Wasn't the song "Pardon Me" about him lighting his farts on fire, only to fail and burn himself?Quote:
I've never spotted anything particularly profound in any of Incubus' lyrics, though. But hey, at least he's trying, unlike the guys who have no problem writing profoundly stupid lyrics :)
Just found out I might get to meet The Jesus and Mary Chain tomorrow after the show.
The first few opening lines in "Wish You Were Here" by Incubus is the biggest offender. In Keanu Reeves-like fashion, Brandon sings about these images and metaphors that have been to death like he's just stumbled upon the meaning of life. Honestly, I like Incubus, but sometimes they should just stick to rocking out instrumentally (though I do enjoy Brandon's voice and vocal melodies most of the time; maybe he should just make up his own words so we don't have to suffer through the bro). :D
Ah! My top game is an odd choice - Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire...%93_Bloodlines
To me, the story and characters are more important to me than anything else in a game, including gameplay (I come from a text game background with MUDs so graphics and sound, too, are generally unimportant to me). I want to feel immersed in the game's world. The writing in VtMB is perfect - it has depth, black humor, horror, the supernatural, intelligence, and tragic heroes, the way vampires should be. Writing is sadly the most overlooked component of any game in favor of pretty much everything else (especially with modern games). Plus, I've never felt so engrossed doing a simple sidequest in a game, of which there are many. I'm a huge fan of the VtM source material, though, so I'm obviously a bit biased.
I'm curious to know your top game, as well.
I want to replay Bloodlines some day. It had some cool moments and I still think the World Of Darkness is/was interesting.
I still need to play bloodlines
I've put it off for way too long
You know you're a terrible cook when you don't even have the proper ingredients to make macaroni and cheese.
Screw it, I'm going out to buy a sandwich.
About diva pop : Janelle Monae for me.
Adventureland has a really good soundtrack you guys. Also, it isn't a bad movie, even Kristen Stewart is really good in it.