I've only seen the first Twilight movie once and it was forever ago. Also, I was painting so I didn't really pay attention to what was going on. There was one part that made me laugh really hard though, I'll give it that.
I've never watched the movies or read the books.
T'was just a question.
I wanted to ask her a question and that's the first one that came to mind.
But yeah my younger sister loves that crap. It's poisoned her mind and I feel sorry for her now.
Oh dear. :/ Sorry to hear that. I hope that her ideal lover isn't a guy who sneaks into her room at night to watch her sleep, follows her where ever she goes, leaves her, has a cannibalistic instinct to murder her, etc etc. "Poison" is a superb word to describe the Twilight novels. They teach young girls horrible values about relationships and self worth. If there were to be one reason for disliking the series, that would be the one to trump them all.
Good riddance, you damn unicorn!
My taste is fucking sweet
did you ever try crack?
It's a nice change but I doubt I could live in a place where nothing much happens for too long.
I feel like I will only be disappointed when I watch it though so I really don't know.
though I was really surprised that you see me as someone mysterious XD
Now I could go on and on about what makes being an optimist so much better but it's like with everything, it has it's advantages and disadvantages.
Creating walls is a natural thing, it's something everyone does. It's probably nothing more than a cheap try to protect yourself from whatever harm you might possibly face if you wouldn't create these walls.
Now I don't know that much about you but from the impression I've got you definitely didn't have an easy childhood and things don't seem easy nowadays either - which obviously leads to you creating more and more walls. I can relate to that a lot, believe me or not. I need a lot of time until I feel relatively comfortable around people, I'm either pretty silent and hold back or I put up a huge facade. There are only a few selected people where I can be and act how I really am, and for that I'm glad. I hope you have someone like that too.
I dont think i hate a whole genre, but I do hate a lot of subgenres. I dislike stuff like thrash metal, especially death metal and black metal. I like heavy metal though, my city is in fact considered the birthplace of it, but I just cannot stand the vocals and the distorted sounds in the extreme variety. Not my cup of tea. Another is probably brostep, which is a harder sounding dubstep developed by you dear Americans to attract frat boys. Well that's being a bit disparaging but its the skrillex-type sound seems to betaken as a definition of dubstep in the US. The really loud distorted and vicious sound is what puts me off.
I tend to dislike something the more extreme and rough it begins sounding, though there are exceptions. I like grime for example (UK mixture of rap and UK garage) but I dislike when the bpm goes higher and they are no longer rapping but talking incomprehensibly, the rest of grime I do appreciate.
I would say I dont dislike much more than that, there are a lot of genres i dont listen to but thats more to do with my preferences being skewed to certain ways rather than anything else. What about you?
Stop shining and link some music.
Rusko sums it up
Nirvana - polly
I've always meant to listen to more of her stuff when you first linked that. Something I have to do after that Flying Lotus album.
Ali Farka Toure - Heygana