TBH I only took this quiz because I wanted to get “Cacao”
In high school, I was changing back out of my gym clothes after class. I bent down to tie my shoe and bashed my head on my locker when I stood up. It hurt a little, but not bad enough where I even thought about it. Suddenly, I noticed my friend staring at me. I was confused until I touched my head where I hit it. It was bleeding horribly and wouldn’t stop. I went to my gym teacher to ask her what to do. “I kind of hit my head,” I said, embarrassed, to the nearly 80 year old former gymnast. “HOLY SHIT!” she exclaimed. She then ran me through the hall screaming, “MOVE OUTTA THE WAY! EMERGENCY!” the entire time. This was during passing period, so everyone was in the hall. I ended up getting 5 staples in my head.
the Elliott Smith cover by whoever that is was just not good. Sorry.
My friend always makes fun of me for being so similar to Richie, and hey, I got Richie.
Everything’s Okay by Elliott Smith
Wristcutters: A Love Story and The Royal Tenenbaums!!!
So, Motocrossed is definitely my favorite disney channel movie, closely followed by stuck in the suburbs.
Wow. First of all, learn how to spell. Second of all, some of your answers are so stupid I can’t even handle it. For example, I like bearded men and am the furthest thing from trailer trash and I also don’t drink at all so I’m not drunk. Also, hummus is delicious and I’m not vegan.
Hedwig & the Angry Inch. I first watched it with my best friend a few years ago and I was sobbing uncontrollably by the end, while she wasn’t affected at all. It made me realize so many things about myself. My friend doesn’t get it.
YES Six Feet Under. Not only the moment that’s listed, but the entire last 5-10 minutes of the series finale. AND the 3rd to last (?) episode about Nate’s funeral.
The Nate’s funeral episode and end of the series finale of Six Feet Under.
I actually cry at almost every single movie I watch because I’m a weirdly emotional person. It actually took me forever to think of the movie I cried hardest at because I somewhat recently watched the TV series Six Feet Under and the last three episodes in general killed me, but it was the third to last episode that started it. I just kept thinking about what if that happened to me, what if that was my family, etc. and ended up crying so hard that I puked. Never want to have that experience again. But movies, a recent one would be Les Mis. I’ve seen it on stage before so I knew what was coming and tried to brace myself since I was with my mom and didn’t want to cry in front of her, but I had to excuse myself to the bathroom so that I could cry. It was rough.
I watched 5 over and over because the way the puppet looks when it turned its face was too funny.
#71…Mary and Max anyone???
A few years ago I had tickets to see Morrissey, but that morning, I woke up with the stomach flu. Well, I REALLY wanted to go to this concert, so I slept all day and ended up going with my mom instead of my friend. It was in a very small venue and you could hear the concert crystal clear, completely unmuffled in the bathroom. I only puked once during, but it was at the most hilarious possible time, when Morrissey was singing Let Me Kiss You.
I GOT GOOD BURGER I’M CRYING
I got music. Which is bizarre because I’ve been playing piano forever and am always trying to take up new instruments. This quiz is legit.
Fuck yes. I got Hedwig and the Angry Inch which I didn’t even think would be a result but is my favorite musical of all time.
When I saw a movie which terrified me. I could never remember the name of it. Years later, my brother and I decided to rent Little Monsters because we have a weird sense of humor and thought it would be funny, and also because we were babysitting our little brother and it was a “kids” movie. Soon I found out that it was the movie that scarred me as a child. My little brother had nightmares for weeks. It was rough.
We’re your typical indie band.
Once, my best friend and I had a huge fight because I changed my top friend from her to a guy I had a crush on because I thought it would make him notice me. It didn’t.
It took me until my sophomore year of college to find a best friend like this, but now I can’t imagine living without her.
I never liked the movies or books, but for real tho, why DID it take 5 movies to get to Lee Pace??
HELL NO! Cheese curds in any form (actually cheese in general) definitely, definitely belong to Wisconsin. And Pasties totally belong to the UP.
-Proud Wisconsinite who now lives in the UP
you guys…Elliott Smith.
MISTER DOG!!!! I used to love that one when I was little.
I was browsing this list, not particularly impressed but not disappointed either, and then I saw King’s Crossing and had to listen to it for the billionth time, and it still gets me.
EXCLUSIVE COMPANY! 7 (used to be 8 before the madison location closed) locations throughout Wisconsin! I go to my local one at least once a week.
I was in going into the fitting room at Kohl’s. A girl about age 5 walked in in front of me with her mom. I heard them talking.
Girl: “Mommy, when will we do the art classes?”
Mom: “Honey, I’ve been busy lately, but it will be soon!”
Girl: “NO! You have not been busy. You have been learning to spin on the fireman pole in your bedroom! And showing daddy too!”
The roommate who Skypes with her boyfriend every night until 1 or 2 in the morning, loudly, whining, and then has him call her every morning at 5 AM sharp just to whine, “Babyyyy, I’m sooooo tired, I’ll call you laterrrrr.” Not to mention they did Skype at lunchtime every day, talk on the phone at least 2 or 3 times a day, and did text all day, and if I heard her text tone “Hey Babe! You got a love message!” one more time I was gonna kill someone. AND she not only listened to country music (which I personally hate), it was THE SAME 20 SONG OVER AND OVER AND OVER. Seriously, I could probably stand the music thing if there was just a *little* variety.
the first one has Save Ferris and Mary Lou Lord? That’s kind of awesome.