Just like a chewing gum that gets stuck to your soles, being different - and I am sure the majority of the gay/bi community has experienced the same - has stuck to me throughout my whole life. I was always 'different' and it came with just as many sorrows as it has caused me pleasures. But the best part is that actually, in fact, we're all different. Only the ones who change the world live by it though.
And that's how I approach my work.
I secretly dislike everyone who doesn't know Belle and Sebastian, I read out loud in between two lines and I find nothing more uncomfortable than underwear and tuition.
I turn my life, and the stories of it into songs. Many of them. And with them I'm gonna try and move some shit around on the music market.
And sometimes I stand and watch the annoyed faces of people hurrying down the stairs into a subway station where you can still see the train levaving. It satisfies me.
I think I'm really good at following through, doing stuff and not just talking about it. Taking initiative.
And keeping myself healthy.
- I have a dark red spot in between my eyes.
- I give a shit
Well, here is the most private thing I am willing to admit before I'm even asked to admit it: I don't really read much.
Food and movies aren't my speciality either. But about music I could write books full of stories.
2) My Mighty Handful
3) TED Talks
5) My Voice
7) chronological numbering of the six things I could never do without
Or maybe what the seventh thing would be
Or in what order I put them
And why I like men with ADHD
And what it is that so bluntly turns me off when a man's only forte are shirtless pictures
Since I am a Freelancer I can really decide when I want to do my work, and sometimes that happens on a Friday night, yes.
Biggest luxury in my life = I don't have a 9-5.
I can't yawn when I have a bad conscience
But if you don't like French Fries you can message me too, ok?