February 2, 2015, - 7:11 pm

Super Bowl Tweets of the Week: Katy Perry Did What?! #LikeAGirl

By Debbie Schlussel

If you’re not following me on Twitter (why not? follow me on Twitter), then you missed these tweets I posted last night during the Super Bowl.

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First of all, I thought it was entirely inappropriate that the NFL let Katy Perry sing, “I Kissed a Girl” during halftime, forcing parents to explain this to young kids who were watching. This is part of the NFL’s efforts to pimp the whole gay/lesbian thing as part of its “diversity” drive, including its non-stop drooling over hack, never-been Michael Sam. I’m a libertarian on that, but don’t shove it in people’s faces (and their kids’ faces). By the way, for those of you still foolish enough to believe that airhead bim Elisabeth Hasselbeck is a conservative, when she was still a co-host on “The View,” she gushed over Katy Perry and that song (which is the one that jump-started Perry’s career). I suppose that song is tame, compared to her other song, “You’re So Gay,” which includes lyrics about “j-cking off.”

So here are some of my tweets posted last night . . .







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I also didn’t care for the stupid, feminist “Like a Girl” commercials (the NFL has final approval on all of these ads). If the NFL is so politically correct and wants us to think that women can throw and run like men, then why aren’t there any female players in the NFL? The answer is simple: they do run and throw “like a girl.” Er . . . #LikeAGirl. I also post below some tweets from others, including my friend and a friend of the site, Dan Whitney a/k/a “Larry the Cable Guy.”

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28 Responses

If Katy Perry looked like Lena Dunham, she wouldn’t have a career. Just goes to show you how much America sucks nowadays, and has for a long time. As Bob Grant used to say, ‘if America wants to know what went wrong, it need only look in the mirror.’

Oh, and for the record, I’ve kissed a few girls, and I liked it. Glad they weren’t wearing Cherry Chapstick. Katy Perry is a boob.

I don’t watch halftime shows. Katy’s parents cringe over the choices she makes, about music, clothing, etc. She’s got a beautiful face, but a bit light in the ass and thighs for me, and I’m not sure those boobs are totally real. I think she may have small implants, or a lifting and shaping job a la Jessica “Is it Chicken or Fish” Simpson. What a phony culture!!!

I spent the halftime period watching part of a cop show, forget which one. But it wasn’t as forgettable as an NFL halftime show.

I didn’t do badly on my prediction either, which was Patriots 24, Seahawks 23.

Keep telling it like it is, Debbie. You’re a great American, the real kind, not the halftime show style.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 2, 2015 at 7:33 pm

Well, if any parents are confused, they should show their children that literary classic Heather has Two Mommies.

Little Al on February 2, 2015 at 7:38 pm

And then follow it up with Daddy Has a New Roommate.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 2, 2015 at 7:48 pm

Was wondering why the media was gushing over the quality of her performance the same way they gush over pope Francis. Wasn’t really interested enough to check out what she was performing but now I get it.

japple on February 2, 2015 at 8:18 pm

You actually watched the Super Bowl Debbie? I did not want to be bothered with that piece of human debris known as Richard Sherman.

The Holy Bible was far more interesting to learn from.

Confederate on February 2, 2015 at 8:18 pm

The classic Danny Boy has always been sung by men and nobody thought anything about it, the same goes for the maore recent Me and Bobby McGee. Songs are songs, people sing ’em.

Axel Berger on February 2, 2015 at 8:27 pm

    Axel ( double or triple ? ) :
    Do you mean London derriere ?

    JayPee on February 2, 2015 at 8:54 pm

    After reading Katy Perry’s lyrics I take it all back. This is no simple lovesong any boy might sing. And once again I’m glad not to own a TV and not to be forced to watch sports programs, a cruel and unusual punishment.

    Axel Berger on February 2, 2015 at 9:00 pm

Katy Perry’s father is one of the Hudson Brothers gospel group, and her parents are traveling ministers. Just like so many other Americans dating back to my generation, she decided to give the finger to everything her parents stand for. Woe is us.

Richard Sherman did pull a VERY classy act at the end of the game, after doing his usual superb job of not being thrown at. He is slated for Tommy John surgery in the off season.

I also noticed that Collinsworth-Michaels didn’t mention his intelligence once during the game. They mentioned a few other things, but not that. The Seahawks will fly again, probably to at least two more Super Bowl victories before this team either gets too old, or is broken up through injuries, trades, salary cap issues, etc.

I still think Pete Carroll is messed up for his 911 Truther stance.

