I’ve been keeping a secret from my husband. It’s best that I ease him into this, because I don’t know that this is going to be okay. At the very least, he’s going to make fun of me.
I used to have standards for music. I wasn’t a music snob, but I wasn’t into Disney kid music. It started with Britney and Justin. Then Miley and Selena. Now, the unthinkable has happened.
I like this Justin Bieber song. I only know that I like this one song, so I don’t think I qualify as a full blown Bielieber yet, but I’m fearful for the future. I feel that he’s turning into a Justin Timberlake for the young people. Now that JT is an actor and he has stopped making the awesome music.
Let’s reflect on when he brought sexy back, just for a second.
(Bieber, you’ll get there. He was a lot older than you. Also, there was no mention of fondue in this song.)
While I was thinking of Boyfriend and watching the cars in the video, I started thinking of my boyfriend, the 2013 Ford Fusion. Like any proper stalker, I went looking for videos. I found this one.
Want to know why this is the best video of my boyfriend that exists in the world?
- The obvious part: it is about my boyfriend, the Fusion.
- Shiny and pretty.
- It’s the official Ford video, so I don’t have to listen to potentially made up nonsense.
- The back of my head is in the video. Yup. You can see this head for approximately 1/10 of one second.
How do I know it was my head? Please don’t doubt my own abilities to recognize my own head, first of all. Also, I know where I was standing when I was at NAIAS. I was also standing next to someone who was a lot taller than me, so I look like I’m the height of a child. (It’s for that reason that I’m not pinpointing the exact moment when you can see the back of my head.)
1. Bieber’s new song. Love it or hate it? I really hope that I am not the only adult who likes it.
2. Any boyfriends that you want to take a moment to talk about? I understand that you might not have a video of the back of your head with your boyfriend. Not everyone is as lucky as me.
Disclaimer: In January, I went to NAIAS as part of a badass program that Ford did with online influencers. Ford paid for my travel and accommodations at the Innovation and Design Fantasy Camp and you can read about it here, if you’d like. That’s where I met the Fusion. This is not a paid post. Ford doesn’t know that this is happening and they probably wish that I would stop referring to the car as my boyfriend because some people find that sort of behavior weird. But we can’t help where we find love… I think it would be awesome if SexyBack was the Fusion’s theme song, if you’re listening Ford. “The Fusion’s bringing SexyBack. Those other cars don’t know how to act…” No?