Wednesday, March 17, 2010


Here is a snippet from pop singer Rihanna's new song:

Come here, rude boy, boy
Can you get it up
Come here, rude boy, boy
Is you big enough


I can't believe this is on the radio. What kind of message is she sending to today's little girls out there? What a horrible example she is setting! After all, it should be "are you big enough," not "is you big enough."

7 comments:

HeatherLynn said...

yes shame on her and her improper use of the English language! :)

Somewhere, there's an english teacher shaking her head saying "I know i taught her better than that!"

~hl~

JerseySjov said...

if she was trying to set a good example the lyrics would be something like
come on nice, pleasant young man
let's go out for a fancy dinner.
come on nice, pleasant young man
you'd pay the bill; you is a winner.

Heff said...

"The PenIS mightier than the sword."

Yeah....

blamemyrobot said...

Hahahaha! Man I was thinking the SAME thing first time I heard it too... Her grammar is WRONG! Is that bad that we're more concerned with the grammar than the message?

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Lyn: Yes. English teacher and manners teacher.

Jov: That's more like it. And you can add in there a lyric about not beating her up so she has to miss the Grammy's

Heff: Well said. Like the double meaning there . . .

Robot: I am, of course, more concerned about the nasty message than the grammar, but I wanted to make a funny. : )

Candy's daily Dandy said...

Kirstie Alley may be BIG but I think she is beautiful.

Fatty's are people too.

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Huh? I'm lost. That must be in reference to something I left on your page. I'll look into it . . .