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The Gothic Box

     I started to feel really bored and also quite restless earlier today, so I decided to drop by the mall to check out FYE (the music store). It turns out, the store is going out of business. The only music store near me that actually stocks some decent music! Well, fortunately for me, I got something good out of the whole deal. Everything in the store was 50%-70% off. After browsing, I happened upon something called "The Gothic Box." I had been wanting this thing since before Christmas, but I haven't been able to afford it. It's a CD box-set with three goth rock compilation CDs and a music video DVD. It also included a manuscript with commentary from various band members and a guide to "How to Dance Gothic" and "For Running a Proper Goth Night" with pictures throughout. I was absolutely ecstatic to find out that this $65 set cost me only $20! This made me a very happy kitty. Check out the pics:




And also, my best friend decided to give me a pair of converse boots that didn't fit her. I decided to paint some Nightmare Before Christmas style bats on the toes. Here they are:

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  1. I checked out "The Gothic Box" from my library and it was really my first taste of goth music. Isn't it fabulous?!

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    1. Wow, your library must be great to stock the gothic box. I love it. I'm even watching the music videos right now that came in the set.

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