desssie

Delphine, 30, Femmina, Regno UnitoUltimo accesso: Giugno 2012

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  • Titson

    Wow, last.fm brings back memories! I've still got the amazing D-mix somewhere, with Beck's Debra, including the minutes of silence :)

    13 Dic 2011 Rispondi
  • desssie

    ho guigui tu fais fondre mon coeur de pierre... je te dirai sur la/lesquelles j'aurai versé ma larme !

    25 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • CYHSY

    tu veux pas dire mais tu dis quand même ! et moi j'ai AUCUN rond, donc je fais l'impasse pour l'instant... et puis je l'ai déjà vue, même que j'ai pleuré tout seul dans la fosse tellement je suis un mec en or sensible

    25 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • CYHSY

    vas-y, downloade le plug-in itunes qu'on rigole un peu de tes névroses musicales. yes, à ce soir ! bises

    22 Ott 2011 Rispondi
  • CYHSY

    she's back for good!

    22 Ott 2011 Rispondi
  • IanAR

    An overwhelming predominance of goodness, here :) Ian Scrawl Audio

    31 Ott 2010 Rispondi
  • CYHSY

    Are you on Sony's Fantasy Festival yet? http://fantasyfestival.last.fm/invite/?key=cd1087c8e7a78350242d4d88bc309d7e&r=desssie

    15 Dic 2009 Rispondi
  • RemixNoise

    Hi, desssie. If you like music from 90210, you may like Brendan's Band. Check out Lets Get Hitched or Trust Me (Demo) from our new record, set to be released late this summer! Luv, BrEndAn's Band P.S. Bowie Rulez!

    12 Lug 2009 Rispondi
  • CYHSY

    Ecoute "Off The Wall"... Si tu t'en remets, chapeau...

    8 Lug 2009 Rispondi
  • arnaud1369

    Bonjour :) Francis Cabrel a toujours du mal à percer sur ce profil, à ce que je vois :D

    8 Gen 2009 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    oh dear, westminster abbey! i've never visited it, or buckingham palace. ,) anyway did your mum enjoy london? londoners are not too interested in taking an interest in humanity generally, just the other day on oxford street i saw this asshole walking along the pavement deliberately ramming into people as hard as possible. it was almost funny, in a pathetic sort of way...at least he was making an effort to communicate! i think the disappearance of london's central communities hasn't helped, pushing people farther out, so that commuting is the only common experience most of them share. i was reading about the disappearance of the historic neighbourhoods of NYC, how they are bulldozing entire blocks to build condos, and i couldn't help but think of those luxury apartments that have gone up recently in hoxton square. :( soon they will gentrify that, all all those little indie cafés will become starbuckses, costas or neros. anyway! yes have a perfect peaceful sunday evening.

    19 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    like those "iconic" british girls passing out in the streets!! that's a really interesting way of seeing it! haha. i think we still are too conservative compared to NY, they sometimes make some mistakes, but on the whole a city needs to breathe, and just be what it is. tradition is fine until it becomes more important than the lives of the people living now. i agree with you when you said "i know the whole point is precisely to get lost", i also think why visit the kind of places you wouldn't visit in your own city. anyway, i think you have the best idea of how to do it. oh and poverty is what made me live outside of london! but hey, if you want nature and space, just get a train from marylebone and 30 minutes north-west is all the space you'll ever need. ,)

    17 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    So it's not just you and me. it's gets tiring with all those people trying to "be something", obeying those "big city" rules of how to live like a londoner, but just 'cause you live here, doesn't mean you have to behave like everyone else!! london does make you doubt yourself, perhaps that's why people become hard, to protect themselves from a fear of not being good enough? or protect their little bit of personal space? (after commuting to work on the central line?), and slowly without realising they end up closing down to the amazing people that surround them everyday! maybe all this incredible life makes us feel undeserving and bitter, as if we forget that we only see beautiful things in other people, because they mirror something beautiful within ourselves. (: ok, back to the cities, we have some amazing things here architecture, old monuments, but they are just...there, we don't celebrate them too much. :) they are like part of a subcity, less important than what's happening now

