>"Oh, I listen to everything"
>"Except Country (And Rap)"
>I listen to everything
>Except honky tonk and a-cappella barbershop
>I listen to nothing except rap, hip-hop, the list goes on
>talking to black person
>"oh I listen to everything except twee and indie folk"
Modern equivalent is just saying you listen to everything but country. That phrase basically let's you know you're dealing with someone who doesn't know much about music.
"I listen to rock, indie, and hiphop" I go into specifics of they make the effort to ask.
Let them listen to dark ambient then
But dark ambient is not music anon
If you were suicidal it has nothing to do with the music you heard, it's personal problems you had with yourself.
I never was suicidal, and i absolutely love life, and i also love some dark ambient and drone and i think they are beautiful genres ~
Being mean is immoral. not only that you are not being funny anon, but you are not going to achieve any form of self-fulfillment by hurting others. be nice, being nice is easy, and it will make you feel better too.
*hugs you a warm, caring hug, showing you that i'm not angry*
>Being mean is immoral
I wasn't being mean, I wasn't even talking to you.
>not only that you are not being funny anon
What? I wasn't making a joke
>you are not going to achieve any form of self-fulfillment by hurting others
Who am I hurting?
Also you have god awful taste and musical knowledge for someone who is "passionate about music." Why is that?
No one where i live that i know about is even close to being knowledgeable enough about music.
Even in the local "music center", i've seen someone who never even heard SGT Peppers or Ok Computer. there was another one which claimed to hear "100 albums" as if it's a large number, but then i told him i heard 1,000~2,000 (i think 1,500~2000 would have been more appropriate though) to give him some perspective. i wanted to recommend him albums to start exposing him to new fields of music, but he said "he doesn't have time"
Anon, come on. stop playing games, we both know you made that post with the intention of me reading it in order to try and make me feel bad.
And you are still trying to make me feel bad. do you really think im ever going to let you succeed though? the reason why you are not going to succeed is because i'm not going to ever take seriously someone who talks like this and does something as silly as trying to make someone else feel bad over the internet. it's just so silly that i can't help but see that person as silly and ridiculous.
You have all the logical and moral reasons to be nice, yet you choose to swear - maybe because of having too much ego, maybe because you are so scared of being associated with "tripcode users" so that you have to swear them every time you see one to give you some temporary feeling of self confirmation, but the truth is, all of those reasons are still silly and illogical reasons.
I say, if someone is swearing, it's just a sign of being less intelligent. if you look throughout history, geniuses who advanced society were usually also very nice people. sure, not "always", but by far in most cases.
There are plenty of reasons to love and enjoy life anon.
I just enjoy and i'm incredibly pleased that i get to experience anything at all. the fact we got to be alive in the first place is simply amazing ~
>we both know you made that post with the intention of me reading it
I wasn't even talking to you. Being rude is immoral, and butting in on someone else's conversation is rude.
>And you are still trying to make me feel bad. do you really think im ever going to let you succeed though?
idk It's not my problem
>i'm not going to ever take seriously someone who talks like this and does something as silly as trying to make someone else feel bad over the internet
Not trying to make you feel bad. I just wanted you to be aware you have poor taste and are musically illiterate, and you should stop taking about it in general, let alone claiming to "be passionate" about it.
>maybe because you are so scared of being associated with "tripcode users"
Nope, I'm a former trip myself, so that line of reasoning won't work.
Are you lonely?
If it's all surface level, then no it's not.
It's actually better to specialize in a few genres than to graze the surface of everything. Which is where the lack of country and hip-hop is useful, being the two most contrived genres and really not necessary.
They're actually worth checking out imo, and I don't even really like most country or rap
>But they don't even specialize in those two genres
It's not needed. Chef's and food critics don't need to eat at McDonalds to know it's shit. otherwise they'll just get fat, possibly E Coli.
>Oh, I listen to everything
>Except entry lever hipster garbage
There's a concert in town I wanna see but my friends are all busy. Should I go alone? I've never gone to a concert alone before.
Yesterday my friend said "...except pop and country. I listen to a lot of different types of music."
I couldn't help it, I felt obligated to say, "Everything? Who's your favorite harsh noise artist? What's your favorite 20th century avant-garde classical piece? What's your favorite sub-subgenre of post-rock?"