What are the least politically correct songs/ videos?

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  1. Ag

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    I knew this existed, but was never tempted, until it came up on my Spotify today:



    If you start with cultural appropriation (he's white), it's down hill from there.

    He also has a song called:

    S.O.S (The Tiger Took My Family)
     
  2. ameraal

    ameraal true love is making a comeback

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    the one about hit me baby one more time.
     
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  3. Rita

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    Am!!! Where have you been??
     
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  4. ameraal

    ameraal true love is making a comeback

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    am set here. i miss you guys. just getting to the good side of depression and personal growth.
     
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  5. big ron

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    Ha, it wasn't even shot in India.
     
  6. Shirley

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    Oh there's so much FABULOUSLY AWFUL stuff from WAY BACK WHEN



    I'd LIKE TO BE ON AN ISLAND
    With FIVE or SIX of them FINE ONES
    And one that AIN'T GOOD LOOKIN'
    They're the ones that do the best COOKIN'
    Gimme one with lots of money
    Gimme two with lots of honey
    Gimme three that do those FREAKY THINGS
    GIMME FOUR FAT MAMAS THAT LIKE TO SWING
     
  7. Ag

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    There are no end of songs about underage girls especially from the 1950s to 1970s.
     
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    I always laugh (mostly out of embarrassment, please don't cancel me) when this happens:

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    Tra la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la
    Happy birthday, sweet sixteen
    Tra la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la
    Happy birthday, sweet sixteen
    Tonight's the night I've waited for
    Because you're not a baby anymore
    You've turned into the prettiest girl I've ever seen
    Happy birthday, sweet sixteen
     
  10. lolly

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    CURLY LATIN KINKIES
    MIXED WITH YELLOW CHINKIES
     
  11. octophone

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    Oh God yeah - for someone who was ahead of the curve in so many other ways, that really is fucking excruciating.
     
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    With all the charms of a woman
    You've kept the secret of your youth
    You led me to believe
    You're old enough
    To give me Love
    And now it hurts to know the truth
     
  13. lolly

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    This reminds me of when The Sun had that countdown to Charlotte Church's 16th birthday.
     
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  14. octophone

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    Madness didn't do themselves any favours here: not so much the actual song which is actually rather effective but there's a heap of unnecessary "goodness gracious me" voices at the end.



    To make matters worse - this was on the cover of the album...

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    The most recent reissue carefully places a sticker regarding the contents bottom left where the other editions in the campaign had the sticker top right. CAN'T think why...

    (edit - change of youtube link)
     
  15. Ag

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    Which is apparently a complete myth.

    I suspect the story is a mix of the fact that Chris Moyles used to joke about it and that The Sun used to do countdown's to glamour girl's 16th birthdays, the day they first got their tits out.

    When did it change from 16 to 18?
     
  16. lolly

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    Have a drink, have a drive
    Go out and see what you can find
    If her daddy's rich, take her out for a meal
    If her daddy's poor, just do what you feel
     
  17. octophone

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    Quite genuinely one of the most vile things ever.
     
  18. octophone

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    I don't know if it was The Sun but there was definitely a website and The Sun reported on it. More than once.

    IIRC, The Sun got into a bit of trouble when they posted a model's "16th birthday" tits-out shot and it was pointed out to them that this meant the picture was taken when she was 15 and, as you can get the papers in London the day before, was published when she was 15 and was therefore, child porn. They admitted the birthday thing was a fiction and that they had lied to titillate their readers.
     
  19. Ag

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    Here we go...

    Previously, printing images of women aged 16 or 17 on Page 3 was deemed acceptable. In 1983, Sam Fox was the youngest at only 16 when she first featured topless in the paper with the headline 'Sam, 16, Quits A-Levels for Ooh-Levels'.


    However, the passing of the Sexual Offences Act in 2003 resulted in the minimum age for women posing on Page 3 being raised to 18. This now means that all former images featuring women under 18 are now potentially illegal.
     
  20. Rita

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    So happy to hear that things are getting better. Welcome back beautiful, we have missed you.
     
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    Dr Bombay was HUGE in Denmark

    edit: oh... he is Danish
     
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    I was so disappointed to discover that this wasn’t real. Obviously I must be terribly gullible but I googled it and all sorts :(



    :horny:
     
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  24. Ag

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    That it's Julia Davis is even better.
     
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    Why are we surprised at how things used to be way back in the 1980s? Remember this is the era when Bill Wyman fucked Mandy Smith when she was 14 and NOTHING happened.
     
  26. Ellie

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    Think the countdown was Lindsey Dawn McKenzie.

    The Charlotte Church thing was an article about how “well she’s grown” referring to her breasts alongside an unrelated article being suitably outraged over paedophilia.
     
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    I'd love to put my Peter inside your folder.
     
  28. Indie

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    I should note that's from the classic 90s song "boom boom boom" by the outhere brothers. Alright, it's not paedophilia but it felt risque when I was a teen.
     
  29. Ag

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    That's just a saucy romp.
     
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    Aneka - Japanese Boy, plus this

     
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    Billy Idol and his love for a runaway child.

     
  32. Zu-Klara

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    :side-eye: if :disco: OBVIOUSLY



    What on earth was the mid-80s euro obsession with the (ahem) Orient about? Had they only just realised that it existed? Thank goodness for the Pears Cyclopaedia :disco:
     
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  33. Shirley

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    On which subject



    Not particularly unPC but very SILLY
     
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    Songs in English are never censored here, you always get the explicit versions on the radio because who the hell knows what they're saying? I can only think of a well known song that is censored everywhere.

    Los Ronaldos were one of the most popular bands in the late 80s. He couldn't sing for his life, but if that didn't stop Paulina Rubio from having a music career, it wasn't gonna stop them. The song is called "Sí, Sí", and it wasn't just an album track, they released it as one the their first singles, did a video and sang it several times on national tv. The lyrics:

    you're doing wrong letting me in, I don't know what's gonna happen
    I would have to kiss you, undress you
    hit you and then rape you until you say Yes


    I still don't understand how they got away with it. But it was 30 years ago, today would be impossible to release this and sing it on tv.

     
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    That’s a real song? My Dad sings it all the time and I just thought he’d made it up to make racism more accessible for us.
     
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    That Blue Mink song is brutal. You can just imagine Alan Partridge launching into a heated defense.
     
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    I knew I'd got that from somewhere...
     
  39. lolly

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    He sings 'curly black and kinky' rather than 'curly Latin kinkies' though, which I thought it was for years, no doubt as a result of it.

    FUN FACT: I once got off with the songwriter's son.
     
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    I’ve just looked that song up, BOYZONE did a cover of it. I’m firmly of the belief that any song performed by Ronan Keating is already offensive, so this is a real double whammy.
     

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