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Thursday, May 5, 2011

10 Reasons We Wish We Hated Ke$ha (Photos)

Posted By on Thu, May 5, 2011 at 8:51 AM

We don't hate Ke$ha. We actually had a surprisingly good time at her glitter-choked trash-pop orgy last night. But sometimes, we wish we did hate her. So as we struggle with our identity and self-worth after thinking that maybe she's not so bad, here are 10 reasons for us all to resume closed-minded disgust with Ke$ha. And feel free to replace "Ke$ha" with "her fans," or even "humanity."

1. She brings out more dollar signs than a bad rap video.

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We're pretty sure even Rick Ro$$ would find this guy's bling distasteful.

2. We swore we'd never go to another sorority party after our freshman year of college.

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And yet, there we were.

3. Her fans think salmon is an acceptable color for a garment.

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When it most certainly is not.

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