Hey /mu/, long time no see!
Talk has started about a Winter Ball, are you going? I can't remember what your relationship status is like, didn't you have a thing with /x/ or are you still pining after /lit/?
/v/ thread talking about plans
you want a ball?? here's you ball, b*tch!
Everyone on 4chan is an autistic prude, come on. Its just a matter of finding another isolated board who's open to going with us.
Who responded positively to our mix tape campaign? I think /mlp/ did.
NO, leave /mu/ now and never come back
Leave now and never come back
Leave now and never come back
Leave now and never come back
Personally I feel like we should take r9k out. They're pretty chill, they share a similar number of feels I mean look, our sticky even TELLS us to go to r9k for the feels - let's feel feels with our bros at r9k
Just to let you know /mu/
/lit/ wants to go on an elitist halloween dance thing with /mu/, /fa/, and /a/
We are still having an existential crisis on if were a girl or not but, yeah
Make a good mix-tape and dress pretty
Everyone who wants /po/ as our partner, reply to this with "A"
Everyone who wants /r9k/ as our partner, reply to this with "B"
Everyone who wants /fa/ as our partner, reply to this with "C"
Everyone who wants /soc/ as our partner, reply to this with "D"
Everyone who wants a different board then the ones listed as our partner, reply to this with "E"
/a/ is a fucking anomoly but other than that, let's go for it! /mu/ and /fa/ are my OPT- I mean, we've got a lot on common and we've liked /lit/ for forever.
We might get some, guys.
Still going through the existential crisis
/mu/, how would you describe /lit/? Personality? Quirks?
Elitism is a given, but we need some authentic obscure elitism here.
Well, /mu/ has always been male. So the inclination is to suggest that /lit/ is female if they're paired.
I'd point out the fact that e/lit/ists tend to be more open minded to leftist thought than the rest of the site, and as such would be more oriented toward academic feminism (which seems to make them lean toward being female as a board personification)
Seems nice but pretty backhanded, patronisng bitch. Yeah, you're a girl.
>you read [pretentious title]? haha, sparknotes isn't reading, sweetie. don't worry, you'll pick it up. why don't you start with the Hunger Games, huh?
>Seems nice but pretty backhanded, patronisng bitch. Yeah, you're a girl.
why haven't i met one yet
also deep down, /lit/ is as soft as /mu/ is. we're into consuming art, we kinda have to be
I thought we're both about finding the most obscure form of said art and call others plebs while holding ourselves in higher ground because we found the most obscure thing we can
The true question is this
[spoiler] What is the song we play, boombox raised above our head, that swings /lit/ off her delicate feet? [/spoiler]
/a/ is always tsundere for /v/
They're just mad that /v/ is giving his boipussy to /pol/ recently
why would we ask /po/ when /lit/ is the obvious option? /mu/ and /lit/ are very similar boards and both filled with condescending pricks who like art more than you like art. it's the perfect match.
/lit/ tries way too hard to look intelligent and elitist, based almost purely on a desire to be taken seriously.
This isn't a general thing, but the amount of people on /lit/ who deliberately compose a comment like they're writing a dissertation, inserting as much abstruse language as possible, is pretty high.
/pol/ is so cute! why don't we pick on him until he chooses us
That doesn't seem like a very Christian thing to do, anon.
Im going to make a comic coming up to halloween about /mu/ asking out /lit/ to a ball and them going
Please, for the love of God, have them slowdance to Penderecki's Dimensions of Time and Silence.
I think I already have a gag with that
Ill probably have to hang around here to see whats going on
All Ive got is NMH, Kanye, and Im guessing you guys listen to American Football
Lets pick the most boyish board we can find, I even think /fit/ or /cm/
/mu/'s most posted bands are the following:
>NMH, and anything Jeff Mangum has ever done
>ask /lit/ to the ball
>/lit/ hesitates but says yes
>go to the ball
>ask /lit/ to dance
>she tells us to get her some drinks
>come back shes gone
>leave the ball and go to /r9k/s place
>get drunk and talk about feels all night long
/lit/ again here
What is up with /mu/ and Anne Frank?
Is it just more NMH?
Youll be receiving an elaborate fart poem in your locker within two days.
>Is it just more NMH?
It's a joke about Jeff Mangum's fixation, since ITAOTS uses her story (and Jeff's emotions toward her) as a vehicle for the theme. It'd probably be one of the harder parts of the album for plebs to get around, since the rest of it is so accessible.
Actually in interviews he's talked about being completely obsessed with her death after reading her diary, having night terrors where he hallucinated her, and having disturbing, recurrent dreams where he saved her.
JM: Right before recording On Avery Island I was walking around in Ruston [La.] waiting to go to Denver to record. I don't consider myself to be a very educated person, 'cause I've spent a lot of my life in dreams....And I was walking around wondering, "If I knew the history of the world, would everything make more sense to me or would I just lose my mind?" And I came to the conclusion that I'd probably just lose my mind. The next day I went into a bookstore and walked to the wall in the back, and there was The Diary of Anne Frank. I'd never given it any thought in my entire life. I spent two days reading it and then completely flipped out.
Pitchfork: So you proved your thesis.
JM: Yeah. I spent about three days crying, and just was completely flipped-out. While I was reading the book, she was alive to me. I pretty much knew what was going to happen.
But that's the thing: You love people because you know their story. You have sympathy for people even when they do stupid things because you know where they're coming from, you understand where they're at in their head. And so here I am as deep as you can go in someone's head, in some ways deeper than you can go with even someone you know in the flesh. And then at the end, she gets disposed of like a piece of trash. And that was something that completely blew my mind. The references to her on the record-- like "Ghost" refers to her being born. And I would go to bed every night and have dreams about having a time machine and somehow I'd have the ability to move through time and space freely, and save Anne Frank. Do you think that's embarrassing?