somethin's gotten into me
bananaspliff: i bought creepers and dyed my hair black and all i wanna listen to is goth/industrial So proud.
planetstarlight replied to your post: I think, for the first time in my life, I just got… CAT JONES CANNOT FIT INTO A MERE CATEGORY OF HUMANS Hah! Lauren Baker: breakin’ my heart on the daily.
adventuresin13thgrade replied to your post: I think, for the first time in my life, I just got… Nooooo! Shrug it off! People don’t even know what that means anymore, they use it for everything the same way they use “literally”. Yeah, I suppose you’re right, and the incorrect use of “literally” annoys me to no end as well! But still, I equate the term “hipster”...
I think, for the first time in my life, I just got called a “hipster”. What do I do with my life, now? Do I start hating myself?
Me: Mike! Edward burrito hands. What say you?
Mike: (startled and still half asleep) Maybe...EDUARDO burrito hands!
Today I witnessed a teenaged girl saying, to her boyfriend, “I really like you carrying around your C++ book and your Jim Croce album. You look like a real interesting guy.” I wanted to tell her that she renewed my faith in the younger generation, but I didn’t.
The moral of the story is here, is that this is what songwriting should be...– Deadmau5
After this latest batch of band write-ups for a bar/local music venue, it is apparent that I need to add “the ability to craft ridiculous, seemingly paragraph-long sentences that, when thought to be run-on sentences, are scrutinized and discovered to be perfectly structured with well-placed commas” to my journalism resume.
I am officially turning 24 next week and as a quarter-life crisis present to myself, I am taking my perfect new car on a road trip to San Diego to help one of my oldest and best friends move, re-visit my personal Mecca, Palm Desert, and lie on the beach. Then I’m going to New York City for a week to see another old best friend, watch Broadway shows, look at art, and drink up every quirky...
Austin Craigslist: Guitarist for metal band →
Who says you can’t find your soulmate on the Internet?
You know what’s awesome? When you’re trying to write about a band that doesn’t have an album out, so you go to their webpage, which links you to their Facebook, which LINKS YOU BACK TO THEIR FUCKING WEBPAGE.
Growing up happens when you stop going through life assuming everyone else should know what you know and you soften up a bit—even if it’s purely on the surface.
I thought I went to the cafe across the street to write, but it looks like I’m watching grown men argue over sci fi and then get picked up by their moms instead. Either way, productive night.
What an unnecessarily long, emotionally draining film.
Hellfire In My Veins: Josh Homme sues John Garcia;... →
hellfireinmyveins: So: Remember when Josh Homme famously announced that reuniting with KYUSS would be a “total error”? And when he specifically said, “That’s not what KYUSS was about, so to punctuate the end of our sentence with that would be blasphemy…KYUSS has such a great history that it would be a total… My first post on my new stoner metal blog, dudes! Follow it!
Doing band write-ups for a local venue
And I just came across this bio: “Hailing from DC, [name removed] combines a wide variety of folk instrumentation with electric and digital elements to create a unique sound brimming with layered melodies and contagious energy.” … THAT BIO USED 28 WORDS TO TELL THE READER ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT THIS BAND. ARE YOU KIDDING ME WITH THIS?
Jesus christ. Moving from a three-bedroom house to a one-bedroom house while also working and trying to meet deadlines is the most stressful thing I have attempted to do in years. FRIENDS: I promise to be human again after this week is over.