When Joe was a kid, he got his very own paper route. When he earned his first bit of pocket-money, he wanted to buy his mom and dad something nice.
Awww, little Joe was so sweet! What fucking happened?!
This was around 1995, right when Boom Boom Boom by the Outhere Brothers was really big. It was all over the radio, constantly playing on MTV, and Joe’s parents would always sing along. So Joe decided to buy them the Outhere Brothers CD.
At the store, there was two versions of the album. One had a ‘parental advisory’ sticker on it.
“Parental?” Joe thought. “That’s perfect!”
When Joe presented his parents with the gift, they acted really grateful, but they never once played the CD. Joe thought it was a bit weird because he knew they loved that Boom Boom Boom song. Plus, he’d bought it for them with his own money!
It was until a couple of years down the road that Joe learned what the parental advisory sticker really meant.
Oh, and if you’re not familiar with the Outhere Brothers, let me enlighten you. Here’s a few tracks from the album that Joe, as a child, bought for his parents: Bring that Ass Over Here; Orgasm; Golden Shower; I’ll Lick Your Pussy; and, who could forget, Fuk U in the Ass (Bend Over Mix).