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bandito Posted on 11/2 11:44
The scissor sisters

Whats the world coming to when you have freaks like that winning awards. I havent a clue what they won, who they are, or what they sing, but they are disturbing. They may be really good musically, but they aint my cup of tea.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 11:46
re: The scissor sisters

I don`t like his eyes or the fact he is a homosexual.

Mind their music is fantastic and a very refreshing look they have too.

scoea Posted on 11/2 11:46
re: The scissor sisters

Their album is actually pretty good but I can't watch them or listen to them in interviews as it takes something away from the music and I cannot take them seriously.

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DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 11:46
re: The scissor sisters

Righto. I'll inform the authorities. It won't happen again.

sasboro Posted on 11/2 11:46
re: The scissor sisters

sounds like future fatherhood is affecting you already.

mag_aid Posted on 11/2 11:48
re: The scissor sisters

RAZ - what the fcuks it got to do with anything that he's gay?

presume you don't like george michael, elton john etc etc

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 11:49
re: The scissor sisters

Irrational hatred and fear. Surely that's a good thing.

Never done anyone any harm.

bandito Posted on 11/2 11:49
re: The scissor sisters

no guessing what album youve just bought sas.

tony_block19 Posted on 11/2 11:50
re: The scissor sisters

I hate the Scissor Sisters with a passion. Esky got their album for Christmas although ain't really heard him listening to it yet.

Fooking americans!!

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 11:50
re: The scissor sisters

I can't stand george michael because he is a homosexual.

Mind some of his music is fantastic and I also like the impressive way he recreates his look.

The video to Outside was class, not sure what it was all about mind.

Shackerooni Posted on 11/2 11:51
re: The scissor sisters

Great act to see live, but I haven't got their album.

Sounds a bit like Erasure/The Communards on CD, but as a live show, they're marvellous.

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 11:51
re: The scissor sisters

Very good album. Why all the animosity? I don't get it?

MsCurly Posted on 11/2 11:53
re: The scissor sisters

I lurrrrrrrve them!

Their music is like innovative pop. Which to me means it's original, diverse, whacky with some great beats and lyrics but accessible in a charty type way.

I love the eccentricity, I love the misfit feel of them and always find them entertaining both onstage and in interview.

Now hands up all you who know what their band name means?

SidUK Posted on 11/2 11:55
re: The scissor sisters

I quite like all the tracks of theirs i've heard.....all except one!

why oh why did they bastardise Comfortably Numb

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 11:55
re: The scissor sisters

Yep. I do.

I think they bring a new dimension to music. Does everything have to be the same? A lot of homophobic comments on this thread. Insecure with your sexuality gents?

janplanner Posted on 11/2 11:58
re: The scissor sisters

i think they're grand. live and on cd.

and i don't see what their sexuality has to do with enjoying the music. even if it has some influence on their style and attitude.

a good tune, is a good tune, is a good tune in my book.

--- Post edited by janplanner on 11/2 11:58 ---

BillHicksBoro Posted on 11/2 11:58
re: The scissor sisters

Oringinal?

I believe they are nothing but the musical Basturd love child of Elton John and the Bee Gee's.

Saying that I just find them boring, passe etc

--- Post edited by BillHicksBoro on 11/2 11:58 ---

boroboy75 Posted on 11/2 11:59
re: The scissor sisters

Curly have you ever 'done' their name?

bandito Posted on 11/2 11:59
re: The scissor sisters

agh, I was waiting for the "homophobic " card to be raised. I dont even know if they're gay or not, I dont really care. I just think they are freaky in the way they act and the horrendous clothes they wear. They were also not very gracious in accepting what is obviously a prestigious award for them. They seemed more concerned about screaming on stage and shouting out messages to their doubters. Freaks of the highest order

smoggieinmanc Posted on 11/2 12:00
re: The scissor sisters

They are shyte. I have nothing against Homosexuals for being gay, its their attitude that the world against them and they have turn averything into a homophobic issue, like that tart from the scissor sisters did went accepting an award!!

