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I’m worried on occasions I appear standoffish, or rude. I’m worried people think I don’t like them when that is not the case, simply because I don’t speak to them. I’m also worried that people think I’m weird because I can’t hold a conversation and I go back to the same topic all of the time. Allow me to explain myself.

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  • Question: would you be a darling and let me edit the layout of your blog sometime? xxx - drunkonteaandsex
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    But I like my layout… Only if I can change it back after xx

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I’ve been to see the Wombats at the iTunes Festival in Camden the Roundhouse, Owl City at Shepherd’s Bush and The Arctic Monkeys at the O2

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I’ve been to see the Wombats at the iTunes Festival in Camden the Roundhouse, Owl City at Shepherd’s Bush and The Arctic Monkeys at the O2

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I’m currently learning drums, and produced my first song, a cover of Foster the People’s hit Pumped Up Kicks, all by myself, multitracking the sections (available to listen to on my soundcloud: soundcloud.com/reeceweaver). I hope I can get good at drums so I can produce more tracks like that in the future, as it’s hugely enjoyable and it’s good to smash some drums to get rid of stress. 

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I’m currently learning drums, and produced my first song, a cover of Foster the People’s hit Pumped Up Kicks, all by myself, multitracking the sections (available to listen to on my soundcloud: soundcloud.com/reeceweaver). I hope I can get good at drums so I can produce more tracks like that in the future, as it’s hugely enjoyable and it’s good to smash some drums to get rid of stress. 

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I’ve performed on stage a few times. I was in a few plays when I was younger, being Jesus in year 4, and in Guys and Dolls in year 7. Later, my band and I performed on stage at school and at random events, live videos of which can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejK5v1ZChis and here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYOP9dMiG8w . It’s good fun and I like sharing my music with the world. 

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I’ve performed on stage a few times. I was in a few plays when I was younger, being Jesus in year 4, and in Guys and Dolls in year 7. Later, my band and I performed on stage at school and at random events, live videos of which can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejK5v1ZChis and here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYOP9dMiG8w . It’s good fun and I like sharing my music with the world. 

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I’ve written a few songs over my time. I started writing crappy songs, for guitar and vocals, a few of which I still have saved on my hard drive. my favourite one was “What Can I Say”, of which there were multiple recordings and versions, none of which were ever released because I hated my singing. I then moved onto rapping, writing songs for my youtube channel ReeceWeaverTV. It started with Welcome to Dagenham, which got almost 1000 views, but when downhill from there. I gave that up after I realised the 8th song I wrote was crap. But my highlights from that were Welcome to Dagenham and Broken Hearts and Bleeding Eardrums. All of that embarrassment is still live. I wrote a song called Leave This City which was half sung and half rapped, but I can’t remember much of it, although there is a recording somewhere. I then went on to write a few songs for my band, the most notable of which is Leaving Here, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP8Z-_3xbwo)  which is the only one we released. I wrote another song called Miles Away which I performed myself, but am waiting for the whole band to preform. I’ve also wrote the chord sequences for a few songs which Mac wrote lyrics for, and I’ve wrote a few other untitled songs which are knocking about. I like writing songs, it’s a fun, natural bit of creativity, and it’s a good way to express the things you are feeling. 

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I’ve written a few songs over my time. I started writing crappy songs, for guitar and vocals, a few of which I still have saved on my hard drive. my favourite one was “What Can I Say”, of which there were multiple recordings and versions, none of which were ever released because I hated my singing. I then moved onto rapping, writing songs for my youtube channel ReeceWeaverTV. It started with Welcome to Dagenham, which got almost 1000 views, but when downhill from there. I gave that up after I realised the 8th song I wrote was crap. But my highlights from that were Welcome to Dagenham and Broken Hearts and Bleeding Eardrums. All of that embarrassment is still live. I wrote a song called Leave This City which was half sung and half rapped, but I can’t remember much of it, although there is a recording somewhere. I then went on to write a few songs for my band, the most notable of which is Leaving Here, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP8Z-_3xbwo)  which is the only one we released. I wrote another song called Miles Away which I performed myself, but am waiting for the whole band to preform. I’ve also wrote the chord sequences for a few songs which Mac wrote lyrics for, and I’ve wrote a few other untitled songs which are knocking about. I like writing songs, it’s a fun, natural bit of creativity, and it’s a good way to express the things you are feeling. 

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I’m a big fan of Alex Day, and he recently released a video called “Regeneration” (Link here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtkAcmgv4Bo) where he discusses how his style of clothing has changed over time, and how he regenerates into a new Alex every few years when his style changes. It got me thinking how mine has changed to. So I’m going to write about it. Deal with it.

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I owned a fish, called Sticky, from when I was 3, bought for me just before my little brother was born. After years of consistant pestering, we got a Cavalier Kings Charles Spaniel called Molly, my dog. I take her for walks sometimes and play with her, classic dog ownery stuff

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I owned a fish, called Sticky, from when I was 3, bought for me just before my little brother was born. After years of consistant pestering, we got a Cavalier Kings Charles Spaniel called Molly, my dog. I take her for walks sometimes and play with her, classic dog ownery stuff

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I bought a £15 uke and taught myself to play using a chord sheet online. I can play some songs I can play on Guitar, such as Sheila by Jamie T and I’m Yours by Jason Mraz. I wrote a song called the Ukelele Rap, but I never really released it, and I have no idea where it went. You can view my cover of Sheila here: http://youtu.be/HzCO0bIVKsM

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I bought a £15 uke and taught myself to play using a chord sheet online. I can play some songs I can play on Guitar, such as Sheila by Jamie T and I’m Yours by Jason Mraz. I wrote a song called the Ukelele Rap, but I never really released it, and I have no idea where it went. You can view my cover of Sheila here: http://youtu.be/HzCO0bIVKsM

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My grandmother used to take me bowling all the time. I also went to a lot of bowling parties. I used to have a special move where I’d stand backwards to the pin and do a Michael Jackson spin around to throw. I got a strike with it a few times. 

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