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Friday, March 12, 2004
Dear Pitchfork: look, I'm usually the last one to get bothered by this sort of thing, but could you maybe try and avoid using the phrase ""cram in her mouth" (especially when the crammers in question are only described as "adults") when reviewing an Avril Lavigne song about being pressured into sex? I mean, if you were doing in the context of a discussion about the way adults use unwitting teenagers partially against their will to spout messages not in their interest in the context of pop song, you'd still be wrong, but at least then I could understand it. But, apropos of nothing: "cram in her mouth"? Eh...