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:03
re: The scissor sisters

Bandy. Read the thread. Do you not think it justified a homophobic comment?

It wasn't addressed to you by the way.

As for your comments - fair enough dismiss something because it doesn't appeal visually to you but you'll be missing out.

Ans I don't think they were ungratious. You could see how much the awards meant to them.

Fischer Posted on 11/2 12:04
re: The scissor sisters

I refuse to listen to music created by artists that aren't homosexual. The hetero mind isn't geared for creativity, it's better suited to thinking about lifting heavy things and going on internet message boaards to complain about internet message boards.

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:05
re: The scissor sisters

You've definitely got a point there Fisher.

What the hell's wrong with a bit of of camp extravagance?

silly_sod Posted on 11/2 12:06
re: The scissor sisters

It would appear that the Scissor Sisters are almost as divisive as Bolton.

Personally I couldn't give a toss about them one way or the other.

The missus likes them though.

sasboro Posted on 11/2 12:06
re: The scissor sisters

i've never listened to em and doubt i will unless by chance.
to me it looks like a new darkness trend and will be over in 12 months

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 12:07
re: The scissor sisters

hetero retro is the best music!!

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:08
re: The scissor sisters

I prefer the Blues Brothers.

WilmslowRed Posted on 11/2 12:08
re: The scissor sisters

I like them a lot. More wit and subversion and intelligence in one song of theirs than in the entire recorded output of Keaneplay et al.

MsCurly Posted on 11/2 12:08
re: The scissor sisters

No I haven't 75, but I'm not dead yet.

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:10
re: The scissor sisters

I am happy in the knowledge that I don't denegrade musical ability on the look of an artist having never listened to them and doubting that I ever will.

Just think of the things we could have missed out on if everyone took that view of things.

Fischer Posted on 11/2 12:12
re: The scissor sisters

It's coming to something when the main complaint about a pop band is that they're too flamboyant, colourful and - gasp - some of the members might actually be homosexual.

Let's introduce new legislation whereby in order to be allowed to form a band, all the members must have been married in church, sport army regulation haircuts and perform their strictly regulated guitar songs wearing Marks and Spencers suits.

Actually, Franz Ferdinand anyone?

piggy_nichol Posted on 11/2 12:13
re: The scissor sisters

I lead quite a sheltered life.

What does the name mean?

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 12:13
re: The scissor sisters

Subversion in music is always a good thing.

Being a freak is all part of being a pop/rock/folk/country/whatever star.

What has Alex Kapranos done to his hair as well? He's not got the bone structure to be a Redcar Casual so I don't know what he's thinking.

--- Post edited by dooderooni on 11/2 12:15 ---

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 12:13
re: The scissor sisters

I didn't think much of them until I caught their set at the V Festival, thousands of people pilled, stoned and pissed out of their heads dancing their tits off. Class.

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:14
re: The scissor sisters

the bird that sung with Robbie Williams had a very good voice. She is what real music is all about, being able to sing. Most of it thesedays is dressed up garbage. Keane are good. Thats how good british music can be. Ordinary lads, who can sing and play instruments. None of this keyboard and dressing in girls clothes carry on just to make a statement.

horsforth_smoggie Posted on 11/2 12:14
re: The scissor sisters

Raz, I'm assuming that your homophobic comments are meant to be tongue in cheek. If not then it's more than slightly disturbing that this board has a homophobic administrator.

WilmslowRed Posted on 11/2 12:14
re: The scissor sisters

I think Pearl Jam is the most unobviously filthy band name ever.

bobstermarley Posted on 11/2 12:16
re: The Scissor Sisters

I think they're ace - good old fashioned, subversive, innovative, high camp, pop frippery.

And no, I can't stand Elton John and am not particularly fussed on George Michael either, though I agree with RAZMOND_HWDR, Outside was a class track.

Surely an explanation of what it was about isn't necessary though?

Fischer Posted on 11/2 12:17
re: The scissor sisters

The campaign to outlaw "ordinary lads" from being allowed anywhere near a guitar, stage or recording studio starts here. I demand my rock stars be drug-addled, sexually deviant freaks guaranteed to be either dead or in a straight jacket long before their 40th birthday.