Looks like The Curmudgeon and The Android won’t be satisfied with four rings. Who could blame them? Why not go on to make history, perhaps unbreakable history.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 2, 2015 at 8:39 pm

I wondered what “Like A Girl” meant!

The always annoying Katy Perry is an embarrassing douche-chill to me. I have always wondered why peeps can’t see thru’ what a complete poseur & nutter she truly is. She should sing about kissing losers because that whack bitch can’t pick a man to save her dopey life (Russell Brand…a pervert & total poofda IMHO). Puh-leeze. She is such a joke to me and even though I did not watch, I saw almost a play-by-play of her crap half-time show and per usual, her visuals looked like they were put on by Serena William’s “stylist” or for the benefit of “Romper Room” for retarded sluts. She’s always a skew whiff (a bit off) to me and it irks me to no end. Her outfits are clownish and dopey. Just like her. I know what she is going for but she NEVER nails it.

And although pretty, her way too long neck and forehead ALWAYS distract me when I have to look at her lame self. She’s mentally ill. Anyone who dates the dork John Mayer is. And as a funny aside (perhaps just to me, but…) that dork drives chicks mad (and I am not sure why…) because when the chronically undignified Jennifer Aniston “dated” him she posed nude on “GQ”…and THAT couldn’t even keep that wanker. And just before Perry and that minger Mayer broke up (before they got together again…) she wore a low-cut dress that amply displayed her giant pontoons…and THAT couldn’t keep Mayer. Ladies, get the message…you can place your knockers on Mayer’s ugly face every AM and it will NOT get him to keep your desperate arse…go talk to his shrink about it ‘cuz y’all just ain’t getting it (and I reckon they wouldn’t get it because they are “dating” the geek to begin with…).

One must be a sub-IQ pre-pube to like Katy Perry. Her music sucks and her artistic endevours always fail in my eyes.

Skunky on February 2, 2015 at 9:04 pm

To be honest, I don’t exactly see the problem of Katy Perry singing that song for the Halftime show (BTW, I didn’t see the Halftime show), that song is more about love than human sexuality (and they’re LGBT couples who’re raising kids as well, and nothing’s wrong with the kids), and I’ll leave it at that.

And I to am a libertarian as DS expressed, whoever you love is your business and not anyone else, and I also know that none us are arguing for collectivist-paternalism either, they’re some flaws in the article, but agree to disagree which is a beauty to freedom of expression!

Sean R. on February 2, 2015 at 10:26 pm

Blew off the Superbowl. So did my kids. No loss.

Occam's Tool on February 2, 2015 at 10:33 pm

“Us girls, we are so magical,
Red lips, soft skin, so kissable,
Too good to deny it, ain’ no big deal,
it’s innocent, . . .”

Elsewhere in the song, . . .

“It felt so wrong, it felt so right,
Don’t mean I’m in love tonight, . . .”

Oh, okay, right is wrong, wrong is right, oops, forgot, NOTHING’S wrong anymore. Yeah, no five years olds sitting in front of the TV are going to be asking questions about that, which need to be explained by Heather’s two mommies, or Daddy and his new roommate, yeah, no problem, or dare I say it, MOMMY (a born female) and DADDY (a born male). After all, it’s just the Modern Family we all are, right?

For the record, I don’t believe in going to the West Village with baseball bats or even worse, and hunting for gays to take my ideology out on. As a matter of fact, if I was with some of my gay friends and they got attacked like that, I’d be right there fighting alongside them. But what Debbie pointed out about singing that song in front of five year olds is quite correct. It’s how America got to be the toilet culture it is.

“Do your own thing.”

“If it feels good, do it.”

So America took that advice, and ran with the ball, since this is a Super Bowl thread. And look where we are today. Yeah, no harm done, it’s cool.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 2, 2015 at 10:37 pm

I don’t get the big hype over Perry. Good looking but not that awesomely hot.

She’s stupid, and has had only 2 good songs. She’s dull.

Jeff_W on February 3, 2015 at 12:16 am

I didn’t even watch Super Bowl XLIX.

I love playing informal sandlot football, and in college, I was on my local church’s student intramural flag football team, although I would have preferred it to have been tackle football, because I enjoy hitting people.

But watching people I don’t know, supposedly representing communities where they have no legitimate familial roots, playing an overly organized and too complicated (by rules) football game on television – – – ?

It’s tediously boring and puts me to sleep.

I spent Sunday driving through the spectacular mountains of Utah for a VA hospital appointment in Salt Lake.

In my motel room, flipping through the TV channels, I saw the Super Bowl, but I was confused about what day it was, so I thought it was a mistake.

Anyway, the Puppy Bowl on the Animal Planet channel is always more interesting (and more honest).

