Vengeful Videorama

Written by  //  January 23, 2008  //  The Conservatory  //  9 Comments

 [kml_flashembed movie="" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]Shiny Toy Guns- Rainy Monday- Dude is wearing guyliner and a key on his necklace.  The whole band is wearing guyliner and looking all gothic-eighties.  They must’ve been inspired by Madonna.  They all look like total darschs…I mean, c’mon, the chick in the band is rockin’ a modern fucking skate-flop! And then in the video, it snows, it doesn’t rain.  How lame is that?  And who is the random boy looking girl that keeps making appearances?  Maybe she’s the one groupie who follows this band around.  Later the guy cries, and his makeup is running down his face… [kml_flashembed movie="" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]The Dey- Give You the World- The Dey she forgot how to spell, she got a record contract.  Fuck, I hate the music industry these days.  Not only does her name suck, her voice is creaky and whiney, and her dress is from ROSS.  Then they got the local whitino crackhead to put in his part.  All of the video is filmed in the very fake ghetto, and its raining flower petals.  Ummm… weird. 

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Lady Zuzanna is the author of Vengeful Videorama, as well as an African safari guide and music video B-girl from London.

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9 Comments on "Vengeful Videorama"

  1. Lady Zuzanna January 23, 2008 at 12:18 am · Reply

    oh, whoops… those are leaves, not flower petals… and as much as I thought he was a crackhead, he’s a pianist… ok. Forgive me. The DAY I watched this video I was cringing so hard I couldn’t see properly.

  2. Lady Zuzanna January 23, 2008 at 12:19 am · Reply

    still cringing, too…

  3. Col. Hector Bravado January 23, 2008 at 6:25 am · Reply

    Lady Z, you’re totally back in form. Awesome.
    Shiny Toy Guns. Wow. I made it to the :58 mark. What total central-casting crapola. Where did you find these mawkish turds?
    I’ll try to watch The Ghey later…
    Hating is fun.

  4. FlanFlu January 23, 2008 at 11:10 am · Reply

    Dear Col. Bravado,

    Um, I’m pretty sure that last post contained “terms” and or “words” thereby making your “talking squares” unintelligible.

    As in these parts I am unfamiliar with hearing nouns from a Colonel, other than “Cole Slaw” and “Corn”, I’m afraid I cannot comment on your commentary.

    However, rest assured that Momma Cat continues to look forward to my reading aloud your continuing adventures, or as we call them, your “stories”.

    E. Emetique

  5. Team Donnybrook
    godonnybrook January 23, 2008 at 12:15 pm · Reply

    Damn! and i thought just maybe a cool name like Shiny Toy Guns would still mean something these days.

  6. Col. Hector Bravado January 23, 2008 at 1:09 pm · Reply

    Shiny. Toy. Handjob.

  7. Col. Hector Bravado January 24, 2008 at 6:47 am · Reply

    And I must say, “darsch” is a new one on me.

  8. Col. Hector Bravado January 24, 2008 at 6:52 am · Reply

    Okay, I just watched The Dey. The Kingdom of Meh called. They said “Meh.” Markdown Black Eyed Peas? And they need to give the Latino guy something to do. I was embarrassed for him by the end of the viddy.

  9. robbiebowman January 24, 2008 at 7:42 am · Reply

    This is how I picture it.
    Man with a cigar and a weird accent behind a mahogany desk.
    “So, theys called the Shiny Toy Guns? No? Add a The to their name. Kids love that. Also. The song is not that great, don’t matter add some keyboards during the chorus. Everyone loves that. Also, tattoos.”
    Intern kiss ass responds.
    “That’s great sir. What do you think for the video?”
    “Oh, who gives a shit? Make it jump in and out of focus and then use tight and wide shots with flashes in between.”
    “Wow. That’s how we’ve done the last seventy.”
    “And they’ve all been hits! Do it!”
    Cut to them being rich and me sitting at home with a cup of instant coffee. I’d sell out in a goddamn heartbeat.
    How much?

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