Seriously, is this the first generation for centuries that's actually more conservative then their parents?

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:18
re: The scissor sisters

Tis very worrying Fish.

piggy_nichol Posted on 11/2 12:19
re: The scissor sisters

I wonder if my parents know what the band name means?

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:21
re: The scissor sisters

You should ask them piggy. Your mam might give you a demo.

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:22
re: The scissor sisters

why do all these freaky types have "attitude". Cant they just act normal and civilised? Its a simple question really and doesnt need a lecture to answer it

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:23
re: The scissor sisters

I'm in Fischer.

Although Im not too fussed on the Scissor Sisters (what does it mean BTW) I find them ALOT less offensive than "Ordinary lads, who can sing and play instruments" such as Keane, Coldplay etc.

I also didnt realise that there was this much homophobia on the board.

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:23
re: The scissor sisters

Why do people with attitude get described as 'freaky types'

Fischer Posted on 11/2 12:23
re: The scissor sisters

"I'm in Fischer."

You're my kind of guy.

London_Boro Posted on 11/2 12:24
re: The scissor sisters

I'm stunned at some of the posts here

janplanner Posted on 11/2 12:24
re: The scissor sisters

i thought it was because they used to be hairdressers and are gay. i am too naive, i think.

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:24
re: The scissor sisters

"why do all these freaky types have "attitude". Cant they just act normal and civilised?"


You mean like Chris Martin who has repeatedley attacked photographers, for taking photos of him and his film star wife ?

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:26
re: The scissor sisters

Jees. For all those that don't know. When 2 ladies are very friendly they may brush against each other. The shape of their legs whilst doing so mimicks two pairs of scissors.

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:26
re: The scissor sisters

people with "attitude" are described as freaky types imo cos there is no need to show off and get all aggressive and parade around the stage like graham norton on speed

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 12:28
re: The scissor sisters

If Hitler had been more comfortable with his freakiness we might have got some cracking euphonium music and not had a war.

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 12:29
re: The scissor sisters

I prefer people who are messed up in the head because they are more creative. As evidenced by Keane being sh_ite and Scissor Sister and British Sea Power being good.

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bobstermarley Posted on 11/2 12:29
re: The scissor sisters

I'm speechless.

What's the difference between a gay man "showing off and parading around the stage" and a straight man, e.g. Steven Tyler, Eminem, etc etc etc?

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:30
re: The scissor sisters

" cos there is no need to show off and get all aggressive and parade around the stage like graham norton on speed"

Its called entertainment, the visual imagery of a pop act has been the same since Elvis first swung his hips and started dressing in leather or denim.

Im just glad youre not the boss of "Radio 1" Bandy, or we would have thousands of bands with nice haircuts, nice clothes and the ability to hold a tune.

I like my rock stars with a bit of attitude, glamour and their own style thank you very much.

Just out of intrest, which musical acts do you rate ?

--- Post edited by The_Lizards_Jumpers on 11/2 12:31 ---

Fischer Posted on 11/2 12:31
re: The scissor sisters

"There's no need to show off" is pretty much the least appropriate thing you can say to a rock star. Showing off is virtually 100% of the job description. You might as well say "there's no need to sit around drawing all day" to someone who scribbles cartoons for a provincial newspaper.

*runs off laughing and flicking Vs behind back*

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:31
re: The scissor sisters

for your info, I think eminem is bollox aswell and so is all this rap pap.

That snoop fella was cack aswell. Whats creative about him apart from his bling?

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:32
re: The scissor sisters

Fish

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:33
re: The scissor sisters

I sense Banditos got his fishing kit out again.

boroboy75 Posted on 11/2 12:33
re: The scissor sisters

I thought he sat next the garden pond with that.

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 12:33
re: The scissor sisters

There's some good rap out there as well if you look past the mainstream shi_te.

WilmslowRed Posted on 11/2 12:34
re: The scissor sisters

I've been loathe to post any more on this thread for exactly that reason. Bugger.

