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Framingham dad parodies Taylor Swift's '22'

Posted by Emily Wright  June 7, 2013 11:15 AM

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What does our generation have to look forward to? According to Framingham dad David Remis: ear hair, reading glasses, and knee pain.

Remis, of Framingham, goes by the name DwiftyDSwizzle on YouTube. The dad parodied Taylor Swift's radio hit "22" and his rendition -- called "42" -- makes us hope that our 20s and 30s go by very, very slow.

Remis's parody describes the life of a tired, hip, and jaded minivan-driving dad who wears chinos and finds solace in a bottle of chardonnay. Is being 42 really that bad?

Watch the video and sound off in the comments if you like what Remis has to say.

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