The whole joke first started at one of the many car shows you and I go to.
So, yeah, I think that should help at least a bit. Pretty good hint. Click the "like" button if you remember which car show it was. In fact, JayMay, if you want to go to another car show soon, just click the "like" button. Seriously, THIS SONG, though! I can't believe I've gone this long without hearing it; it's simply the best fucking song. Like, I'm already riveted by the 42 seconds of JayMay pretending to look bored on purpose, and then the actual song starts! Bill Lamb's review of "Who Says" is right on the fucking money:
"[the song is] introduced by the attention-getting [sic] line, 'Who says I can't get stoned? ... it... reveals emotional depth and connection that marks it an instant classic."
I think the connection can be made because JayMay's really good at those poetic deep messages without making it sound like childish pandering. Hearing this song the first 8 or so times really makes you think to yourself, "Wait. JayMay likes weed sometimes, too? I like weed sometimes, too! He should be able to smoke when he wants! That is just classic genuine and inventive JayMay. I like this song. I like this song a lot." That's what it makes you think. Of course, I'd be thinking "JayMay" because we're friends and you'd be thinking "John Mayer" because you're not, and you wouldn't know about the "Classic Genuine and Innovative JayMay" part, either. Hunter does, I think. Hunter, are you reading this lol? If you've talked to JayMay lately, just "like" this post. Oh, and I can't make it to Sandy's weekly book luncheon this Tuesday, because I have to meet with the guy that deals with those "Missing Persons" photos on milk cartons. It's not JayMay-related, though; it's just about a milk thing. Nothing to worry about.