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:34
re: The scissor sisters

Lizard: it varies but currently in the car off the top of my head is weller, the Jam, Keane, Buena Vista social club, Oasis, and U2. Also the rat pack. if i can think of owt else i'll let you know

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:37
re: The scissor sisters

oh the kinks and stranglers aswell. So all in all a nice mix. Maybe Im just not in touch with modern music. You might not be when you get past 30. I reckon you'll be listening to Andy williams with a hanky on you rhead whilst your missus cooks your dinner

speckyget Posted on 11/2 12:38
re: The scissor sisters

Hmmmm...see Bandy's got his 'Now that's what I call music with which there is nothing much wrong' compilation out...

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:41
re: The scissor sisters

Its not really a mix though is it, its all guitar based music, except for the Buena Vista social club album, which Id say was your only exception to the rule.

Other than the above album there is also a distinct lack of anyone other than White male artists (saving Sammy Davis Jr in the Rat Pack).

Hardly an eclectic mix is it ?

sasboro Posted on 11/2 12:42
re: The scissor sisters

rap, is bollox. just blokes in big engined cars with loads of women hanging around with them and acting hard and pretending to hate the police...despite liking the police to protect their crib
and all the finger pointing sh it does my head in

--- Post edited by sasboro on 11/2 12:42 ---

Cheeses_Christ Posted on 11/2 12:44
re: The scissor sisters

Your record collection reads like that of an estate agent, bandito(The Jam +BVSC excluded)


You should broaden your horizons a bit more. Next time you're in town, pop into virgin and get yourself Erasure's greatest hits. You'll love it

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 12:44
re: The scissor sisters

For rollercoaster of entertainment read the 17:45 from Darlington to Allen's West.

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:45
re: The scissor sisters

I imagine The_Goat will jump to the defence of rap pretty soon. However not all of it is like that at all Sas.

Rap and Hip hop is pretty diverse and can not be summed up in a couple of paragraphs.

rozi Posted on 11/2 12:46
re: The scissor sisters

It's on my cd player at work at the moment, I think they are great.

sasboro Posted on 11/2 12:47
re: The scissor sisters

does the goat dress like them and hang around in his big motor. cruising around redcar sea front
as for scissor sisters, sounds like they are now too trendy to be proper trendy, so cool guys ready to move on to another band

--- Post edited by sasboro on 11/2 12:48 ---

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 12:47
re: The scissor sisters

Oh dear, I'm in trouble now.

I'm well over 30, have a very diverse taste in music as anyone who has browsed my collection on SoulSeek will tell you and am not averse to admitting I like a bit of attitude in my music when it's appropriate.

I don't have a problem with sexuality and I've got longer hair than would be deemed socially acceptable by most.

Would it be too 'rockstar' if I went out and did something foolish?

Where's me Leonard Cohen and the Anadin?

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:48
re: The scissor sisters

oh it can lizard. Anyway, you started going on about white artists only. Buena Vista social club?

what were you implying?

Theodore_Lunacy Posted on 11/2 12:48
re: The scissor sisters

I would argue that Rap is actually the most cerebral of music forms. The lyrical content of people like Immortal technique and Sage Francis shames the lame songwriters of other genres.

--- Post edited by Theodore_Lunacy on 11/2 12:51 ---

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:48
re: The scissor sisters

Not sure Sas, I dont even think he can drive.

However hes very protective of rap music.

I like quite a lot of it as well, however Im not a huge fan of the sort you describe. I cant stand MandM for example.

sasboro Posted on 11/2 12:49
re: The scissor sisters

i feel sorry for his parents, nothing worse apart from their kids on heroin than their kid playing rap music at home

Theodore_Lunacy Posted on 11/2 12:50
re: The scissor sisters

The name refers to what we used to refer to as "fanni bashing"

The scissoring helps create a suction which the protagonists enjoy.

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 12:51
re: The scissor sisters

Sasboro, ever heard of Public Enemy?

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:51
re: The scissor sisters

Apart from that you have conservative taste in music, I'm not implying anything.

