I must've missed the Benjamin Spock chapter on it, because I don't remember there being anything in the book on child-rearing like this. Then again, I don't have kids, and I've don't read parenting books. So I could be wrong...
But I think there's something slightly disturbing about Miley Cyrus' nine year-old sister Noah, covering "Tik Tok," the aneurysm-inducing single from the southern-fried breathing pop muppet known as Ke$ha.
Now, one could think to themselves, oh, whatever, she's just a kid, it must be a one-off thing, her parents surely know where to draw the line of Miley, this has to be some kind of exception. And then you remember that:
1. Her parents are the people who mastered the uber-sexual celebsploitation of their older daughter Miley, and are the kind of parents who
3. It's not Halloween, and she's not in a Minnie Mouse dress, but now
4. She has props, like a pole she twirls around, and, uh, a lightsaber.
5. Also, it gives you the ability to pretend for a moment that "Tik Tok" was actually written and recorded by a nine year-old, for nine year-olds. And their babysitters. And then you remember that it wasn't, because
6. Of lines like "I'm talking about everybody getting crunk, crunk/ Boys tryin' to touch my junk, junk." Also,