Britney Spears: If You Seek Looping

Mar 26th, 2009 // 2 Comments

In case you were wondering how radio stations in America are dealing with the naughtily incoherent conundrum posed by Britney Spears‘ new single “If You Seek Amy,” you need look no further than New York pop-radio powerhouse Z100, which has changed the song’s title to “If You See Amy” and employed a bit of very obvious looping in order to achieve the effect… of having the song’s chorus only spell out “F-U-C-M-E.” It’s not as witty as the clock in the “Womanizer” video being set to 4:20, but really, what can be?

While I was looking for a YouTubable version of the censored clip, I came across Chris “Leave Britney Alone” Crocker’s wigged-out take on the whole situation, a clip that has apparently received some 527,688 hits since it first went up on the site some two months ago. Of course, the viewers of that clip are people who leave comments like “act like a normal guy !!” and “Omg i just CANT STAND YOU. Urgh”—and those are just from the first page!—but that’s life in the inferno of postmodernity, isn’t it.

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  1. sicksteanein

    Wouldn’t that spell F-U-C-A Me?

    If so, now it’s extra offensive to Italians.

  2. ds

    @sicksteanein: Eh! What’s a-matta-you? I stick out-a my head!

    (disclaimer: I am Italian and have an entire extended family that talks like that.)

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