thank fuck for that
Digging: BUCK-TICK - Darker Than Darkness (Style 93)
oh god no that's even worse
No way, it looks great.
the image plonked on top clashes so much with the background
it looks like a cartoon itself
Think he's going for humour. I mean, look at his face, those folded arms, and then the expressions of the animals. The man is going for ridiculous, which is a great look on him. He could have burrowed deeper into abstractness and instead becomes a knowing pop star. Love, love love.
^ If this is interpretation has any truth to it I'd be inclined to agree. Not like this world doesn't already have enough people taking themselves way too seriously.
fuck that I want moody and pensive
No shit. You're British/French. Unless you live in Southern France and chill all the time.
Album got old really fast for me
Hopefully he'll release something more worthwhile in the future
nope my French side is from the North. Uptight as fuck m/
well, kinda the centre part but slightly north
Nailed it. That combination screams "melancholy".
Wait, I think I just partially nailed myself. My 'nan was from Alsace, does that count as South?
Lol that's more north than where my mother's family comes from
Hey, that woman had magnificent baking skills.
Actually, it's now almost certain that in a couple of years time I'm gonna go live in the French alps for a year
Plus, nothing is as melancholic as British weather. The whole imperialism thing was just 'cause the British were pissed about the sky pissing on them all the time.
I gotta admit, I'm actually pretty surprised by how 'well' German-French relationships seem to be. Even if it's just partially.
I live in London and honestly it doesn't rain here THAT much. It's overcast most of the time but the rain usually holds off, idk why British people love to prop up that stereotype, just like several others which aren't really true
I know, I was being facetious. British Weather does suck though, at least from what I'm used to. (sun from April to September, summer eves with 25°-30°C)
And I'm not entirely sure whether I like how British people handle their drugs.