Friday, September 26, 2014

Gonna be 'Snoop'ing Around!

Got my mind on my money and my money on my mind.

Still feel like shit, but at least I'm coherent enough to make captions, like this one I literally just posted to the Haven for Baroness Vanessa. Didn't know much about her, so I looked at her preferences and saw she didn't mind race changes and she liked being undercover. I had an idea for a caption and found this picture as a good "after all the changes" photo. That way I could just work in the actual details into the wording itself, and the expectation that the scientist and his assistant were ready to activate the new black female.

After reading her preferences when I was done, I noticed that she liked being in control after the change, so I went and added the last line. It ended up naming the character for me, and I got to squeeze out another old line or two from dance/rap songs of the past. I like to think that I'm not so much reinforcing stereotypes through rap music as I am in highlighting how out of touch white scientists are from current pop culture aka how lame ass they truly are. I hope people will read this as though I was Kevin Smith, not a racist.

Full disclosure for those who are even less down with rap than I am .. 'Snoop'in Around refers to Snoop Dogg who was known for his "fo' shizzle" styled talk 10-15 years ago. Chronic and Chronic 2001 are albums by Dr. Dre, now mostly known for "Beats by Dre" and had a song called, "Fuck Wit Dre Day". Of course, "Sisters are doing it for themselves" was a song from like the 80's done by Aretha Franklin with the Eurythmics. Also, I don't think I'd want to fuck with any girl named Drea.

If you go back a few blog posts, you'll see that we have "found" Hailey Pixley and for the time being, she'll be inactive in TG captioning. Hopefully soon, she'll be back up and giving us leggy girls again for our viewing and creative pleasure. You can read the full comments in the post with her name in the title.


  1. I did go for the Kevin Smith option, altough with captions like this you are walking a fine line. My knowledge of rap wouldn't even be enough to be mocked by "the Ofspring," but I did get the reverences.
    Rap is not my kind of music, I went to an Irish Folk Festival yesterday. Nice to here songs I heard first by bands like "Thin Lizzy" and "the Pogues" in a more pure setting.

    1. Its interesting when you find people/music that you find in one setting, and how they differ when in another setting. I used to love a band in the 80's called Fastway, who were best known for doing the soundtrack to a horror movie called, "Trick or Treat". Fairly hard rocking, but the singer, Dave King, has been more known for his work in the band, Flogging Molly, and Irish rock band which has been around for almost 20 years now.

    2. I knew Motörhead's Eddie Clarke formed Fastway, but I never realised it was the same Dave King singing in Flogging Molly. One of the people I went to the festival with is a humongus Flogging Molly fan, and saw them on several occasions life. I tried to see them life as well, but something always seems to come up when they play over here.
      On the plus side, if everything goes well, I'm going to see Dilana Smith in a few weeks. You might know her as Dilana Robichaux. I love the voice of that woman. I saw her for the first time in a small bar when she was still singing in the band Wozani. That will be some 20 to 25 years ago now. She did some great covers.