Narc Magnet


You are a magnet. You attract our kind. You have done so at least once and you will continue to do so. Again and again. There is no hope for anything else. As an empath, super empath or co-dependent you radiate with the traits which draw us to you. Hitherto you had no awareness that this was the case. You would enter a room and be oblivious to the heads that turned your way as our kind detected your presence. You would have noticed that you were receiving the attention of people, but back then you had no knowledge of who was engaging with you or why that was the case. You have several sets of traits which appeal to us. These are the empathic traits, the class traits and the special traits. It is your empathic traits which stand out most of all.

These are evident in the way that you behave, the words you say, the gestures you use and the expressions that form on your face. The way your interact with people, the way you look about a room, the way you walk, the way you sit, the place you decide to sit and so many other things indicate to us your empathic nature. In the same way that everything we do is marked with the taint of our narcissism, everything that you do is stamped with the essence of your empathic traits.

When you walk into the hunting ground of our kind, you are identified promptly as exhibiting potential. It as if you give off a fuel signature, like some kind of scent which our kind smells and recognises as soon as you come near. You once did not see the Lesser as he leant against the bar and noticed you as soon as you entered the premises, his eyes fixed on you as he observed your entrance. The Mid-Ranger would look up from where was sat and find himself drawn to you, that unmistakable essence which you give off, being picked up and identified. Both Lesser and Mid-Range would not know why they wanted to engage with you save that they felt a compulsion to do so.

This need arises in the same way that a lion knows that it is hungry and therefore it must find some prey. The Lesser and the Mid-Ranger’s antennae twitch as you the empath walk through the bar. They are alerted to your presence and then they will watch and pick up on the other indicators which tell them what you are.

The Greater sees you and knows what you are. His lascivious grin indicative of the thoughts which are running through his mind as he begins to assess your suitability. You are signalling to him who you are, that you are empathic, that fuel is passing him by and an opportunity has presented itself.

Once upon a time you were oblivious. You walked through this den of narcissistic intent, unaware of the parasitic creatures that waited to climb down from their waiting perches so that they could engage with you, coil about you and draw you into their web with their silver-tongues and charm. You just thought they were being pleasant, polite and taking an interest. You had no idea how much danger you were in as you allowed your empathic traits to shine like a beacon. Each and every day you radiated these traits, issuing a sub-conscious “come and get me” to our kind. How good it felt to receive this attention. How pleasant it was to be courted in this manner.

As our kind picked up on your empathic scent and were drawn to you, they sought additional confirmations, assessing your class traits and hopefully special traits too, through a combination of instinct and design, dependent on which school of narcissist you had engaged with.

You do this as as easily as you inhale and exhale. Your traits are imprinted on you and they are indelible. They are part of your core and you cannot remove them. You cannot flick a switch and turn off these empathic traits. They are you. Imagine you will if some kind of glasses were created which allowed a physical representation of your empathic traits as hues of red light. If one donned those glasses and looked into this hunting ground as above, a bar perhaps, then one would see several things.

First there would be the normals who would have a slight red glow about them, indicating some empathic traits but limited in number and extent. There would be the dark and empty spaces which are where our kind lurk, the empathic traits completely devoid. Next one would see the dancing trails of scarlet and rose that signify the empath. The roaring flames of riotous red which blaze and indicate the presence of the super empath and then the supernova of bright red which is the signature of the co-dependent. As your gaze swept the room, one would see these differing hues and varying intensity, all indicative of the ever present empathic traits.

It is impossible for you to become incognito. You are unable to remove your empathic traits. You cannot switch them off and pass undetected. Accordingly, you will always stand out to our kind. You will always be identifiable, you will be seen and therefore if our kind is in the vicinity, whether physically proximate or through the accessibility of technology, we will be drawn to you. Like sharks which scent blood, like the hungry dog which smells meat, we pick you out and converge on you in anticipation of the fuel that will flow from you.

You will aways be a magnet for our kind. You have been created with empathic traits and you will always keep them. You will remain that beacon which we see and flock to. You will always attract us.

