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10 Worst Songs of All Time

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10 Worst Songs of All Time
1. Baby – Justin Bieber
2. Friday – Rebecca Black
3. Stupid hoe – Nicki Minaj
4. Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke
5. Cotton Eye Joe – Rednex
6. Crank That (Soulja Boy) – Soulja Boy
7. Gangnam Style – PSY
8. Axel F – Crazy Frog
9. We are never ever getting back together – Taylor Swift
10. Call Me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepsen

We do not want to make you hate us, but do you remember those annoying songs that get caught in your memory web and stay there for a while? You now… that horrible tune from the tooth paste commercial, the one from the ad for baby shampoo or worse – the song from the pharmacy promo?

Well… somehow those eventually get forgotten once the companies stop wasting money on things that get the TV viewers sick and hate their products…or once they fire those in charge of such abominations and finally get other more normal commercials.

Update

In case you wonder what could be worse than any catchy annoying tune, because nothing can overcome them, please keep in mind that those are still not as bad as that one song that everyone used to sing during breaks in high school, especially when someone brought a guitar, like Oasis’ “Wonderwall” or Adele’s “Someone like you”. Of course, there were also those times when people did not have iPhones set with that annoying basic ringtone, but actual choruses of the most mainstream tunes of the summer.

And we think you can remember when each friend of yours had Bruno Mars’ “Billionaireas ringtone; and once someone was being called on his phone, every single person started singing that horrible song. To add to this, your mother did not have “Billionaire”, but she sure did have Lady Gaga’s “Alejandro” as main tone. And there were the parties and “Pa Pa Pa Po Pa Pa Pa Poker Face” and “My Humps, my humps, my humps”. And then your little sister went through her Disney Channel phase, singing the entire Hannah Montana repertoire, as if your older sister going through her *N Sync and Backstreet Boys stage was not enough for a life time.

You could have not imagined something worse than hearing someone performing “Bye Bye Bye” and “I want it that way” all day long, and you watched the VHS tapes your parents recorded of you dressed up as Britney Spears in her teen years. If only shop owners and whoever is responsible of choosing the music inside elevators would stop playing Taylor Swift’s “Shake it off” every 15 minutes. They probably sit somewhere looking on their CCTV cameras and chuckle saying “Cry me a river!”.

A Whole New Level

puppets, nsyncBut not even those are as horrendous as what we are about to show you. These songs are so bloody repulsive and pathetic that they make you go from listening to them out of pure curiosity, to rolling your eyes each time you heard them in the bus, to switching the channels when they are on TV or turning off the radio, to making you curse whoever wrote these atrocities, to praying to all saints from all the religions to make it stop, to finally making you wish you were deaf.

And when your computer freezes, your radio button does not work, your remote control is nowhere to be found or you are on the bus with no ear buds in your pocket, you need to gather all the forces inside you to keep your calm and ignore them or to take some radical measures and throw your electronics outside the window or to throw yourself outside the window. It makes you wish you had enough money to sue the artists and their companies for all the psychological damaged they did to you.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Anneliese Müller (see all articles)

I am 22 years old, but I have the soul and mind of a 13 year old. Part time nerd, full time dreamer. 100% bookaholic. Future president, current sleepy head painter.

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