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#122
Quote by neidnarb11890
my dream grrrl would love Nico & My Bloody Valentine.

your dream girl don't exist
#124
I don't care about peoples' music taste. it would be really boring to have a girlfriend who didn't have any different likes and dislikes than me, anyway. if anything, i'd rather have a significant other who listened to boring mainstream music because it would probably correlate with the fact that she'd be more functional/grounded and less of an embarrassing geek than me
#125
Quote by due 07
The Beatles sold a lot of records not because they were the greatest musicians but simply because their music was easy to sell to the masses: it had no difficult content, it had no technical innovations, it had no creative depth. They wrote a bunch of catchy 3-minute ditties and they were photogenic. If somebody had not invented "beatlemania" in 1963, you would not have wasted five minutes of your time to read a page about such a trivial band.

So sayeth the mouth of one who has never listened to the second side of Abbey Road.
#126
It would be great to be with someone who listens to diffrent music than I do. Might turn me on to something new and exciting.
#129
Quote by Rockford_rocks
She'd be able to listen to what I like and enjoy it, but be an individual and have her own tastes as well.


this is pretty perfect
#132
Quote by Colgate Total
I ****ing hate Rush. I canceled my XM subscription because the assclown on Ozzy's Boneyard plays that band every ****ing day, multiple times per ****ing day for ****'s sake god ****ing damn it.

My perfect gf would listen to no music at all.
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Last edited by silver_haze at Jul 14, 2013,
#133
A fan of heavy metal to some degree, and can appreciate it, but have her own individual tastes. That's what makes us all human, right?
Definitely not strictly radio music and garbage like that. If that's all she likes then chances are I wouldn't be with her in the first place, because I like someone I can connect with musically as well.
#134
Quote by flame843
I don't care about peoples' music taste. it would be really boring to have a girlfriend who didn't have any different likes and dislikes than me, anyway. if anything, i'd rather have a significant other who listened to boring mainstream music because it would probably correlate with the fact that she'd be more functional/grounded and less of an embarrassing geek than me


right until, road trip and she wants to put miki manaj

and all your 7 dysfunctional children all love that skrillexkorn, and they each wants a turn at his/her favorite single