So I was spending the week over at my aunt and uncle's house when I was younger.
I brought along a bunch of my cassette tapes (anyone remember those?), including a tape of the album "Cat Scratch Fever" by Ted Nugent.
One day while I was there my aunt said she wanted to listen to some of my tapes to see what type of music I was listening to back then.
BTW, my aunt and uncle both played and sang gospel music and they listened to country singers like Dolly Parton.
You can probably already see where this one is going, can't you?
Anyway, my aunt listened to a couple of my tapes and then she started listening to the Ted Nugent one.
Well, it probably goes without saying she didn't like my Ted Nugent tape all that much.
In fact, I thought she was going to slap me into next week when the song "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang" started playing.
Of course, at that age I didn't exactly know what "poontang" meant and my aunt didn't bother explaining it to me either.
And it probably also goes without saying my aunt never listened to my tapes again.
BTW, just in case you were wondering, my uncle always referred to rock music as "hippy music".
And, no, heDIDN'T listen to my Ted Nugent tape! (He probably would've kicked me out of the damn house!)
And, yes, I eventually DID learn what "poontang" meant, thank YOU very much!