Months and months and DAMN months ago, I told Kadinsky aka World’s Hottest Woman that she should ask ButtercupPunch readers to confess the most embarrassing song on their iPods. Have I heard back from that hawtbitch? No. (I have, however, nibbled on her shoulder, so there’s that). Anyway, confession is wicked good for the soul, so I’ma go it alone and let y’all know what I’m holding.
I, uh, have a Miley Cyrus song on my iPod, and I cannot completely blame it on the fact that I share my iPod with my eight year-old sons. No, I shelled out $0.99 for the chance to hear “See You Again” on demand. I could make a thousand excuses for myself, like the fact that it’s a catchy tune, I got hooked on Miley when my boys FORCED me to take them to see her concert movie (all them, I swear), I’m surrounded by Radio Disney every day anyway, etc. But in the end, it’s just you and your iPod, people, and at the top of your “why I have X song in my iPod list” is the fact that you like that song. You know you do. Just admit it.
I have purchased plenty of cheesy and wrongful songs from iTunes. I have a lot of John Denver, a couple of Britney Spears, and I’m currently stuck on the Manhattans’ “Kiss and Say Goodbye.” I feel that all of these songs are defensible, though. I can’t say the same for my Hannah Montana purchase, and that’s why I decided to let it all out here.
Whew! I feel better. Now, please make me feel even better by telling me what’s lurking in your iPod. Neil Diamond? Debbie Gibson? New Edition? Milli Vanilli? Do tell, bitches.