Justinnocence: (n) a lack of familiarity with the hotness of the man who brought sexy back
Do you still have your Justinnocence?
For a moment imagine that you have been asked out on a date by none other than Justin Timberlake. (Note: This is an alternate universe where things like that actually happen.)
Such a gentleman, Mr. Timberlake.
Sure, you got a little bit down and dirty on the dance floor earlier, but at least you both kept your clothes on. Things got PG-13 at best.
But when he walked you back to your place and it was time to say goodnight, well, he did this:
And you said, “Wanna come in for a drink?”
Which of course is how you ended up on the couch, with him saying:
Up until then, you had every intention of being a good girl, but then he did this:
And before you knew it you were doing a little bit of this (minus your mom creeping in the background, of course):
And some of this:
And a whole lot of this:
And by the time the sun rose the next morning it was over. Your Justinnocence was gone. Forever.
You thanked him for the amazing experience, and as you walked him to the door he grinned and said:
All of these comments are from this Facebook post, but I find the categories of comments stays pretty much the same across all of Justin’s posts:
1. The comment addressed directly to Justin.
Because I’m sure Justin takes the time to read all of the thousands of comments he usually receives PER POST and puts lots of thought and consideration into each and every comment.
2. The comment asking Justin to visit their country.
3. The comment from the hater.
This particular post was actually pretty tame…
4. The comment from the concerned citizen.
5. The “I earn $5,000 per day by working from home!” comment.
6. The “Like my page plz” comment.
7. The comment that isn’t in any language that Justin speaks (as far as we know, that is).
8. The comment that makes me weep for the future of the English language.
Not gonna lie, my heart squeed a little. LOL
Source: Lance Bass via the interwebz
You can find all of my pictures and video from last night’s show on Photobucket here. Keep in mind that a) I’m not a professional photographer, b) these were taken on my phone, and c) I had floor seats and I’m not very tall so there are lots of people’s heads in my pictures. 😛
Nonetheless, it was an awesome show!
See the eye-popping cover art for Justin’s next single, Tunnel Vision, here!