Of course you may learn to dampen down the manifestation of your empathic traits by altering some of your behaviours. Certain actions, words and gestures might be reduced, lessened and altered to reduce the extent of the empathic traits which you exhibit, but your traits always shine through and you cannot maintain this cloaking for long. It is contrary to who you are how you conduct yourself. Your empathic traits are so extensive that even when you have suffered the beasting at our hands and mouths, that when you have been drained, numbed and exhausted, the empathic traits will remain.

The empath will not shine with them as brightly and following the full horror of the devaluation and discard,t he empath will not function with such an obvious display of empathic traits because the brutality of the treatment will cause some diminution in function and display.

The super empath will continue to display these empathic traits because this person has the capacity to endure so much and then still have sufficient function to escape what has happened, once there is the eventual realisation as to what has happened. Once the super empath has had enough, they will seek their escape and their empathic traits continue to shine brightly.

The co-dependent, no matter how brow-beaten, how ground into the dirt he or she is, will continue to exhibit those empathic traits because the co-dependent would rather give you his or her last breath rather than take it for themselves. They continue to give, even when there seems there is nothing more that can be taken and thus their empathic traits remain on display.

This is why it is so often the case that you are almost passed from one of our kind to another. You are discarded but your empathic traits remain evident and thus another of our kind flocks to you, ready to gorge on the fuel which is generated by your empathic traits. Even if you escape, you continue to signal your suitability to us. You are unable to do anything other than stand out in this way.

It is only when you have gained the insight and understanding into knowing who it is that you keep attracting and why, that you finally learn what to watch out for. You cannot change what you are, indeed, why should you? What you can alter is your ability to identify us when we make that bee-line for you. As you radiate empathic traits, we also exhibit the narcissistic traits which once understood and once recognised in the behaviour of the everyday, mean you finally see and take notice of the red flags, flashing lights and blaring klaxons which herald this danger.

You will always be destined to be a magnet for us. That will never change. We will flock to you, be attracted to you and seek you out, our instincts seeking that scent of the empath which tells us that our needs will be met and fuel will be provided.

You will draw our interest and attention because the empathic traits flow from you. You will, once you gain the knowledge and understanding, know who it is who has joined you at the bar and flashed you that winning smile and then you can the seize the power.

71 thoughts on “Narc Magnet

  1. lisa says:

    Lori, I completely understand what you mean about having a feeling that a hoover is on the way. I’ve felt like that many times and I was never wrong , although at the time I would think i was the paranoid crazy one , but then it would happen, in the past I had gone no contact , ignored a certain amount of hoovers , but another one always came eventually . I’ve actually got that feeling at the moment, although he’s blocked on everything and i don’t live near him anymore , so i know it’s not possible anymore but i still have a weird feeling at the moment !!

    1. Lori says:

      Well he hasn’t directly hoovered. My birthday just passed. He had the opportunity but didn’t the only things that I noticed were his Instagram public now an unknown call (which could have been anyone) and 2 friend requests from what look like fake profiles one before my birthday and one after

      We’re you hoovered like this ?

      1. lisa says:

        Well as HG’s work explains hoovers come in many shapes and sizes !! I was always hoovered on my birthday because we were always split up on my birthday , so i’d get a happy birthday message despite not being in contact for weeks prior, It was usually messages, emails and turning up at the house, he would also get his sister to contact me saying how sorry he was bla bla. However there were much more subtle things like changing his pictures on social media that were direct messages to me , like a picture of a movie we both liked or other things like that. Your birthday is a missed opportunity so maybe he’s occupied elsewhere but they are so twisted in the way that they think, he probably thinks you expect to be contacted on your birthday , therefore he won’t.

      2. lisa says:

        Lori , your at that place where your waiting for a hoover because you really want one, we’ve all been there many times. It eventually shifts and you just feel utter disgust for them, just keep reading HG, you’ll get there , it just takes time. I’m there now and everything’s blocked and i’ve moved away, now if i think of a hoover coming my way , i feel slightly anxious. It’s just all the different stages of this bullshit to come out the other side . My concern now is hoping i don’t get involved with another one .

