The Faint

The Faint makes me want to try and dance. Something not so pretty. I often try and guess what folks listen to while they’re working out by the way they move or whatever. I bet if I put this cd on while on that stair-thingy, people would totally know. Here’s a song.

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  1. I just bought that cd not too long ago from the recommendation from my NYC friend. Hm. I thought it was kinda reminiscent of 80s music, so I understand the dancing bit. You shake it, girl.

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  2. In my head, I am way sexy. Like super sexy, like entirely too sexy for this webpage. dead sexy, yeah baby.

    (i think i ate something funny or something).

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  3. I felt that way all weekend, Mihow. I think this lady was hitting on me at Whole Foods Saturday. At the time I was thinking, “That’s right, I am SEXY.” I blame the heat.

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  4. That’s awesome. See, you’re a self confident girl. That’s sexy. Why don’t you just tell me to go write for Glamour or something?

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  5. oh dear, sans voice, I sound flakey. I really don’t feel “dead sexy” but I was doing that “I’m in my own video and I’m kinda sexy” thing :)

    Does that count?

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  6. That’s why I always thought southerners had sex at an earlier age…the heat thing. Fuck, I WISH I felt sexy more often. It’s like the fuckin’ Haley’s Comet when I do.

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  7. “That’s why I always thought southerners had sex at an earlier age…the heat thing”

    That’s the funniest thing I have read in a long long time. Holy shit. You so funny, girl!

    Tellin ya, the Faint will make anyone and everyone feel sexy.

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  8. Megan, Speaking as a southerner, Most of the time in the summer, it’s too hot to have sex. I think it’s boredom and wanting to stay inside that contributes to having sex younger. And young, sweaty men doing yardwork shirtless is a bad, dangerous thing.

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  9. y’all are KILLING ME! holy cow that’s funny.

    yes, hot sweaty lawn-mower men. And there’s the whole hay thing.

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  10. What the hell does hay have to do with the south?

    I do not know.

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  11. I guess hay is generally a rural thing and the south is more rural than not?

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  12. Would this be a bad time to say that I really did think it was a heat thing for a long, long time? ::embarrassed::

    I’m originally from Wisconsin, what do I know? We don’t start having sex until our mid-40s.

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  13. Shit ain’t nothin wrong with that, gives you something to look foward to, right?

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  14. Ok. I lied. I think I’d die if I had to way that long. Something in the cheese.

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  15. Debra, i think you’re right, it is more rural. But there seems to be more tobacco. When I lived in North Carolina I remember seeing a lot of tobacco.

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  16. Well, that explains my sexiness lately. It must be the cheese.

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  17. Mihow, where I grew up it was cotton. Cotton, Cotton, Cotton, cotton.

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  18. Debra, and because of Blanche from The Golden Girls and talking about Bobby, Ben, Bradley under the willow tree. Wasn’t she rollin’ in the hay one time, too?

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  19. Megan, Sorry, I’m not much of a Golden Girls afficiando. Actually Bea Arthur frightens me.

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  20. man, cotton would be nice. shit, everyone should roll around in cotton, indeed. cotton.

    the south was brown. and the trees were sticky. i remember that. and there were pine needles EVERYWHERE.

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  21. Only, the cotton is prickly until it’s taken out of the husk. so, rolling around on raw cotton would be uncomfortable to say the least. It is pretty, though.

    EWWW…Pine Sap. We recently bought a house that has small pine trees in the backyard and they were the FIRST thing to go.

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  22. That song totally makes me want to dance, BTW. But, I should probably do that AFTER everyone leaves for the day.

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