Sometimes you wake up from a slumber that you never knew you were in. Only to wake up into a dream that no one would want. Today belongs to Earth.
Earth is its' own phenomenon. Everything in it is its own as well.
Are you still in some crazy nightmare, one that you don't understand neither source nor meaning? This is part of the reason I started my KSCinderella blog. It's a series of surreal answers to surreal questions. Inspired by my childhood and adult experiences and the unusual markings on my body. Also, the way I sometimes view life as if I'm in some grand bizzaro, b-rated movie. This covers both the written and the visual sections of the blog.
In all of these things I still try to keep my humor ready and my not so pg-rated thoughts in check. My cousin and I used to mimic peoples laughs we heard from television and movies. I did it so much, it took a while to find my own again. We loved listening to music in my family. The two of us would dance and rap and sing to the videos on MTV, VH1 and BET, when they had music videos. We listened to what was popular in almost every decade that was available. One of our favorite tapes, I think we both had it, was Two Live Crew's As Nasty as They Want to Be. I could have done without the cover :-|I even bought it twice, because the first one had broken. We bought our music from the flea market, because they didn't card. It just takes away from the artist talents to censor curse words, lol.
"Nasty" music has always been around. It's innocence that keeps it from being understood by the naive. I was thinking the other day about the time I heard a little girl singing the Oochie Wally song by Nas (click the link at your own risk, as always.) It just concerned me. As I listen to old songs we listened to as kids, I started understanding how naive I was. Even though I was a little girl when bad things started happening, I am on the area of the spectrum were I am probably as perverted as any male. I can turn about anything the wrong way. Maybe that's why I don't keep up with slang and dances any more. I like the naivite' :-) Don't get me wrong, I still listen to about anything I want. I just have not taken them as word and try to notice when they are being used against me. Now I try to make a clean version of a lot of songs and quotes. My quote on Facebook back in the day was something like, "I'm glad I was more naive than I thought."
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