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Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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02-12-2018 11:46 AM

 



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I'm shocked by the comments to the following music video. A lot of people are shocked by the song because it features a 14-year-old girl talking explicitly about sex. That doesn't shock me because I remember what it was like to be that age. Everyone that I knew was looking at hardcore porn by then. We used to trade it and talk about it at school.

That was over 20 years ago, and American society has degraded a lot since then.

What I don't understand is where the people who are criticizing the vulgarity and subject matter of this artist are coming from. Were they ever a teen? I find unbelievable that they can't relate to this based on their own experience.

I think they've intentionally "forgotten" what it was like to be a teen because they want to pretend that being wild as a teen isn't normal. That way they can preach to their young relatives about how they should behave better. Lying like that doesn't help anyone.



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02-12-2018 02:05 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
Not all adults were teen losers who went on to become miserable adults.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
You are missing a big piece of the picture. "Teens" never had a place in society - until the '50s ... and every decade after that, it went completely down hill.
What's walking around today as a "teen" is the result of all the drugs that have been ingested over the last 6 decades by all the "parents" / ex-teens that have grown up.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:05 PM)
Not all adults were teen losers who went on to become miserable adults.

Vulgar crap will never be accepted at any age by decent people. Teens who don't know any better haven't had enough life experience or a good upbringing.
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02-12-2018 02:37 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
What "song"..?
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02-12-2018 02:53 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
I was wondering the same thing , i grew up with 8 to 16 to 24khz soundcards and well it was buyable pretty fast after eachother and also slim blicked cars with much cold inside and with telephone lines...

Guess that place is cursed sometimes
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02-12-2018 03:25 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:17 PM)
You are missing a big piece of the picture. "Teens" never had a place in society - until the '50s ... and every decade after that, it went completely down hill.
What's walking around today as a "teen" is the result of all the drugs that have been ingested over the last 6 decades by all the "parents" / ex-teens that have grown up.

I think American society peaked in the 1990s. What's your evidence that American society peaked in the 1950s or before?

My evidence is simple:

The 1990s gave people the time with the most overall prosperity and highest quality life in American history. Things started going downhill rapidly after 9/11/2001.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:05 PM)
Not all adults were teen losers who went on to become miserable adults.

How does a person respond to something like this when it has no relationship to reality? Lmao
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 03:25 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:17 PM)
You are missing a big piece of the picture. "Teens" never had a place in society - until the '50s ... and every decade after that, it went completely down hill.
What's walking around today as a "teen" is the result of all the drugs that have been ingested over the last 6 decades by all the "parents" / ex-teens that have grown up.

I think American society peaked in the 1990s. What's your evidence that American society peaked in the 1950s or before?

My evidence is simple:

The 1990s gave people the time with the most overall prosperity and highest quality life in American history. Things started going downhill rapidly after 9/11/2001.
I never said anything about "society peaking" ... what happened was not "peaking" - it was "cognitive plummeting" as in downwards. Teens first came together during the 50s with "music" on shows like American Bandstand. It was innocent. During the 60s "drugs" entered the picture, along with the beginning of caused genetic damage. Signs of said "damage" began to appear in the 80s, got worse in the 90s, onward to today.
You obviously weren't there ... I was. I watched it happen. Decade after decade of mental deterioration.
Here's the lyrics to the above song - sound mentally "stable" to you?

These Heaux
BHAD BHABIE
I ain't nothin' like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo (yup)
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
I ain't nothing like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Look these hoes be fake flossin'
Fake ass jewelry, got a neck rash (eww)
These hoes be fake ballin'
Tax money that sh*t won't last (bye)
These hoes be dick riding, think they gone come up 'cause they let you f*#k (you a hoe)
These hoes be full of drama, they always with the extra
These hoes, they wake up, they beggin'
On the ground, they be fake flexin' (why you lyin')
These hoes, they wake up, they broke (eww)
They mattresses be on the floor (haha)
These hoes, they wake up they nasty
They runnin' they mouth, they so petty (petty)
These hoes, they feed of attention (yup)
Zero time, that's what I give 'em
I ain't nothin' like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo (yup)
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
I ain't nothing like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Look, these hoes be lackin', see me in the back
They talk all this sh*t, but don't say it in person
Won't catch me off guard on no boulevard
Four in my car, and my driver my guard
Water, water drippin', come take a peak
You in trailer hoe, bit*h you can't compete
I'm riding solo don't need no one but me
Run up a check, yeah we runnin' the streets
Red cup? No it ain't Kool-aid
Got me fed up, you hoes too fake (yeah)
One minute he your man, he your ride or die (haha)
Next minute on the 'Gram with a new bae (wow)
These hoes, these hoes, shame on these hoes (fakin bit*h)
I'm in the Maybach, I heard you got repoed
Hair done, diamonds on, need a pea coat (bit*h)
Heard the feds listening, gotta speak low
I ain't nothin' like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo (yup)
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
I ain't nothing like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Look
Mondo Fresh
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02-12-2018 03:58 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
I remember being a teen quite well. At the time I thought most many other kids my age were morons. I also knew to distinguish between graphic conversations between close friends and putting up dumb sh*t online.

LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:05 PM)
Not all adults were teen losers who went on to become miserable adults.

Ironically the younger a child is 'cool', the more of a failure they are later on. So those 'loser teens' tend to be more successful as adults. 'Cool' teen girls are often welfare moms by 25. 'Cool' preteens wind up as alleyway hookers or crackheads.
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02-12-2018 03:59 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 03:54 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 03:25 PM)
I think American society peaked in the 1990s. What's your evidence that American society peaked in the 1950s or before?

My evidence is simple:

The 1990s gave people the time with the most overall prosperity and highest quality life in American history. Things started going downhill rapidly after 9/11/2001.
I never said anything about "society peaking" ... what happened was not "peaking" - it was "cognitive plummeting" as in downwards. Teens first came together during the 50s with "music" on shows like American Bandstand. It was innocent. During the 60s "drugs" entered the picture, along with the beginning of caused genetic damage. Signs of said "damage" began to appear in the 80s, got worse in the 90s, onward to today.
You obviously weren't there ... I was. I watched it happen. Decade after decade of mental deterioration.
Here's the lyrics to the above song - sound mentally "stable" to you?

These Heaux
BHAD BHABIE
I ain't nothin' like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo (yup)
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
I ain't nothing like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Look these hoes be fake flossin'
Fake ass jewelry, got a neck rash (eww)
These hoes be fake ballin'
Tax money that sh*t won't last (bye)
These hoes be dick riding, think they gone come up 'cause they let you f*#k (you a hoe)
These hoes be full of drama, they always with the extra
These hoes, they wake up, they beggin'
On the ground, they be fake flexin' (why you lyin')
These hoes, they wake up, they broke (eww)
They mattresses be on the floor (haha)
These hoes, they wake up they nasty
They runnin' they mouth, they so petty (petty)
These hoes, they feed of attention (yup)
Zero time, that's what I give 'em
I ain't nothin' like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo (yup)
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
I ain't nothing like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Look, these hoes be lackin', see me in the back
They talk all this sh*t, but don't say it in person
Won't catch me off guard on no boulevard
Four in my car, and my driver my guard
Water, water drippin', come take a peak
You in trailer hoe, bit*h you can't compete
I'm riding solo don't need no one but me
Run up a check, yeah we runnin' the streets
Red cup? No it ain't Kool-aid
Got me fed up, you hoes too fake (yeah)
One minute he your man, he your ride or die (haha)
Next minute on the 'Gram with a new bae (wow)
These hoes, these hoes, shame on these hoes (fakin bit*h)
I'm in the Maybach, I heard you got repoed
Hair done, diamonds on, need a pea coat (bit*h)
Heard the feds listening, gotta speak low
I ain't nothin' like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo (yup)
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
I ain't nothing like these hoes (no)
Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)
Money green like a Ceelo
Yeah, my pocket so swollen
(Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Look
Mondo Fresh

Sounds like a bunch of mindless rambling.
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02-12-2018 04:02 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:33 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:05 PM)
Not all adults were teen losers who went on to become miserable adults.

Vulgar crap will never be accepted at any age by decent people. Teens who don't know any better haven't had enough life experience or a good upbringing.

I didn't have a good upbringing. Still, I would have viewed the video in the OP as cheesy crap because I had a functioning brain.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 03:54 PM)
I never said anything about "society peaking" ... what happened was not "peaking" - it was "cognitive plummeting" as in downwards. Teens first came together during the 50s with "music" on shows like American Bandstand. It was innocent. During the 60s "drugs" entered the picture, along with the beginning of caused genetic damage. Signs of said "damage" began to appear in the 80s, got worse in the 90s, onward to today.
You obviously weren't there ... I was. I watched it happen. Decade after decade of mental deterioration.

That's an interesting theory, but it doesn't align with the facts:

A continual increase in intelligence quotient (IQ) scores over the past century seems to indicate that most Americans are smarter than their grandparents were. Is this really true? And if so, why?

The dramatic rise in IQ scores over the past century has been termed the Flynn effect, after psychologist James Flynn who discovered this trend in the 1980s. Flynn states that if a person living a century ago would have taken an IQ test and scored it against today's standards, he or she would have received an average score of 70. Meanwhile, if a person from the current generation were to take a test in accordance with prior generations' norms, he or she would score an IQ of 130.
http://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/487...entury.htm
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02-12-2018 04:09 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
it makes me wanna scratch at my ears until they bleed

you can feel yourself getting dumber as you interpret the ebonics, can't you?
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02-12-2018 04:13 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 03:58 PM)
I remember being a teen quite well. At the time I thought most many other kids my age were morons. I also knew to distinguish between graphic conversations between close friends and putting up dumb sh*t online.

This music video isn't just "putting up dumb sh*t online." It's very well-made art. I guess there are no rap fans here, but "These Heaux" is kind of a more vulgar version of the following video. I like this genre, so I have a different view of it than most here.



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