The Truth about Goats
Having lost a huge amount of online data, MySpace has admitted that they have completely failed to wipe out Bob the Builder’s ‘Can We Fix it?’ and Daniel Powter’s, ‘Bad Day’. Worse still, U2 – the herpes of the music world – are still on 24/7 shuffle, even playing on your sandwich-toaster.
Said one Executive: ‘The server migration was a perfect opportunity to erase decades of embarrassing photographs, musical abominations and Damien Green’s search history. Instead, we still seem to be stuck with ‘It’s Chico Time’, the Crazy Frog and anything Andrew Lloyd Webber has ever hummed’.
Ironically, others have used the wipe as an excuse to clear evidence trails; with Trump declaring his tax returns were on MySpace, Theresa May saying it held her credible plan for Brexit and for the rest of us to claim it housed our New Year’s resolutions.
The once popular platform launched the career of the Arctic Monkeys – for which it has never properly apologised. Sadly it still contains the sound of Westlife singing ‘You Raise me Up’, Alvin & the Chipmunks chirping ‘Get Munk’d’ and James Blunt farting through vuvuzela – which could be any of his songs.