Tuesday, June 8, 2010

When I grow up...

Billy Ray & Tish Cyrus deserve a "Parents of the Year" award. If I had a teen daughter who did even half of the things little Miley does, I'd lock her in the trunk of my car. I suppose I can't really hold it against her though - if I had parents that didn't give a damn what I did as long as I was in the spotlight I'd probably be a little tramp too!

Exhibit A:
lyrics to her new song "I Can't Be Tamed"

For those who don't know me, I can get a bit crazy Have to get my way, 24 hours a day 'Cause I'm hot like that Every guy everywhere just gives me mad attention Like I'm under inspection, I always get the 10s 'Cause I'm built like that I go through guys like money flyin' out their hands They try to change me but they realize they can't And every tomorrow is a day I never planned If you're gonna be my man, understand

That song just screams class.

Exhibit B:

Due to the fact that I'm at work right now, and I doubt that my employer would appreciate me saving pictures of child pornography on my computer, I'll refrain from posting pictures and I'll instead just talk about them. I'm referring to those pictures of Miley in a t-shirt and panties pulling up her shirt and holding it in her teeth. I mean come on - Seriously? Nobody outside of Playboy really does that. Then there's the picture of her in a green bra and a wife beater pulling her tank down faking a flash. Or of course, bending over and showing off her prepubescent butt (unable to attach a pic).

Exhibit C:

Her Teen Choice Awards performance. That's something every mother and father should be proud of. If that were my daughter I'd definitely have a wallet size to show all of my friends and family.

Exhibit D:

Then there's the classic "let's move my sexual icon to creepy old men, tween daughter's boyfriend in with us". That's not asking to be grandparents prematurely.

I could go on, but I think I've listed plenty examples of why Billy Ray and Tish Cyrus are who I look up to and hope to someday emulate their impeccable parenting skills.

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