Monday, November 23, 2009

I've become a teenaged girl

No, I didn't catch the premiere of the newest "Twilight" movie but I have mocked a few people I know who did wait in lines to see it. I just don't understand that movie and I am fairly certain that I never will.

My teenage girl complex lies with the music which has been catching my ears lately. I am ashamed to admit it but at thirty years old I have developed the musical tastes of a twelve year-old girl. I turn the radio up (if it's on) when I'm in the car and "Party in the USA" by Miley Cyrus comes on. I silence the wife when I catch "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga and I even went as far as YouTubing this recent song by Ke$ha (and yes, it's a totally stupid name).

The title even reads like it was written by a twelve year-old in txt spk. "Tik Tok". Really. What the hell has happened to me? I've even put one of the aforementioned songs on my iPod and if any of my friends were to get their hands on my iPod I'd never hear the end of it.

But that's where it stops for now. I haven't taken to taping (yes, I live in the stoneage without a DVR) anything on MTV. I didn't even know that the American Music Awards were on TV last night as I was watching "Storm Chasers" on Discovery and I don't understand that appeal of most of the shows on The CW. So does this mean that I have to turn in my man card or can I write this off as some sort of early midlife crisis?

Even with so much internal conflict, MinnPics still has the same quality photos of Minnesota that you've come to expect since mid-2008.


Daddy-O said...

That stuff is catchy, but ultimately it's all kind of the same and becomes boring, or at least it should.

snowelf said...

It's okay Sornie. I had a moment of teenagerness when I heard Summertime by new kids on the block. It's on my iPod right now and so is Paparazzi. I think we get some freebies.


Reuben said...

It's ok to like stuff like this. It's cute & catchy. It's designed specifically to be the type of stuff that hangs around in your head for a while. Nobody will remember this song in 2 years, including you.