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He heard nothing she was saying. He didn’t even notice she was talking. Head down, he wrote in his note book, jotting along to his punk music and tapping the page in time as he thought. Eventually, he looked up.
“Oh, sorry.” He remarked taking out his earphones, “I didn’t hear you.”
By Lauren Mac URL on 09.09.2012
I don’t use headphones that much, they hurt my ears. However I have been compelled to use them once in the last week as i entered an anxiety inducing experience and was advised to put on the headphones and listen carefully to the relaxation cd.
By Sue Vinten on 09.09.2012
i like big headphones.
By dina on 09.09.2012
Gotta admit I love MUsic. It feeds the soul, in so many ways. And headphones make it all that more personal, don’t they? Headphones ON, world OFF. That’s the way i love it.
By Noureen on 09.09.2012
It’s that song again and I’m drowned with its somber string arrangement thinking about my hopes and expectations on life and death.
Imagining my life through the lyrics and emotions of the person singing this sad song,
and I look back and realize that I slipped again from my reality that screams desperation and exhaustion.
Maybe it’s for the best that me and my headphones are destined with each other.
Me, being its master that has the power to control; and my headphones, feeding me the tragic world without time and space that I aspire to be in forever.
By jwlmnl URL on 09.09.2012
I’m always using headphones for meetings, and conference, sometimes it help much to isolate yourself from external world, I like it pretty much,
By ahmed URL on 09.09.2012
The headphones were green. Not grassgreen. Just green. And for some reason they always played wonderful music.
By Peter Nyhuus on 09.09.2012
If only headphones could block pain as well as sound. Her intestines stabbed violently at her awareness, preventing meaningful thought, let alone work. How could something that tasted so good be so bad?
By L. A. Smith URL on 09.09.2012
His headphones cuddled the top of his head, as though holding his skull in place so it didn’t fall apart — or rather explode from the loudness of the beat. Pure, thudding bass pounded at his brain from both sides, and I wonder how the walnuty organ withstood such a sonic attack.
By Hazem on 09.09.2012
having special access to your voice, you got all my attention, never had enough of your tone.
By Tarek Helal URL on 09.09.2012
The most entertainment you can have privately on-the-go.
By Eric URL on 09.09.2012
music, relaxation, modern times, computer, omar khayrat, opera house, swans, life, rhythums, dancing, quraan, kahf, life, death, speech, fast pace and drums.
By Salma El-Banna on 09.09.2012
I stared out the window of another bus, the Asian scenery whizzing by. Mat Kearney sang in my ear, as he had been quite a lot lately. And before him it was Angels and Airwaves, for god knows how long, months.
I thought of Dave a lot, then. Dave and for some reason, Vince. And Scott.
By globusgeckus URL on 09.09.2012
The headphones that I was wearing was a bit too tight on my head. I tried to loosen them but to no avail. I had to discard them, because there made me feel uncomfortable.
By victor URL on 09.09.2012
Breed bleeding eardrums
and mute ex-lovers
but at least you have something to listen to while you mow the lawn
By Zach S URL on 09.09.2012
My brother has bought a great headphone last week from el bostan mall foe 100 egp and its made by microd=soft. its so comfortable with clear hearing and strong mike.
Its colour is great (black. . I hope i could buy one some time.
By mohamed nsaef on 09.09.2012
I always buy new headphone and i don’t know how it gets cracked. No matter how expensive i purchase it from anywhere.. Damn it!!!
By ZSN URL on 09.09.2012
sound, ears, you can hear aowsome music with creatve headphones with mood, head, music, wirel
By seif on 09.09.2012
I see you, all of you, but all is irrelevant. I have slipped into the realm of complete and utter magic. I have drowned in nothing but sounds. I don’t need your babble and your sad anecdotes. I have but the voice of the gun and the sounds of the trees and this is all I need to get by.
By elysia URL on 09.09.2012
I never liked headphones..first they were too bulky and never sat steady on my head
Then they got too small and always hurt my ear bones..
Then there was always the worry about hearing loss
By Ingy elbahrawy on 09.09.2012
They cause me so much pain when being there for a long time but they are a great invention love them A LOT <3 Can't even think what it would be like not having them and listening to everything out loud :D
By Dina on 09.09.2012
تمتعني كثيرا …تمنحني خصوصيه …..تجلب الانظار الي……استخدمها كثيرا ……
By mahamoud selim on 09.09.2012
Are very useful when you don’t want interruptions. I just love them.
