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[livejournal.com profile] sir_yessir tagged me in a meme. This must mean he wants to know all of my secrets.

Here goes.

Write three facts, two quirks, and two habits about you, then tag 8 people to do it too.

I bet this is the highlight of your day. )
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So I grabbed this meme from her.

"Everyone has things they blog about. Everyone has things they don't blog about. Challenge me out of my comfort zone by telling me something I don't blog about, but you'd like to hear about, and I'll write a post about it. Ask for anything: latest movie watched, last book read, political leanings, thoughts on yaoi, favorite type of underwear, life experiences etc. Repost in your own journal so that we can all learn more about each other."

Do it.
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The rules are easy, just post 10 things that recently made you happy! Then tag 7 people and force them to post this meme on their LJs. Because it is good. Everyone needs a little happiness once in a while.

ZOMG Happiness meme!!!! )
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So, here's how it works:

1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle.
3. Press play.
4. For every question, type the song that's playing.
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button.
6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool....

Opening Credits: Manhattan Skyline - The Kings of Convenience (Eh. Pretty shitty opening credits. Too slow and dreamy, full of goodbyes and sort of rainy imagery. It would have to be a movie that begins in the middle.

Waking Up: The Boy Looked at Johnny - The Libertines (I guess it could work as an alarm clock, and a rushed wake up, except it talks about New York City in the night time? I guess my movie is taking place in NYC. Maybe I'm just waking up at night. Dunno. So far this movie kind of sucks.)

Falling In Love: I Will Do These Things - Azure Ray (That's more like it. A song about falling in love! In kind of a creepy, overprotective way, not allowing your heart to be where mine's been... but that's ok. Very slow and heart-beat like, whispery lyrics. This isn't going to be the most fated love...)

Fight Song: カフェーテラスでお茶をどうぞ - Ali Project (Oh my god, this is the most fucked up hyper cute fight ever! Sped up, running around, bonking each other with foam swords, lots of hiding and running away and rather loony-toons-like hyjinks.)

Breaking up: Cloud Blood - Ani DiFranco (Perfect. Absolutely. This song is definitely about a break up, wondering what each other meant, wondering why I don't call, driving from midnight until dawn, wondering where the other went. A great song.)

Prom: Fall - Something Corporate (Pretty good for a prom song. That whiny high school sound. Also, about whiny high school kids makin' out and not being able to handle it. Faltering as the music stops. That was prom all right.)

Life: Carry Me Home - Hem (Um, ok. Kind of strange... leaving a dead man in a valley, feeling dirty, leaving Ohio with your friend Jessie and she says she knows you'll bury him and carry her home. Okay. I hope my life doesn't end up like that. But deceptively creepy--the music is beautiful.)

Driving: Modern Romance - The Rapture (I hope driving doesn't sound like this. It opens with a bunch of horn-like sounds, and then some shouting. It'd be pretty hard-core driving.)

Flashback: Dorian Tocatta and Fugue - Bach (I guess this is kind of a creepy flashback.)

Getting back together: Don't Be Afraid to Sing - Stars (Appropriate. I won't pretend I can see the end, it's far away, it's in the distance. Too afraid to fall, to fall for anything.)

Wedding: That Dress Looks Nice on You - Sufjan Stevens (Okay, nice wedding song, but not for the party part. It's too quiet. Maybe for afterwards. The dress looks nice, he can see a lot of bright in you, he can see a lot of life in you.)

Birth of Child: Yesterday Never Tomorrows - The Stills (Er. Unless you have sex with babies? Not real appropriate. But the I wish this could last forever, why can't this last forever lines are okay for having a kid, I guess. Poor kids.)

Final Battle: Hurricane - Lisa Loeb and Nine Tails (Yeah, this would work. it would be one of those slowed down scenes, and it would have to be a pretty bloody battle, but I think it would work.

Death Scene: The Dumbing Down of Love - Frou Frou (Good, I think. Slow and sad. About the dumbing down of love, you know? It's turning out all wrong. And if I tell you, lover alone without love, what will happen--will you miss him?)

Funeral Song: This Box Contains - Ani DiFranco (Eh. Sad little thirty-second song. Short funeral scene, I guess.)

End Credits: Everything Right is Wrong Again - They Might Be Giants (man, my soundtrack falls apart at the end... sad end to a movie. And yet, silly end to a movie. I prefer the next song that came on, Angeles by Elliot Smith. Much more appropriate, I think)

Ok, some good ones, some bad ones. If I could keep the good ones and then find better ones for the bad ones, I'd have one great soundtrack!
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