What's your least favorite minority?
Walking Dead aside, tell me about some graphic novels and comics you've enjoyed.
Kylie, to make this about me for a minute, thank you for suggesting that I would be a pretty baby maker. I think.
Kylie, how do you feel about feminism as a movement? How do you feel about the designation "feminist" as it currently applies?
Kylie, if you were going to make a biographical mix tape describing your life, what would be on it?
Jack Mormons can be really fun. Just FYI.
K, if you could change one thing about your life right now what would it be?
Just saw the "war hardened body" thing. Crikey.
Triceratops. I think they are more interesting looking, but I like that TRex have little arms.
My most recent regret was either taking a friendship for granted or placing too much trust in someone that didn't deserve it. I'm still trying to navigate through some of it.
Worst memory was right after my 7th grade spring concert. I went over to my best friends house to get ready even though my step-mother wanted me to get ready at our home. I sang my first solo during "Danny Boy". I went to find my family afterwards and was greeted by my mother with flowers. One of my sisters was there, my dad, and my grandparents. They all hugged me and told me that I did a fantastic job. The first thing out of my step-mother's mouth was that I should have gotten ready at home because I looked awful. My hair was a mess and I wasn't wearing enough make-up. It broke my heart.
Happiest memory was at my graduation party. I had all of my family with me and had the BEST food. The icing on the cake was when my dad got teary eye'd. He isn't the emotional type, but was so proud and nervous for me that he got all choked up. I was the only person in my immediate family to graduate, so to everyone it was a really big deal.
Proudest memory was winning nationals in cheerleading my senior year or successfully giving a speech to over 10,000 people.
I think it's just completely and utterly gorgeous.
I am going to try reading The Last Man the next time I get in the mood to read a comic, but I am going to take a break and read some novels.
I think that it's important to define and defend out economic, political and social rights as an equal sex. It is also important to be vocal about women's issues. I think that feminists get a bad name from extremists that fight for a lot of the same rights. Some extremist in feminism look down on women that choose to stay home, mother children, and cook while I think that with the equality comes the right to choose. I also think that many people mistake a feminist for just pro-women when a true feminist is interested in the liberation of males as well. That being said, I do not classify myself as a feminist because I feel that their is a certain chivalry that men should possess that sort of contradicts really strict feminist beliefs. Also, the extremists that call themselves feminists ruin the movement.
I hope I didn't sound too daft discussing the above topic.
Portishead because of the vulnerability and self consciousness that Beth portrays has been a huge part of my life.
DFA or something equally as aggressive sounding because as a child I'd get into a lot of fist fights.
Radiohead because some of their lyrics just hit some of the lows I've had in my life. (I want to be someone else or I'll explode.)
Peter Bjorn & John or Belle & Sebestian because at some points I've been upbeat and cheerful.
PJ Harvey because she's strong and sometimes abrasive and I've been at this point in my life, too.
Lykke Li because she writes about love the way I feel it.
Massive Attack because I'd like to consider myself a sensual being.
I'm stuck on a female artist that write about maternal things. I've taken care of a lot of babes growing up and possess that quality still.
I'm sure I could list more, but I think this hits most points in my life.
malcolm already asked a fart question...
I also like Dinah Washington and Billie Holiday.
you answered it perfectly. move on to the fart and anal drug ingestion questions now.
Do girls poop?
Ok, Kylie. I wont fight him.
i haven't asked this in a while: What is your ultimate physical pain story?
Hey Cap, explain your Anna Paquin sig please? i must know!
Would you spend the next two years of your life as a clubfooted drooling hunchback with a lazy eye if it meant that afterward you'd be instantly transformed into your personal ideal of physical beauty for the rest of your life? You experience no physical pain, but must continue to live out your current life among your current acquaintances.
Boris - 7/29 - The Mohawk
NIN/Soundgarden/ - 8/14 - Austin 360
Woods - 8/20 - Holy Mountain
Jamie xx - 8/27 - The Mohawk
Little Dragon - 8/31 - Moody Theater
Ty Segall - 9/5 - The Mohawk
Seth Troxler - 9/5 - Vulcan Gas Company
Black Lips/King Khan & BBQ Show - 9/12 - J. Lorraine Ghost Town
"Hey girls, hey boys, Superstar DJ's, here we go!"
I hope you praised Jesus for helping to boost your ego back then, Kylie. Now, I'm curious about the classmates you used. Were they used as props to make you look smart, or were you simply utilizing them as stage hands in the talent show? And if you don't mind sharing...What exactly was the advice your grandmother gave you? Would it possibly be, "When all else fails, flash your tits?"
Ah, and before you say a thing, first let me apologize for my faux paus in another thread the other day. I believe I was referencing your board title, and blurted out Board Whore instead of Board Attention Whore...There is a difference, isn't there?
Its like the Infinite Monkey Theorem, if you put X amount of monkeys in a room with a typewriter and ask them to give you Shakespeare 99% of them will fling their shit at you while the other 1% will masturbate in the corner.