Saturday, April 26, 2008

Oh oh oh oh oh....oh oh oh oh

Oprah had the Jonas Brothers on her show the other day. Apparently they are quite popular with the teenyboppers.

I was curious, so I dug in and checked it out.

Much like the Hanson brothers of a few years back, they are a group of three sibs making the youngin' set squeal with pre-pubescent delight.

Also like the Hansons is the fact that the oldest one is the ugliest, the middle one is hot, and the youngest one is...the youngest one and only 15, so I'm not going to go there.

They had their parents on to discuss how they keep the boys "so grounded".

The answer was soooo predictable: Their faith.

Commence eyerolling.

The boys are 15, 18, and 20. Granted their main demographic shouldn't even be thinking about what's going on in their tingly bits, don't tell me there aren't a league of older sister types (and maybe a few pervy Moms) who would be more than willing to help the boys "relax after the show".

When I was in high school, there were these two senior girls who were obsessed with New Kids on the Block. The funniest part was that they were goth chicks. They went so far as to follow the boys on a summer tour one year. I heard they staked out a Boston hotel for hours, but didn't get an invite up. They blamed it on tight security. I just think it was because they were ugly.

My point is, there are plenty of older, of legal age women willing to be groupies for boy band members.

It's nice that Mr. and Mrs. Jonas (and what a lovely biblical last name they have. It was probably changed from Jonaskovitch or something) can sit on Oprah's stage and spout about how "faithful" their boys are, but who are they trying to kid?

"Oh no no random co-ed I'll never see again, please don't put my penis in your mouth. I know I am exploding with hormones, but Jesus would be very disappointed with me."

Call me cynical, but I ain't buyin' it.


Earth Muffin said...

Tee hee hee! You're funny!

SkylersDad said...

Oh yeah, 15 and on up the ONLY thing on your mind is where can I put this hard-on...

SkippyMom said...

Nothing like a bit of coffee out the nose at 9 am on Sunday [no less] where the hell is my bible?

You crack me up!


Beth said...

Sort of like Britney's claims of being a virgin back in the day ...

Bubs said...

Why do you secular humanists have to be so cynical? It may come as a surprise, but many people of faith have no problem controlling their urges with the help of prayer.

I myself remained celibate until the age of 24 when I married MizBubs. I never drank either.

Grant Miller said...

God bless!

Jewgirl said...

I rarely buy that dish either. If a vadge or a peen (however the lads swing) offers up a job of blow, I highly doubt they're not going to whip out their pleasure plungers for a suckfest.

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