Shatartar

Homegirl, 22, Femme, États-Unis
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  • MadThespian

    And for your tastes changing, that can happen at your age, especially if you've gone on to college, and are exposed to new people and the music they like. Heck, I'm old enough to be your pops, and my taste is still evolving as I discover new things.

    26 sept. 2012 Répondre
  • MadThespian

    It was the stereotype threads. If I recall rightly, I had followed it a way back, and remembered you and realized that you were damn funny and quite snarky, and that particular thread really needs the funny. Welcome back. Be seeing you.

    26 sept. 2012 Répondre
  • Cacophonaut

    It did? Damn, I must need to recalibrate or something...

    14 mai 2012 Répondre
  • MadThespian

    Come back to us. Your smartassedness is missed in the threads.

    16 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • aznsupragrl182

    OMG girrl, it's been so long! Just popping by to say that your new avatar is SO ADORABLE. Good to know that 9 months has not robbed you of your gorgeous smile! *-* Wondering how you are over there, I miss you. <3

    3 oct. 2010 Répondre
  • Mokami

    I think probably the standard stuff like 1984 and Brave New World. I don't mind though! :) Right now I am reading the biography of Che Guevara. Just found out that we got that book here at home so why not! what about you? how do you spent your time these days? oh and btw do you read the newspapers and which one?

    9 août 2010 Répondre
  • Mokami

    hey it's good to know you are aware of my heritage :) You ask me what I read. Mostly anything that's at least 50 years old. I consider myself a bookwurm. some of my favorite authors are; hemingway,woolf,miller,de Saint-Exupéry, Stendhal, Baudelaire. Some of my favorite novels; the red and the black, candide, david copperfield, anna karenina, Night flight. I am a passionate poetry reader. I consider the waste land, les fleur du mal and the collection of odes from Keats as essential. What are your favorites? I am going to study English. What about you? what are you going to study in college?

    31 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • mad1391

    I 'd never expect a 17 yr-old Lady Gaga fan to be aware of Nietzsche's Übermensch.Of course you don't seem like the typical lady gaga fan.No insult intended.

    30 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • mad1391

    hehehe. great stereotyping!!

    30 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • Mokami

    I am actually Somali! However I am from the Somaliland region and that whole region is heavily influenced by arabic culture. I can't wholly speak the arabic language. I can read and write it (because I have been taught to read the Quran and write verses of it) but I lost my arabic vocabulary over the years. We speak Somali at home (it got alot of arabic words so i can understand some arabic) and dutch. I have been meaning to pick it up myself! I have only words to memorize. The pronunciations and the reading is already acquired. Right now I know three languages and what you get (especially at home) is a mash potatoe! You mix it all which isn't good :D

    28 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • Mokami

    btw how come you have such a special name? even your last name is beautiful!

    26 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • Mokami

    hey i never got a job this summer bored as I systematically did everything I actually can't wait for september (and school) how are you going to get new experiences and what kind of experiences are you talking about don't tell me its a sorority :D

    26 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • Mokami

    hey long time no speak what are you upto these days.. whats keeping you busy?

    18 jui. 2010 Répondre
  • daydream_juliet

    Sheldon and Marvin from Douglas Adams's novel are my heroes:)

    16 juin 2010 Répondre
  • MadThespian

    FTW!

    11 juin 2010 Répondre
  • adelinadarkstar

    oh coooool:) yeah I prefer Tom Cruise's instead of Stuart Townsend's even though its sometimes hard to say! Squeamish? lol. Valleygirls right? I am glad you took the time to look at the pictures!

    8 juin 2010 Répondre
  • adelinadarkstar

    hey Shatartar:) I haven't spoken to you in a while. but I must admit I enjoy reading your artist bio profile<3

    8 juin 2010 Répondre
  • Cacophonaut

    I wouldn't mind seeing them in my top 50, but if Lady Gaga overtook Beethoven I might start getting worried.

    29 mai 2010 Répondre
  • Cacophonaut

    You're actually the reason I got a few of her albums, I'm not adverse to commercial pop in any way (you will find numerous Sugababes and Spice Girls plays on my profile, lol) but I had listened to Poker Face quite a while back and thought nothing special about it, and to be honest I still don't, but Bad Romance and Just Dance are great songs, I didn't even know they were by her, and her albums are half decent. I don't think she's THAT creative, because I can see where her influence is coming from, but like you say, she has spades more talent than most other throwaway pop girls. Kesha in particular I find kinda irritating, she's the one who acts like a drunken whore all the time, but its all quite transparently an act, right? That seems to me to be very shallow and pretentious. I'm not one of those people who makes a big deal about the "bad messages" in music, but writing songs glorifying mindless hedonism is just below gangsta rap and its "bitches and hos" nonsense in my eyes.

    29 mai 2010 Répondre
  • Cacophonaut

    I totally agree about how revealing it can be to expose your poetry to someone, but its more than nakedness. It exposes the very core of you. As Basil Hallward said in Dorian Gray "I fear I have shown in it the secret of my soul". But on the second fear, be at ease. I could never, ever plagiarise, especially since poetry for me is mostly a personal act rather than an attempt to impress someone else. I'm writing for my own satisfaction, and I would not be satisfied with a cheap shadow of someone else's achievements. You have a point about the hesitancy to use the label "poet", but I feel it has more to do with sheer embarrassment at the idea of being exposed than it does with modesty. I think there is a certain image associated with being a "poet" that is somehow unfashionable. It's very unseemly to be sensitive and intellectual in the way a poet is seen to be. This may not be true where you live, but it is certainly a neurosis in England. Embarrassment is our national emotion.

    22 mai 2010 Répondre
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À propos de moi



Now to put in some actual information.
My real name is my own, If you'd like to know it that's nice.
I am older in the head than I seem in the body.
I read a lot. Literature is my love, since I was small.
One day I'm going to win something; I feel like I'm past due.
Pervs creep me out. Even if someone likes me and hits on me I still consider it perv-like and therefore will creep out. Inwardly.
I like helping people, once upon a time I declared it my life's duty.
I don't feel like listening to music all the time; and I don't consider myself a musician. I play a few things and sing but It's more of a hobby.
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