      3. Lori says:

        He’d rather die than contact me on my birthday. In his mind, that is a sign of weakness and in his mind he cannot tolerate any sign of appearing weak. I knew he wouldn’t but when I saw the picture I knew it was for me. It was posted a couple of weeks ago on a day where I would have likely entered the 6 th sphere. The minute I saw the photo i knew it was for me. The Hoover thing gives me anxiety to a certain extent and I do intellectually know that is best he stay away but the Codependent side of me seeks validation from it

        1. lisa says:

          Lori, it’s my experience narcs have no pride or cringe factor when it suits them, they’ll do all the humble talk/gestures you would never imagine to try and get what they want or regain control of a primary source if it suits them, it’s all fake of course.

  2. lisa says:

    What’s with the James Corden thing ? I must have missed it ? Is he a N , HG ? Or you just don’t like him ?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      He is a narcissist and a talentless twat.

      1. lisa says:

        Oh interesting i didn’t know he was one

      2. lisa says:

        Do you think Barbra Streisand is one HG?

  3. 2SF says:

    I had to look up ‘convivial’ 🙂

    (Do you realize how anxious I get reading your comment and not knowing whether it is an insult or a friendly response? But you’re the sweetest. Now I can sleep like a baby tonight, I suppose you sleep well too after being well fuelled by your cheerleading squad today :))
    Take care xx

    1. HG Tudor says:

      In fairness I know English is not your first language. I do not insult in this forum.

      1. 2SF says:

        I know Mr. Tudor, you are politeness personified 😊🤗

        1. HG Tudor says:


      2. MB says:

        2SF, I had to look it up too and English IS my first language. I’m so envious of HGs large vocabulary.

  4. kel says:

    Lovely writing. Even though I feel numb and I see him as childish and weak, there’s still something disturbing about being even shortly around him. I can see his thoughts and moods moving and morphing like Bradbury’s tattoos moving on the Illustrated Man. Even when he’s smiling and being pleasant, I can see the activity below the surface, the brooding, reacting, rerouting, like water babbling under the ice. Where once I felt his energy as dynamic and inspiring, now I feel numb in front of him, and later I feel bothered and poisoned by his troubled soul.

  5. Empress1 says:

    Thank you! HG- I am amazing, wonderful and no need to lessen my light, just to make sure I now understand the darkness in some others! I am the Sun, the Full Moon and the new moon– I now am understanding! I can shine brightly, lovingly and full of kindness— knowing darkness is is in the wings — waiting to pull my sparkle away…… stay away from the darkness—— even if it ‘appears’ to be another sun!

  6. WiserNow says:

    This article is very realistic. It’s impossible to go completely no contact with narcissists because they are everywhere. To avoid them altogether, you would have to live alone in a remote cave somewhere on a mountain in the Himalayas and hunt down your own food, make your own clothes etc.

    So, the only way to deal with them in society is to understand yourself, look for the signs and recognise them when they appear, and be committed to resisting their toxic ways.

  7. Lisa says:

    This is interesting , but i just wanted to ask you HG, do you think N’s also are drawn to what they might think is a challenge ? Even if empathic qualities are not obvious or showing ?

    1. HG Tudor says:


  8. KJ says:

    What if I’m not empath but I’m still a magnet for them? Not only in love relationships..Can there be other traits besides being an empath that draw them to me?

  9. Anm says:

    Question For HG: I have 3 sisters and we are different types of Empaths. We have all had our fair share of Narcissist romantic relationships. I believe I am a Magnetic Empath for all of the reasons you listed with what an ME is. For some reason, the narcissist are drawn to my challenge fuel. My family will even note this. If one of my sisters are dating/married to a Narcissist, he will either try to argue with me, or have a serious chip on his shoulder towards me for no reason. With my exes, I feel I have done all I can to maintain no contact/grey rock, but I can never get them to stop hoovering, my only bet is to just deal with it. The energy I give off is very warm, kind, and reserved, but narcissist cant resist to try to fight me. Have you ever met anyone else in my shoes?

