Men Who Splooge Every Time Radiohead Does Something.

Radiohead is great. Maybe one of the best bands ever–dare one say it, among the ranks of The Beatles (in spite of Lennon being one of the great danglers of our time). They need no introduction, need no defense–they don’t even need Paul Thomas Anderson to direct their videos. And yet, still, the sort of “man” who becomes completely wet every time Radiohead releases a new song is nothing if not, well, a bag of tools.

Like Thom Yorke himself, the Radiohead lover is not without his own very distinct set of neuroses, seeking “artistic” solace and justification in the words of Yorke, who can assure anyone that a malaise and disinclination toward “success” is perfectly natural, and that, yes, women are merely things to write about after discarding them (e.g. “All For the Best,” “True Love Waits,” “Give Up The Ghost,” etc.).

The “man” overly elated at releasing his seed whenever Radiohead releases something is also something of a flutterer in relationships, waiting to play that perfect sentimental song for whoever he happens to be in bed with that night. There’s nothing that connotes a “serious” “man” more than one who listens to Radiohead, after all. And the more content they put out, the more women will do the same to the “man” who feigns substance in being one of their fans.

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