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If Your Life Was A Playlist
#21
Only if I am the model I think.

I'll wear wellies on my supershort but tanned legs, raise my arms behind my head in an erotic fashion (as hansamu will tell you, I also have very long pit hair with beads woven in, as does beebs) and wink and say "if you wanna score try "cabbscent""

Whaddaya think?
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#22
You can try to deny it, but i have a serious hunch you smell like cabbage. I can't explain it, but some sort of vegetable that's been boiled and salted. I need tadashi or beebs to back me up on this...since they've meet the sasa.





And yes she does have long pit hair. It's disgusting on multiple levels. Beebs is her sirenesque partner in crime...
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#23
hahaha... sounds like you have a winner in this sasa!!! i'd go for it before someone steals it! it may even have been risky to post the campaign online!
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#24
With anyone else it would flop. Only I have the savoir faire to pull off such a heist.
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#25
well of course sasa!! no one has the same savoir fair and apparently armpit hair as you, therefore it is bound to make you very rich.
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#26
1. "Been down so long, everything looks up to me"
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#27
Dream of the Blue Turtles - Album, Sting. We used to listen to this album while driving through the mountains in Japan on our way to various onsen and beaches with the family. Every time it comes on, it instantly transports me back to that time. It came on my playlist while I was down in Monterey a few weeks back while we were driving along the coast and it was a wonderful feeling.



Joshua Tree - Album, U2. One of the first albums that I really got into when I was younger, particularly With or Without You. Had a fairly melodramatic first relationship in high school, and this song always reminded me of her <img src='http://www.halvsie.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Tongue' />



This House is Empty Now - Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach. Heard this song for the first time on the Conan O'Brien show right when my parents were going through a messy, messy divorce. I was visitng my mom and was in her living room in her new apartment. She barely had any money for food and was eating nothing but cereal at the time. This song is from the point of view of the man left behind in the relationship, but it really hit me hard.



F-Blood - Album, self-titled. Was really into Fujii Fumiya back in college, this was his joint album he did with his brother. There's a particular track on there called "I" (a wordplay on the english word "I" and "ai") that really defined what my life was like when I met my fiancee and why things just fell into place. It's sorta stuck with me.



Passage - Yamazaki Masayoshi. Heavily folk influenced music, which I didn't realize I was into until this song. Never really gave much thought to the fact that I've always loved Peter Paul and Mary, Simon & Garfunkel, etc, which were all introduced to me by my father. But this was the first song that I felt really described me personally, rather than an event or relationship in my life (at the time, at least). It's a very reflective song and defined how I felt.



Theme song from Voltes V - The original bunch-of-robots-join-together-to-form-giant-robot cartoon. We had these on video as a kid and used to watch them all the time. This song rocked my mind as a kid. I had a briefly had a huge crush on a girl in high school who randomly started singing this song during class once... and she wasn't even Japanese <img src='http://www.halvsie.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Tongue' /> Here it is for reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8fclG949_E







EDIT: Ooh, forgot two songs!



Say Yes - Chage & Asuka. It's a classic cheesy J-pop song made popular by the dorama, 101 Kai Me no Proposal. I actually didn't watch the dorama when it came out, but I happened to be visiting Japan for the first time in several years when this song came out in 91. My friend introduced me to the song and then made a mixed tape for me. She's also the first girl that ever kissed me... so yeah <img src='http://www.halvsie.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/blush21.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Blush' />



Yume de Aetara - Rats & Star. The first Japanese song I learned to sing at karaoke. The rest is history. Booyah.
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