I said that BVSC and Sammy Davis Jr were the exception to the rule, but the rest of your music was churned out by white men aged 19 to 60, it doesnt mean you are racist or anything, so please dont try to bring issues where there was none intended.

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:52
re: The scissor sisters

here's a question:

In 12 months time people on here will still know about me. Can the same be said for the scissor sisters?

Be honest

sasboro Posted on 11/2 12:53
re: The scissor sisters

yeah i heard of them, what about them?

Is their a rap scene in boro, or do you have to have to hang out in the houses

bobstermarley Posted on 11/2 12:54
re: The scissor sisters

Yeah, I reckon the scissor sisters are in for the long haul. There's a queue of artists waiting to get in to the studio with them, they've not stopped remixing other people's work all year, they're working on their second album right now.

Think they'll be around for a long time.

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 12:55
re: The scissor sisters

What a ludicrous comparisson.

I imagine the CD on their shelves will remind them.

Heres a question, in a years time millions of people will remember the Scissor Sisters can the same be said for you ?

Be honest.

gravy_boat Posted on 11/2 12:56
re: The scissor sisters

SAS, I'm afraid your decription of rap music is rather one dimensional. Look past the bollox you see on the likes of MTV Base, you will find lots of hiphop artists rapping about how their lives are about anything but blinged up cars and birds in bikini's draped off them.

Listen to the lyrics of the Blackalicious song (can't remember the damn title) that starts 'There was a young man called Sisco', and you'll being to understand that not everybody in hiphop has the stereotypical philosophy that is thrust at us by the 'mainstream artists'.

bandito Posted on 11/2 12:57
re: The scissor sisters

plenty of time Lizard, plenty of time.

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 12:57
re: The scissor sisters

I think bob has that spot on. They might not be as hyped in the future but I certainly agree that there is cause to beleive that they'll be around for a while.

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 12:59
re: The scissor sisters

sasboro, there's an example of one rap band who couldn't be further away from your generalisation.

sasboro Posted on 11/2 12:59
re: The scissor sisters

what were they about?

bandito Posted on 11/2 13:01
re: The scissor sisters

dood: I bet you said that about Rik waller and that beached whale bird from scotland!!

Theodore_Lunacy Posted on 11/2 13:02
re: The scissor sisters

They were about fighting the power

The_Lizards_Jumpers Posted on 11/2 13:03
re: The scissor sisters

Compltely different kettle of Fishes Bandito.

I bet you claimed that Will Young wouldnt be around 6 months after he won Pop Idol ?

sasboro Posted on 11/2 13:03
re: The scissor sisters

which power?

moneypenny Posted on 11/2 13:06
re: The scissor sisters

love the scissor sisters, saw them live at the empire, first time I'd heard anything of theirs and thought they were pretty damn good.

another example of not your average rappers is the Pharcyde and Fatlip since he left the Pharcyde, not all about butts and guns

"Live life to the fullest, but nobody likes somebody who is full of themselves"

gravy_boat Posted on 11/2 13:08
re: The scissor sisters

SAS, you may or may not remember a solo rap artist about in the late 90's called Sisco. He had a couple of big hits within the mold your talking about. Hiphop by numbers, standard bling video etc etc.

The track is about how they knew him as a youngster, and it got to a point where he smelled the money, women etc which came with recording and releasing standard mainstream hiphop. So he went solo, got the adulation for a period, but at the same time , basically sold out on what these young artists had always believed what hiphop culture was about. Where is he now? Blackalicious, although perhaps not well known to your avarage Joe, and still regularly releasing material, touring (as they did in the UK last year), and doing very well out of it thankyou very much.

Really, you should give some of these artists a go. I think you'd be surprised.

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 13:08
re: The scissor sisters

"which power?"

FIGHT THE POWERS THAT BE!

bandito Posted on 11/2 13:09
re: The scissor sisters

wrong, he has a good voice and there is a market for him. Middle aged mums and 12-16 yr old lasses.

