Past Bing – Take a Walk 2011.09.14

Some context: This time last year my grandfather had just died. I had graduated and moved home to live with my parents in a village in Cambridgeshire where I didn’t know anyone. When I wasn’t visiting friends in other parts of the country, I was at home, inside, by a computer. Tumblr: Twitter Facebook: First PBFB: Playlist:

21 Replies to “Past Bing – Take a Walk 2011.09.14”

  1. I love the honesty with your audience. And I understand feeling like you don’t have a best friend or anyone close to talk to, because I never really feel like I have those truly close people. I’ve been screwed over by the people who I’ve let close, and I can’t seem to give anyone else a chance.

  2. yeah, that’s what I wanted to know, but then I googled the line, and it’s Styrofoam Boots/It’s All Nice on Ice, Alright by Modest Mouse. Is that the song you wanted to know the name of? (:

  3. I don’t know why I think Bing cursing is so attractive. It just is, as much as I hate to admit it. I constantly feel like this all the time, and I don’t have any “real friends” either. And so these vloggers and filmakers and comedians and gamers are really the only true friends I have. It’s a bit one sided but they make me feel happy. I share inside jokes with them, I listen to them when they’re going through tough times, I laugh with them, I laugh at them, I help them out when they ask me to,

  4. You are totally not alone. Unfortunately, you belong to a group of people who are, for various reasons (including but obviously not limited to a shared lack of desire to leave the house), very unlikely to meet in order to mutually sympathise, console and support each other. So, hi. Having MDD must suck. Just know that a good life is posssible despite of it. There are tonnes of emotionally different people doing great, well, not so well. Good things are possible & probable. Hope that helps some.

  5. He does that. For art value I really like FB travel stuff, esp. the US trip, because he captures a feeling that is both more ephemeral and more universally accessible. Really gets inside and makes feels happen on me. As for this and things like it, I just like that it captures things a bit more truly – portrays emotions as a process and experience and not just a single output, like a still photo or an emoticon. Life is complicated, feelings are complicated, and this is honest about those things

  6. as much as i don’t like to admit it, i sorta liked it, seeing bing angry, it shows us that he doesn’t hold anything back while speaking to his audience. but yeah, fuck you cows

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