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  • Fucked Up is a Canadian hardcore punk band from Toronto, Ontario, formed in 2001. The band consists of Damian Abraham (vocals), Mike Haliechuk (guitar
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  • Glass Boys is the fourth full-length studio album from the Canadian hardcore punk band Fucked Up. It was released on June 3, 2014 by Matador Records.
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  • The Beach Boys are an American rock band formed in Hawthorne, California in 1961. The group's original lineup consisted of brothers Brian, Dennis, and
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  • The Geto Boys is a remix album by the Geto Boys released in 1990. The album contains one track from the group’s debut album Making Trouble (1988), 10 from
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  • Trailer Park Boys is a Canadian mockumentary television series created and directed by Mike Clattenburg and a continuation of Clattenburg's 1999 film of
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  • use of the word fuck in film draws particular criticism; in 2005, the documentary Fuck dealt entirely with this phenomenon. The word fuck is thought to
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  • The EP was promoted with VEVO live performance videos for "Falling for Boys" and "Hurt Again" on July 10, as well as the release of the music videos
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  • Happy Birthday "FUCK OFF" to Robb Wells!". 20 March 2014. Retrieved 3 November 2015. "Stephen Harper and Ricky of Trailer Park Boys are distant cousins"
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  • Dose Your Dreams (category Fucked Up albums)
    (August 15, 2018). "Fucked Up – "Normal People" Video". Stereogum. Retrieved October 7, 2018. Green, Gil (September 10, 2018). "Fucked Up Share New Track
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  • most uses of the word "fuck" in a film, with a total of 935 times. Fed up with being censored in their post–Trailer Park Boys lives, the out of work
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  • fictional characters in the comic book series The Boys, created by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. The Boys are a CIA black ops team, initially created by
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  • 2010 by Merge Records and features remixes by artists such as Junior Boys, Fuck Buttons, and Nite Jewel. Swim was, according to Snaith, "pretty much me
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  • list of characters featured in the Canadian television series Trailer Park Boys. Richard "Ricky" LaFleur (played by Robb Wells), is one of the three primary
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  • "Don't fuck with the formula" is a quote attributed to the Beach Boys' lyricist and co-lead vocalist Mike Love circa 1967. Love stated, "It's the most
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  • in previous Fucked Up songs such as "David Comes to Life" (from Hidden World) and "David's Christmas" (a 2007 single). The reason Fucked Up made the album
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  • vocals Teenage Hate (1998) Grown Up, Fucked Up (1999) Bed Room Disasters (2004) Live [live recordings] (2004) Not Fucked Enough (2005) Get Out of Our Way
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  • Bubbles is a fictional character in the television series Trailer Park Boys. The cult Canadian TV "hero" is portrayed by Mike Smith, Bubbles is one of
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  • fucked-up characters... like drag queens, rent boys, someone who has been abused, a rapist", though noting that he does not consider himself "fucked-up"
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  • Alice; Dawsey, Josh; Tate, Julie; Adam, Karla (June 28, 2018). "How the 'Bad Boys of Brexit' forged ties with Russia and the Trump campaign – and came under
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  • Mrs. Brown's Boys is a sitcom produced by BBC Scotland in partnership with BocPix and RTÉ, written by and starring Brendan O'Carroll. Originally a radio
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