I predicted gates wouldnt be around cos he got the sympathy vote with that stutt sttu sttu s ss stutter

Archie_Stanton Posted on 11/2 13:14
re: The scissor sisters

I`ve seen Scissor Sisters (twice), Keane and Joss Stone within the past 12 months. In terms of live performance, Scissor Sisters were the best, then Joss Stone, then Keane.
Whilst enjoying all of them i`ve not actually bought any of there albums though.
Don`t suppose this adds anything to the debate, but there you go

Buddy Posted on 11/2 13:15
re: The scissor sisters

Phew. That was bloody close.

bandito Posted on 11/2 13:16
re: The scissor sisters

it adds another post which makes it only one from a hundred after mine.

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 13:17
re: The scissor sisters

More centuries then Brian Lara.

bandito Posted on 11/2 13:17
re: The scissor sisters

BINGO!

I defy anyone else to get a hundred threader about the scissor sisters.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 13:18
re: The scissor sisters

looking at the number of posts to this Scissor Sisters thread it proves one thing, that homosexuals can be successful.

As I always thought.

Buddy Posted on 11/2 13:18
re: The scissor sisters

Very close to the fastest hundred since I started keeping records as well. But no cigar.

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 13:20
re: The scissor sisters

bandy: I din't say that about either of those two artists.

The thing that seperates them from Scissor Sisters is that the Scissor Sisters had the talent to actually break into the music business by the conventional method of gigging and traipsing around various dives while making an impression.

They've paid their dues and have learned what the music industry is about, they haven't been plucked from the street and manufactured.

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 13:24
re: The scissor sisters

I feel used and dirty

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 13:26
re: The scissor sisters

I feel sorry for those who've let their masks slip and are now trying to cover themselves.

Secondary_Modern Posted on 11/2 13:28
re: The scissor sisters

Homosexual musicians?

What next - gay actors? I don't understand what's happening to the world.

DybuksChampion Posted on 11/2 13:28
re: The scissor sisters

Aye. Doesn't excuse some of the comments.

There may be 'no tits on the radio' but there are on here.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 13:30
re: The scissor sisters

I like Elton John because he is not a homosexual, but I do not like his partner because he refused to sign up The Stone Roses

WilmslowRed Posted on 11/2 13:32
re: The scissor sisters

Erm....Raz.....about that last post.......

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 13:32
re: The scissor sisters

Glad to see your mask is still in place RAZ.

Would you care to re-read your last post and edit it so it makes some sense?

'I like Elton John because he is not a homosexual, but I do not like his partner because he refused to sign up The Stone Roses'

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 13:42
re: The scissor sisters

.

--- Post edited by RAZMOND_HWDR on 11/2 13:42 ---

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 13:42
re: The scissor sisters

It was rubbish.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 13:43
re: The scissor sisters

'It was rubbish.'

can you please explain this?

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 13:47
re: The scissor sisters

Before you edited you said it was irony, I said it was rubbish, meaning that as an attempt at irony I thought it was rubbish.

You've seen the Ronseal ads on TV I presume?

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 13:53
re: The scissor sisters

oh you were being ironic, very good.

dooderooni Posted on 11/2 13:54
re: The scissor sisters

Can we agree that there's an arid no-mans land between our dry humours?

dsp007 Posted on 11/2 13:58
re: The scissor sisters

The Scissor sisters are just a new version of the B52`s, nothing
new ,this freaky look has been done many times in the past.

I also thought that Gwen Stefani sounded remarkably like Lena
Lovevichs` `lucky number`.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 14:08
re: The scissor sisters

I my humour is dry, yours is moist

toots Posted on 11/2 14:26
re: The scissor sisters

now thats what I call a good thread. lively

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 14:32
re: The scissor sisters

I thought it was a bit bog standard.

toots Posted on 11/2 14:47
re: The scissor sisters

well it made me lol. cant ask for much more than that

sweet_left_foot Posted on 11/2 14:53
re: The scissor sisters

isn't Pearl Jam jam made from peyote by Pearl Vedder?

bandito Posted on 11/2 16:45
re: The scissor sisters

we'll that certainly livened a few people up. It seems we have some budding young NME or kerrang type freaks about the board.

horsforth_smoggie Posted on 11/2 16:54
re: The scissor sisters

...and a homophobe who needs to give his head a shake. I'm not trying to stir but there's a couple of posts from Raz in this thread that have to be worthy of a warning from admin.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 16:56
re: The scissor sisters

I am not a homophobe. It is the way you took the post.

speckyget Posted on 11/2 16:59
re: The scissor sisters

'I can't stand george michael because he is a homosexual.'

