ahhh…nothing like an old mix CD…

365 Trinkets

Ever had an era in your life that you wanted time to stop so you could enjoy it forever. Well, terrible mix CDs are the cure for that desire. Make a mix CD of your favorite songs today and then listen to it again in ten years. I guarantee that you will be overjoyed when you see that time graciously pushes on and leaves all that angst and immaturity in the dust of your hormonal past. I don’t want to waste my time and give you a track listing of this particular mix, but let me reassure you it’s none of your concern–I guess I’ll never learn–I just want to start writing this blog because I’m sick of being told to wait my turn. Okay, okay–don’t worry, I’m also not going to waste your time by trying to write a post completely with appropriated lyrics from the songs on…

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  1. what about old mix cassettes? ;D
    even more immaturity and hormonal past!

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