My Room

by Mitch on 16/02/2005

Well I always get asked about the layout of my room and today I decided to make a video. It’s a pretty funky bedroom so enjoy the download.

Watch MyRoom.wmv (Windows Media Video – 7.82 MB)

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  1. 17/02/2005The Backflipboy says:

    Now that’s an idea you should run with every now and then – a small video blog is something I would definitely watch. People who have never seen it wouldn’t realise how “compact” your room is and there’s nothing wrong with alphabetising your music collection – everyone does it….. don’t they? Or is that just you and me?

    I am worried about putting Ryan in an upper bunk – at least on the couch, he doesn’t have so far to fall when he passes out.

    More videos please. LOL

  2. 17/02/2005Mitch Malone says:

    No, not everyone alphabetizes their CD collection, I get laughed at quite a bit because of it… Not to mention how anal I am about my mp3 collection, they are sorted by Genra, Artist, Album, Track numbers and titles, quite pathetic… lol

    Ryan is tough, and he has a rail to hold him up there, I am sure he will manage.

    And yeah, the video was fun, I might make some more in the future. 🙂

  3. 17/02/2005loving lolita says:

    that is the cleanest i have ever seen your room!
    after everything that you have told me about ryan and everything that i have read in your blogs, i would be worryed about putting him on the top bunk too.
    you and backflipboy are not the only people that alphabetis your music i know heaps of people that do it. i knew this one guy that had his music in autobiographical order by year then put them in by-month chronological order of production. if more then was produced at the same time or if he didnt know the production date they were then put in alphabetical order, thats crazy. he put his dvds in autobiographical order, by-decade chronological order of production then they were put in alphabetical order of director. the man was crazy but there was nearly nothing he didnt know about music and movies it was his job to know.