I can’t help it. Just thought I would share that tidbit of info with the world. Rachmaninoff makes me horny.

On to other news. Today I watched the Watchmen, well at least the second half of it, I tried to watch it last night but I fell asleep. Prognosis: What a waste of a movie, no wonder Alan Moore didn’t want to be associated with it. I was bored so I decided to spend much of the movie exercising my pc muscles, which only made me lightheaded and horny. Finally I gave up and just jerked off through much of the second half of it. That is what I often do when a movie is a bust, at least I end up getting some pleasure out of it.

So now I get back to playing the piano, and trying to make sense of Rachmaninoffs Preludes.

8 Responses to “Rachmaninoff makes me horny/Watchmen sucked”

  1. Cand86 Says:

    Glad to know I wasn’t the only one who couldn’t stand “The Watchmen” . . . it dragged on for forever!

    Also, confession: I feel all slinky-sexy-evil to Op. 3 No. 2 in C# Minor, especially the opening.

  2. Mandy Says:

    I wasn’t all that surprised. V for Vendetta was terrible so I wasn’t expecting much from Watchmen either. Still, it seemed like it would be good mindless entertainment. It was like a sleeping pill that makes you groggy but doesn’t quite put you to sleep.

  3. Hiro Says:

    I am glad to know you like Rachmaninoff. I like listening
    to Vocalise, Piano Concerto No.2, and No.3 Paganini Raphsody. Can you please recommend others?

    Oh, sorry! I forgot to introduce myself.
    I am Hiro, Japanese Transsexual freak and
    amdirerer of you…

  4. Mandy Says:

    Right now I’m obsessively playing Prelude #5 from Rachmaninoffs 32nd opus. It is such a beautiful song, it melts my brain.

    I’ve always loved variations on Paganini compositions, the ones by Rachmaninoff are great, the ones by Listz are mind blowing.

  5. Hiro Says:

    Thanks for recommending Rachmaninoffs 32nd Opus.
    I will listen later. Do you like French composers?
    I like Faure, Debussy and D’Indy.
    I recommend you to hear this piece, la joie de bleu profonde which describes Summer daylight at Seaside.
    I hope you will like it…


  6. Mandy Says:

    The only French composer I’m familiar with is Debussy, and even then I only play Claire De Lune and Deux Arabesques.

    I mostly stick to Chopin, Listz, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven and a few other composers. Today I’m obsessing over Fantasie Impromptu by Chopin, it is a very fun piece to play.

  7. Hiro Says:

    Oh! You can play Fantasie Impromptu?! That means you are quite excellent pianist. A girlfriend who I have been
    steady said it was one of difficult piece to play…

  8. Mandy Says:

    Well I wouldn’t say I can play it, after all I just started learning it 4 days ago. But its actually much easier than I thought it would be.