You SERIOUSLY do not sing that song out loud do you?? Aren't you super intelligent or something?
Are you the friend who came over from Dizzy's blog and had the same objection before, that a smart person shouldn't be encouraging Dizzy to be goofing around with her friends in an occasionally sexualized way? I ask because I didn't understand the reasoning before and I am hoping you'll explain it to me here. You'll get a respectful listen from me and everyone here.
To answer you: yes. I sing that song all the time, along with Eminem and Nate Dogg’s Shake That, the lyrics of which I dislike more, and also Digital Underground’s Freaks of the Industry, which is way better because the sex sounds more fun and it has multiple choice questions! I sometimes feel bad singing along to words I don’t approve of, but I get over it if the song is catchy. (I have zero tolerance for misogynistic lyrics AND bad beats. Zero.) I particularly like the refrain I quoted, because he starts singing in the middle of his rap and he just sounds so happy. His singers all join in, and it cracks me up to think of them studying their cues and discussing “Come in on ‘looooove pussy’?”. So yes. I sing that song out loud; Ali and I cruise past adorable little bungalows singing that in unison; when I get home from work, I like to make an entrance by slamming the front door open and belting out “Now my dick’s on hard, you know what I’m thinking…”. You know. Like everyone does.
All that said, I was surprised how aversive it was to have those lyrics on the front of my blog today. I couldn’t have been surprised there were there. I typed those lyrics in, checked them for accuracy and hesitated a while before hitting publish. I didn’t post them by accident or anything. But I didn’t like seeing them. I visited my blog less often and clicked through to the comments faster. The song isn’t wholly vile; his lover wants to be there and gets off first. But he doesn’t really linger over his admiration for her personality. In fact, he doesn’t mention her personality. Those lyrics aren’t the worst in the song and they were unpleasant when not sung in a cheery voice. I regretted putting them up.
So yeah. There are good reasons to reject that song, primarily that it demeans the very women he’s fucking. But anyone with decency can see that. It takes no special smartness to figure out that one. So I don’t get what bugs you about ME singing that song. Why is that more surprising to you?