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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Long live the 70s !
    Isn't your girl an INFP? Whats her preference? 60s? 70s? An entirely different time?
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    Ugh that's hard to tell for me. My girlfriend comes from a very musical household, she alone plays 4 instruments. I dont think she has a special area she likes the most, she is more like me and picks the best from all time. When I got to know her she mainly listened to alot of depressive metal cr.. stuff like Korn. She tho were the first woman I met in my life who liked Goa psytrance and that was by the time what I was listening to. I was very surprised I thought an open-minded and spontaneous woman like that couldnt exist. Nowadays she has ripped some techno cd's from me and wants to equip her car with a bass output amplifier. She mostly listens to retro techno, but she did that all by herself. I didnt actively influence her or maybe I did, I dunno

    Here's her favourite atm:
    [youtube="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjTV8i_KjXM"].[/youtube]

    And I have to add since the beginning of December there's a cd with american christmas songs in her car, which I definitly have to steal over night one time. Not that I dont like christmas songs but when you heard "Last Christmas" for the quadribillionth time, you want to do that too
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    ^ Thats really sweet. So, late 90s - early 00s?

    I'm kidding of course, nobody has to be pigeon-holed in a time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Kinda strong opinionated for that inculpable avatar, why in the world wouldnt you love the Bee Gees or Queen ?
    I'm always strongly opinionated. It comes with age and always being right. I wish.

    The Bee Gees sucked and Queen mostly sucked. What's inculpable, anyway. My avatar is sweet and goes with my user title. She's saying she's in trouble, life sucks and then she went outside to the swing to pout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuddleRiver View Post
    I'm always strongly opinionated.
    Haha you could say the same about me, though I'm actually not ALWAYS strongly opinionated, just about things I care about.



    The Bee Gees sucked and Queen mostly sucked.


    I like 70's music.

    My avatar is sweet and goes with my user title. She's saying she's in trouble and life sucks.
    The combo of your avatar and the words "in a hollowy place" make me think of West Virginia.

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    Well I hope she gets the swing again. Dunno she looks so curiously into the copse the sun is shining thru, if she just swings two or three times with just enough pep, she maybe can fly towards the sun leaving all that was buging her behind. Would need proper shoes tho, the landing after an attitude flight needs to be well coordinated
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Well I hope she gets the swing again. Dunno she looks so curiously into the copse the sun is shining thru, if she just swings two or three times with just enough pep, she maybe can fly towards the sun leaving all that was buging her behind. Would need proper shoes tho, the landing after an attitude flight needs to be well coordinated
    *sighs*

    Children in hollowy places don't wear shoes when they're on the yard swing.

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    And the 70s had ABBA
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    1970's was also the age of Soviet Funk. Comrade Brezhnev approved!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    *sighs*

    Children in hollowy places don't wear shoes when they're on the yard swing.
    This is correct. I hate shoes and yes I live in WV and yes, I'm lovin' it. Beats the heck out of where I was born and partly grew up, namely Florida.

    ABBA was fine, a lot of the groups of the time were fine, but the 70s became synonomous (sp) with Disco and I hate it. I liked a lot of groups, namely Jim Croce (obviously not a group ) The Doobie Brothers and some other real rock bands of the time. I have very eclectic tastes in music, I like all kinds, just not disco, most country and dixieland jazz (limited amounts).
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