"If you like it, then you shoulda put a ring on it...."I admit it: I can't resist this song. I love that big hook line. But the lingering feminist part of me can't help feeling guilty.
On the surface, it's a gal celebrating her freedom, because she got away from some guy who wouldn't commit. In your face, commitment-phobe!
Why I feel guilty:
1) A single lady shouldn't think of herself as an "it" -- a piece of property to be branded if a guy wants to keep a hold of "it."
2) Single ladies are now putting their hands in the air at some club to advertise that they're up for grabs. (We're not really supposed to believe they're just there to dance with each other, are we?) Seems like they're in an awful big hurry to find some other guy....
3) Single ladies should know this is EXACTLY how they're most likely to meet up with ANOTHER guy who's not gonna put a ring on it.
But man, it's catchy.
Bet you a quarter: In less than a year, there'll be a romance on the shelves with a title based on that hook!