WARNING: This review was written based off a discussion with someone who hasn't listen to this song.
"Ah," she started. Caitie then said "Hello" as if she were trapped in a dark box and didn't know who was addressing her. Apathetically, she said "Well I guess that's just how it goes."
As the phone call continued Caitie grew more uncertain about what I was asking of her. I pushed on. "What did you think of the new Lapalux?" I asked. "What the fuck is going on?" she replied.
I let her go on for a bit, here is what transpired:
- Caitie broke out in Spice Girls,
- A pause, and then she sang Spice Girls once again,
- After another moment of silence she told me that she felt ill.
Just when I thought my attempts at coaxing a review had been fruitless, a real moment of magic transpired, Caitie gave me her thoughts on "Flickerking."
Exciting. It has quite a pepperminty texture. The heterosexual economy that it's based on really creates a sense of repudiation
Her computer reboots loudly mid sentence -- she continues:
I'd recommend it to short people everywhere.