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Joy Killing, Overly Literal Ice Cube Says There Was No “Good Day”Posted by Nathan S. on 03/06/12 | Filed under QuickHits, Ice Cube
In one of the more brazenly amazing moves in recent memory, a random blogger dedicated himself to figuring out exactly when Ice Cube had his infamous "Good Day" - January 20, 1992 for those keeping score at home. Unfortunately old man Cube is now here to spoil all the fun:
"It's a fictional song. It's basically my interpretation of what a great day would be. Do you know what I'm saying? So, you know, it's a little of this and a little of that. I don't think you can pinpoint the day."
Oh really? It's a fictional song? Thanks for clarifying that Cube. The entire reason figuring out the exact day was fucking awesome was because it took something that was obviously fictional and made it actual, but now that little slice of joy has been ruined by your inability to take a joke. Thanks.
(Yeah, I'm kinda in a bad mood today.)
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