Edit: My comment no longer makes sense because of the article being edited.
I edited this news article up a bit in hurrr
Digging: clipping. - Splendor and Misery
Also, i made a comment on the video that's really funny and I hope you guys click like on it
ugh such an awesome cd. decent vid.
The video's entertaining for what it is, I guess. I would've loved to see something visually appealing like "Valiant"'s video, though.
my thoughts exactly. aesop digging for gold, while appealing, left me wanting.
love this song
Digging: Danny Brown - Atrocity Exhibition
Like, if this weren't one of the most exciting tracks on the record I wouldn't mind. At least the track's got a video though.
Awesome song but the video was... Interesting?
how does "being ocd" make it difficult to watch a guy pick his nose?
because he has ocd, dumbass.
Digging: O'Brother - Garden Window
dont believe i asked you and either way that doesn't make sense to me.
explains it better than i could but i was the same way when i was younger
that didnt tell me anything i didnt know or how watching someone pick their nose would trigger an episode but idc no more.
Affected people become obsessive about cleanliness and when triggered, it's hard for a person with OCD to stop focusing on being dirty, catching germs, ect. I would imagine that seeing someone pick their nose could cause an episode, but it was probably an exaggeration. FR probably views nose picking in general as a disgusting habit, and his predisposition is likely responsible for making him feel sick, not the OCD. (sorry for the presumption, FourthReich)
it really depends on the person, not everyone with ocd would be bothered by that
Well wow, didn't expect the topic to arrive to this one haha.
Video was stupid. I'd rather pick my nose listening to the song that watch someone do it for 4 minutes on a couch.
"but it was probably an exaggeration. FR probably views nose picking in general as a disgusting habit, and his predisposition is likely responsible for making him feel sick"
be all that as it may, this is what i originally thought.