Like anyone with working ears, I love the hit summer song “Blurred Lines.” And that’s not just because I have a soft spot for Growing Pains offspring. It’s because it’s actually an incredibly catchy song. Job well done raising a musically gifted son, Dr. Jason Seaver. (Also job well done adopting that handsome street kid who turned out to be Leonardo DiCaprio.)
Like anyone with a 6-second attention span, I love Vine. Unlike those old-fashioned Youtube videos, Vines last just the right amount of seconds. Long enough to grab your attention, but not so long that you feel compelled to check your phone and see if anything else is going on in the world. Which is exactly what I do when anything lasts more than ten seconds.
These two likes, explained to you in extraordinary scientific detail above, sum up why I love this Vine so much. Also why I gave it the extremely prestigious Best Use of “Blurred Lines” Award. Only 14 of those awards go out each summer, so to say that they mean a lot is an understatement. In fact, I think they kinda mean everything. Rumor has it that Jimmy Fallon sleeps with the one I sent him last week for his version of the song. But I will be honest and say that I do dabble in hyperbole on occasion, so I might not be the best source of information for how much these awards mean. Just kidding, I stand by my claim of them meaning everything.
While I don’t want to spoil what you’re about to see, I will give you a rundown of what to expect.
2. Hilarious reaction to the dancing.
Okay, now I think you’re ready. Enjoy.