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Writer's Block: Kill the music

What is the absolute worst song ever written? For what amount of money would you consider listening to it over and over again for 24 hours?

at the moment, I think the worst song is That's Not My Name, (or whatever that song is called) By the Ting Tings. That song is...not a song, it's like, a formula to make all ears bleed. Lyrically, musically, rhythmically it's not put together well at all. And Vocally the girl's voice is mediocre at best (though she has potential she chooses to be ear shatteringly boring). I'd have to get paid One million dollars for every drum beat to let me sit their and listen to that song over and over for 24 hours.

Another song I really really hate is Bite the Hand that Feeds, by Nine Inch Nails, I love NIN but I HATE that song. Oh don't even get me started there is almost NOTHING good about that song, I can't even....UGH!!!! -explodes-


When will I have the will power to be pretty? To be how I want to be? Can some one answer me that?

Writer's Block: Name your passion

What are you most passionate about and why?

Music. Hands down. I think that I'm so passionate about Music because just one song, can tell so many stories or have so many emotions. It's powerful enough to save peoples lives as it is to break them down into tears. It can be anything and be passionate. Rap is my least favorite music and I've broken into tears from some brilliant Rap songs that were well written. I've cried at a song that my Choir was sampling, it was really great and I'm not a big fan of choir music either! That is why music is my one true love.
How has technology’s constant presence affected your (or your child’s) education?

For me, personally, I believe it has helped me quite a bit. Well, the computer at least, but I've noticed that people around me who are constantly texting on their "sell" phones, their spelling seems to be less the accurate. I've noticed the internet has taught me many things that a book certainly wouldn't. Not that it's teaching me not to read, it's only making me more interested in books and certain subjects. I don't even like the idea of technology being around so much, but I certainly believe it's made me more educated and aware. And I'm sixteen, by the way

Writer's Block: Role model

Is there any character from a novel or film that serves as a role model to you? What kind of advice do you think she or he would give you regarding any major issues you're facing right now?

Holden Caulflied. We both have the same hypocritical views on life, people and fake imagery. I think we would also be good friends, so that's a plus.

I would definitely ask him about my mild anorexia problem, and ask what he thought about it, and what i should do. He'd probably be truthful too, so he'd most likely let me no about what's fat and what's not, so that could be helpful


I feel icky. In my tummy.

I'm going to do my make up now, and it will be pretty

Stephen Lynch

My current obsession at the moment. He is funny as hell and amazing

-Stephen Lynch, 3 Balloons (deflating of course, but that's the name of the album) Love him!!!
If a magic genie told you your calories wouldn't count for 24 hours, would it change what and how much you ate that day?
Honestly, I don't think I would. I have a bad problem of monitoring my food intake, obsessive compulsively, almost. I feel gross when I eat so much, so maybe I'd eat more sweets, but not a lot. It's kind of a problem.


I'm trying to use this site as creative reasoning but i have nothing creative to say....pity....


I seriously have a feeling that some one i know, who is calling themselves my "friend" doesn't really like me much.

I wonder who it is.

It could just as easily be my usual paranoia though