Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
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These Questions Two

1. Do you read collections and anthologies in order? Or do you skip around in them? Or does the answer vary, and if so, what does it vary with?

2. If you could wipe a song from the face of the earth, including everyone's memories, which song would it be? I was thinking "Tell Laura I Love Her" because I have a hatred for that song far beyond its actual appearances in my life (which are few and far between). timprov suggested the entire oeuvre of Creed. We moved on to that one horrid car crash song, which would obliterate its original and Eddie Vedder remake forms. But surely we are missing entire realms of the horrid here. Enlighten us.
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