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I would have to say singing! It always changes my perspective when I find a great song that I can sing. Honestly, I wish when I was younger I would have pursued a singing career...I don't forsee it now, but I still love it.
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Art and the Universe
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One thing that i love to do is to care for older people. I used to be a caregiver and i just loved to make them smile or try to comfort them. We cooked together, shared stores, and looked a pictures together. There were times when it was hard, some of these old folks are bitter and harsh. But i truly miss that job.
Posted 11/25/10

tinabop1 wrote:

One thing that i love to do is to care for older people. I used to be a caregiver and i just loved to make them smile or try to comfort them. We cooked together, shared stores, and looked a pictures together. There were times when it was hard, some of these old folks are bitter and harsh. But i truly miss that job.


Did you come with viagra?
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Posted 11/25/10

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tinabop1 wrote:

One thing that i love to do is to care for older people. I used to be a caregiver and i just loved to make them smile or try to comfort them. We cooked together, shared stores, and looked a pictures together. There were times when it was hard, some of these old folks are bitter and harsh. But i truly miss that job.


Did you come with viagra?


Oh how rude! She's American and probably Catholic!
I think she did,yeah...
Posted 11/25/10
Writing songs and riffs.

I've been playing guitar for 10 years ^_^

Just wish there was someone I could share my creations with
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Writing songs and riffs.

I've been playing guitar for 10 years ^_^

Just wish there was someone I could share my creations with


Writing riffs? And you've been playing the guitar for 10 years? I don't bloody believe you.
Also,are you kidding me? More than half of the UK plays some instrument or another, albeit poorly. Where the hell are you from exactly,Stoke-on-Trent? There are tons of people you could "share" your masterful creations with.

I should really stop spamming. This does count as spam in a way,right? Right...
Posted 11/25/10

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Chained_Angel wrote:

Writing songs and riffs.

I've been playing guitar for 10 years ^_^

Just wish there was someone I could share my creations with


Writing riffs? And you've been playing the guitar for 10 years? I don't bloody believe you.
Also,are you kidding me? More than half of the UK plays some instrument or another, albeit poorly. Where the hell are you from exactly,Stoke-on-Trent? There are tons of people you could "share" your masterful creations with.

I should really stop spamming. This does count as spam in a way,right? Right...


Cardiff, I meant creating riffs you get the idea. Masterful creations? I never said they were good, I need others opinions because I can't judge myself, its arrogant. Yeah I don't want to share my music with bastard emo kids thanks. I'd rather share them with someone of great musical knowledge, not some punk emo kid who think they're a rock star as soon as they pick up a fucking guitar. Let me know if you find someone worthy of my time. -__-
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Posted 11/25/10

Chained_Angel wrote:


IgorJacimovic wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:

Writing songs and riffs.

I've been playing guitar for 10 years ^_^

Just wish there was someone I could share my creations with


Writing riffs? And you've been playing the guitar for 10 years? I don't bloody believe you.
Also,are you kidding me? More than half of the UK plays some instrument or another, albeit poorly. Where the hell are you from exactly,Stoke-on-Trent? There are tons of people you could "share" your masterful creations with.

I should really stop spamming. This does count as spam in a way,right? Right...


Cardiff, I meant creating riffs you get the idea. Masterful creations? I never said they were good, I need others opinions because I can't judge myself, its arrogant. Yeah I don't want to share my music with bastard emo kids thanks. I'd rather share them with someone of great musical knowledge, not some punk emo kid who think they're a rock star as soon as they pick up a fucking guitar. Let me know if you find someone worthy of my time. -__-


I wasn't thinking about bastard emo kids but I like the sound of that.Good one.
Technically,it's not arrogant because in order to share your song with someone else you have to,or should, be satisfied with the way it sounds i.e. you like it.Get it?
Also,I genuinely hope you have a strong disliking for emo culture and emos in general because if you do,we have a lot in common.Crap,that sounded like a lazy come-on.I apologise.
Posted 11/25/10

IgorJacimovic wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:


IgorJacimovic wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:

Writing songs and riffs.

