I'm seriously considering visiting San Fransisco for my graduation present from high school in a year. Would you and beatbox be at all interested in showing me around if I did? I'm just curious!
As much as we love playing tour guide, I think we both generally do that for close friends… We are also both old :P Our idea of a good time would probably not match up with that of a new high school grad!
“So therefore I dedicate myself to myself, to my art, my sleep, my dreams, my labors, my suffrances, my loneliness, my unique madness, my endless absorption and hunger - because I cannot dedicate myself to any fellow being.”—Jack Kerouac (via yimmyayo)
Hip Hop- I actually listen to the really dirty southern rap when I workout, like Crime Mob and Lil Boosie. But other than that, Common, Notorious B.I.G (always), and some “newer” guys too like T.I and Young Jeezy.
All that being said I also love Glee.
I’ve only had one girlfriend, who is (mostly) Mexican. But, I am generally attracted to ethnic women.
Is it hard being an adult and living on your own? As a high schooler, were you anxious to leave and grow up on your own/discover yourself?
I’ve been on my own for 5 years now, and anything new is always a challenge. I honestly feel that life is a constant process of getting to know yourself, we are all changing all the time. I am a completely different person than I was 5 years ago, and I have no doubt that I will yet again find a reinvented version of myself another 5 years from now. Stay young as long as you can… you will end up treasuring your teenage years later (regardless of your expereince), trust me.
Out of these bands, which do you know or listen to? :: Florence and the Machine, Matt & Kim, Tegan and Sara, Explosions in the Sky, Paramore, VersaEmerge, Sick of Sarah, LIGHTS, Bruce Springsteen, Ellie Goulding, Steel Train, The Shins, and Hesta Prynn
I know of a few, but don’t really listen to any. I generally listen to R&B or rap/hip hop.