A Woman in Oregon Wants to Take Action Against McDonald's . . . For Playing Color Me Badd
There's a woman from Beaverton, Oregon who's only been identified as Suzie, and she's OUTRAGED at a local McDonald's. Because when she was there last week with her kids, the song "I Wanna Sex You Up" by COLOR ME BADD came on.
They were in the play area, and when Suzie's daughter heard it, she asked her what "sex you up" means. Suzie complained to the manager, but he told her he couldn't change the music . . . someone higher up makes the calls on what to play.
So Suzie turned to every American's best hope for justice: The local news investigative team. She called the local ABC station in Portland and asked them to do something.
They tracked down the owner of the McDonald's, and he said he's looking into how the song made it onto their playlist.
But Suzie says there were OTHER songs playing she wasn't thrilled about either, including "No Diggity" by BLACKSTREET and "The Boy Is Mine" by BRANDY and MONICA. (ABC 2 - Portland)
A Guy Is Written Up at Work For Loudly Singing a Parody of Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It"
There's a photo circulating around online right now that shows a guy's disciplinary write-up at work . . . for one of the funniest reasons possible.It's not clear what the guy does, but it's something in manufacturing. And he was written up on Friday for being disruptive . . . by singing a parody of MONTELL JORDAN'S "This Is How We Do It". The guy was at the GLUING station and the report says other coworkers complained he was singing, "This is how we glue it." The suggestion for how to improve is, quote, "Be quieter." (Jezebel)