Eye to Eye – Harassed Eye!
Here we were, thinking that gone are the days of love that leave one in mouth-hanging awe. But with Eye to Eye, the lettist vyral sunsaytion (latest viral sensation), all such previous notions have been laid to rest. Today’s love may still leave you unable to pull that chin up.
Lame is a word used to gently let someone off. This ‘artistic offer’ deserves a public hanging.
Narcissism was a word previously difficult for me to even fluently pronounce; but today I can proudly say I completely understand everything from the spelling through the philosophy right down to the behavioral requirements. What’s with all the accessories, any idea? Like, no aesthetic sense whatsoever in ‘implying’ the lifestyles of the rich and the famous?
By the way, are those extensions he has on?
Because if yes, I wonder why he stopped short of getting his eyebrows done.
And who is exactly is Tee-Ess trying to woo? His own pictures? Or his younger brother?
At least the dance moves though, are to kill for, no? Ok, no. Sorry.
Maybe the adjectives…..alright, alright I give up.
Youngsters teased their movie maker friends, reliving childhood memories with quips like, “This video was made by you! :D” (comparable to, “That’s your favorite person! :D” as you point in the direction of your best friend’s pet peeve of an individual).
I considered starting a twitter trend #StillABetterSongThanEyeyToEye, only to stop myself in the nick of time #Pointless
The one good thing I can see coming out of this is that I’ve found the “Allah baba” of the next generation.
The losses, however, are far graver – poetry may very well ban the description of eyes from lovers’ offerings to their person(s) of desire.
Or maybe, some just might! (Refer to fears highlighted with previous image).
If guys like this can call themselves ‘artists’ and get away with it, we are all journalists. As to why I bothered writing about it – hey, we all deserve some closure. Which is unlikely any time soon because I see those tweets still coming in, reporting harassed eyes.
Maliha Abidi – She is a Brand Management, Advertising, & Human Resources Professional. She judges poor grammar & poor Urdu ruthlessly. She tweets as @abidisays