So, I turned off the TV, picked up my guitar, and enjoyed singing a few Oldies.

Does anyone remember, “LITTLE STAR”, “THE GREAT IMPOSTER”, and/or, “DREAM LOVER”?

If you search, you can see homemade amateur video recordings of me performing those songs on the YOU TUBE web site.

The tough thing about football is, now that I’m an old geezer, I can’t find anybody to play with!

John Robert Mallernee on February 3, 2015 at 1:11 am

There was also, at that halftime show, Missy Elliott and Lenny Kravitz. Shows like this, irrespective of the quality (or lack thereof) of the material or those being booked, always remind me of a routine Lewis Black did many years ago when the 2001 Super Bowl XXXV halftime roster consisted of Britney Spears, *NSYNC (with the soon-to-be execrable Justin Timberlake) and Aerosmith (with the always execrable Steven Tyler); Black characterized that lineup as “the trifecta from Hell.”

ConcernedPatriot on February 3, 2015 at 2:09 am

The one GOOD thing to come out of Super Bowl XLIX:

http://dailytimewaster.blogspot.com/2015/02/even-cats-think-they-can-pick-off.html

John Robert Mallernee on February 3, 2015 at 2:12 am

OMG your tweets about Hope Solo and Bruce Jenner were hilarious! I may have to finally join twitter now…

Sean M on February 3, 2015 at 8:30 am

Damn, I missed the whole HT show, again. Actually, I DVR’d the game and zapped thru the bloviated show in 27 seconds. Love DVR. It’s a real stress reducer.

JeffT on February 3, 2015 at 8:45 am

Bruce Jenner is a perfect guage of the evolution of American culture. From olympic hero to Kardashian to tranny to sex change.

Hillel on February 3, 2015 at 10:00 am

    what a pity it had to be the bruce jenner- and american icon and symbol of the greatness of america at the time of his incredible olypmic performance- is the guy on his magical ‘journey’ into sexual weirdness.

    kirche on February 3, 2015 at 10:14 am

Great game, terrible half time show. Terrible commercials.

Hillel on February 3, 2015 at 10:00 am

the wife wanted a pink and black everlast punching bag for christmas… complete with the girly pink bag gloves. i hang it up and she attacks (lol) it with the girly slap punches. i recommend a couple of instructional videos to watch on how to punch and do a bag workout… then show her a few of my out-of-shape, 54-yr-old engineer punches, at 1/2 power, and her jaw dropped as the bag jumped all over.

run like a girl is an insult? was i insulting my wife by demonstrating the difference in physical power God made in men and women?

btw – i L-O-V-E that pic of obamboozle throwing a baseball like a girl. what a clear picture that this guy never grew up in the states where all boys who grew up in the 60’s knew how to throw a damn baseball with some authority.

kirche on February 3, 2015 at 10:09 am

I switched to the Kitten Bowl at the end of the first half, on purpose. I refused to watch a self-loathing, low self-esteem, attention mongering degenerate throw her immorality in my face…….and well as get steamed over the reality of 95% of AmeriKKa thinking this low life is someone to be held up as a role model. I wonder how many AmeriKKan teenagers are pregnant, or have had an abortion, or have been pressured into group sex, or have STD’s, as a result of this dirt bag’s “example”.

Tribuckeye on February 3, 2015 at 11:42 am

I guess T-Mobile, with its Sarah Silverman Super Bowl ad, doesn’t want to sell products to men and to the women who like and love the men in their lives. Imagine the firestorm (assuming the commercial actually ran) if some male doctor, while handing the newborn baby to the mom, said “Sorry, it’s a girl.” Reverse sexism and racism, etc., are okay because revenge upon those oppressive white males is acceptable, even if the “victim” is being hypocritical.

Concerned Citizen on February 3, 2015 at 1:26 pm

Katy Perry is a void-of-talent wanna-be. To have Lenny Kravitz perform as her “guest” was a complete slap in the face to him. She’s just another manufactured act, courtesy of the so-called “music industry.” I would sooner have watched a flea circus as the halftime show.

HLC on February 3, 2015 at 2:28 pm

Oh, and one more thing, said the attorney to the secretary at 5:27 p.m.

WHAT!!! . . .

is the big deal about Lenny Kravitz? Because he’s black and Jewish? I have seen and heard ONE thing that he did, his TOTAL mangling and distortion of the great protest song American Woman by The Guess Who. He turned it in to something completely different from what it was, and I never saw or heard anything by him after that. He seems to be this sort of God Of Cool in show business. I don’t get it. He seems like a God Of Jerks to me.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 4, 2015 at 12:30 am

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