So Saturday, just before work, Maybelline and Oatmeal Head drag me to the computer to see a new musical act they'd just discovered (like they're top music agents or something). Oatmeal Head insisted I watch this one, said it was stellar (I don't think he used the word stellar, actually):
It rocks, right? I can't get it out of my head now. And her eyes! Her voice! His adorable smile! OMG. Did you watch for the interview with the blue guy at the end?
It was this one, though, that cracked me up:
Maybelline really enjoyed this song. I think she thought it was all about how much Jesus loves Mrs. Robinson. When I explained to my 16 year old daughter what the song was about, the relationship between the college student and his friend's mom, a look of sheer horror crossed her face. I laughed so hard I thought I'd die. Poor little thing. So young to be so traumatized by music, her favorite medium.
Until I write again ...
being a parent has it's mood altering moments doesn't it? traumatizing a teen is a great mood lifter!
Now show her the movie
my pc has issues with youtube vids but i got about half way through september and LOVED it!!! wow
sorry you traumatized your daughter...i am not LOL I do not do this on a daily basis not me...
LOL. At least you broke the news to her gently...and what does FaceBook know? pfpftftftfh
I don't think she's ready for the movie. "One word.... Plastics!"
You're funny, Facebook has no idea!
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