Thursday, March 21, 2013

Having my own 20/20 experience. #CBias #JT2020

I've been a fan of Justin Timberlake since before I could fill in a training bra. From the scrawny kid on Mickey Mouse Club, to the the curly-headed favorite from N*Sync. As I grew and matured, so did he. Musician, singer, actor, funny-guy, oh and I guess he's kind of handsome too. Boy, JT sure has it all, doesn't he?



JT is back again with his new album, The 20/20 Experience. Women (and men) all over the country are talking about it. The music is definitely different from his last album. As I said, he's matured. Because of that, I don't have to be embarrassed to get up early in the morning and go pick up The 20/20 Experience at Walmart. It's perfectly acceptable grown-up music. Although kissing pictures in a magazine is probably something that I should have left behind in my teens.


Thankfully my Walmart was fairly empty due to that fact that it had just opened for the day. Yes, I was there bright and early! Unfortunately when I made it over to the Entertainment department I was severely disappointed by the selection. 


Was it so early that they hadn't even stocked it yet? I politely asked an employee and patiently waited while he checked on it for me.

 This is my "patiently waiting" face.

A few minutes later he returned and told me that they didn't have it. I looked up some other stores (I asked him to look for me but his computer wasn't working) and called one that was not too far away. I would drive pretty far for JT, though. The nice woman on the phone told me they had it, and plenty of copies! I took a short drive and went straight to the music section.


Look at all that Justin, ripe for the picking. I grabbed myself a copy. The sticker says $11.88, but I knew that it was on sale. I'm surprised there weren't any signs, but again I got there so early in the morning, maybe they hadn't put them out yet. Just to be sure, I gave it a scan.


Yay! You really can't beat that price. Justin Timberlake's new album is cheaper than a lunch at Chipotle, and you will enjoy it so much longer. I had some pretty grand plans for this CD. I was going to light a candle, turn the lights down, take my clothes off, and get down...into a bubble bath and have a relaxing evening. But once I got into the car, my excitement took over and I popped that baby into the CD player immediately. Sexiest drive home ever.


Don't want to go through the hassle of searching different stores for the new album? You can pick it up on 
Walmart's website for the $7.00 price this week! 

For more pictures from my shopping trip(s) you can check out the Google+ story here.

Disclosure: I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This content has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias® . and #JT2020 #cbias #SocialFabric

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