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The Dubstep Juggler Can Help Us Love Dubstep

There are few things in this world that make me more upset than dubstep. A few weeks ago I had a legitimate argument with a friend about dubstep that ended in us shouting, “I don’t know what it is!,” “NEITHER DO I!” at each other, and I don’t even remember how the argument started, but we are definitely not friends anymore and either one or both of us are dead because of it. (JK.) (We’re best friends and we’re alive except for our brains.) But for some reason, because sometimes things just get stuck in the Matrix and you just have to deal with them until you can blue pill your way out of there, (classic and more importantly correct reference), in the past few months everything in the entire world has become about 98% dubstep related. Ugh. WHAT EVEN? Let’s not get into this argument again. So I guess, like we all had to do with Ryan Gosling, we just have to accept that dubstep is going to be a major part of our lives and learn to love it. To begin building that bridge, here are a few things I can say that I enjoy about it.

  1. The dancing, of course. The dancing is very good.
  2. The release of anxiety you feel when the bass drops, because you knew it was going to happen so you were just waiting for it the whole time and you were also a little worried that you were going to miss it, which would just make the whole entire thing pointless.
  3. The fantastic juggling.


If dubstep could increase its juggling presence a bit more, I think we’d all feel a little more affection towards it. So is it a deal, dubstep? More juggling? DUBSTEP? Are you even listening? Ugh, you are the worst! (Via reddit.)