    1. HG Tudor says:


      1. Anm says:

        What make a narcissist target someone for mostly challenge fuel?

        1. HG Tudor says:

          It is fuel as a whole, not challenge fuel specifically.

      2. lisa says:

        HG, when you say Yes to Anm’s comment what do you mean ? You’ve seen this before and how do you sum that up or what would you label that as ? thank you

  10. MommyPino says:

    This was one of the first articles that I have read in this blog before as I was randomly reading old posts. This is fascinating for me. I remember my dad telling me that even though my half sister was having a difficult time accepting me, she told him that there was something about me that makes me special. He said that when the airplane arrived and they are going to see me in person for the first time, they saw me at the monitor and he said that my sister thought that I stood out in the crowd. I thought that was weird but now I now it was just her empath radar seeing the flashing empath lights that I have. She didn’t know that she was a narc, and I know that she truly believed that she was a good person. Also I often wondered why she always went to me when she needed help despite her saying that I am a bad reminder of our dad’s infidelity to her mom. I told her that she also needed to ask our brother for help since he’s wealthier than me and my husband. Now I know it’s because our brother is emotionally unavailable. He always tell us it’s because he’s an engineer. But he actually told me that he got so tired of the politics, manipulation and bickering in their family that he decided to focus on his books and be unemotional as much as he can. He actually told her that he’s not a shoulder to cry on and she always mentioned it to me like it really hurt her.

    Then with the somatic handyman that I encountered, when we met for the first time, I smiled at him when I opened the door to greet him and he instantly looked smitten. It was one of the reasons that I mistakenly thought of him as my soul mate. I thought that he had love at first sight with the way that he reacted when he first saw me. Now I feel really embarrassed at my foolishness. The narc was just reacting to the fuel from my smile to him. I used to feel jealous of couples that said they had it. I asked my husband if he had love at first sight with me and he said no but he instantly thought that I was adorable and cute and then he fell in love with me as he got to know me. It was not the romantic answer that I wanted to hear. But now I know at least my husband truly loves me. And I am more grateful for that now. I really appreciate my husband more.

  11. Lori says:

    This is so so true. Me lesser and I both belonged to an online group. I never saw a picture of him until after he friended me yet I felt instantly drawn to this man though we had Interacted very little. I was drawn to this man though I knew nothing not even what he looked like. I remember visiting his fb page several times thinking. “Why am I doing this?” I swear it seems like there is something energetic between a Narc and a Codepebdent an energy we aren’t entirely conscious of yet it exists.

    1. MommyPino says:

      Lori, I think you’re right about the energy. I experienced that with the Somatic handyman who tried to seduce me while working at our house. I’m married to a good man that I love and have young kids so I did my best to fight my feelings for him and also to hide my feelings from him when he was still working here. But it was the strangest thing. I later on told my husband about it so that he wouldn’t hire him again and also after he promised thhat he wouldn’t tell anyone since I don’t want to hurt his livelihood. The sad thing was my husband didn’t even believe me at first. He said that he was such a nice kid. Then he started to believe me and said that I need to get used to men hitting on me because I’m cute and married to an old fart but I was trying to tell him this is different. I get hit on a lot, even at WalMart or at children’s birthday parties that I go to but none of them are worth remembering or worth mentioning to anyone. The attraction I had with this narc was actually more intense than what I had with my husband when we started dating. And I was really attracted to my husband when we were just starting. But this narc handyman was totally different. Whenever I talked with him it felt like I was at home. When the handyman waited in the room that he was working at until midnight while my husband was already asleep, I knew why he was waiting there, I knew he was waiting for me. But the crazy part is I really wanted to be there with him and it’s like there was this strong energy pulling me to him that I was fighting so hard. I have never done drugs but I’m imagining it’s like needing something so badly like drugs maybe. It seriously was so hard. It was like I was being summoned by the devil. I know that energy you are saying. You are so right but a lot of people might think I’m crazy but I believe it’s true. I’m just thankful that I’m already married and have kids which was a good reason for me to stay away from the narc. The sad part is, if I was single, I know that I probably would still be willing to take the plunge despite knowing what he is. I had no idea I have such a self destructive tendency. I feel that my husband saved me from that just by falling in love with me.

