Music Life=Love

side effects of going solo:

  • having to be the cute one
  • having to also be the sulky one. but its hard, because you’re also the cute one and there’s nothing really cute about being sulky.
  • having to be the dangerous one. but that’s hard, because you’re already cute and sulky and people aren’t really scared of sad little cutie pies.
  • having to be the talented one. but all this time you’ve spent trying to balance cute, sulky, and dangerous has really eaten up your schedule, and well - it makes it hard to refine your talents.
  • having to be the fun one. but you’ve kind of been burning the candle at both ends being cute, sulky, dangerous and talented, so let’s face it - you’re not necessarily a joy to be around.
  • getting to take up the entire album cover with just a picture of you in a bubble bath, which is something you’ve been pitching unsuccessfully to the band for years.

side effects of being secretly good at juggling:

  • waiting patiently for someone to mention juggling in a conversation
  • no one ever mentions juggling
  • starting a solo career to increase your media exposure for the sole purpose of increasing the odds that someone will ask you about juggling
  • still nothing. all they ever want to talk about is your music and your love life. dammit.
  • wishing with your entire heart that a crowd of people would somehow start yelling for you to juggle
  • juggling

Thank you to the bands who made my life a little less crappy