I've been playing guitar for 10 years ^_^

Just wish there was someone I could share my creations with


Writing riffs? And you've been playing the guitar for 10 years? I don't bloody believe you.
Also,are you kidding me? More than half of the UK plays some instrument or another, albeit poorly. Where the hell are you from exactly,Stoke-on-Trent? There are tons of people you could "share" your masterful creations with.

I should really stop spamming. This does count as spam in a way,right? Right...


Cardiff, I meant creating riffs you get the idea. Masterful creations? I never said they were good, I need others opinions because I can't judge myself, its arrogant. Yeah I don't want to share my music with bastard emo kids thanks. I'd rather share them with someone of great musical knowledge, not some punk emo kid who think they're a rock star as soon as they pick up a fucking guitar. Let me know if you find someone worthy of my time. -__-


I wasn't thinking about bastard emo kids but I like the sound of that.Good one.
Technically,it's not arrogant because in order to share your song with someone else you have to,or should, be satisfied with the way it sounds i.e. you like it.Get it?
Also,I genuinely hope you have a strong disliking for emo culture and emos in general because if you do,we have a lot in common.Crap,that sounded like a lazy come-on.I apologise.


Hmph thats quite alright, yeah I know what you mean. When I see an emo with a guitar, I want to personally go up to them and replace the instrument with another instrument that is of better use to them, a knife. My years of practice is enough for some people to believe I'm a good guitarist but its more than that to me.

Posted 11/25/10 , edited 11/25/10

J1nn wrote:

ok i just wrote a massive overview of myself but deleted it because i doubt anyone will give half a damn .. so i'll get to the point

recently my boxing instructor introduced me to an art i laughed at .. at first .. then it gripped me in a way i didn't expect .. this art is called calligraphy

i'm usually not into just writing but after a while with it i began noticing words .. letters ... the way that they're designed .. a method of communication turned to an art .. witnessing the words in a way i never felt before .. like no word goes to waste .. instead of just scanning through looking for the meaning i can appreciate every letter in the word and bring myself closer to the writer and his very emotions letter by letter instead of sentence by sentence ... word by word

i feel the emotion behind each letter and discover the true meaning behind the message ... i thought this shit would be pure boring at first but as i got into it it made me see life altogether differently ... each brick, each item in a household .. everything has a meaning ...

has anything inspired you in such a way that you altogether see life itself differently .. especially something so simple .. as simple as writing



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Hey kid....
You suck at boxing.
Just stick with doing scribbles.
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Umm... i have to say... fashion~
When I first started drawing all the people I made had PLAIN clothing, if it was a guy it was just a white shirt white pant, and if it was a girl a plain boxy looking dress. My friends actually kept on telling me to draw better clthing, they always told me the clothing looked so lame and ruined the picture because it was so simple and plain. I didnt want to at first, I thought it was an annoyance. THen I tried it and I started drawing better clothing on the people. After that I really started to like drawing clothing and one night when I was drawing my sister asked me about how good the clothingI drew was. And I said really? Because I just couldnt believe her. Then I started drawing clothing more and more. Now I enjoy drawing only clothing (well mostly) and some people can't believe I am the one who draws it, they think I copy it from other places sometimes. This has honest;y changed me ALOT. It showed me how differently people are viewed just by the clothing they where and made me fall in love with clothing and fashion. I ued to dress just like everyone else or even just in comfort clothes and now I can say I am one of the best dressed people in my school. Changing my style made me seem much friedlier and so much more. It has really changed my life (:
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Posted 11/25/10
Uhh cooking? Being the tomboy as a young kid drove me to hate anything feminine.... But for some reason I always like fixing food, even if only in small amounts and for myself.
Still can't fix anything elaborate though... But hot cereal(uhh oatmeal sort of stuff) combined with pudding is REALLY GOOD!
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