When Adele and Drake duke it out on the Hot 100 next week, it’ll be more than just a clash between streaming versus downloading, or yet another example of Drake’s dreams been crushed by a woman.Both “Hello” and “Hotline Bling” find common ground in romantic duress revolving around the telephone, the former about missed connections with an ex via home phone, and the latter about missed connections with a soon-to-be-ex-something via cell phone. F: Coming back on Tuesday M: Tuesday, then you let me f* you on Tuesday F: After you doing f*ing, you are going to leave, I know your kind M: No I won’t F: Yes, cannot believe you M: Then you want to get with me, you already know F: Why so fast? I want to f* then I will get with, every girl is the same. M: I want to f* F: I know, you already said it many times, big bro M: yes, then are you going to let me f* you tonight? F: At the military training base, do you know where that is?
Quick note to Drake: The phone works both ways, buddy, maybe you could have turned this thing around if you called her for once instead of playing the “you’ve changed” card when you’re the one who moved away and all.
F: I can’t M: Then why are you calling me to try to get with me?
ok, Tuesday come back and let me f* you F: No, I can’t M: What?
You're so hot ; a firefighter couldn't put you out .
) Because you just gave me the definition of Gorgeous. Is your name country crock, cause you can spread me anytime.