Just as beautiful, Truly a perfect specimen.
I come you /mu/, with one question...
Is Annie Clark L I T E R A L L Y perfect?
>I will never be the guy on the right
>I will never share my birthday with Annie like Alan
>I will never bang Annie on the quiet like Alan
She's a lesbian.
>tfw I will never be Carrie Brownstein
>tfw I will never be Annie's gf
>tfw I'd never actually cheat on her
>>I will never bang Annie on the quiet like Alan
neither does alan. i wonder where carrie ran off to when that picture was taken.
the picture of alan and carrie was backstage and the one of alan and annie was taken at dinner the same night in portugal or spain during the ltg tour. carrie was there, but not in the picture.
>I saw her the other night and she sang "It's been a lonely winter, so lonely, so lonely, so lonely....." looking at me, It was so sad I wanted to hug her.
Annie is so tragic
>Not to mention the success of her band was based entirely on marketing her sex appeal.
I recall her saying in an interview that while at a friend's house she spontaneously decided to dye her hair blonde. And I guess the whole white and purple hair came out of that as well for whatever reason.
It's honestly been getting harder and harder to decide which albums I like more than others. I love them all about the same. Except LTG which is below the main 4.
But in real life I think she's a bitch. A girl that breaks down every word you say, interprets it, then judges you based on her new psychological profile of you. This is how I feel she is and it scares me, because I just want her to love me and yell at the policeman that roughed me up.
She doesn't seem bad from interviews and from those tour videos but I guess there's really no way to know unless you personally know her. But I would guess that if she was actually like that nobody would bother being around her, but the first people who were playing in her band were all close friends of her and her, Toko, and Matt all seem to like each other a lot. And I doubt that she's changed much in casual situations compared to how much she's changed in the way she portrays herself musically.