Wednesday, 12 March 2014

The K-Tizzle Sizzle - Tic Tic Tic Tic...


Sorry Tom Jones - there aren't any sex bombs here, only truth bombs.


... Boom!
by Katie Langley


The overarching theme for me this week has been honesty, and it all started with Quiz Up. For those unfamiliar Quiz Up is a trivia app that pairs you with competitors from around the globe. You can test your knowledge on a range of topics, from science to music, movies to sport. After challenging and beating a player by the name of Vaughan Webb (no, the name has not been altered to protect his identity) in the ‘cats’ category (shut up) I received a message that simply said “I hate u”.


A few days later fellow blogger Jo (no, her name has not been altered to protect her identity) sent a message to the It’s My Kind of Scene contributors accusing us all of being the dreaded ‘b’ word – boring. It got me thinking – have I been playing it safe? Does The K-Tizzle Sizzle need a little more sizzle?


If it’s good for Vaughan Webb and Jo, then it’s good for me too. So here you go, have some truth bombs.


Adele makes me want to die. I think there should be a quota on the number of Adele songs that can be played continuously. Great voice, but it’s just all so fucking depressing! Someone needs to give her a big hug.


I think Powderfinger are overrated. I’m not sure my blog boss Matt will appreciate this nugget of truth, especially considering that the blog has been named after a Powderfinger song. Diversity is the spice of life though, right?


Katy Perry’s voice is like a dying cat. Maybe that’s what she’s going for? I know she has a thing for cats, and even named her own cat Kitty Purry. Whatever. All I know for certain is that I have a physical reaction when I hear “Firework”. Make 'em go ah, ah, AHHHHHHHH!


Pharrell’s song “Happy” does just the opposite.  Is it just me, or is this song trying way too hard? I like the idea of it… But all it does for me is inspire a channel change.


I’m Beyonce’d out. Yeah, I said it. Let me be clear, I’m not commenting on or questioning her talent. What I am saying is that she’s everywhere. Beyonce, it’s not you, it’s me – we need some time apart. Wait, maybe it is you.

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