#2 Your Least Favourite Song, by j

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Finding my least favourite song was harder than I thought it was going to be.  I thought long and hard (or as long and as hard as I should) about which I would pick.

I ended up on a song that is not necessarily bad, but it has bad memories.  And thus it makes it my least favourite song.  When I hear this song, I think of a day three years ago last summer…

It was a sunny, warm day, the kind of day that makes you think “beach!”.    I called up two friends and before I knew it we had a plan- a day in Grand Bend.  We started planning this event at 10am and by 10:20am I was in my G5.  I was psyched, I was happy and enjoying the sunshine and driving around.

While I was driving around I was listening to my, now, least favourite song.  At the time, I liked the song, it made me think of my dad (who likes this artist).  It’s not a particularly cool song to like or to listen to.  And even less cool to listen to it cranked in your G5.  Cranked so loud that others can hear.  But I didn’t even care about others hearing.

At a red light I was rocking out to this song (as much as one can) and something caught my eye- another driver, a guy about 20-21 years old.  He was motioning for me and I rolled down the window to hear what he was saying:

“I think you’ve got something caught in your door!”

I looked down.  And opened my door at the red light.  And saw it.  My bra.  Hanging off of my t shirt.  Dangling out my car door like a flipping flag.

So, whenever I hear this song I just think of my bra flapping in the breeze as a drove across town.

Therefore, I hate this song now.  Forever.

Billy Joel

“We Didn’t Start The Fire”

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2 responses »

  1. And I bet you couldn’t get that song our of our head for awhile. One of life’s embarrassing moments but a memory to last a lifetime. Lucky you. Ha. Ha.

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