      1. Lori says:

        Are you Codepebdent ? I think you see this more often between a Narc and a Codepebdent because both basically have fhe sand wound. There is an energetic pull between a Narc and a Codepebdent. I’m not saying it doesn’t happen with non Codepebdents, I’m just saying it’s way more prevalent and I think intense between the Narcidsist and the Codependent

      2. mommypino says:

        Hi Lori, I think I might not be a codependent. I have read to my husband a list of traits of a codependent from an article outside of this blog and my husband said that that’s not me. I agree with him but I have a lot of the traits but not all of them. I’m thinking I’m either a super empath or a standard empath with a really bad temper.

      3. mommypino says:

        I have thought about it more and I actually do have a wound as well. I was raised by a matrinarc. I was her only child and until I was 26 my world revolved around her. It was just me and her against the world pretty much. Although my empath dad sent me love letters every month throughout my life until I migrated in the US to live with him.
        And also the Somatic handyman reminded me of my half sister. He’s probably a mid-ranger too because I got a few silent treatments when he was working here.
        I felt a strog energy pullig me to him. Also for example, I didn’t know that he was working in the bathroom, I thought he was doing the garage, but I would look up to the bathroom at the top of the stairs and there he was already looking at me. Things like that happened a lot while he was here and it has never happened to me before.

      4. Caroline R says:

        Hi mommypino
        “An empath with a really bad temper”
        Ha ha ha ha!
        I’m even worse when I’m hungry.

        I love reading your comments. It’s good to have you here. Your experiences with your N-sister resonate so much with me. I feel your heartache.

        With regards to your handyman/energy comments, it really is a strange but real phenomenon. It hits the deep ‘love=pain’ part of my psyche. It’s dangerous and twisted.

      5. mommypino says:

        Maybe the energy that I felt was intense in comparison to my prior experiences but it’s probably not as intense as the pull between a codependent and a narc.

        Something just clicked between me and the narc during the interactions. If I wasn’t attracted to him I would not have put up with his behavior while working at our house. When I complemented his work I saw a split second spark of childlike happiness in his face. Which now I know was not happiness because they can’t feel happy. It has affected me because maybe I saw the childhood that I missed out on in his eyes. It made me really care about him.

        But the energy was one sided. It was more like an invisible fish hook pulling me to him. He was reeling me into him but he is staying put where he was. Before he left, after I thought that I made him feel good after the major angry silent treatment, he told me while not looking at me that we can say hi. He said it like he was giving me permission. I thought to myself, “Who do you think you are?” I was intensely attracted to him but I also recognize that he wasn’t a good person for trying to seduce me while working for my husband and that he had an arrogant attitude and that he didn’t care about me. But I recognized all of that in a non-judgmental way, like that’s just who he is. And I still care about him as my fellow human. I wish him well.

      6. mommypino says:

        Thank you Caroline!

        It is really dangerous and twisted for sure. And also sad.

      7. Lori says:

        They say more often than not children of Narcissists end up either a Narc or a Codeoebsent. People often don’t realize they are Codepebdent until they really start to think about what happened in there younger years. I initia lot completely rejected the concept of codependency until I was formerly diagnosed. I did not come from Narcissist nor did I have substance abuse but I am in fact Codepebdent. Only a professional can give you a diagnosis but as you explore it you may start to see things that fit.codeorndency is about control the same as Narcs only they go the opposite direction on the empathy scale and Narcs go the other but it is always about control and I see now how the Narc abd I we’re always seeking reactions from each other in an effort to exert control. Each of us behaving ing a certain manner to get the desired behavior from each other. I am not predominantly the door mat type though I can display those traits depending on the situation. I tend to quickly anticipate the needs of others and then I provide what’s needed and I do derive a sense of worth from it and I also derive a sense of power from it.

      8. mommypino says:

        Thank you Lori. I will study more about codependency. I have only read a few articles and they are not very extensive. I need to get a book. I have never been to a Psychologist before except for the councellor that my college assigned to me when my grades were starting to slip because of the chaos that my matrinarc did. But it wasn’t much.

