Shaqayeqe

27, Kvinna, IranSenast sedd: senaste månaden

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  • ali_brasil

    bi sabrane dar entezarim ;),,bayad bebinim che mikonand dostanemon,,

    12 jun 09:27 Svara
  • ali_brasil

    albumeshon key release mishe?

    12 jun 09:07 Svara
  • sellul

    Hahahaha

    3 jun 15:29 Svara
  • sellul

    vay, cheghad gharibe shodim o high!!!

    28 feb 22:10 Svara
  • Melchiah3

    Suduaya & Irina Thanks! =)

    28 feb 19:51 Svara
  • Melchiah3

    \o/ Yeah! Floating whaaaale! Indeed, long time no shout! :) Thanks for the awesome application! :D I have been listening to a lot of music in chrome lately xP You found exactly what was missing ;p

    26 feb 18:49 Svara
  • VinceNet

    It's true, it takes something to share a story you write. I think you need to feel really comfortable with the person and/or your story, ideally both, to share it. Especially if you put a lot of yourself in it, then the person will be able to read your thoughts and interpret them the way they please... There must be a fine line between the art and the artist. Then there's always anonymous work and pseudonyms :)

    4 feb 18:13 Svara
  • VinceNet

    You say you have no talent but did anyone read anything you wrote? Because if you're the only judge it's easy to say it's bad (just like it's easy for some people to say their work is awesome :P). The Artist was pretty fun, it was a great throwback to the era where films were silent... I think it surprised a lot of people that it could still work. I like your idea of having zombies creep in on a nice classical story... I thought how it would be possible to now introduce some new things that were never present in old movies but I never thought of zombies. It certainly would be a big project :)

    4 feb 16:53 Svara
  • VinceNet

    It seems you're the opposite of me then, I write sometimes but I can't really make up stories so it always end up very introspective and I can't ever get a storyline somewhere. I think you should write, the beauty of it is that it can be read just by you... There's no need to dare to write, you can just go for it without any pressure. It could be quite cathartic too. Starting is the worse, it's a step to make and then you go with the flow. Ah, look at me giving advices when I can't write a story :P I guess if I made a movie I'd like it to be like old film noirs, with classy clothes, a nice intrigue and witty dialogues.. but then sometimes I just want to make zombies run around eating people :P I like messy movies, they can be great food for thoughts

    3 feb 21:59 Svara
  • VinceNet

    Well, very nice, you had quite a hunch about it, I don't even think most of my friends know that I'd love to write a film :P Thanks for the book recommendation, I've put it on my list! It's great that you're interested in it too, I once joined this website called plotbot where you can write and share scripts but I found it pretty dull and never started.. have you had any good experiences on any writing website? What kind of movie would you write? (I know it's a tough question but a genre can give an idea) I also pondered whether it's best to write and novel and then adapt it or write a screenplay right away... I'm a little ahead of myself since I haven't written any but just I'm asking away here, hope you don't mind :)

    3 feb 21:06 Svara
  • VinceNet

    Actually, I have, it's funny you're asking. I thought I'd love to write a script some day but I never had any proper training... It's something I might do some day. What about you? How come you asked :)

    3 feb 18:09 Svara
  • VinceNet

    I agree that a lot of new horror movies are just about blood and gore, I admittedly find nothing wrong with that and even enjoy a great deal of them, but I see them as fun and not really horrific. What you say about Rosemary's Baby is true and the paranoia is really terrifying... and it leaves you that way long after the movie is over. They are rare movies, but it's still possible to find those! When I mentionned american horror I was more thinking of the likes of Amityville horror (the big house and windows imagery in the drawings!). Sorry for all the rambling, I talk about movies way too much :P

    3 feb 16:48 Svara
  • VinceNet

    Thanks for the links, there's some really great drawings there... They seem really rooted in american horror films with mysterious big houses and a focus on windows which allows us to see things we're not supposed to see... That's why I first thought your picture was from an old horror film :) Really imaginative, thanks! I didn't know there was a black and white version of that painting, I will look it up. You're right, I chose that picture because I think it's one of the most powerful display of emotion

    3 feb 11:25 Svara
  • VinceNet

    Sorry to bust in like this, but I've been staring at the sepia (or is it black and white?) picture in your about me and I'm really wondering where it's from. I just find it eerie and mysterious.. Would you kindly help me out :)?

    3 feb 02:00 Svara
  • arnoldgoo

    I found all those fantastic Icelandic bands here on last fm. Maybe I should travel to Iceland to see why they make that interesting music. Most of the music is rather friendly, kind of soft - pictures from Icelandic landscape seem very opposite of that. Cold and hostile. Anyway - hope you like it.

    11 dec 2013 Svara
  • bryjb2007

    Well thank you! :)

    24 okt 2013 Svara
  • Tlacaelel_vk

    My biggest problem with french is that I pronounce like english... My teachers hate me jajaja. And yeah, it was a surprise with Anathema, they decided very quick to stay with us after the show, cause nobody knew about it. That night was one of the best concerts in my life (Porcupine Tree in 2007 is the best). And well, the future always make us stressed, you have to tell me what are you thinking :D

    22 okt 2013 Svara
  • Tlacaelel_vk

    And what about you? How are you? :D

    18 okt 2013 Svara
  • Tlacaelel_vk

    Hi!!! How are you? I'm fine, my french it's not so bad :D And I was listening Anathema so much cause I saw them the monday 7th, it was an amazing concert!! Puff, I cried lol and the best of the night, I met them! They are great people. Danny ask me for my favorite song and with Vincent we talk about football xD

    18 okt 2013 Svara
  • sellul

    hahahaha :))) na baba, manzooram ine ke ye maahe last fm sar nazade boodam ;) rasti ye shabe baz super shodim ;D

    19 jul 2013 Svara
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Om mig

-either escaping from or sneering at the sharp sword of fate
-we’re on a trip, my mind and I
-kissing life hard on the cheek
-easily attracted to the world of unknown
-looking for the key to an ever-locked door...
-“Drink one for sorrow, but two for tomorrow” Josh Pyke
-“Make it dark, make it grim, make it tough, but then, for the love of God, tell a joke.”
-“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.” Sparky



“My birth didn't add anything to the universe.
My death will not detract anything from its greatness.
No one could ever explain to me why I came here,
why I will leave again.”

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