Have y’all heard of this Michael Bublé dude? tg8 thinks he’s gay. I don’t really like his music. But I love sayin his name. You say it like this: Boub-lei (or lay), not bubble. I love the French pronunciation on things. It’s just lovely, I think.
Anyway, one morn, as I was driving my usual 45-min commute to work. I have to listen to the radio. Even when I don’t want to, it’s a necessity. It’s the only way I know where the accidents are (there are always accidents, or construction blocking my way to work). I feel that sometimes the world just wants me to not go in some days. But I’m told that I still need to come in, it’s ok if I’m late b/c of the construction, I just really need to at least get there.
Back to the point. This female dj of one of the morning shows I usually listen to (I flip back & forth b/t a national syndicated show & the local morn show for traffic) played a Michael Bublé song.
But here’s the thing, when introducing it, she said that anyone who doesn’t like this song “doesn’t have a heart”. Yeah, those exact words. Now, I’d never heard the song before, so I was expecting a bee-u-ti-ful, incredibly lovely song. That’s not what I gots. I tried to like it, honest. And I probably would’ve liked it if it didn’t suck so bad. But I have been living w/ this thought in my head for the last 2 months. Who is she to determine who has a heart & who doesn’t? I have a loving, caring heart. But I also have taste. And I don’t think dj’s should be allowed to make statements like that.
3 thoughts on “the bubble”
My niece’s boyfriend looks exactly like him.
curious…what was the song? He’s alright, you’re not heartless though. I’ve seen video of him on stage and he does have quite a prescence.
It may have been “Home”? I can’t really remember.
haha, my word verification was “woahe”.