HOLLAAAAA! UKIP’s original g-star and all round playa Nigel Farage spits some lyrics in his latest party political broadcast.
To show how in touch he is with “da kidzz” he lays down his party’s inherent idiocy in the only form he knows how: rap. Big in the game, yo.
You may or may not have noticed, depending on whether you’ve got eyes or not, but people are a little peeved at YouTube’s new comment system.
So Dan Bull, ever a poet of the people, puts how we all feel about it in listenable rap form, not that anyone at Google will be listening.
Poet of the interwebz Dan Bull sends an open letter to Mr Hamface Cameron in regards his opt-in scheme for internet filth.
And regardless what you feel about that, Mr Bull is spot on about toffy Dave.
Watch this if you want to be scared half to death by the brain-searing sight of Dan Bull dressed up in tiny shorts and a crop top.
And the song’s pretty fun too, but that’s not what you’ll be taking away from this, you’ll be taking away confused feelings of Dan Bull.
A tricky area for sure. So let’s all have a mass debate *snigger* at the issues surrounding this touchy subject. Should there be more of it on the internet? There doesn’t seem like there’s enough, does there?
As a society we need to address how we all feel about the adult entertainment industry. Basically, should we be able to view it at work? Discuss. Then fap.
wesbo | 10.24.11 | Music
Internet rapper Dan Bull begins his commercial career by making a song for online vintage clothing store Thrifty Beatnik, which could just as easily describe the man himself. No?
And it’s his usual style of wit and charm all uttered with an unmistakable English accent that sounds a little bit like that guy from The Streets.
Nick Clegg, a man who’s a walking contradiction, a man who sounded the death knell for his party. Ho ho. Ah well, not that it really matters, all politicians are full of shit and Nicky here is no exception.
Or maybe this was his plan all along, and he was a sleeper agent planted by the Conservatives to destroy the Lib Dems annihilating their party from British politics forever, turning generation iRiot into anarchists — in which case he’s been a roaring success. Bravo.
Ah. Dan Bull returns with one of his achingly addictive raps about an issue with which we can all relate. How tenacious of him. The first casualty of war is truth. He’s right. You can always tell when politicians are lying. Look carefully at their mouth, if their lips move, then that’s the indication.
Puppetry, not democracy – another good point. And in America’s case, it was a chimp puppet that was doing the nefarious deeds. Bush – surely the worst proponent of the kind of stuff Bull is against. There’s one thing I disagree with, though. Wikileaks is good, but the best site ever? Clearly never been on Facebook, mate.