Disrespect towards ANYONE is stupid and uncalled for. Disrespect for your parents (unless they are truly awful, horrible people) is even worse. Whether you agree or disagree with their thoughts or thinking or what have you, you should always respect your parents. BECAUSE THEY ENDURED THE BRUTALNESS THAT WAS RAISING YOU.
My super cool dad and I on a school trip when I was little. I know, my backwards, bangs-through-the-hole hat is amazing. Be jealous of my early 90’s style.
So I have Eric Wareheim (of Tim and Eric fame) on my facebook, and sometimes he posts links to pictures he’s taken. They are usually pretty cool or funny things, so I usually check them out. This one was called ‘so sick’ and I wanted to see what this sick picture was. And when I saw it I almost died of extreme love for Eric. I seriously went ‘gheueiwsjwhbwuwidj’ and died.
My sister was out shopping in the States and sent it to me haha. Little Murdergirl, singing christmas carols. I swear they designed it to look just like Murderface on purpose. Why else would they give her such ugly triangle hair?
I don’t listen to current music, therefore it’s not the current mainstream. I am stuck in the 50’s-70’s, so I’m not really “in the know” of new music. I do, however, tend to shy away from stuff that is super popular. For example, I’ve always LOVED The Beatles and always will, but now that they are “cool” I find myself not liking them as much and sorta critiquing them a lot more, just because everyone is all bee’s knees about them. My two favourite bands are The Band (not too popular these days) and Pink Floyd, who I guess is pretty mainstream, but at the time they weren’t as muhc. I dunno. People who listen to strictly underground shit because they want to listen t music no one has listened to pisses me off also. Stop being so pretentious, geezy.
The Band. Rustic, old-timey music pimps.
I just wanna point out David Gilmour and that HE’S THE SEXIEST MAN IN THE WORLD.
My very first memory comes from when I was 3 or so. My younger sisters were in the bathtub, and I had gone into the bathroom to go pee. I was wearing those footie pajamas and for some reason they had this weird plasticy material on the bottom of the foot. I remember zipping my pajamas back up, walking across the bathroom, and slipping in a puddle my sisters had splashed from the tub. The next thing I remember is sitting in the passenger seat of the car and my dad driving me to the hospital. I distinctly remember holding a wet, blue plaid dishcloth on my chin the whole ride there. Next thing I remember is laying on my back, in a white room, staring up at a white ceiling. I remember a doctor prodding at my chin, but I don’t remember it hurting, so I’m not sure if that was them putting my stitches in, or taking them out. Apparently it looked funny, like I had a little teen beard. But I still have the sweet scar on the bottom of my chin today! Badass.
Honestly, I would love to go anywhere. Everywhere is somewhere new to explore and experience. I’m not picky. I’d REALLY love to go to Germany, because my g-ma grew up there, and I love history (especially war history) so it’d just blow my mind to explore it.
As far as living, I don’t know! I really love Canada, but when I went to London, England last year I fell in love, and I’d totally love there. I wouldn’t live there for a long period (a couple years max probs) but it’d be an awesome experience.
Well have fun in Norway. Or if we switched bodies (I’d really like Cali) you can just go to north Canada (I’m in the south) and they have no light for like, 11 months or something ridiculous. The Land of the Midnight Sun, for real.
BTW, I have no idea how to reblog replies or anything like that; I’m just copy and pasting your replies into a new text post. How do I?
Day 11- Put your ipod on shuffle and write 10 songs that pop up.
I’d like to start this one by saying I’m sorry. I have like, 3 fave bands ever and I have their whole discography (which, in some cases, is like, 28 albums) on my ipod so there will be lots of one artist or the same song. Sorry. And I’m gonna legit do it, and not skip any.
