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Adele Has Child; World to Still End in Two Months

Now it's not that I find Adele untalented and it certainly has nothing to do with her size, kids. I'm just so sick of her. Dear God, "Someone Like You." I finally just escaped that menace. 

she actually is attractive....too bad her music was designed for Lamaze classes and elevators and ,Marshall's.

well, congrats to her and Simon Konecki on their beautiful baby boy (so I assume, newborns are kinda ugly) that they welcomed into this world today. I wish them the best; I'd send them a basket of pears, but. You know.

And, for the record, should I die and never hear "Someone Like You" again, my last words will be quoting Kurt Vonnegut:  "Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt." 

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  1. I have never been able to get into her music, so you're not alone. Everyone would tell me about this awesome new song they downloaded and 90% of the time it was one of her songs and I ended up listening to her non-stop (usually while stuck on car rides). She seems fun in interviews though. So, congratulations people I've never met.

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    1. I know! LISTEN 2 THIS IT WILL CHANGE UR LIEF

      ugh shut up you aren't Natalie Portman and this isn't Garden State.

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  2. The very minute I was reading this post, I heard someone's phone ringing, and the ringtone was Rolling In The Fucking Deep; needless to say I'm sick of her too. I mean, she is talented blah blah blah, but she's SO overrated. In her videos she's either sitting or just wandering around (btw, she somehow managed to make Paris boring). It's like, where's the creativity? Amy Winehouse paved the way for you, Goddammit! Act like you're fucking worth it!! (Even though you're not.) Sorry about the rant, I just have a lot of feelings. Perhaps I should dedicate a full article to that.

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