HOUSE is for the lovers, TRANCE is for the dreamers, HARDSTYLE is for the ambitious, HAPPY HARDCORE is for the content, DUBSTEP is for the partyers, TECHNO is for the believers. EDM is for those who are alive.
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i want to go to raves instead of fancy dinner dates, and watch movies and make kandi and cuddle when we just hang out together, go out for pizza and have late night adventures, get ready for raves together, take the subway together all dolled up to dance, cuddle on the subway on the way home, listen to EDM together and just not even give a fuck
Don't just tell me to 'stop being sad.' You have no idea what it feels like to be crushed and broken. Shattered like glass dropped on concrete. You try to put yourself back together, but no matter how hard you try, you just can't. You feel drained, emotionally and physically. And the worst part? No one even tries to help you, they'll just tell you to 'be happy' and 'smile' and laugh like nothings wrong. It's really not that simple, so I suggest you stop talking to me as if I'm some idiot who WANTS to feel this way. You don't think I haven't tried being happy? Don't you DARE tell me that it's easy to be happy and that I'm just 'trying' to be sad. You have no idea what I'm going through, or what I've been through. Pain changes people more than anything else ever could. You think it's easy? Speak for yourself.
A restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee refused to serve state Sen. Stacey Campfield (R), the man who sponsored the state’s “don’t say gay” bill, compared homosexuality to bestiality, and most recently told Michelangelo Signorile that it’s virtually impossible to spread HIV/AIDS through heterosexual sex. “I hope that Stacy Campfield now knows what if feels like to be unfairly discriminated against,” the Bistro at the Bijou wrote on its Facebook wall on Sunday. The restaurant has received an overwhelmingly positive response.
I would go straight to this restaurant, order a coffee, and tip them $1,000.