1. Get Up Jake- The Band. I don’t think I’ve ever listened to this song.
2. Ain’t That Loving You Baby- Elvis. Again, don’t think I’ve ever listened to it.
3. I’m Ready- The Band. Sorry, nothing to say again. I hit the next button a lot.
4. Girl- The Beatles. This is a good song. It’s sad and reminds me of the creepy opening of Across the Universe.
5. To Kingdom Come- The Band. This is a good song, and Robbie Robertson actually sings it. Therefore the vocals are awful (he’s a bad singer) but it’s still a great song.
6. The Stones I Throw- The Band. DEAR GOD I LOVE THIS SONG. That is all.
7. Chest Fever- The Band. It took me a while to get into this song, but I love the intro and I’m totally in love with it now.
8. Memories- Elvis. I’ve never heard it.
9. Promised Land- The Band. Never listened.
10. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun- Pink Floyd. I’m surprised more PF didn’t come up. I have like, 26 Floyd albums on here. It’s not often I get the urge to listen to this song, or actually do, but man, when I do I remember how fan-fucking-tastic it is. So good.
So as you see, I have lots of The Band (my fave band ever) and Elvis on my ipod right now. I’m an oldies/classic rock kinda gal, so most people probably wouldn’t be very interested in my ipod anyway, haha.
I honest don’t really remember much of either. I don’t remember my first kiss at all, or where it was or anything. I know I was in high school, but I don’t know much from there. Sorry.
My first love was a dude named Paul, and we dated for a year and a half I think. I was like, 14 or something, so it was a really long time ago. I don’t remember much from that time (I have a bad memory for life experiences) but it was your average teenage relationship. He dumped me, and then I started dating my current boyfriend (we’ve been together almost 8 years) and never looked back. So yeah, boring. Sorry guys.
Day 08- A moment you felt the most satisfied with your life.
I am always satisfied with my life. Just being alive and having as much as I do is enough to be satisfied. I appreciate very much what I have, because it could always be so much worse. I don’t have any complaints.
On the other hand though, there is so much I wish I would have done, or that would come. Like, I am almost 24 and live with my parents working two part time jobs that go nowhere. In the back of my mind I am disappointed that I haven’t started anything “proper” yet, but then I think who says what proper is, and who says I even have to do that? I can do what I want. I have all the time in the world to get a regular jackoff’s job, and I plan on enjoying doing nothing while I’m young.
Overall, I am pretty satisfied I think, because I’m still young and can do whateva I want! Ask me this in 10 years, haha.
Day 07- Your zodiac sign and if you think it fits your personality.
I am a Sagittarius, bitches!
The website I am using says Sagittarius don’t waste their time worrying, and are positive people whom other people love to be around because of the positivity. They have a large heart and are always willing to help, and have large imaginations and big ideas. They also are aware of their bodies and always strive to have perfect bodies. They get bored easily, and are honest to a fault, therefore sometimes causing embarrassing situations. They avoid difficult situations or will analyze them until they go crazy. The Sagittarian is known for being very blunt and over confident.
That does sound a lot like me, haha. I am not imaginative at all however, and I have the most unperfect body ever. Although the rest is pretty spot on. I never worry or stress about things, and always try to stay positive. I am an incredibly honest person, and it’s caused many an awkward situation. I am blunt and over confident, but it’s because I’m so awesome!
Day 06- Write 30 interesting facts about yourself.
Let me preface by saying I know how far behind I am. I haven’t been home in like, a week, and therefore haven’t rally been around a computer to do teh internetz. So now I will bombard all your dashes with me.
As for this challenge, I don’t think I can come up with 30 interesting facts about myself. So I’ma just do 10.
1. I love my cat Eevie more than anything in the entire world.
2. I’ve always wanted to be a racecar driver, or a hockey referee
3. I love animals a crazy amount and I want to own a hobby farm one day.
4. I can’t feel my left thumb due to an unfortunate butcher knife accident.
5. I love to talk and will talk to you forever, especially if it’s online. I’m kinda shy in real life, unless I know you well.
