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My oh-so glorious return to Live Journal

May. 25th, 2013 | 02:15 am
location: Outerspace
mood: accomplished accomplished
music: The thoughts swimming in my head

This is an interesting feeling - being on this site again. I've been on it for so many years (although not very actively), so reading the few past entries.... Feels like an entirely different version of myself. Like the feeling of a slightly different you looking back at you from the mirror.

I am 22 years old now, & view life as every moment being a precious gift I'm happy to receive. Safe to say I'm quite a bit more mature now in my old age ;). Today I have feel I have accomplished a lot, & as a result feel I'd like to re-open this journal to help me keep track of my ever-winding mind, & growing plans for world domination.

Although I want to start fresh, it would be untrue to myself to delete my past thoughts just because I have outgrown the feelings attached. The best way to go about this would be to edit for my own piece of mind. If you do not have a clear view of your identity.... Who's life are really you living?...

At the moment I've been looking at tattoo ideas. I only have one on my right hip that is unfinished, & has been since right before my 19th birthday. It is Zero, Jack Skellington's ghost dog from Nightmare Before Christmas. As many hardcore NMBC fans, I became absolutely enamored with it as a young child, & my love for it always seems to grow. However, my true bond was always been felt very deeply  with Zero. I was 2 or 3 upon first viewing, & at that age you really can't explain the reason why you're so attached to something, you just feel it with the core of your being. So although it was a spur-of-the-moment tattooed by a friend-of-a-friend affair, I knew I need to pick something I would never regret painting my body with. It is this mentality, of wanting them to be truly special, as to why I haven't gotten more. But I'll be damned if not I'm getting ansty!!

Although it's 2:12AM in the morning, it's feeling like a great time to go rollerblading:


Downloading music for my mp3

Apr. 14th, 2009 | 01:36 am
mood: sick sick
music: Hole - Malibu

So I'm going to make a list of some of the songs I want so I don't forget any...
Anyone who could be reading this, feel free to make suggestions. I <3 new music.

Armor for Sleep
Kind of Perfect
End of the World
Basement Ghost Singing
The Truth about Heaven
Smile for the Camreas
Avenged Sevenfold
A Little Piece of Heaven
Burn it Down
Seize the Day
Critial Acclaim
Almost Easy
To End the Rapture
The Art of Subconcious Mind
Warmness on the Soul
An Epic of Time Wasted
Lips of Deceit
Eternal Rest
Dear God
From First to Last
Failure by Desinger Jeans
All We Know
Here We Go Again
Let this go
My Heart
Oh Star
I Caught Myself
The Matches
Papercut Skin
Dog-eared Page
I Hate Sally
Hannah, Hannah
Bree bree
Sex Toyz
Sorry I am
True Love
2 Drunk 2 Drive
Detroit Rock City

& obviously more but I can't think anymore. Now off to read the fourth Twilight book.... =|

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Apr. 5th, 2009 | 04:38 pm
mood: crushed crushed

Why am I willing to trust again? Am I fucking masochistic?! How could someone you love change so quickly.... Into someone so cold.. Why am I so quick to run straight back into a situation I know will blow up in my face? Love shouldn't be so... conditional... What if I don't live up to being perfect enough?  What if I get thrown aside again?

fuck relationships...

Apr. 5th, 2009 | 02:53 pm
mood: high high
music: Armor for Sleep - Willamsburg

So I'm sitting here, high as a kite. It's 2:55PM, beautiful day outside.  It's weird using this as a journal... (goddam I feel emo)  Apparentely my age is
Your true age is very young! You are very energetic and refuse to act like your parents did just yet. You have successfully managed to prolong your youthful days and others can clearly see it. But who cares what other people think! You love to be free and unbound to the constraints of life

according to facebook........


Apr. 4th, 2009 | 01:44 pm
mood: pissed off pissed off
music: stupid fucking rap music in the background

So I'm mad because it's so tedious to put music on MP3 player, & the program I need is deleted....  So I'm suck with the same fucking songs... Goddamnit. I wish I had a computer....

alcohol is funnnnnnnnn..........

Mar. 29th, 2009 | 07:23 am
mood: drunk drunk
music: Slipknot - Pulse of the Maggots

So I haven't been on this site in ages. All my commmuties are dead. This sucks. Not having a computer makes posting hard... I'm just writing here because I'm bored & have nothing better to do & need to wait for my boyfriend to wake up... I guess I should try to be more active on here... Time to play some World of Warcraft. Yeah!

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Jun. 3rd, 2007 | 09:10 am
mood: listless listless
music: "Sink into the Underground" - CKY

Random bullshit that comes to my mind...

