Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Ipod Confessions

Dear Kirsten,

Hi, um, this is your Ipod. Yes, your Ipod. Small. Green. Nanoish. I know it is probably a little unnerving to get a letter from me, but I figured it was time for us to have a little chat. When I was being packed up in the factory, I had big dreams about where I would end up. The fun I would have. Hopefully in the company of a firm college girl in Tampa. I started to worry when that big goofy man picked me up at Costco last December and I realized that there would be no long jogs with aforementioned firm coed when I saw you open me up on Christmas. I could have dealt with that.

The real problem here lady, is your playlist. I have made a game of it and can only find exactly one song that was recorded in this decade. And what's with the James Taylor, Juice Newton and Bob Seger for like 40 songs worth? How old are you anyway? Have you seen your toddler working on her Night Moves lately? Well I have and it is scaring the shit out of me. Speaking of your toddler: My technology was not designed to play crap like Raffi or The Wiggles. You have to be shittin' me. Baby Beluga THIS, lady.

In closing. Please consider checking out some new music. I can no longer handle the humiliation.



Blogger Kerri said...

That is one of the funnies things I have read all day!!!! Tell your ipod that The Wiggles are definitely in this decade!

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8:45 AM  
Blogger Mrs. Flinger said...

OOOH! OOHH! We have the same exact taste in music! I love all the old folk stuff. And, well, obviously the wiggles are a must.

Tell your iPod I can hook y'all up. ;-)

7:32 PM  

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