I’m usually a little ashamed whenever I’m out with a lady friend and somebody I know sees us. It’s worse when one of my kids sees us and I have to try to bribe them not to tell my wife.
That is, of course, unless my lady friend is really, really hot and I can see the pride in my kids’ eyes when they meet her. I love that actually. They go home and tell my wife that she’s lucky that I always go home to her when I could be with a real hottie.
this was really lame. viviana sounds like a desperate whore, but those other assholes take the proverbial cake.
i went to the trouble of listening to the song in question, and it was awful. it really winds me up when dull americans think they’re being really funny and inspired when in fact they’re just smug suburban frat boys. if i ever met someone who liked cake, i would set them on fire. if someone ever quoted their godawful lyrics on my facebook, i would break into their house, download child snuff porn onto their computer and call the paedo squad.
look guys, it’s the cake-loving drones of american suburbia with their dull earnestness and badly conceived put-downs.
although mikey mike does have a point. sometimes, as i sit in my thatched cottage in london, europe, i wish i had proper american teeth instead of these gnarly brown stumps.
then i awaken from my slumber and thank allah that i don’t have to live in a country populated by unfunny dickheads like mike. although we don’t have dentists, motor vehicles or computers in this backward banana republic i live in, at least i don’t have to endure twats like cake on the radio.
Charles and Larry FTW. That’s one of my favorite songs.
MsBuzzkillington, she didn’t need their help when Google was literally at her fingertips. Once they repeat “I want a girl with a short skirt and a long jacket” more than once (if not before then), she should have been hip the fact that it’s a song lyric.
I love Cake! And yes, I’m American but I don’t make a habit of associating with fratty, immature boys. I would’ve never thought to put Cake in that same category; they’re quite the opposite.
One of my favorite songs of theirs is “Rock N Roll Lifestyle.” The lyrics are more ironic than anything.
Is this a quality song? No, more like a catchy tongue-in-cheek song.
The music video for this song is composed entirely of vox pop footage of members of the public listening to the song on headphones. They are seen displaying a wide range of reactions to the unconventional style of the song, expressing enthusiasm, criticism or apathy. Some are seen happily dancing to the song, while another man is seen giving the headphones back partway through and refusing to listen to the rest, stating “I’ve heard this all back in the 40s.” Other comments include “As a psychologist, I think this has therapeutic value,” “I don’t like the na-na-na part,” and “I don’t like all that thumping.”