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Old 06-29-2008, 12:08 AM   #76
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On my count ... one, two, five!
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good one your Mum

at least if you get nervous you can blame it on the rollercoaster
I won't get nervous. I didn't when asking permission from her parents, so this should be easy as pie.

Oh, and the best part was that my dad left his hat on a plane when they went to Florida in December. So she was nagging him ceaselessly about remembering his hat when we were getting off the plane--so much so that she forgot her own purse.
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My sister got my mom into Emimen (mom thinks he's hot), and mom got dad into him (dad thinks he's funny and badass)

Outside of that, dad listens to Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, Creedence Clearwater, Revival, and Black Sabbath.

Mom listens to U2, Duran Duran, R.E.M., Beck, and basically anything that was popular on MTV between 1981 and 1996 or so. Especially a lot of bad 80s one hit wonders.


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My sister got my mom into Emimen (mom thinks he's hot), and mom got dad into him (dad thinks he's funny and badass)

Outside of that, dad listens to Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, Creedence Clearwater, Revival, and Black Sabbath.

Mom listens to U2, Duran Duran, R.E.M., Beck, and basically anything that was popular on MTV between 1981 and 1996 or so. Especially a lot of bad 80s one hit wonders.
Well ... Pink Floyd, U2, REM at least?

My father used to have reasonably cool tastes, he drummed in a band and everything, but now he's in his fifties, works as an accountant, and has grey hair. In his world, the Rolling Stones are still rock gods rather than toothless rock dinosaurs.

My mother's tastes I suppose have always been hit and miss. Sure, she loves Talking Heads, U2, Queen, and so forth, but she also loves the aforementioned dodgy music.
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I'm keeping a little sidenote stat on every list this time around: songs I already had that said person has in playlist.

YLB: 6/38
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I won't get nervous. I didn't when asking permission from her parents, so this should be easy as pie.

Oh, and the best part was that my dad left his hat on a plane when they went to Florida in December. So she was nagging him ceaselessly about remembering his hat when we were getting off the plane--so much so that she forgot her own purse.
you asked her parents?
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you asked her parents?
Of course. It's something a gentleman does as a sign of respect to the people who raised the lady he loves.
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I'm keeping a little sidenote stat on every list this time around: songs I already had that said person has in playlist.

YLB: 6/38
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Damn, only 3? This is going to be...interesting for you.
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My sister got my mom into Emimen (mom thinks he's hot), and mom got dad into him (dad thinks he's funny and badass)

Outside of that, dad listens to Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, Creedence Clearwater, Revival, and Black Sabbath.

Mom listens to U2, Duran Duran, R.E.M., Beck, and basically anything that was popular on MTV between 1981 and 1996 or so. Especially a lot of bad 80s one hit wonders.
80s one hit wonders aren't so bad. Rickrolls wouldn't exist without those, so there's that.
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I can usually function on 2 or 3, but prefer 6-7. Any more than that and it's tough for me to sleep the next night.
Any less than 7.5 is pretty worthless for me. I actually find on 3-4, I seem get by better than on about 6 or so. Right now I feel like I'm proving that. If I'd got 6 hours, I'd probably be dealing with a thunderous headache right now.
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Damn, only 3? This is going to be...interesting for you.
Blackest Eyes, Sweet Lady, and In Limbo.
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I'm keeping a little sidenote stat on every list this time around: songs I already had that said person has in playlist.

YLB: 6/38
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That's a cracking statistic. I think I had somewhere between 1/2 and 2/3 of the songs on your list, not too sure. Again, it's not that big of a factor for me - context is more important.

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Of course. It's something a gentleman does as a sign of respect to the people who raised the lady he loves.
it's the right thing to do obviously.

My husband was too scared even though we'd been living together for ages and everybody knew it would happen eventually.
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