Though I realize you're asking this in a funny, tongue-in-cheek way (at least I have to assume so, because if you were seriously that fragile and easily traumatized you undoubtedly wouldn't have made it this far), I'd just like to point out, for what it's worth, that there's nothing wrong with liking music that isn't "cool". I love one of Bon Jovi's early hits ("Runaway"), not to mention quite a bit of muzak (the Carpenters [John Lydon was also a fan of theirs and I can prove it, incidentally], Barry Manilow, and Morris Albert, just to name a few), cheesy early nineties hip-hop (including but not limited to "The Power" by Snap and "One Night Stand" by Father MC). I could go on, but you get the idea. What's wrong with enjoying something deliberately and infectiously catchy that doesn't have any pretensions of being anything more? *Dismounts soap box*
MQ: "Man I Feel Like a Woman" by Shania Twain.
MQ2: Lately, perhaps WFUV (I live in the greater NYC area).
BQ: I'm at work, appearances notwithstanding. That would fall under the "seriously pushing my luck even more than I usually do" category.