✗ Miscellaneous

Introduction + Sneaky Hat

Yo yo, here's the first of many posts!
This blog is going to comprise mainly of the many things that tick me off on a day-to-day basis.

1. The Sneaky Hat

So if you guys don't know what a 'Sneaky Hat' is, it's basically a person (dude/chick no matter) and they're completely naked apart from the fact that a hat will be covering their naughty bits. Yup girls get two hats, unless they only take a pic of their top half.

Now here's the thing, I don't know WHAT THE @#$!, went in the minds of those who created this atrocity, but what's more screwed up is all these people on Facebook that decide to mimic this stupidity. And as if this wasn't enough, you got all those explicit picturess lingering around!
Come on bro...Facebook is a place for everyone, and have some morals will ya?

Like seriously, I saw a guy in one of those sneaky hat pics and I noticed the comments:
Comment 3: BAHAHAH so cool bro!

And i'm just staring in amazement going wth mate?!
It didn't even make me chuckle Zzz...

Anyways, thanks for reading guys. 

Laptop DJs

I don't know if this is the case in all the other countries but here in Australia.
Especially in formals 'n' stuff, you got the DJs yeah?
But like honestly, are they even DJ-ing?

Come see it from my perspective, they rock up with their friggin Macbooks, NO MIXERS, NO TURNTABLES, NO NOTHING!
Only the laptop and wires to plug into the speakers. Heck, they don't even bring their own speakers!

I was at the formal once and I noticed the DJ had bad taste in music so when he went to get a drink, 
I snuck on his laptop to check his songs and guess what I found?
One file being played: a @#$!ing 4-HOUR LONG MIXTAPE!
I was like what the hell are you doing you talentless nut...
There was no mixer so he couldn't crossfade* from song to song, and I didn't see no  VirtualDJ** open...
Far out, you may as well have someone stick their iPod into a freakin dock and put it on shuffle!

And this wasn't just one time, I've witnessed this about seven times.
Like literally, it's as if they download the top 40 hits from the ARIAs and hit play, thinking they're the next David Guetta! 
So the next time you're at a formal or a party and there's a 'DJ,' just check his movements every once in awhile.
He may look like he's doing something, tinkering around with his laptop, but I swear he's just watching Family Guy or browsing facebook.
Yup, and they get paid for that. 


*Crossfading is a smooth and subtle transition from one song to another. Without crossfading, one would have to stop the song and play another song, which ruins the ambience.
**A software that allows one to mix songs

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