Writing 101: They’re playing our song

Choose 3 songs, yeah right. Where will I found those? I have no special memories of any songs. I liked so many over the years. One thing is for sure, music in the 2000’s is crap. Most of them. Classics rule. Ok I got those three songs, you asked for.

Pray- Take That

American’s probably don’t know who they were (still are) But they were a boyband from Manchester, England. They were popular in the 1990’s. The were 5 guys who danced and sang. Won’t go into details. This was their first number one in the UK. The video was shot in Acapulco. I loved the band. They were my teenage crush. You people don’t know what you missed. Backstreet boys, who?

A view to a kill- Duran Duran

My mum taped songs from the radio and this was one of them. It’s a theme song for the James Bond movie, A view to a kill. That’s all. Duran Duran is still the bomb.

Hand on your heart – Kylie Minogue

I remember this song but I never remember what it is called, I remember the video though. I always wished she would be my sister. Some kind of substitute to my own sister. Kylie just seemed down to earth and someone who could be there for you. Later I have found the song on GrooveShark and I still love it.

Phew I made it. 15 minutes up.

Weekly Writing Challenge: A lost art

A lost art can be as simple as closing a door or a gate. It seems there are people who don’t know how to close one behind them. Strange that they can open them but not close it. Same with lights. Everything seems to be automatic these days so people forget how to do things on their own.

Another thing that seems difficult for people, is talking face to face. You see people walking down the streets with their noses in their expensive iPhones and don’t pay attention to their surroundings. They can’t go anywhere without them. Some even use them while driving which is stupid and dangerous. It seems they are addicted to them. You see people in buses, trains or any other vehicle playing with their phones. Surfing the net seems to be more important than human relations.
As an introvert, talking to strangers is difficult but I don’t want to be online all the time. But even extroverts rather chat with people online than offline. That’s a lost art that should not be forgotten. Humans need to interact with people outside the internet.

An art that should disappear is “Selfies” (should be called Selfish) and good quality camera phones. “Selfies” is so old and boring. It was fun at first but now it’s everywhere. Since when have people become so self-centered? Didn’t their parents give them enough of attention or why is taking pictures of yourself so important? Even athletes keeps posting them on Twitter. Enough is enough. It just takes all the fun out of social media.
Camera phones is another art that should be lost. Now everybody think they’re pro photographers. Phones shouldn’t replace real cameras. It seems quantity is more important than quality. A phone is a phone and a camera is a camera. They should never have been combined. The fact is, camera phones will never be as good as real camera. In the end anyone can take photos but how many can take good ones? Think about that.