    2. Clarece says:

      Hi Lori,
      These are completely energy driven relationships. Those bleeding childhood wounds on both sides seem to sync up. Someone, in the way they communicate or their demeanor can feel oddly familiar without having seen them and it draws you in to find out more.
      These relationships differ from those that develop slowly over time thru friendship and trust and can be based more in long term companionship.

      1. Lori says:

        This won’t surprise anyone I’m sure but there was a significant day that just passed. This entire month I have felt energy from him. I’m blocked on Facebook but not Instagram which neither of us ever used. Something told me to look. I could feel it. I did and there he with his page public and looking all fit which is interesting in and of itself because I have been into working out the last couple of years and made significant progress. It was a selfie and he made reference to how long he had been away from it which btw was the exact amount of time he was involved with me. Then I get a strange fb request which I do get those often, but this one was a man in his city hmmmm. I have given no reaction. I have not contacted, but HG said these are hoovers. I can feel an energy from this man trying to pull me to contact. I feel it

      2. Lori says:

        And Surprise ! Just got another fake profile request

        1. Clarece says:

          It’s the pre-Thanksgiving holiday hoover…don’t ya know…lol

      3. Caroline R says:

        Hi Lori
        Your comment reminded me of an article I read today re: break ups. Looking at your ex’s online profile is a form of ‘psychic self-mutilation’ or ‘shopping for pain’. It was well said.

      4. Lori says:

        He doesn’t seem like the Holiday hoover type he really doesn’t celebrate them. My birthday just passed nothing from him. Not a word. Only thing is that he made his Instagram public. I also got another unknown call and 2 friend requests from what look like fake accounts. I have no way of knowing whether it’s him or him. It may have nothing to do with him. I just don’t know. It all seems odd but maybe I’m reading info it because maybe.i wang to be hoovered? Part of me wants that and part of me wants to never know another thing about him.

        Hg says they are hoovers

      5. Lori says:


        Looking at their profile reading old conversations etc is a form of emotional cutting. This is one if the reasons I felt I had borderline personality disorder after dealing with narc 1 but I had therapyst and Shri k diagnose me as Codepebdent not bod.

        I actually don’t look at his profile on Instagram If was blocked for months by me and he blocked me on Facebook but something drew me to look

  12. Kim e says:

    Hi HG. Welcome back from where ever you were.
    Do Empaths become more of a magnet after the first time we are ensnared?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are tenderised and thus easier to ensnare.

      1. Kim e says:

        Great. Now I am not only an appliance but a piece of meat, tenderized for devouring 😀😀
        Thanks HG

  13. Alexissmith2016 says:

    Hello HG, it’s been a little while. can a kid be sent a bit crazy by another N who has power over them. There was someone I suspected to be a mid who works under another N (definitely an N) and they (the possible mid) are starting to doubt themselves etc, say how awful this other N is (which they are) hmmm now I’m not even sure whether they are faking it? They just don’t want to be under the control of this other N.

    My second question, would anything cause you or another N to feel sick to the pit of their stomach (and your not allowed to say intimacy, of course I now know that you will)? Or can you only ever experience fury when something bad happens to you?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      1. Yes.
      2. If you mean revulsion – it can be intimacy, weakness, James Corden. Fury is a different response to revulsion.

      1. Alexissmith2016 says:

        1. That’s so helpful to know. Really helpful. Thank you HG.

        2. Not so much revulsion. I mean feel sick as in when something goes wrong for themselves. For example, if a narcissist were a gambler and they lost a lot of money or their ex left them due to something they had done and they were not ready to give up that fuel source at that point in time. Would either of those situations or similar cause them to feel sick inside or would they only feel fury?

        I do find your revulsion for James Corden incredibly interesting. Will you be writing an article on him? I think many of us would love to read more.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          1. Pleasure.