Feb. 26th, 2006 | 08:14 am
mood: okay okay
music: The Clash - "Train in Vain"

Well, I figured I might as well update this damn thing...
I don't really like the idea of having my own livejournal... I just like joining communitys. & since I don't have the internet anymore, I can't exactly expand upon this username... I'd love to be able to do all the cool things most people on here do. Like colorbars, friends only banners & icons... I'm sad. All the communitys I used to be in have died. Oh welll..... BILLIE JOE DYED HIS HAIR BLOND! I'm so happy. He looks sexy. I've been wanting him to dye it for two yars almost!! Hehe... Maybe I'll get better at this site... I hope so. Maybe I can actually make some friends. *rolls eyes* I actually only joined this site for Green Day icons.... I'm babysitting, just hanging out listening to The Clash... It's 8:19AM. I'm tired. Been up all night... & I don't really have much to say. I thought I'd give this thing a try.... I think this is going to be my 4th entry. & all the others are bullshit.... I'm done. Tootles.

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Jun. 4th, 2005 | 12:40 pm
mood: groggy groggy
music: The Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop

Fuck it, I'm gonna update this damned journal. Why, I am not aware of. Just feel like it. Finally got a Green Day layout, which the wonderful & talented urmycowboy320 made. I wonder how the hell'd she do it. It's so confusing. Honestly, I've really got nothing else to say... Expect that I'm gonna see Green Day for the second time. My daddy bought tickets. I didn't even have to ask him this time. He's been hooked on them ever since the last concert. He actually stole my American Idiot that night. So now I'm gonna see them again. Shitty Jimmy Eat World will be there. But I s'ppose that's not as bad as Sugarcult & New Found Glory, though. & I still don't see why a band as great as Green Day is coming to Barrie. They're too good for this little shit town. Later I'm gonna upload some GD videos on yousendit, even though I don't think (nor care) if anybody reads this. If they do, they must have no lives.

lj-cuts don't like me...

Jan. 17th, 2005 | 06:50 am
mood: exhausted exhausted
music: the ringing in my ears..

So here's the live review I promised. It's fromthe magazine Blender & yeah... There are pictures it on greendayconcerts.com. &I'm now going to bed.G'night.


    Bunny costumes, Super Soakers &guy-guy kisses: Happy Halloween from pop-punk’s elder statesmen


Green Day


Patriot Center, Fairway, VA


October 31, 2004 ****



WRITING A PUNK ROCK OPERA – Like recording a duets album or baring your breast at the Super Bowl – is usually a sign of career desperation. But, after 15 years & seven albums, not very much is usual about Green Day. For example, it should be safe to expect their concerts to be packed with nostalgic Gen Xers. But the girl sitting next to Blender who hisses “Tsk, kids today!” is barely 22 herself!

       Tonight, the Patriot Center is jammed with screaming teens who were in kindergarten when Green Day broke it big with Dookie in 1994.A gaggle of gawky girls who look more suited to LiveJournals than live shows nearly burst out of their Simple Plan T-shirts & pleather studded belts with excitement.

       And why not? Even though singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt &drummer Tré Cool are all dads on the far side of 30, they’ve always prided themselves on being juvenile – their first hit, “Longview,” which tonight receives the loudest roar, is about whacking off to bad cable TV. And while their chart-topping new album, American Idiot, is a rock opera, it chronicles the same shiftless suburban lives as always, only with a newfound wisdom & ambition.

        Any fears that Green Day have lost their spunk vanish quickly. As “Y.M.C.A.” blares, an unidentified man in a pink bunny suit emerges to pump up the crowd. Armstrong is wearing a George W. Bush mask & a red devil’s tail. Tré Cool is done up like Benji Madden from Good Charlotte. Dirnt is still the coolest man in rock & therefore does not wear a costume.

        The first three songs are the first three from the new record, & while they’re plenty political, they’re also dizzyingly catchy, & the crowd sings every word. While Green Day may be punks, they’re also rock-star vets: Their songs don’t simply end – they’re linked with extended jams, jokes & audience call-&-response games. During a cover of Operation Ivy’s “Knowledge” three fans are pulled onstage. The diminutive Armstrong blows kisses, mimes masturbation & kisses a male fan on the lips. And that’s all before bringing out the Super Soaker for “Brainstew.”

         Two hours later, Green Day finish strong with the haunting new fan-favorite “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” & a straight-faced, surprisingly moving cover Queen’s “We Are the Champions.” Before a closing solo of “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life),” Armstrong finally sounds like a dad when he tells the audience to vote: “Don’t let these old motherfuckers determine your future!” Fifteen years in & no need for a recount – Green Day are still one of the best live shows in rock."