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Heavy metal, dance, classical, even country and old rock and roll - all (can be) good.

Come on now Tom, let's see you dance a wee jig :D

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On 14/09/2020 at 04:35, dmedin said:

The descent into madness and self-destruction begins and it never felt so good :D

 

 

Gott-Dayum, that really MELTS the brain hahaha 🤓

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It's like a whirlwind inside my head ...

Ended up hanging himself.  What a lege!

 

 

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20 minutes ago, dmedin said:

Heavy metal, dance, classical, even country and old rock and roll - all (can be) good.

Come on now Tom, let's see you dance a wee jig :D

Turn up thy breeches and make merry, Tom Bombadil :D

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Tom!  It's our fave, Stevie Wonder :D

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33 minutes ago, dmedin said:

Hell is other people :)

Apropos of which 😘

 

 

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Badu is with you baby 😘

 

 

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Smooth as butter my sweet 😘

 

 

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Strangely upbeat and suicidal all at the same time, I love it :)

 

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Come on now bonnie loon 😘

 

 

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Ah, time for some Chopin now toots 😘

'There is some real Polishness in this piece' :D 

 

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This one is a true delight 😘

 

 

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I would post a Dr Dre song but it's a bit explicit :D

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6 minutes ago, dmedin said:

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You should listen to the entire album 💃

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Blink 182 was my teenage soundtrack, I masturbated furiously to this :D

 

 

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 Apply emergency measures to keep the suicidal impulses at bay 🤡

 

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Jive on, Eileen! 🤓

 

 

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Jiggle your bits, Jeremy!  :D

 

 

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Regardless of being one of the best games I've ever played the soundtrack is perfect for creating a calm ambient. Maybe suitable for some traders?

 

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One more for the junglist massive 😎

 

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It rubs the lotion on its skin

Or else it gets the hose again

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