clan, etc. etc. are not bands.
You do realize in 2014 we don't use the etymology of words to define words, right?
The word "gay" originally meant someone who had a lot of sex, then meant happy, now means homosexual.
When referring to a group of musicians, the word "band" is to apply in a specific context.
You seem to have trouble understanding this. I find it funny that you're ignorant of how to apply context to a word, so you resort to claiming I'm the nigger.
I don't have a toast reaction pic, so have a bobblehead.
This bitch is trashy as fuck. I love it.
She needs to do more porn
ICP and the rest have 2 or more rappers in the group though.
but yes, the band in the back SHOULD be taken into consideration, even though it is often not.
here's another question. are Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, Bob Marley, Billy Joel, and Billy Idol, etc bands? yes, they play with bands, but they are a single person. of course we might lump the group that these artists play with into the artists name to form "a band", but those are still single individuals.
not really an argument any more, just looking for opinions or if I'm completely retarded.
also, doesn't Marshal Mathers himself go as Eminem? so I would still say Eminem is the individual, who requires a band to back him up.
If that head was just a bit smaller it would make her look like a child, why the hell don't pedofags just shoop pics of women to make their heads bigger so they look like kids?
>The word "gay" originally meant someone who had a lot of sex, then meant happy, now means homosexual.
It actually still means both. Just because one has a different connotation doesn't mean it negates the other.
>When referring to a group of musicians, the word "band" is to apply in a specific context.
But since the validity of calling the subjects of this discussion "musicians" is in question, it would be more apt to use band in the overarching original sense of the word. Listen, Jamal, I know you want to try and prove to yourself that you're in the right here but it's time to pack it in.
Tom Petty could perform as a solo artist or with "The Heartbreakers"
You could say Eminem as the individual, but then you would solely be listening to him a cappella.
In general, I was starting shit simply to start shit because that's the way /b/ is, in general.
Some do. I was in a bobblehead thread where a guy who does this was discussing specific ratios to accomplish just that. Not all bobblehead aficionados are pedos though. It's just hilarious.
>Since the validity of calling the subjects of this discussion "musicians" is in question
Actually, it's not in question. Just because you claim they're "not real music" doesn't suddenly call them into question. I could claim any musician wasn't really a musician, doesn't make me right, just makes me a retard.
Also, see again, gay had 3 meanings, one meaning is out of circulation, 2 still apply. They apply based on the context of the situation.
If you were to say, for example: "This dumbass arguing me just won't stop sucking dicks, he's totally gay."
You would know I wasn't saying that you're "totally joyous".
If I were to say, instead, "She enjoys Christmas, it makes her feel gay."
You would (normally) know that the person speaking was saying that she enjoys Christmas. If you were juvenile (as I know /b/ is) you would take it to mean she was a faggot.
But, I digress. When you try to explain something to someone stupid, they almost always assume that you're stupid and they're smart. It's a never-ending battle.