Oh the confessions of a recovering indie rock music snob. My friend Lynn and I study for the MCATs about once a week, but we never really get to that studying part. Mostly we sit and talk about people who annoy us, do math problems, argue about Portland Oregon (really), and she shares her horrible, annoying -- but catchy music addictions with me. You see Lynn is the type of person who listens to whatever is on top 40 radio, and she recently got this song stuck in my head...and its, awful, so awful I started liking it...is that possible? And I feel horrible admitting this because I am supposed to have stellar taste even if I do write the occasional "guilty pleasures" posts confessing my musical sins, but this...this is too much even for me to handle.
So with a great deal of shame, I will air my dirty laundry....
I listen to this song when no one else is around--NO ONE
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