Referencing a on-line video I saw where a man dressed in 80’s style clothes plays his saxophone in public that went viral.
Set to Goldfrapp’s “Oh la la”.
The Girl is Alison. She goes to a grocery store in Germany to film her music video for her song. As the music starts she is standing over the oranges. She dances like Alison does in the music video. She lies in the frozen meat container. She has pushed off much of the bread on the shelf and lays there in the nude with her hands and body strategically placed. She performs on the moving checkout counter. She keeps getting kicked out. She keeps coming back. The video ends with her getting dragged out of the store and arrested.
This is one of the dance music videos which was coherent enough for me to relate to you. I suspect the content to have been edited just for use in my case instead of automatically edited to match the song and different torture moods like much of the music videos could be the different times they were shown to me. It’s a complete and total ripoff of a viral video. It’s a fun and whimsical recreation. It’s slightly sexual but balances that with faux modesty.
Often the torture group emphasizes how they think I should be imagining that I’m someone else. They stress how I wouldn’t want to be me. They say they’re doing these fantasy stories where I’m portrayed as another person because I hate my life as a torture victim and am disconnected from my body and lost in my own head. They think I’m attached enough to listen to this and immediatey focus on the fantasies but detached that I pine for any kind of release, can’t feel the sensory input that is real and not from the torture group and have no ability to emotionally feel. They aren’t presenting themselves as two different opinions just because it’s also a torture game they play. They are two different torture operators working my case and responsible for my torture content who have entered clashing ideas into my torture content.