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I Hate Country...

I love it all!  And in no particular order...

Punk Rock ( Alright... I just need to clarify... S*@! 182 or whatever the hell that band's called is not Punk Rock you guys! ), Crust Punk, Gutter Punk, Hard Rock, Metal, just a smidget of death metal ( let's face it all death metal is today are nothing but a bunch of emo's with dropped balls resulting in deeper voices for heavier music... that's IT! They still **** and moan about the same petty ****! )

Moving on....

Alternative Rock ( hey, Alanis Morrisette was alternative rock! And she was one kick *** pissed off Canadian! I APPROVE! ) Soft Rock ( **** Kenny G though! I don't care anyone says! That romantic elevator music crap can kiss mine!... and on that note A BIG BIRD to Phil F&*#in Collins! The only thing he ever had was Genesis and after that he had to sell his soul to Disney!!! But that doesn't matter anyways because Peter Gabriel was the REAL talent and we all KNOW IT! )...

movin on... 

Hard Rock, Big Hair Rock, New Wave, Funk, Folk, Bluegrass, A smidget of Rap, Blues, Jazz, Afrobeats, Australian Pub Rock, Electronica, Industrial, Trance, EuroTrance, Dubstep, Irish Fold, Traditional Hungarian Gypsy music, Indie, House, Garage, Raggae, Salsa and Opera.

Well, I'm starting to draw blanks if anyone wants to throw another one out there I'll tell you whether I like it or not complete with my own professional two cented opinion.

Notice you will not find Country on this list... for some odd reason, it makes my ears bleeds so I have to refrain from such pleasures.
gypsofbabylon gypsofbabylon 26-30, F 12 Responses Dec 20, 2010

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TBH New Death Metal is MUCH better than the old since my generation has improved it. Old Death Metal is **** tbh =/ and we aren't emos. My hair is like this in my pic because my sis combed it like that to make fun of her friend who likes Bieber -.-. Emos like bands like Asking Alexandria. Get your facts straight poser...

I just read and responded to your most recent email. And one of my points was about the nature of discipline and punishment. I was talking about those situations where you punish me in that email, but it works in reverse, too - an integral element of any punishment should be oralising.

I think what you mean to say is take out right. ;) mmm

I think you can guess, darlin'

Claim your apology... I wonder how exactly you would do that.

Actually... I'll claim my apology, but then I'm going to stand in front of you and expect further payment... you won't get released until I've had full satisfaction.

Ooooohhhhhh!!!! Did I make somebody mad?? <br />
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Well then... the sooner you get around to giving me the punishment... the sooner you'll get your sincere apology... well, maybe. <br />
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I'm your little *****. ;)

You little *****! That's it. What I'm going to buy is eight inches long, mains operated and piston action. I'll tie you down on your hands and knees and leave you to experience its full effect, while I sit back and watch - for as long as it takes to make you apologise for that comment. And then another hour, just to make sure you're completely sincere.<br />
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Some comments are unforgivable.

lol... pffft, I see throught that... i bet your on amazon scoring your first phil collins cd right now!

Oh... umm... yeah, right. No, I won't make that mistake again. Ever.<br />
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Damn... on thin ice, there... that's the sort of thing that's going to get me arse-raped with your strap-on.

Yes, I totally know what you mean with her voice... I agree you do have to be in a certain mood for it. I loved you oughtta know. That was the song that turned me on to her. However... I was so disappointed to see all her angst leave so quickly after her first album... i guess her hippy happy stuff's not too bad, but she was hotter when she was pissed... :: shrugs :: just my opinion.<br />
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I hate Phil Collins... never... ever... make the mistake of thinking I like Phil Collins...<br />
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I didn't know what the hell emo was either... than I found out it was a bunch of guys, who sing like girls about being forced to take out the trash and angst of being grounded when they didn't turn their homework in. :: shrugs :: <br />
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It's sad to say... but I wonder what ever happened to the days when boys just picked up nasty habits like smoking cigarettes, racing cars, or getting high... instead... they chew double mint gum and cry like toddlers... <br />
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:: put fingers up to forehead and shakes dissappointedly ::<br />
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and I'm not going to criticize your nephew anything for liking emo... if I ever meet him I won't say anything. lol

Alanis... I first heard her, when I was at a friend's place and he was watching some music channel or other. "One hand in my pocket" came on and I loved it. A great song. I have to be in the mood for her, because her histrionics can get a bit tiring, but still... I do like her when I'm in the mood.<br />
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"You oughtta know" is definitely one that should scare men. I always picture her singing that at me, just inches from my nose - biting out the words and snarling them into my face. One hand at my throat and the other tightly gripping my testes.<br />
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For a moment, as I read this, I caught the reference to Phil Collins and was very concerned - then I realised that you weren't using words of approval and I felt better.<br />
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Your comments about emos... heh heh heh. About two years ago, I suddenly saw references to "emo" everywhere and didn't know what it meant, so I asked someone. She described the concept to me. It sounded self-pitying and whiny. It sounded like a derogatory term for a lazy goth. Then, about a month ago, my 15-year-old nephew told me - without a hint of irony - that he was an emo. I'd like to claim to be understanding and supportive, but I spent half an hour taking the ****. I'm not the most kindly of uncles.<br />
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And Peter Gabriel... well, he sang "Games without frontiers". Excellent song.