By Ghadeer Adel on 09.09.2012
headphones are my absolute gadget ‘i buy almost two pairs per month,as i listen to music many hours per day.music is really important for my life because it helps get inspired and be creative and via headphones music touchesc my brain.now of course i had to buy one pair as i’m again run out of them.
By fay on 09.09.2012
And we call all use headphones and just listen to whatever sort of music we like
And we can just look at the world without hearing a sound from the outside
And we can just say to ourselves “hey, I think I’ve got no difference to deaf people.”
By Camille URL on 09.09.2012
i like headphones, they are great, i can listen to music and watch films with no one else hearing it around me. it makes me feel like i am living with the music and that i am part of it. it drifts into my head and releases my tension, relaxes my muscles and surrounds me with inspiration.
By natasha on 09.09.2012
I pulled the cords to dislodge the headphones from my ears. I’ve never liked the little head phones with the squeezability to shove them into your ears. I sighed, tossing them into my bag. There was 20 more minutes of class and we had a sub. They always just give us busy work, but the sheet she handed out was just some simple review.
By Amarie URL on 09.09.2012
I need to buy a new pair.
It’s music, it’s information, it’s respectful because you’re not bothering those next to you. It’s great to use when travelling and get work. It’s important to use while working.
By Karine on 09.09.2012
headphones = music. What would i do without my music?? It accompanies me everywhere and is there for me when no one else is.
It may seem childish and ’emo’ to say that music is my life but it really is. Headphones are a transmitter to it..
How I wish I know how to play some decent music :/ biggest regret of my life as of now.
By michelle shwe URL on 09.09.2012
headphones… Headphones a go-go! I desperately need new headphones, but not the bulking kind. You know, I want the slick kind you can just stick right in your ears because I want to go deaf sooner than later.
By Jellybean1977 on 09.09.2012
Headphones are the well-worn paths that connect music to souls. It whispers to long-forgotten notes and melodies, gently coaxing them towards somewhere deep, a place where dreams are made and memories are forgotten.
By S.C. on 09.09.2012
The headphones were to big. The music was to loud. The room was to dark. Yet, she could not help herself as she slipped into a fantasy of fun and fast passed living. She knew he wouldn’t be home for hours and that she could do as she pleased.
By Crisnole URL on 09.09.2012
The headphones were obviously bad news. Everything–their frayed rubber chord, dirty earbuds, off-white coloration, and the strange whispery noise they made whenever you put them on–spelled disaster. But Mark bought them anyway and plugged them into his head. That’s when it began.
By Mina on 09.09.2012
All I saw was his lips moving, flapping about like a fish gasping for air. Talking to say nothing, a useless action, a masturbation of language. Thank Allah for my headphones…
By Ana Bargagli on 09.09.2012
In a perfect, perfect world, where world peace reigns and world hunger is a myth, I will be able to dance down the street, singing the music playing in my ears as loud as I can, and the people who stop will sing along instead of escorting me to the nearest mental hospital.
By Mina URL on 09.09.2012
As I sat waiting at the bus stop, I pulled put my headphones. After a few songs, she joined me.
“I was afraid you wouldn’t come,” I said not even glancing at her.
She looked at me. “You say that as if I have nothing at stake here.”
By Katnaps URL on 09.09.2012
My brother wants headphones but he’s too young for them. I keep telling him but he won’t have it. Imagine a seven year old bopping down your street, ignoring his mother and the cars that whiz by tooting their horns.
By Aaron Wootton on 09.09.2012
Drumming white things on my brean shelter me from THE
Wolrd beyond THE noise. And let me dream away under my selfconstructed soundtrack
By Lj Kessels URL on 09.09.2012
The headphones were twisted into a heap of melted plastic. They sat almost at the center of the blast sight, blown off of someones head during the explosion. They sit, ignored by the police, who search for the bomber. They sit a constant reminder of the lives lost.
By Emma on 09.09.2012
i like to listen to music. it helps me escape the stress of life and school. headphones are unique as they allow others to not enter the state of mind you are in. music helps me relax. I often fall asleep listening to music
By Sarah on 09.09.2012
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