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  1. But then unknown artists are just as good...
  2. Yes...I love Pop. 💗 Nothing to hide... Pop is interesting in that not a lot of people consider it a genre on its own. It's more of a catch-all term for popular music, but it can encompass a wide range of styles and influences. I think that's what makes pop so exciting for me - it's always evolving and incorporating different elements. I also admire the artistry and craftsmanship that goes into creating a great pop song. It may seem simple on the surface, but there's actually a lot of thought and skill that goes into crafting a catchy hook, memorable chorus, and relatable lyrics. It takes a certain kind of talent to be able to create a song that resonates with millions of people. But for me, the true beauty of pop music lies in its ability to bring people together. Whether it's at a concert, or just singing along in your car, there's a sense of unity and joy that comes with listening to a great pop song. It's a universal language that has the power to transcend barriers and bring people from all walks of life together.
  3. I do not feel as though you're being unreasonable. He has to WANT to spend time and prioritize YOU. I understand that he mentioned the work colleague "going away" but that doesn't mean your time together should just be "given up" on. He's certainly not encouraging you or showing you the attentiveness you're yearning for. Honestly, if I was in your position, I would be reconsidering the relationship. I would not want to be with someone that wasn't on the same level as me in terms of this dynamic. Just based on your other thread, he sounds like he has a lot of animosity towards you and he wants to do his own thing. And that's fine, but you have to be secure in what you're looking for in a relationship and nobody decides and is given a pass here. He's not feeling that way and you can't push him to feel that way. Just sounds like he's not really feeling it and he says things to you that are cruel. So, what's in it for you? And if you aren't satisfied answering that question, you can certainly go elsewhere, find what you're looking for in a partner and you don't have to explain yourself to anyone.
  4. Hey there! You do? I never been until recently, it was the one in Hollywood too 😃. My cousin absolutely loves Guns N Roses and Slash, and we both really wanted to check out Amoeba Music Store for their massive vinyl collection so I reached out for some assistance in snagging tickets to Slash's acoustic gig at Amoeba Music (for the release of his new album and free passes with purchase). Although not being a local, I managed to secure tickets and we both took a flight to catch the show, haha. It was totally worth it! Amoeba Music was such a sweet spot for it. I think I liked looking at the button pins more than the vinyls 😂(I spent an hour or so in the store just reading all the different phrases and symbols on them). Although the artwork on the record covers was amazing.
  5. Love this tune.... Contemplating the fleeting essence of love and the splendor of nature is the starting point of the 1990’s “Jane Says”. I just really dig this song because it's all about this girl named Jane who just gets the singer so hyped up with her love for nature and being able to find joy in the little things. Or maybe it's actually about the not-so-great side of getting addicted to something...either way, it's a jam. Jane’s love is a temporary escape from these troubles, but ultimately, it cannot sustain the singer's inner turmoil. Jane’s journey and her eventual departure, leaving the singer yearning for her return. Melancholy and introspection. The beauty and freedom of the natural world. That’s what I take away from listening to “Jane Says”. It’s a bittersweet reminder of love, addiction, and the complexity of human emotions. But ultimately, it’s a tribute to the power of nature and how it can both heal and torment us. Bravo. 👏😽
  6. 🤣 I love songs that get the blood pumping sometimes. lol
  7. Put it this way... IF she's ghosting you because she's indecisive as to whether to involve herself further with you, you're already being subjected to some pretty unsavory treatment. I can't fathom how that would be worth pursuing more. It would make much more sense for her to not have been as much into you as you had previously gotten to thinking during those good times. Maybe she's realized that she's forcing it with you out of want to have that kind of connection with someone, but not because she feels something real for you atm. You could try reaching out one more time to see if she responds, but don't push it too much. Try to keep it abstract or uncomplicated. Because then she hadn't reached out to you for the past while - the ball has been in her court for quite some time. In short, it's whatever she's making of it. All you can do now is stay dignified and attempt to displace the attachment you've developed for her as much as possible.
  8. @mylolita I'm loving your posts and song contributions and little write ups. 😊 I'm feeling dark songs right about now....so here's my contribution. So raw, so alive. Watch you draw the lines Connecting the scars Broken and twisting Twisted beneath my veil....
  9. He could most certainly be those things you mentioned. Albeit, if he is going to fly 3,000 miles just to meet up for dinner, only to rob me and fly back....heck I'd have paid for the dinner! 🙂
  10. Hmmm. Never not so much... I really enjoy one of their songs. "Back on the Chain Gang." The lead riff is so 🔥 👌
  11. It does appear that way. My sister suffers from ADHD and mania sometimes so it's hard to distinguish what form of her is her true form and which is not. Thanks, that's what I am trying to do. 1st Priority (Personal Health, physical, emotional, spiritual); 2nd Priority (Purpose); 3rd Priority (Intimate Relationships). I used to kind of like just tend to tasks as soon as they arise out of the blue like I would make it a priority. Now, I'm getting better at asking myself, "Do I really have to or should I put this off and just make this a priority for the next day or so?" If it's the latter, then I'm able to push it off. So far.
  12. Thanks. I don't think he was necessarily seeking anything specifically with me online. We just happen to banter back and forth for a few months and I thought he was a nice person who seemed intelligent, cool, and respectful. I probably should've stopped participating in that banter over a month ago... I reached out to someone I befriended that I went on one date with and I didn't feel chemistry but he's open to going hiking with me. I just need to get my back stronger (developed acute sciatica from overextending my core walking some pretty intense hills) first and foremost... I never thought I'd get injured.
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