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Nickelback Lash Out At Twitter Hates And Threaten Australian Tour

Written by Alex Langlands on January 23, 2012

Nickelback must have been extremely bored in recent hours, as they have lashed out at hates on Twitter, encouraging them to chop their ears off and using what can only be described as shit attempts to defend themselves.

In retaliation to tweets from across the globe, Nickleback must have sought out the assistance of a 5-year-old child, as their responses, which I assume they believe are funny, remind me of my time in my primary school yard verbal arguments that were about as entertaining as watching paint dry. What makes it worse is now they are attempting to start a war by threatening to tour our great nation within coming months. Possible boycotts have come to mind since hearing this news, however a repeat of the events in Portugal in 2002 could be a bit of fun (if you’re not sure what happened in 2002 see below).

The tweets can only be a desperate and pathetic attempt to grab some attention to their band, as their music surely does not grab any positive attention. Still being quite unsure of what promoter would be stupid enough to bring the band to Australia, I am hoping that this is some kind of sick joke.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7F3O6WYfHQ

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