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Drigolawl  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Where are/did you going to college?

Same! Just finished up my first semester! A hopeful Psych major. ...It's a start.

The Lion King. It just brings me back to happier and more innocent times. The reason why I love it so much is because my dad would pretend to be Mufasa while I'd be his little Simba and then we'd roam the land together (our apartment). It's just something that will forever stick to that movie and I can't help but smile whenever I think of that memory attached to it.

And obsess over it until I die? No, thanks. If I can't change it, then there's absolutely no point in knowing. I could live without this little bit of knowledge. In this situation ignorance would be bliss.

Drigolawl  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: MP3 Players Are Dead

My little Ipod is doing just fine. It does what it does as perfect as ever, which is let me listen to music at my convenience. I get asked all the time why I don't just use my phone for my music. My personal preference is just to have my music separate. Saves space and it's convenient for me.

Drigolawl  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: P3

Atlantic City, New Jersey! I hear it's a shit hole. But it's my shit hole. Damn it.

Even better! Thinking the wonderful sleep is over then lo and behold - you've got another hour. Great trick! I'm definitely trying this soon.

I'm a proud drummer! Started on the snare in 8th grade and then I got a kit my sophomore year of high school. Still a work in progress, but I'd say I'm pretty almost decent.

"Do what you love and love what you do." I just recently started college and I'm terrified of doing what I love, which is Psychology, because of the horror stories that I hear from the job market. But anyone I've asked has just told me to do what I love and if I'm passionate enough, it'll be alright. So, here's to hoping it does work out.

That feeling when you think you've slept in, because it was such a good and long sleep, but in reality you wake up right when you're supposed to. I think that feels pretty amazing.