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When music and imagination puts you in a tight mood.

What do you guys escape about??!

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Made up this little awesomeness of a jam. Naaaaaw just me being trance music silly!! Wha we gonna do yah! Wha we gonna yah! Wha we gonna do Ho! Wha we gonna do yah! Music has always been an escape. For me an escape into wonderland in which sometimes I never want to return. And a creative if an imagination this side of the matrix . I think music for us aspies and conjunction with our imagination can be a really good coping tool. It has served me well over the years. Imagination for me has always been a key virtue of my life. I find us aspies can come up with some pretty amazing things when we escape Stephen King anyone??! And I hear some of the girls on the Spectrum can visualize their imagination in their environment which has to be awesome. So I say to you watever your taste of music. escape! escape away!!!


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Your options are too narrow. "Tight Mood"? Is that like your muscles are contracting? Doesn't sound fun to me.

Anyway its fine unless drugs are involved. The thing about escape is always having a way back. Drugs often lead to addictions that people never come back from.
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