#2: Least favourite song, by a


It has literally taken several days for me to commit to a least favourite song. We’ve all had moments listening to the radio when a song comes on and we immediately say, “ugh, i cannot STAND this song/artist” and then turn the station off with a flourish, only to have your sister yell, “HEY!”, and then you have to bring yourself to turn it back on. Or is that just me?

Anyway, after much deliberation over what song would prompt me to commit bodily harm should I hear it again, I’ve come to the conclusion, and that would be one, “Dangerous” by Akon. Let me backtrack and say I’m sure he’s a lovely person …to some people I’m sure. However, this grossly overplayed song is just wrong, and causes people to be extra slutty in a bar-like setting.


About weywardsisters

The Three Weyward Sisters first appeared in Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”. It turns out we have more in common with these “weird” sisters than we thought. In the Shakespeare play the sisters represent darkness, chaos and conflict. We’ll leave it up to you to decide which of us represents each. They also usually show up to mark impending doom. Well, we certainly hope that our presence on this little corner of the Interwebs doesn’t mean impending doom for anyone. However, we find our commonalities with the witches in other ways. To be weyward means to be willful, disobedient and to turn away from what is “right or proper”. Those who know us would whole heartedly agree – we are three weyward sisters. We are three headstrong, stubborn (some more than others), obstinate and willful sisters. Read at your own risk.

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