Debate Rounds (4)
Round 1; acceptance, no song
Round 2: funny
Round 3: sad (will make u cry, based on song AND music video)
Round 4: no theme, song of ur choice.
May the better videos win.
they two kids in the background on the floor that is Jackson and me working on my mascot project(didn't get mascot, but the red head in the video she told me i need to go for cheerleader) tell me in the comments if i should go for cheerleader
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Vote Placed by Blade-of-Truth 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Okay, since this is a song battle - I will award 2 points per round to whoever I feel/believe presented a better song in regards to the category and topic of each round. Round 2 - Pro. Although the Humpty Dance IS a classic, and highly entertaining - this round is about funny and I found myself laughing much more to the two-part video that Con presented. Unfortunately, this is a SONG video debate so points obviously go to Pro. Round 3 - Con. I love Avicii, but whoa, A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera - Say Something really is a sad song!!! I was literally depressed for like 10 seconds after hearing it. The sadness was contagious. Round 4 - Pro. Again, funny video Con, but not a SONG. Clearly the points go to Pro for this once more. Overall, this was a fun debate to vote on! Both of you shared some highly entertaining videos. My advice to Con would be to pay attention to the rules of the debate. If you had shared actual songs in R2, & 4, you might be winning. Cheers!
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