Don’t be so naïve. There are some people you can’t trust.
Who did you last say ‘I love you’ to?
Probably my dog. XD
Um, well the last two years have been especially rough in the area of friendship (as well as other areas) for me. People I trusted have definitely hurt me. Sorry for the rather ambiguous answer. Come off anon?
Ok, I just tend to stress a lot. :( I’ll try not to worry as much though.
Wait, what gifs? You’re confusing me…
29: I think that I have about 8 true friends that I trust with everything. 13: I believe in it, but I’ve never felt romantic love before, so I can’t know for sure I suppose.
Aww, thanks anon. :)
A soldier that’s really, really old.
Yeah, plus a Roman soldier would be talking in Latin… XD
Yes, hello Laudie.
My impulse is to say yes. But ultimately even the major problems I’ve gone through with friends have made me who I am, so I can’t regret that.
10: In the Arms of an Angel by Sarah McLaughlin. It just seems so cheesy to me.
13: What Makes You Beautiful by One Direction. It’s terribly overplayed.
22: Anything by Ray Charles as well as The Cat Came Back, which is a terribly disturbing song (ex: an indomitable cat destroys the earth, with the destruction increasing verse by verse) that’s probably responsible for a bit of mental scarring in my childhood. There are multiple versions of the song, but the way my Dad always sang it had six verses, leading up to the world’s destruction. Like I said, mental scarring.
25: Human by the Killers/Wonderful by Gary Go/To Lose My Life by White Lies. When I was in Italy visiting my friend Libby for a few weeks in the spring week of my eighth grade year in middle school, these three songs were constantly playing everywhere, especially on MTV. We’d walk around Sienna singing all three songs and laughing. It was a great trip. I haven’t felt that carefree in a long time.
33: Hmm, can I go for a choral song for this one? I’m in a choir (although I’ll be in two choirs this upcoming school year), and we went to New Orleans for a music festival with other choirs from around the country. At the end of a week of practicing as one big mass choir and preparing with the guest conductor, Bob Chilcott (a wonderful man) we gave a huge concert in the famous Saint Louis Cathedral. All of us in my choir agreed that the most impressive song that we sang was I Thank You God. There’s a video of the mass choir on Youtube, but it’s pretty bad quality, and it doesn’t sound as good because you don’t have the same effect without being able to hear the result of the acoustics. But here it is, in case you’re interested: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTwNGaY7CPM&list=FL_Gp-04aIYQtg9DbBr_PWCA&index=28&feature=plpp_video
36: According to iTunes, it’s Campus by Vampire Weekend.
Yeah, I’m kind of quiet, especially around new(er) people. I probably want to be friends with you if you want to be friends with me. And thanks for saying I’m smart. Intelligence is really important to me, so any compliment relating to it is one of the nicest things you can say to me, haha. :) And thanks for wanting to be supportive. I’ve been being kind of vague about what’s going on (well, there are multiple things going on, but I’m trying to be vague about all of them) on purpose, because I don’t want anyone to get hurt, including myself. But if you ask me over email (if you know me, I assume you probably have my email,) I might be able to explain a few things that are confusing you. I don’t know how much I’ll be able to say, but you might as well try.