"She also says, at one point, 'Periods. We all get periods.'"
Are we still mad at Lily Allen for that video? I mean, surely someone else to be mad at has come along by this point, right? The Lily Allen thing was, when, last year? Quit living in the past. Anyway, back here in the present, there's this. I could see liking it? But I may have to listen a few more times to be sure. You will have other opinions, perhaps.
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