6. I am a music elitist. I tried to deny it for so long, but I am.
7. I am a member of JCO, a J-Body appreciation group. A J-Body is a car body type, namely Sunfires and Cavaliers.
8. Speaking of, I drive a bright yellow 2 door 2001 Cavalier. I love that car so hard. It’s nothing special, but I just love it.
9. My grandma on my mom’s side is German (and says “oh ja” all the time, in response to everything) and my great, great grandparents on my dad’s side are British.
10. I have the best friends ever known to man. And my parents are pretty cool too.
Day 05- A time you thought about ending your own life.
I’m sorry everyone, but this is gonna be a short, boring one because I’ve never thought about ending my own life. Sure, shitty things have happened. I hated elementary and high school, I’ve been dumped, blah blah, but I’ve never wanted to end it all. I love living.
I’m one of those lucky stress-free, go with the flow, something-better-will-come-along-soon-don’t-fret people. So I’ve never wanted to kill myself because I knew it’d get better. And it has, I love my life. I never want it to change. I can’t understand why people kill themselves, but I can empathize with the victims of suicide. Every year when I was in high school (around 1700 students) a couple kids would commit suicide, so I am familiar with the issue. I know that everyone goes through circumstances that are awful (one of the now deceased student’s parents just sent him away to a boys home instead of actually parenting) but I just have an incredibly hard time thinking that suicide would be even a thought of an answer. For me, anyway. Because I’m an eternal optimist. It’s just sad that these people can’t/don’t have the resources/support system to get help. Because it gets better, it’s just hard to see that sometimes.
Gah, I don’t wanna do this one. I’ve never been into religion, not even been interested in learning about other ones (I know there are some really cool ones out there), because it’s really not my thing. So this will be mainly about Christianity because that’s what I know best.
Most religions (I think) promote peace and familyness and such, so why can’t they do that? Why must they hate? I know that sounds all rose coloured glasses and hippy, but people really piss me off. They preach forgiveness and neighbourlyness, but they are the first to cast off or judge. All these religious people against gay marriage for example. Who the fuck cares what some dudes or chicks down the road from you do. If you think gay people are damned, then let them be damned! It doesn’t affect you. Jesus said that a man shall not lay in another man’s bed or something, but he did not say that they can’t fuck. But that’s a rant for another day.
Anyway, people need to stop being so rude and judgmental and concerned about other people’s lives because “Jesus said so”. Jesus doesn’t give a shit.
BTW, I don’t believe in organized religion. I believe there’s something there, but not a dude in the sky. A spirit among us, or something. I still haven’t figured that all out yet.
At first my thoughts automatically went to recreational drugs and alcohol, because those are the fun ones. I didn’t even think about prescription drugs and whatnot. So I shall discuss both drugs.
As far as stuff like weed is concerned, pffft big deal. Who cares if people sit around in their living rooms and watch children’s shows and eat an obnoxious amount and then fall asleep? People should be able to, if they want. And if it was legalized, the government would make soooooo much money off the taxes on it. Of course that would lead to impaired driving and that shit, but people do it nowadays anyway. Drugs like pot and stuff are totally cool in my book. Hard stuff, like coke, heroin, chemical drugs, etc. are disgusting and dirty and no one should do them. Ew.
Prescription drugs I won’t go into much, because I’ve never really had to take any. I think if they are unnecessary and something else can be done for the issue, then they should be saved as a last option kinda dealy. Immunities are built up, addictions are formed, and super germs are created. That’s why I never take Tylenol or anything unless I absolutely have no other choice (usually a nap works great for a headache), and why I don’t use hand sanitizer. It just creates super germs and immunities that are harder to fight or require more drugs.
Alcohol is another matter. I LOVE getting drunk. Not for the buzz or high or whatever, but because I always have such a great time with my friends when we are wasted. I could live without alcohol if I just had them. But booze makes things so much fun haha. Of course, some people and alcohol don’t mix, but I don’t associate myself with them. Cuz they suck.
TL;DR later, some drugs and alcohol occasionally are good, some not.