    17 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    but isn't the fact london is complex, tough and uncontrollable exactly what makes it exciting in the first place? So you don't plan on growing old in some little peaceful small town then?...me neither, i hate that idea so much, of course i too am still inthe "when i grow up" phase. haha. i would love to live in NY as well, but there's so many difficulties with that, not just the living and working aspect, but having enough money to fly home all the time...you need a good job! it's cool to hear your opinion on the city debate, i find this kind of thing really interesting...good luck with your work! do you work every evening? :S

    16 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    Oh you know, just those big ones you can buy from street vendors in paris, with chocolate and banana inside. i bought a giant pan to make them in, and i'm getting pretty good at keeping them in one piece! but i doubt they're as good as yours. ,) yeah, it'll be a tough squeeze with 10 days, and you don't want to plan too much that you miss the wonderful spontaneous things that come along. i imagine japan to be an insane assault on the senses...how are you gonna take it all in?! (: Paris, i'd say is not as "casual" as london, and that's both a good and bad thing, but ultimately london feels "freer", maybe there are less of those "hidden rules" than in paris. of course i feel totally at ease in London, it's just a hard city to make friends in, especially for me. i met to someone at a concert a while ago, and he told me he's been living in london 16 years, and that was the first time he could remember someone he didn't know starting a conversation at a gig!! that made me feel kinda sad...

    16 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    yes, it's incredibly dull, both the film and the book. urgh! You really get around a lot, you always seem to be going somewhere. (: it would be awesome to visit japan. i used to know loads about it, but i forgotten so much now... how long are going to spend there? It's cool that London feels like home, but hey you never gave me your verdict on which city you prefer, london or paris? right, now i'm off to make some big "street crepes". have a cool evening.

    16 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • liliofthevalley

    je comprends... en juillet (donc avec quand même 3 mois de tournée dans les pattes), c'était vraiment pas terrible. on était 4 et personne n'avait aimé. je crois que s'ils passaient dans le coin, j'aurais du mal à me motiver aussi... bah c'est pas grave, il y a suffisamment d'autres trucs cools à voir!

    16 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • liliofthevalley

    alors ce concert de deus? meilleur que la dernière fois? c'était bien hier au moins?

    16 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    It's great that you broke the concert curse. i don't know Tricky very well, there were a couple of songs i loved a while ago, but i forgot them. I couldn't get tickets to Noah and the Whale in the end, i was going to take your advice and go! i had a nice image in my head, the opposite of Captain Ahab and the Whale, there's this old, and really terrible film, where captain Ahab is fighting moby-dick with a tiny spear, the whale is trying to eat him, and suddenly his wooden leg snaps and he makes this "aaargh!" sound...and every time i see it i end up in hysterics. it's really hillarious....ok, anyway, just ignore that, i talk so much...crap. enjoy riding around on your vélib, maybe take it up to one of those cheap, arty belleville cafés? and have a cool weekend away from stressful london. take care.

    9 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • EchotheSun

    It's ok...it gave me a reason to visit that area, which i probably wouldn't have done otherwise. yes, parisian parks seem more like...gardens, more "maintained" than our natural (a bit boring?) parks, but i don't often go to the ones in london, i kinda have enough countryside out here. my favourite one in paris one is the parc de belleville, it's very tiny i know, but i think that is probably the nicest view in the entire world! the entire city is laid out at your feet and there are few other people around, just an open sky and clouds. i wish i was there now, today was so beautiful. did i tell you i went to the top of the tour montparnasse? that was very surreal, again very few people and you get to stand on the actual top surface of the building, surrounded by the sky, the feeling of the wind and below a vast silenced city, punctuated occasionally by the distant wail of a siren. i have to say i really love that stupid black building now, have you ever been up there? :)

    9 Ott 2008 Rispondi
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