Rashida Jones used to shoot super-soakers with Michael Jackson
Think back to your childhood. Think back to the 80s. Were you ever in line for a movie, minding your own business when suddenly, you were assaulted with a torrent from a Super Soaker? All these years, you've been bitter and jaded about it. But what if you knew who was behind that spray?
In an interview in November's issue of Playboy, "Parks and Recreation" actress Rashida Jones reveals a startling truth about her childhood. Rashida is the daughter of "Thriller" producer and musical impresario Quincy Jones, one of Michael Jackson's closest collaborators, so it's no surprise that they spent a lot of time together:
"Michael basically grew up with us...it felt as if he was my age, not 18 years old...Once, my sister, Michael, Emmanuel Lewis and I got in a car with Super Soakers and went by a movie theater and supersoaked the hell out of people waiting in line. They had no idea they'd just been supersoaked by the King of Pop."
The visual of Michael Jackson, the actor who played "Webster," and two young girls shooting water guns from a moving car is face-meltingly ridiculous. We can only hope that modern day celebrities follow in MJ's footsteps and anonymously mess with people from car windows.
WARNING: The interview is a Playboy one, so the page may be quasi-NSFW.