Robin Thicke Just Made Everything Worse

10/13/2013 11:00 AM PDT, by
1013_fish_robin
Pretty much ever since Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" song came out, people have been calling him out on how creepy it is. The video, the song, everything: it's a big ol' pile of creepiness. But guys, we're just so wrong to think that, and you know why? Because Robin wrote the song about his wife! The whole song is about Paula Patton! That makes all the creepiness go away for sure!

"I wrote it about my wife. She's my good girl. And I know she wants it because we've been together for 20 years."

No, Robin, No. If you wrote this about your wife, then why are you just waiting until now to say so? And also, that doesn't even make sense: the whole song is about a woman who is with another man who tried to "domesticate" her, but Robin knows that she's an "animal" and he wants to "liberate" her because she "don't need no papers" and that man is not her "maker." Why would he write that about the woman he's been with for 20 years, since he was 16? And then what are all those blurred lines about? And on top of everything else that's wrong with this idea, let's not forget that Robin saying "she's my good girl" about his 37-year-old wife is one of the worst things he could have possibly said.

This would all be so much easier if he would just come out and say "yep, I'm a giant ball of scuzziness and ick," wouldn't it?

Filed Under:  Robin Thicke , Interview

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willow
324 days ago

I've always thought this guy came off as a creeper of mass proportions.

really?
324 days ago

What an idiot.

JMO
324 days ago

Who cares! Awesome song! Hot video! Robin may be a dirt bag, but he's sexy. Everyone in their group knows they both do drugs and have open marriage! Its no secret. You two girls Emily & Sara are drama queens. Lmao

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lifeisprecious
324 days ago

Robin Thicke ain't sexy cause his dad is Alan Thicke, another decent looking but truly unsexy man. Robin can sing but he's just so douchy looking and he tries way too hard to be a smooth, suave heartthrob. Maybe if he stopped talking and just sang, that might help. But I doubt it. Too tall, too white, too stiff ( yes, sometimes that's a bad thing), just too Robin Thicke to be a sexual, sensual man.

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324 days ago

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Kidd
324 days ago

Who cares who he wrote the song about? Why should he have to explain? Why are so many Americans obsessed with the sex lives of others? Listen if you like it, change the station if you don't. It really is that easy.

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Disco
324 days ago

He is gross. The song is stolen. I prefer the original that wasn't filled with creepy rape culture lyrics.

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Monksolo
324 days ago

BeatleDouche LOL XD

Rhubino
324 days ago

He makes me think of Alan Thicke, of Growing Pains, of Kirk Cameron and Miley Cyrus. That's a creepy mess in itself.

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Bohomoth
324 days ago

Geross. Robin comes off to me as an epic perv.

ninasky
324 days ago

You people are idiots, don't even have an opinion, just jumping on the hate bandwagon. Thanks, to that song I came to know Robin Thick, so mission accomplished. Remind you, he is an artist for the past 10-20 years,and a song writer for multiple artist as well.

Ya'll are so bitter, sucks for you!!

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Let's not forget...
324 days ago

...that his wife just had a movie come out. All of this scandal, all of the drama, all of the gossip...it's all planned out...

pvroc
324 days ago

he actually said this was about his wife a long time ago, before the miley thin, in another interview. get your facts straight.

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Sue
324 days ago

This is poor reporting! In early august, he was on Howard Stern and said it was about his wife.. This 'discovery' is two months late. Get your facts straight!

muffey1
324 days ago

Robin's mother-in-law is an educated Jamaican-American and would not put up with a squandering son-in-law. There is nothing creepy about this song. It has an international flavor and is not your everyday rap that is disparaging to women. Get over it This song is a hit and hard core rap rats are envious.

muffey1
324 days ago

Robin's mother-in-law is an educated Jamaican-American and her father an attorney. They would not allow their daughter to be with a philanderer. There is nothing creepy about this song. It has an international flavor with a reggae beat which is awesome. Those that don't like the song are rap enthusiasts that dance to lyrics that are disparaging to women. The rap rats are just envious. Great song Robin and stay true to yourself. We love you and Paula. Cannot say the same for rap artists who have 3 or 4 baby mamas.

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Dave
324 days ago

It's a song. Get over it. Remember "Mama" by Phil Collins? Now that was creepy.

FishWrapperStud
324 days ago

This is 2 months old girls, get off the phone and pay attention. Your website blows!!!

Rep. Aaron Schock
324 days ago

Wow I wish he was gay.

BP
324 days ago

I think the writer of this article needs to lighten up.

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