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so I don't have anything interesting to ramble about at the moment, this is just a 'hey i'm still alive, just been lurking communities' sort of post. I'll try to be more active in posting/commenting :)
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when i got inside i made sure to get a shirt first since last time i waited (Mitchel Musso concert), the line was just past the bottom step on the staircase (merch table is upstairs). and only moved one step in 5 minutes. i really really wanted the Good Girl Gone Bad tank top, but they only had XL so i got the Hot Mess shirt. and i totally did not tip the merch guy $3 because he was cute, nope not me.
Hey Monday were sort of boring and not really worth mentioning, AND DON'T YOU EVEN GET ME STARTED ON KES
i was so excited to see Cobra Starship, i thought i was going to have a heart attack! the next day i was still in a bit of shock, since i've wanted to see them for a couple of years. it was SO much fun. Gabe also dedicated Hot Mess to Ke$ha, which was awesome because i was actually thinking that earlier. i did get a little freaked out because while i was recording their last song (Good Girls Go Bad), i saw a security guy looking at me. i don't get why venues have to be that way about things like that, it could be the best night of someone's life and they can't even freely take pictures/videos to look back on. i could understand big SLRs and things like that (could get in the way of other people), but not smaller point and shoots or camera phones.
anyway, Boys Like Girls were pretty good. a bunch of people left right before or at the beginning of The Great Escape (which they did last), not really sure why but at least it got me really close for a few minutes until the end. Martin also brought a girl up on stage because it was her birthday. i think he sang a little to her, he also hugged her and took a picture with her. it was cute :D
me and my parents went to Halloween Horror Nights a few weeks ago, that was really fun! i actually wanted to go again, i had so much fun. i think my favorite house was the Wolfman one, or the Frankenstein house. favorite scare zone was definitely the Cirque Du Freak one...in the War of the Living Dead scare zone, i bumped my head on someone and looked up to apologize and there's a freaking zombie! i thought i was going to have a heart attack , i was totally not expecting that. i can't wait to see what they have for next year.
the other night me and my parents went on this haunted carriage ride thing at Disney. it was at the Fort Wilderness Resort, it's Sleepy Hollow themed. i love Sleepy Hollow, it's one of my favorite scary stories so i was happy we got to do that.
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me and my parents went to Epcot's Food and Wine Festival yesterday, we haven't been to a Disney park in a while so I was pretty excited. first we got Fastpasses to Soarin', since for some reason that one runs out of them first. Then I got a small (6 oz!) container of Edy's Mint Chocolate Chip ice cream. after that, my mom wanted some cheddar cheese soup from Canada, so while she was getting that, I went to this area at the entrance to an attraction so I could finish my ice cream, it was mostly people-free and it had a waterfall. we decided to go the opposite direction, I don't remember everything I had but I do remember the baked ziti from Italy. mostly because of the tall, hot Italian guy that took our order! and the cute one that gave us our food. all of us went to Future World and rode some things there, and went back to a couple of countries since we still had time to kill. when we rode Soarin', we got front row which was really cool, but also a little scary since that row goes the highest out of all three, and I forgot just how high it was. after we were off of that, we rode Spaceship Earth and then we left. I'm not sure when we'll go back to the parks, but hopefully we go to Magic Kingdom for the Mickey's Christmas Party.
Tomorrow (well, technically today) the three of us are going to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights, I can't wait, I'm really looking forward to the Dracula, Frankenstein, and Wolfman houses. I wish they would do something with Resident Evil next year though! there's tons of potential, I don't know why they haven't done that as a house yet.
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i also saw After Midnight Project, Halestorm, and Chevelle on Thursday. i mostly went for Halestorm, but i've some of Chevelle's stuff before so it was cool seeing them too. wtf was with people trying to start a mosh pit during one of Halestorm's slow songs, though? mosh pits are stupid anyway, but at least do it during a fast song. After Midnight Project were okay, i'd probably like them better if i heard their album. Chevelle were good too of course, but i never realized that their stuff runs together after a few songs.
finally, i saw quite a few local bands Sunday night. i mostly went for Hydrosonic (love them, go check them out!) since they haven't done a show in three months. they were second, the bands before and after them were decent. the headliner though, holy SHIT you guys i have never seen such a batshit crowd before. you know how most mosh pits are smaller circles that are usually off to the side? oh no, not this one. this was just one huge circle in the middle, with about 70% of the crowd slamming right into each other. and then the band themselves...one guy had dreads to his knees, and the keyboardists apparently decided taking grinders to their keyboards to make sparks was a cool idea. actually, it was pretty cool but that's beside the point.
"and what would you do with him?"
...she really did set herself up for that though. but she didn't need to hit me after i said i should've asked him "voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?". because i didn't even know him, so i should at least be polite about it, right? ;D
and i don't think i posted this yet, but this is totally my theme song:
sorry i haven't wrote much lately...but really, nothing's happened for me to write about!