I used to love the Backstreet Boys. I had a crush on Nick Carter. For real. He was so hot. He looked like the cute Dairy boy from my high school. I loved the boy band because he was in it. Plus, I liked the catchy tunes.
Well, at some point I got over my crush on boy band music. I discovered real bands like the Beatles, CCR, Weezer, Imagine Dragons, Simon & Garfunkel, Mumford & Sons, and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros. I still have LFO’s album on my iTunes and I occasionally rock out to Hanson’s MmmBop just for kicks, but I don’t really fall asleep to N’Sync anymore if you know what I mean. I’m just really, not a creepy thirty-something looking to swoon over a boy band.
Until last night when I saw this video. To tell you the truth, I didn’t swoon. I didn’t really smile though I didn’t bust out laughing either, which I was afraid I would do. I liked the camera work until they showed the weird “we’re all standing in a line to sing as if we’re 18 years old” bit of the video. Watch it to see.
It’s Hump Day. I figured this video would help you through it. It will either:
a. Make you glad technology has made it so you don’t have to waste your money buying the album anymore – you can just watch the video once online.
b. Make you smile and remember the days when you were a teenager and you were majorly crushing on that one band.
c. Grab your attention so you have a new bad tune stuck in your head.
d. Make you realize that your favorite blogger (me) is a little weird and you’re sure glad you’ve got things more together than she does.
e. Give you a short distraction on an otherwise boring day.
Tata for now.