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my sister’s first #tattoo! i’m gonna get one similar! because #cats. and aygul. @meatshoptattoo @karolinekiilerich
Apr 5

my sister’s first #tattoo! i’m gonna get one similar! because #cats. and aygul. @meatshoptattoo @karolinekiilerich

that tumblr feel
Mar 25

that tumblr feel

hvis du ligner et knæ i hovedet, så kan du ligeså godt flashe dine pæne knæ. lol #tattoo #knees (til fetishisterne) #selfie (from skirt-down) #hejjegkedermigheltekstremt
Mar 11

hvis du ligner et knæ i hovedet, så kan du ligeså godt flashe dine pæne knæ. lol #tattoo #knees (til fetishisterne) #selfie (from skirt-down) #hejjegkedermigheltekstremt

de kalder mig smølfen #blue #hair
Mar 7

de kalder mig smølfen #blue #hair

Anonymous asked: I will say, though, that I DO give things a chance. Usually I just do it later instead of at its peak. I totally get your point about having to know what you're talking about. There's nothing worse than people who dizz things without even knowing what they're really discussing. Of course there is a lot of stuff I don't know anything about when I only get around to them after they've had their peak, but I try not to formulate any opinion about it until then. A telling trait of the anti-snob!

haha, yeah, that’s the thing! not to formulate any opinion before you’ve actually read/seen/experienced it yourself. and i think that is what makes it a hipster-filter, more than a snob-filter. except the fact that hipster-filters are a bit snobby, haha!

it’s a good point of view!

Jan 31

Anonymous asked: Hmm.. well maybe I'll just have to cave in. I can't really say anything more against your definition of a snob, and I know I behave in that way. If something gets too popular too quickly, I don't really want to bother with it while it has that status. I don't know exactly why, if it's sheer snobbiness or some other thing. Maybe it's part of my introvertive being. If I'm not in the socially applauded area, then I'm not expected to socialize about it. Or maybe that's just a bad excuse, haha.

haha. everyone acts snobby sometimes. i do as well!

Jan 31

Anonymous asked: Hehe, I don't know if I would call Descartes a Christmas present... wasn't on my gift list, anyway! // Why, thank you! You're actually the first one to comment on my voice of the people I've played it to, so it's nice to hear. Well, I do have the long hair, which I tend to toupere (I think toupering is impossible in England), people say that's pretty rock'n'roll! Haha, yeah you mentioned it once. Must've been a helluva crush! It's easy to fall for artists. I fell so in love with Jehnny Beth @RF.

IT WAS A JOKE! loads of sarcasm ‘n’ shit. i don’t think anybody thinks that descartes is a christmas present. more like a “hadegave”.

have you played it for a lot of people?
i think it’s soooo unfair, that guys can sing about average, and then it sounds really good, and girls just have to pitch perfect and have a nice voice and a really strong technic before it sounds slightly above average. meh.
hahahaha. are you going the cure-ish or what do you have in mind? (i think that is pretty darn rock and roll. eyeliner and lipstick on men ftw <3)

yeah, it surely is. but it’s just a performance, so it can hurt a lot when the bubble breaks. *sigh*

Jan 31

Anonymous asked: Hahaha, oh how I wish I was a streetsmart youngster in faabs, just for a day! // the old agency couldn't take you further? So how does it work now? You applying for new agencies? Or having photographs recommend you? Or something else? Haha, yes. Fans are always nice to have. So, you consider this fanmail? Haha.

OH NO YOU DIDN’T! girl, hold my earrings!

haha, yeah, i might have quit for the same reason, as i was thrown out for. now i just do a shoot now and then, if i feel like it, or the opportunity comes along.
i have been in a quarrel about that with myself for a long time. i think i’ve come to the conclusion that i’m just not in a place where i want to fight with the expectations and requirements for this particular career.

yeah, i think i do. or at least, it started out like fanmail, i think. haha. it sounds much more self-obsessed than i actually mean. but, you know … right

Jan 31

Anonymous asked: I'm definitely on the "right one" and "multiple right-ones" bandwagon. I just didn't know whether your argument was for or against the only one, but it's clear now! Yeah, I guess they probably often mean more for women than men. Women probably invest more thoughts into the details of the relationship, where men are more concerned with: does it work, or does it not work? That's what you get, being such wonderfully emotional creatures :-)

haha, and my “right now”.theory?

aww man, you’re right. i HATE being a woman. these, what do you call it?…feelings?… are so annoying, please get them off of me.
… i’ve always wanted to be a boy.

Jan 31

Anonymous asked: I guess you're right in the "forming" of a path.. I'm just a bit sad that the real individuality becomes such a small part of it. Our paths are the same most of the way. But then of course, we're all human. The people we relate to grow up in societies not too different from our own. Maybe I just have to find the room for individuality in-between the main road signs on the path..

the individuality lies in how you’re gonna do it.
it’s like you’re giving a set of skills and possibilities, and the way you use those, is how you form your path. we’re so different from one another, so even though the “bigger picture” is quite the same, the details, the things you see when you get close to the big picture, is unique and special and very much indeed individual.
does it make any sense?

i always say, that happiness is not a cardboard box, but what you put in it.

Jan 31