Monday, July 11, 2005

I love you so much, it hurts when I pee

I can't remember where I heard that from, but apparently it's originally from a bunch of spoof valentines put out by the British government last year to spread the word about some of the dangers of risky (unprotected) sex. What a turn-on.
This, however, was from a recent conversation with Scott.
Me: You know what I don't get? Mormons are all about polygamy, and yet they have those rules about how to resist the temptation of masturbation.
Scott: Well, they're an organized religion; they dont have to make sense.
And here's a random thought I've been brewing up for the past few weeks.
Bands are just like relationships. A group of people with common interests meet and find they each have something promising to bring to the table. They get together for a few initial jam sessions ("dates," "hookup periods," etc.) and then, after awhile, decide to become a band ("couple"). It lasts awhile, with ups and downs, and those involved form deep bonds with one another. If they're lucky, they'll go on with each other for the rest of their lives. If not (as is most often the case), they'll go through a series of fights and break up. Some will move on and get together with others, and some will give up entirely and move on to pursue entirely different interests.


At 2:03 AM , Anonymous Jordan said...

I don't know any bands that have stayed together forever. stayed friends, yeah, but not performing. in most of the music I listen to, though, the significant others die of excessive consumption

At 4:03 PM , Blogger Liz said...

Hahaha -- but what about The Stones? They've been around for eons and they're still kickin' it old style.


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