Is the word homophobe causing difficulties?

horsforth_smoggie Posted on 11/2 17:00
re: The scissor sisters

Quote 'I don`t like his eyes or the fact he is a homosexual' 'I can't stand george michael because he is a homosexual.'

Yeah those 2 quotes were fairly ambiguous weren't they?

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:02
re: The scissor sisters

and then I contradicted what I said in the next paragraph.

It is nice to see which paragraph you chose to believe.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:03
re: The scissor sisters

ha ha!

speckyget Posted on 11/2 17:05
re: The scissor sisters

'Contradicted' seems to be a struggle also.

horsforth_smoggie Posted on 11/2 17:05
re: The scissor sisters

'Mind some of his music is fantastic and I also like the impressive way he recreates his look.'

How the f cuk is that contradicting the fact that you state that you hate him because of his sexuality?

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:06
re: The scissor sisters

horsforth_smoggie and speckyget, thanks for helping me prove a point.

speckyget Posted on 11/2 17:07
re: The scissor sisters

What, that homophobia is the preserve of dullards?

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:08
re: The scissor sisters

hate is a strong word, where did I say hate?

bandito Posted on 11/2 17:08
re: The scissor sisters

there's too much of this quoting people malarkey. Every thread often ends in someone saying mythis n that. Its a messageboard. I'm sure nobody is a raging homophobe on here so stop scrutinising everything. leave that to the stooges in admin. Can we get back to the original post about freaky types and rubbish music. What about that marilyn manson, he's a wierd fc uker isnt he?

horsforth_smoggie Posted on 11/2 17:08
re: The scissor sisters

How? By proving that you're a homophobe who has also I seem to recall come out with some borderline racist comments in the past as well as ridiculously over the top reactions to Boro defeats?

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:11
re: The scissor sisters

I don`t like Marilyn Manson because he is a goth.

Mind I do like some of his cover versions, and I did like him in The Wonder Years.

horsforth_smoggie Posted on 11/2 17:12
re: The scissor sisters

Thought you'd be keen to keep the argument going Bandito, at this rate you could be on for a 200 thread! ;-)

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:12
re: The scissor sisters

a homophobe who likes the song Outside by George Michael, boy I must be fooked up.

bandito Posted on 11/2 17:13
re: The scissor sisters

I dont like goths full stop. Very scary. even the young bird on Coronation street is one now. What th ehll si going on. Whats the thing that manson fella does with his eye. Whats that all about and why does he speak like a computer?

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:14
re: The scissor sisters

thats what the wonder years does to you.

I bet arnold is a goth too.

horsforth_smoggie Posted on 11/2 17:15
re: The scissor sisters

So despite the fact that you 'can't stand george michael because he is a homosexual' the fact that you like one of his songs means that you're not homophobic!?! You're really not very bright are you Raz! Anyway that's my last comment on the matter.

RAZMOND_HWDR Posted on 11/2 17:18
re: The scissor sisters

good.

bandito Posted on 11/2 17:19
re: The scissor sisters

do we have any goths on here?

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 17:21
re: The scissor sisters

There's nowt scary about goths. Just the way they want to be. Wouldn't consider looking like that myself but each to their own.

*Runs off to put black lipstick on*

--- Post edited by Cobain_94 on 11/2 17:22 ---

bandito Posted on 11/2 17:23
re: The scissor sisters

who the hell paints their nails black and wears black lipstick. Acceptable for fit vampy type birds but blokes, hang on a minute...

Cobain_94 Posted on 11/2 17:25
re: The scissor sisters



I do think it looks sh_it but I know a few goths so I wouldn't say they're freaks or owt, they just dress to shock more then anything.