Ah, Valentine’s Day. A day people use to complain about how lonely they are. But fear not, for #VIOLENTINESDAY IS HERE!
What is #ViolentinesDay??
“Violentine’s Day” is actually a “song” from infamous band Blood on the Dance Floor (shorthand: BotDF), known for:
- having several allegations of statutory rape filed against lead Dahvie Vanity (though none of them came through but the frequency of these allegations is both disgusting and suspicous enough),
- being related to the Jessie Slaughter fiasco.
- mainly making awful, awful music.
If you don’t have an idea of Blood on the Dance Floor, imagine every “scene”, “emo”, and “music” cliche you could think of, wrap it together then multiple by 10. Yep.
They are still a pretty niche band, but have somehow grown larger over the past two years, leading to a pretty big following. They easily chart a million views on YouTube, and have about 125,000 followers on Twitter. Their Twitter is generally a good place to rage and laugh, and is almost a portal to the days of 2005 Myspace. BotDF (being the close to thirty year old men who still wish they were “Scene kidz” in 7th grade, but yet still somehow have an even more tenacious grasp on reality) started a hashtag for Twitter titled #VIOLENTINESDAY starting with:
Their fans, who are all underaged scene girls, then began tweeting various methods of “torture” they could think of, most pretty run of the mill. However, the tag is good to get some laughs from how absurd some of these girls are. Let’s look at some now so we may remember the true spirit of #ViolentinesDay: