“I’m not afraid to talk about sex. Sex is not wrong. Sex is real life. I don’t see sex to be a bad thing. Sex is an inspiration for everyone and I don’t think there is one song that’s ever been written that sex wasn’t part of it. So that’s what makes the world go round. I don’t know if threesomes make the world go round, but I suppose, they’re fun.”
Seriously, Lady Gaga is finally good for something, because I have a new catchphrase: “sex is real life.” I’m going to use it everywhere, so get used to it. When I go to my niece’s birthday party in a few weeks, I’m going to clasp a hand on her shoulder, congratulate her on turning 13, and then let her know: “sex is real life.” When I bring my boyfriend to my grandmother’s house for the first time for Sunday dinner next week, I’m going to interrupt grace by throwing out a well-placed “sex is real life,” or perhaps a more fitting “sex is real life, amen.”
So what did you guys pull from Lady Gaga’s bit of wisdom?
June 13, 2011 at 2:30 pm by Emily
Are you simultaneously appalled and amused by Lady Gaga? Is it difficult to reconcile your conflicting feelings? You aren’t alone.
Each week, for their “Kids React!” video series, the Fine Brothers™ tape children’s reactions to viral videos on the Internet. And every week, of course, I watch, because nothing is more adorable than precocity.
In the series’ most recent installment, a ragtag gaggle of lovable scamps watches Lady Gaga’s hilarious Letterman interview, which aired late last month.
Spoiler! When asked to estimate her age, the kids guess Lady Gaga is in her 40s or 50s. (She’s 25.)
June 13, 2011 at 12:30 pm by Jenn
“I’d love to do a duet, always wanted to work with Madonna, but she never asked. [Madonna and GaGa are] the perfect fit. I’m as outrageous as they are. I was gaudy before they were gaudy.”
You know, I never thought about this before, but I think Dolly Parton is onto something here. If you look at Dolly throughout the years, of course she’s always been outrageous and gaudy – that’s her charm. However, I absolutely love Dolly Parton, and I obviously don’t feel the same way about Lady Gaga or Madonna, and I think a lot of you are in that same boat.
Is it Dolly’s country charm that makes her more likable? Maybe it’s because she has a magical theme park a couple of hours down the road from me. Or maybe it’s because she’s done songs like “Jolene” and “Coat of Many Colors” instead of nonsense like “Judas” and whatever Madonna does nowadays.
How do you guys feel? Is Dolly better than Gaga and Madonna (of course), did she pave the way for these ladies (maybe), and should she do a duet with either of them (definitely not at all, not even a little. Stick to Kenny Rogers, Dolly. Don’t be gross)?
May 30, 2011 at 11:30 am by Emily
Well, Christ on the Cross, I may have a nice thing or two to say about Lady Gaga for once. This chick better not go and win me over because between her semi-heartbreaking interview with MTV we showed you recently and these fairly classy and toned down (for her) photos from her RollingStone spread, I might be able to stand her now.
I think I’d finally just come to accept that we’re pretty much always going to get some level of freak in her glossy shots, but this one lacks pretty much any and all retarded shoes and she looks fairly natural.
Oh, and did I forget to tell you how hilarious she was in her interview with Letterman this week?
Damn you, Gaga. Can you not be so darn likable all of a sudden?
May 25, 2011 at 10:30 am by Molls
I know, it’s a tough question, isn’t it? There are just so many choices. It could be literally any Lady Gaga song besides “Just Dance” (sometimes) and “Speechless” (always) and the country version of “Born This Way.” But no, there is one specific Gaga song that the Lady herself cannot stand. Which one could it be?
May 24, 2011 at 3:30 pm by Emily
… Because if you didn’t get raptured, then you have no excuse.
I’m just joshing you, you know I didn’t watch it either. But I did check and see if there was anything on there that you absolutely had to see, and there was. And so that’s what this is.
Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, and Andy Samberg joined forces to teach us all about the rules of the threeway. I think they did a wonderful job, and their dedication to education is really inspiring. How many of you have been caught in an awkward situation while you were trying to get your group sex on? Well, no more, friends. No more.