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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Top 10 Reasons You Should Be Very Afraid of Kesha Fans (Photos)

Posted By on Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 4:08 PM

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GIL RIEGO, JR.
  • Gil Riego, Jr.

3. Otherwise well-bred and socialized persons will display apathy, even disgust, for the conventions of polite society once becoming Kesha fans.

Often, this apathy will be demonstrated by the wearing of visually offensive, nonsensical, and/or garish clothing and body accessories.

GIL RIEGO, JR.
  • Gil Riego, Jr.

2. If converted at a young enough age, the Kesha fan can outlive an untainted human by up to 150 years.

Kesha fans should thus be considered dangerous to future generations as well as present ones.

GIL RIEGO, JR.
  • Gil Riego, Jr.

1. Kesha fans display an obsessive, even maniacal inclination to converting others into their lascivious, outlandish, immoral cult.

They really are coming for you. So to preserve humanity as we know it, we beseech you and your loved ones to avoid Kesha fans at all cost.

View more photos of the outrageous Kesha-loving mobs and of Kesha herself.

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