This song actually brings memories of my first quarter at SCAD, especially when the 3 of us would stay in our dorm and veg out by our computers and lofty beds. Paige asked what the mysterious song coming from next door was, since it was on loop nonstop for a day. Peyton looked through her music, I had no idea.
Finally, Peyton beamed, “Bon Iver?” Oh, how could I forget him? The guitar reverberated and it became a classic in room 462.
And I told you to be patient And I told you to be fine And I told you to be balanced And I told you to be kind
And now all your love is wasted And who the hell was I? I’m breaking at the bridges And at the end of all your lines
Someone who is obsessed with Japan/Japanese Culture/Anime, etc. and attempts to act as if they were Japanese, even though they’re far from it. They use Japanese words but usually end up pronouncing them wrong and sounding like total assholes. You can find alot of these faggots clogging up the forums of Gaia Online, hanging out in the international aisle of the supermarket, or crowding the manga section of your local bookstore. Synonym of wapanese.” - Urban Dictionary
They forgot a few things, but yes.
It’s the worst thing ever when it’s combined with Twilight/vampires. -shudder-
I think it’s a tie between this and California Gurls by Katy Perry. Just the thought of both of them, make me shudder. The song is crude, pointless, repetitive and unoriginal. It’s without purpose. UUUGH. x__x
“My face in thine eye, thine in mine appears,
And true plain hearts do in the faces rest;
Where can we find two better hemispheres,
Without sharp north, without declining west?
Whatever dies, was not mixed equally;
If our two loves be one, or, thou and I
Love so alike, that none do slacken, none can die.”—
01 - Your current favorite song 02 - Your current least favorite song 03 - A song that makes you happy 04 - A song that makes you sad 05 - A song that reminds you of someone 06 - A song that reminds of you of somewhere 07 - A song that reminds you of a certain event 08 - A song that you know all the words to 09 - A song that you can dance to 10 - A song that makes you fall asleep 11 - A song from your favorite band 12 - A song from a band you hate 13 - A song that is a guilty pleasure 14 - A song that no one would expect you to love 15 - A song that describes you 16 - A song that you used to love but now hate 17 - A song that you hear often on the radio 18 - A song that you wish you heard on the radio 19 - A song from your favorite album 20 - A song that you listen to when you’re angry 21 - A song that you listen to when you’re happy 22 - A song that you listen to when you’re sad 23 - A song that you want to play at your wedding 24 - A song that you want to play at your funeral 25 - A song that makes you laugh 26 - A song that you can play on an instrument 27 - A song that you wish you could play 28 - A song that makes you feel guilty 29 - A song from your childhood 30 - Your favorite song at this time last year
Batman, hands down. Ever since I was kid, growing up with two brothers, it felt like the animated series was always on television at the perfect time. I would’ve gone with The Punisher, but Batman’s got more style and class, even though they’re both vigilantes.
As for now, the Batman Begins-version is waaay better than The Dark Knight-version. Christian Bale, good-looking as he is, should get rid of that voice. It cramps the Bat’s style, y’know?
"Hush" by Jeph Loeb, Jim Lee, Scott Williams is my favorite version of Batman next to the original animated one. It’s raw, gritty, and the emotions between Batman and those he connects with are pretty real. (But unlike him, I guess I’d kill the Joker eventually heh heh)
Superman’s too goody-twoballetshoes for me. I think Batman kicks his ass, always and forever.