          2. If the act causes wounding, it will ignite fury, rather than cause one to feel sick.

          3. I may do so.

      2. 2SF says:

        Haha, my darling Mr. Tudor… always mentioning the amiable James.
        Love you sweetheart, don’t be jealous of James. Your work is far more important!
        (Does that help a bit to ease your wounding for having to think of James again? ;)) xx

        1. HG Tudor says:

          No jealousy, 2SF, utter contempt.

          1. 2SF says:

            Why contempt? The man is hilarious at times and people like to watch him being funny. I love carpool karaoke, I think he has a (live?)show as well in England, which I have never watched. But what is so bad about James Corden, does he do anyone harm?
            Please, don’t answer this if it makes you furious again. I don’t wanna ruin your sunday my dear HG. Perhaps you should come over here and we discuss it with a nice glass of Amarone. How about that? 😉 xx

          2. HG Tudor says:

            Most convivial.

          3. Clarece says:

            So I suppose Jane’s Corden’s Baby Shark rendition would not put you in a jolly good mood?

          4. HG Tudor says:


          5. Clarece says:

            But HG, Baby Shark, do do to do to do 🎶🎵🎵🎵

          6. WhoCares says:

            Haha Clarece! – that’s pretty funny actually…

            Here’s a new version…just replace ‘shark’…(fill in the extra doo-doo-doo’s, cause I’m not typing them all)

            ” Baby narc, doo doo doo doo doo doo

            Mommy narc, doo doo doo doo doo doo

            Daddy narc, doo doo doo doo doo doo

            Grandma narc, doo doo doo doo doo doo

            Grandpa narc, doo doo doo doo doo doo

            Let’s go hunt, doo doo doo doo doo doo
            Let’s go hunt, doo doo doo doo doo doo
            Let’s go hunt, doo doo doo doo doo doo
            Let’s go hunt!

            Run away,…”


          7. windstorm says:

            I don’t know this Corden person, but if this is an example of his lyrics, I’m beginning to understand HG’s opinion.

          8. WhoCares says:

            Hi Windstorm,

            They aren’t Corden’s lyrics. Just a really, really annoying (yet catchy) and children’s song that’s popular on the net. And sadly, I now know it well…
            I found out it’s popularity quite by accident…I work in community art and during a workshop I was searching for a cute kid’s song (to accompany some dancing puppets). And when I played the song “Baby Shark” out loud on my phone, all the children in the group of 7-12 year olds I was working with immediately started singing to it and/or doing the actions. This actually became useful – at times – especially when that particular group was getting rowdy and not paying attention. I’d just press play for ‘Baby Shark’ at full volume and they would all break out dancing and singing or even the ones who were offended at hearing it, yet again, (and would roll their eyes in response) would still have their attention drawn back to the activity at hand once the song was done.

            It was a positive – if silly – way to refocus their attention.

            Just google “Baby Shark” on YouTube…or don’t…cause you may be sorry.

          9. windstorm says:

            You don’t have to tell me about annoying children’s songs! My two year old granddaughter listens to them over and over on YouTube kids. Some of them make me want to scream! Although I do enjoy the Gummi Bear song.

          10. WhoCares says:

            Windstorm – haha, I hear you…and I have to agree; that Gummi Bear song is another one that sticks in your head!

          11. Clarece says:

            I know right!!?? I’ll have this in my head all night now – new Narc version. If only HG can do a rendition for us now on YouTube. I’d even offer to do backup with the hand gestures!!

          12. WhoCares says:

            Good luck with that one Clarece – even with your very generous offer as back up!

      3. Caroline R says:

        He was good in ‘The Wrong Mans’

        1. HG Tudor says:

          No he wasn’t.

      4. alexissmith2016 says:

        Again, so helpful. It’s almost impossible to beleive you have a bad side.

        3. I cannot wait

      5. Persephone In Sunlight says:

        Clarece: Jane’s Corden’s Baby Shark….

        Egads!!! Oh my poor eyes and ears!!! What a cruel prank to pull on us, Clarece!

        Jane can stick all his sharks into the dark orifices of himself!!

        How can I possible unexperience this foul assualt on my senses???!!

        Aspirin and Gin!! Lighted fidget spinners and temple bells!! Quickly, before it sets!!!

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