33 Thoughts You Have At A Music Festival

33 Thoughts You Have At A Music Festival

22. "I didn't know it was humanly possible to sweat this much."

This past weekend I got to spend a few much-needed days listening to great music, with great friends, in an even better city. Austin City Limits (ACL) is a annual music festival that hosted iconic artists like: Jay-Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Martin Garrix, Ice Cube, The Killers, Gorillaz, Chance the Rapper, and many more. With about 75,000 people per day visiting the park, ACL has become a huge festival for Texas. Here are 33 thoughts that go through your head when visiting Zilker Park:

1. "It's so hot."

2. "Are those kids even old enough to be here??"

3. "Why are these kids trying to start a mosh-pit?"

4. "They look 12...how are they drinking beer??? Where are their parents?"

5. "Why are there so many couples?"

6. "How did everyone sneak in e-cigs?"

7. "Should I try to get closer to the stage?"

8. "Let's try to get closer to the stage."

9. "Everyone is so sweaty."

10. "Actually, let's just stay in the very back."

11. "This guy next to me is dripping in sweat."

12. "How are these parents not losing their little children?"

13. "I have to pee so badly."

15."It's still so hot."

17. "Why is this one slice of pizza $10???"

19. "My feet are going to fall off."

20. "I need more alcohol."

21. "How do all these other people still look so good?"

22. "I didn't know it was humanly possible to sweat this much."

23. "My phone is dead and I have no service."

24. "Why did I wear this outfit?"

25. "Why don't all these attractive people go to my school??"

26. "Wow, I need more food."

28. "I don't know any of these songs."


30. "I have to pee again."

31. "He better play that one song I know...it's the only one I know."

32. "That was awesome."

33. "I'm so tired."

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Everyone has a favorite movie genre, mine just happens to be the scary ones.

Movies are some of the greatest pieces of art in our modern day and age.

They can evoke all kinds of emotions, come in a ridiculous number of genres, and are just a damn good time. For me, no movies will ever match the experience of watching good horror movies. Sure, there are a ton of movies that I like watching more than horror movies. I would never go so far as to say that a horror movie was in my top 5, top ten, even top 20 movies of all time..but let me tell ya, something about the atmosphere and experience when watching horror movies just hits the spot with me.

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A lot of what makes scary movies so much fun for me is that incredible, heart-pounding, fight-or-flight adrenaline rush that I get almost every time I watch one. Don't get me wrong, I get scared very easily. I jump and hold my breath and hide just like everyone else, but something about that terror-high just makes it all worthwhile. Maybe I'm just an adrenaline junkie, but nothing gets the heart pumping quite like a nice little bit of fear. Hell, I'm terrified of clowns and I went to see Stephen King's IT by myself! I thought that maybe it'd help cure my fear of clowns, but no, its still just as bad as its ever been.

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