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    Default RockFessions

    It's like Post Secret/Post Your Secret whatever site but pertaining to rock n roll!

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    (ugh, this makes me so bitter, jellus and fat but mostly jellus)












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    I love it

    I was scared of KISS too when I was in kindergarten.
    When your daughter plays "House," she pretends to be an annoying doctor with a pill-addiction and a limp.

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    Funny! I wouldn't fight over a guitar pick thrown by Mick Mars though, but I would for Nikki's!




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    When I was little,during Kiss's height,I was terrified of the Gene Simmons gushing blood poster.My brother told me Gene was my real father and that he was coming back for me.Still shudder over that one.

    Cool site,mooms
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs.v View Post
    When I was little,during Kiss's height,I was terrified of the Gene Simmons gushing blood poster.My brother told me Gene was my real father and that he was coming back for me.Still shudder over that one.

    Cool site,mooms
    LMAO! Your brother sounds like a funny guy.

    I told this on the Valerie B thread..

    When I was in the 8th grade my mom and her friend took me and 2 friends to the Van Halen concert..( mom and friend went out and came back for us) Anyhow when EVH came on the stage I bawled like a freakin' baby and I was so mad cause I couldn't even see him I was crying so bad.
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    Back in 1989 or so, I had a life sized poster of Brett Michaels in my room and I used to kiss him before going to bed.

    Yeah. So watching Rock of Love now its like *criiiinge* (And yet I can't stop watching!)
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    Oh, I've got to send in some stuff. I used to hang with the 80's "non-hair" bands. I would get asked backstage, even some rooms sometimes. Never did anything though.
    I was holding out for Michael Hutchence. Never happened.

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    In 4th grade I brought a 1979 Kiss Calendar to my music class. Never could figure out why the teacher didn't want to hang it on the wall. I was in love with Paul Stanley...
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    that's great

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelais View Post
    In 4th grade I brought a 1979 Kiss Calendar to my music class. Never could figure out why the teacher didn't want to hang it on the wall. I was in love with Paul Stanley...
    Ha, at least it was feasible in your mind. Try going to a private christian school and pulling that stunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VenusInFauxFurs View Post
    I love it

    I was scared of KISS too when I was in kindergarten.
    You were in kindergarten when KISS was around? Geez, thanks for reminding me how ancient I am -- not that it's your fault.

    I remember reading once that KISS stood for Knights In the Service of Satan, but I don't know how true it is. Anyone could have made that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomies View Post





    Funny! I wouldn't fight over a guitar pick thrown by Mick Mars though, but I would for Nikki's!




    It's relatively a new site so they only have 6 pages worth of cards.
    Send yours in if you have anything to share!
    Dee Snyder has got to be the ugliest rock n roll singer I have ever seen. Wasn't he a one-hit wonder, too?

    What do you suppose he's doing now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelais View Post
    In 4th grade I brought a 1979 Kiss Calendar to my music class. Never could figure out why the teacher didn't want to hang it on the wall. I was in love with Paul Stanley...
    Paul was my man, too!

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