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Friday, August 26, 2011

Eight Non-Musical Reasons to Enjoy a Kreayshawn Show (Photos)

Posted By on Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 11:00 AM

So Kreayshawn brought her swaggin' White Girl Mob back to her hometown last night, and the results were, well, so-so. That doesn't mean the Slim's show wasn't fun, though -- plenty of people there seemed to be having the time of their lives (which may not say much about their lives, but whatever). The music wasn't great, but maybe that doesn't matter? Here are eight non-musical reasons why people enjoy going to a Kreayshawn show.

1. Best excuse ever to dress trashy.

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Arguably even better than a Kesha concert.

2. Free glow-stick glasses.

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And free shit -- courtesy of Sony, Kreayshawn's label -- goes a long way, right? Especially when you can get them in whatever color you want.

3. They don't give a fuck.

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They really, really, really, really don't.

4. It's just background noise to a night of blurry-visioned drinking, anyway.

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And "swag" is a really easy lyric to remember in a haze.

5. It's the only place you can wear yellow short overalls and still be cool.

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At least until they put a trailer park in San Francisco.

6. Your Mickey Mouse ears fit right in!

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Perhaps the most infamous legacy of the "Gucci Gucci" video.

7. It's all one big meta-joke to them.

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Not sure whether these girls are laughing with everyone, or at everyone, or at themselves for laughing at everyone.

8. Duh: It's fun.

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Which, yeah, kinda.

For more photos from last night, see our slideshow.


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