Lyrics: You tell me you like the taste You just need an excuse! You tell me it calms your nerves You just think it looks cool! You tell me you want to be different You just change for the same! You tell me it’s only natural You just need the proof! Did you fucking get it?
It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! And it doesn’t look that way to me, In my eyes And it doesn’t look that way to me, In my eyes
You tell me that nothing matters You’re just fucking scared! You tell me that I’m better You just hate yourself! You tell me that you like her You just wish you did! You tell me that I make no difference At least I’m fuckin’ trying! What the fuck have you done?
It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! It’s in my eyes! And it doesn’t look that way to me, In my eyes And it doesn’t look that way to me, In my eyes … thanks a lot, friends
This is totally relevant to my life right now. Fuck you, lying, heart-breaking alcoholic ex-boyfriend! Fuck this. I just wish I was never born.
I am scared, and I will admit that. If I lose him forever, I will never be able to forgive myself. It all happened so fast. I thought everything was going to be okay, that we would just make up and things would go back to normal again but he didn’t see it like that. I don’t understand. I am afraid and I am alone and I need him to be there for me, I need to be there for him. This can’t happen, not now. Please. please.
I am on a blood lust. When I get in moods like these, that’s the only thing that I want to see. Blood. Your blood, my blood, I want to see it all. I want to spill it out and laugh and smile and slip down into the blue. Fuck you, all of you, I want to see your blood.
Fuck the law! I doubt I'd last long, somehow. Haha, thanks though. I'm glad somebody is reading :)
I feel more at home busking Pat the Bunny songs on dirty streets, or sleeping in fields. Tis awesome you're running FY:FT!
Well I felt this place was lacking in the train love, my friend. So I had to do something about it! :)
It’s in my genes. I was right all along. It’s in my genes. As my mother told me the story, I could see it happening through her eyes exactly as it must have happened. “Your grandfather… he always seemed like a happy man, he knew how to please the crowds and make people laugh. Now, one-on-one was a totally different story. One day I came home, and he was sitting at the end of the dining room table, all alone in the dark. You knew something was wrong because he was so alone and he was crying. I saw then that he had a shotgun in his hands. He was alone in the dark, crying, with a gun in his hands. I will never forget that.” I could imagine myself in that room right there with him. He wasn’t alone after all. I felt like I completely understood him, even though he died shortly after my birth. The psychiatrist diagnosed me so it’s official. I start taking anti-depressants tomorrow. I’m scheduled for therapy in November.
I don’t know what I am going to do. I’m scared. If this doesn’t work then I may end up feeling this way for the rest of my life.
The benefits of sleep are well-documented, but researcher Sara C. Mednick, PhD, and her colleagues are finding that certain stages of sleep actually have distinct roles in people’s memory capacity. The REM (rapid eye movement) sleep stage — where people’s dreams are most vivid — is also important for people’s memory systems, Mednick found.
Mednick, who is a leading sleep researcher at the University of California, San Diego, presented findings from a recent study. Using a creativity task called a Remote Associates Test, study participants were shown multiple groups of three words (e.g., cookie, heart, sixteen) and asked to find another word that can be associated with all three words. In this case, the answer would have been “sweet.” Participants were tested once in the morning and again in the afternoon, either after a nap with REM sleep, one without REM sleep or a quiet rest period.
Although the quiet rest and non-REM sleep groups received the same words prior to the association task, they displayed no improvement on the Remote Associates Test. However, the REM sleep group improved by almost 40 percent over their morning performances. The authors hypothesize that the formation of associative networks from previously unassociated information in the brain, leading to creative problem-solving, is facilitated by changes to neurotransmitter systems during REM sleep.
REM has been shown multiple times to help with memory- even for motor tasks. Naps can aid with this memory consolidation… as long as you get to the REM stage before you wake up. You will preform better on a test (for example) if after you study, you sleep and consolidate everything you learned before you take the exam.