Bangin On The Bathroom Floor

Bangin On The Bathroom Floor

The euphemism “making love” never resonated so mischievously in our young minds as it did when we heard the censored version of this new-millennium hit. What we didn’t know was that “We were both caught making love on the bathroom floor” was really “We were both butt-naked, bangin’ on the bathroom floor.” Were we really more likely to figure out what making love meant as opposed to bangin’? If you’re making love to someone you are always bangin’ them, right? But if you’re bangin’ someone are you always making love? Now I’m more confused than I was 14 years ago. What I did learn was not to give a house key to a not-so-serious significant other and that no matter how funky Rikrok’s reggae vocals are, he doesn’t give the soundest advice.
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Bangin On The Bathroom Floor

Honey came in and she caught me red handed, creeping with the girl next door. Picture this we were both butt naked bangin on the bathroom floor. How could I forget that i had given her an extra key? All this time she was standing there, she never took her eyes off me.
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Bangin On The Bathroom Floor

Picture this, we were both butt naked Cleaning up the bathroom floor. or Picture this, we were both butt naked Dreaming on the bathroom floor.
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Bangin On The Bathroom Floor

The subtlety of this sex-driven song hides behind its tender chorus: “Fate fell short this time, your smile fades in the summer. Place your hand in mine, I’ll leave when I wanna.” What the song really represents is a rowdy sexual encounter, one that takes place in the bedroom, bathroom, in front of a mirror, and is apparently “way too slow” at first. Though there are a slew of options Blink so generously has provided us over the years, “Feeling This” seems to be the most inconspicuous. But if you were wondering, “Family Reunion” should unanimously come in at No. 1 for most profanity in a song … ever.
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Bangin On The Bathroom Floor

The lyrics of “It Wasn’t Me” inspired Slate writer Josh Levin to coin the term the “Shaggy defense” to describe R. Kelly’s defence at his child pornography trial stemming from the production of a sex tape: “I predict that in the decades to come, law schools will teach this as the ‘Shaggy defense’. You allege that I was caught on camera, butt naked, banging on the log cabin floor? It wasn’t me.”

Bangin On The Bathroom Floor

Bangin On The Bathroom Floor