Not to be outdone by his less famous mirror image Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake has released a new music video, 'Tunnel Vision', that skirts the NSFW YouTube line with boobies just like Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines video. Which is to say: THIS VIDEO IS SO NSFW PEOPLE. It's nearly as NSFW as Blurred Lines which wasn't even safe enough for YouTube.

Which means. Well, something. Will JT's new music video get pulled from YouTube in the same way most music videos get pulled? Remember, Blurred Lines was allowed to exist for a while until it was chopped off from YouTube. JT's Tunnel Vision is currently on YouTube, should we count down when YouTube catches it? Or should we keep our fingers crossed for a more lenient YouTube policy on nudity?

Supposedly, YouTube will let nudity pass if you qualify your nudity as art (and the women are posing... artistically?), of course what I consider art might be different than what you consider art and what we consider art can totally be porn(ish) to YouTube. But music videos that have been fairly artsy in the past have been pulled when YouTube's prudish eye focuses itself onto the video.

If anything, I'm enjoying how popular music videos are pushing the limits of YouTube. [Justin Timberlake VEVO]