WARNING: Since October 5th, 2011, Sophia Grace and her silent friend Rosie have, with the help of Ellen DeGeneres, been crafting a campaign of mind control over the Internet and television viewing public. This is not a test. Please stay calm and try to remain clear-headed. “Mind control in order to accomplish what?” you might be wondering. As of now we have no further information. Our research has shown that the duo’s most recent, original, and perhaps ultimate display of young talent and adult desperation, “Girls Just Gotta Have Fun,” yields such results as: Migraine; blurred vision; pained wonder about whether one’s self had a small hand in this coming to fruition; hatred for Sophia Grace, Rosie, and Ellen Degeneres; sympathy for Sophia Grace and Rosie; wanting to throw your computer in the garbage; feelings of resignation; exhaustion; genuine headache, we weren’t kidding. Such physical responses were incurred after viewing one third of the official music video for Sophia Grace’s “Girls Just Gotta Have Fun.” Please do not attempt to watch any more of the video than the test subject watched just now. For real. It is rough.
If unsuccessful, will Sophia Grace and Rosie end their campaign of attempted personal destruction? Do girls just got to have fun, or what else do they got to have? Will our ears ever stop ringing? Did we do this? Is this our fault?