Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Laura Vanderbooben, Jul 11, 2018.
This post is...A LOT.
Erm I just discovered this. YATH serve me Jpop Xtina!
There isn't a day that goes by when I don't think about the opening to La Toya's book
But what I often forget is the fact she released a soundtrack album to her autobiography that starts with a 50-second spoken word interlude of her husband plotting with the mafia to kill her.
The fact she's referred to as "the kid", even though she was in her late 50s at the time she recorded it kills me. The fact she later breaks up the tracklisting with a spoken word outro from the same mafia boss ("Did you get her?" "I'm sorry boss, she got away"), as a lead in to a song about her being mistaken as transgender on the dancefloor is truly an artistic choice.
The high-camp, high-drama concept album we truly did not deserve.
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Sis, the trains are easy after like a day, don't worry! Download the map to have it regardless of signal, and you'll be sorted.
The all you can drink bars, that's where you're gonna die.
who da hell are you
look how she BODIED that, whew
The old people in line at Aldi complaining about lack of cashiers kill me and it happens almost every single time I stop in for groceries. What the hell y'all in a hurry for anyways, to die?
Put all your shit in the elevator
It's goin' down like a denominator
Tryin' to keep holdin' on, holdin' on
Boy, let me go
You gon' wake my neighbours, get away from my door
That was your last shot, you ain't coming back
It's the Martini I mean it, baby, it's a wrap
Alexa play InseparabuuHHHHHLLLLLLLLLLLLL by Mariah Carey.
Japan is so iconic. The fact they heard "you are never more than 6 metres away from a rat" in London, and decided that instead you should never be more than 6 metres away from a vending machine in Tokyo. Wig.
When you're travelling at warp-speed on the bullet trains be prepared to discover a new level of contempt for the British transport system United Kingdom that you never thought possible. Honestly the level of grief I had coming back to this dumpster fire of a country and its barely functional infrastructure after two weeks in Japan was incapacitating.
The fact that it's ingrained in society that you need to actually not stand in front of the train door so other passengers can get off, therefore giving you space to get on... I can't. The level of professionalism.
The UK could never.
I love it here in London
The 7 Elevens in Japan though.
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