Maybe it is something like that, I don't know. I'll try and look for the thread. Changing the subject... I remember reading about a powerlifting champ that recommending listening to music you hate while training because it makes you aggressive... that never worked for me. I always liked AC/DC.
I think funk works for exercise.. mostly a consistent driving beat..like it's there,and it's fun, but not a lot parts where distracts too much. Probably the same reason many use dance music too.
I'm actually a heavy metal fan. Mostly glam-metal. I always will be, because it holds a special place in my heart. It reminds me of good times.
I had a gigantic Jon Bon Jovi poster in my bedroom when I was 17. Went to many concerts, smoked tons 'o pot, drank lots 'o liquor, hung out in heavy metal dive-bars, and dated the guys. Those were the days. If only men still looked that good..... stretch pants and long hair.
The difference between ENFP Te and ESTJ Te is that ESTJs don't use it as a tool for a specific purpose (e.g. for bitchslapping). We just use it all the time and don't know how to communicate without it. I used it a bit harsher in this thread because, since you use it that way, I thought I was speaking your language.
Ah well! Learned my lesson there.
^Frogs are cute!
So thank you for the flattering metaphor!
Let the record show that I beat Elfboy at his own game.
Aw but you have a whole new world of music to explore! What's not to be excited about??
I'm not mad at you, you just beat me fair and square (albeit unintentionally)
I only said I was emo because you got me started listening to evanescence again and it made me feel kinda sad listening to it
you have nothing to apologize for
ENFP: We put the Fi in Fire
Motivation: Dark Worker
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
MTG Color: black/red
Male Archtype: King/Lover
"You are a gay version of Gambit" Speed Gavroche
"I wish that I could be affected by any hate, but I can't, cuz I just get affected by the bank" Chamillionaire
Oh btw, one of my best friends who is a definite INFJ also loves Def Leppard. I believe she's fond of Aerosmith too.
EDIT: I might as well admit it, I find male rock stars incredibly sexy too. There are actually hardly any female pop/rock singers I like - and those I do are mostly more on the "pop" side (the amazing Chrissy Hynde of the Pretenders is an exception).
I just think you need testosterone to truly rock out, baby. And if you have testosterone, awesome music and attitude, you can rock anything and I will adore you, even if you are not conventionally handsome and even if you choose to wear ridiculous clothing.
I like a lot of rock music, but I don't like "rock music" itself, because it isn't really real. Genres are mostly collections of standards & cliches. & hip-hop has the most of all, even though I do like hip-hop as a genre.
"Man is free, but his freedom ceases when he has no faith in it."
God, I don't know. What you might refer to as "rock" music is just something you feel in your bones. That being said, it varies with the mood. I wouldn't listen to Converge for the same reasons that I might listen to Bon Jovi.
You're better off going for prog rock or math rock, since you seem to like the idea of complexity in your music. If you're into Celtic stuff, then folk metal isn't a bad place to start either, especially the groups that incorporate lots of traditional instruments and female melodic vocals.
1w9 sx/sp A little song, a little dance, a little seltzer down your pants.
All that is gold does not glitter
Not all those who wander are lost