Rhapsody in Blue is probably the hardest song I've ever played on the piano. It's a well known piece by our friend Gershwin. The hardest part is where you're playing triplets with your left hand and eighth notes with your right.
It's hard to mix those. Anyone ever done Rhapsody in Blue?
And, we have this new guy in orchestra to help clean up the room, and apparently one of my friends whom is like best friends with him told him I was gay, and he didn't believe her!
I just want to laugh at that for some reason.
She had to call me over and confirm my gayness before he finally believes it. 11% of people are gay. SOMEONE has to be part of that 11%, why can't it be me?
I was a half hour late back from swimming today, because me and these two other girls had to wrap lane lines. I could have left them, but I woulda felt really bad...
Then I had a strong headwind against my homeward scootering, and I almost got hit by a car.
Sometimes people have asked why I don't bike instead of scooter to practice, and it's because I have affections for objects I use a lot for a long time. This scooter is about 10 years old, and I've been riding it since I was 5.
My baby blanket is older than me, and I still sleep with it.
Do you remember what Tophat said when he said you can be either sexually, romantically, or aesthetically attracted to someone?
I definitely have all those for guys, no question.
There are definitely girls I find aesthetically pleasing, which means thinking they are wonderful people with no attraction.
But also, sometimes I think I feel just a little romantically attracted to some girls too. Just a little. Way more with guys, but still.
I would date someone with just romantic attraction (never with just sexual though. That's pretty much just having someone to jerk off too DX) I would prefer sexual attraction too, but it's definitely not required.
So, by that logic, I could date a girl if I felt romantic attraction, right?
Would that make me not gay, or does the fact I feel no sexual attraction still override that?