“Defined Lines” Is The Best “Blurred Lines” Parody, The End
4:49 pm, September 5th | by Colette McIntyre
Since we are nearing the end of the summer, I feel that I am in the position to make certain declarations, like “Blurred Lines” was and always will be the Song of the 2013 Summer; the video below is the best “Blurred Lines” parody that you will ever see; and Dan, you’re a dick for not calling me — I know we only met each other that one time at the CiCi’s Pizza Buffet in North Brunswick, but when you take a girl’s number and the last slice of Hog Fest pizza, which, by the way, she wanted but let you have because that’s the kind of girl she is, there are certain expectations that you have to meet.
The Law Revue Girls, a student group at Auckland University,
” target=”_blank”>created “Defined Lines” in order to respond to the original video’s blatant misogyny. “The message really is just that we think that women should be treated equally, and as part of that, we’re trying to address the culture of objectifying women in music videos,” Olivia Lubbock, a member of Law Revue, told the AAP. Sure, that message is important and I totally support it, but mostly I’m just glad that someone has finally addressed the worldwide epidemic of dudes trying to….unleash themselves on ladies’ faces. IT’S NOT A GOOD LOOK, GENTLEMEN.