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Also about listening, music, class, and ipod+409A great way to get kids to do well in school would be to let them listen to their iPod in class if they have an A in that class. That way the kids that just sit there and bitch about how they hate school and would rather be listening to music might actually take the initiative and get their ass in gear, amirite?
Also by CiscoKid+301Sleeping in on a rainy day, covered in a toasty blanket, is the best, amirite?
Also about listening, volume, turn, and ipod+204When you are in a crowd of people listening to your iPod with headphones on if a song like I'm on a boat comes on you turn the volume down or skip the song because it sounds like everyone can hear it, amirite?
Also about class listening+371You would rather poke yourself in the eye with a sharp stick than sit in English class listening to someone read out loud very badly, amirite?
Also by CiscoKid+18Years of emotional abuse is worse than physical abuse, amirite?
Also by CiscoKid+22Its weird when you in class listening to your ipod and its really quiet and you turn the volume down low because you think people can hear your music but in reality they can't, amirite?
Also about listening, volume, turn, and ipod+563There's always a couple of guilty pleasure songs on your iPod that you turn the volume right down on when they come up, so you're sure people won't hear you listening to them through your headphones, amirite?
Also about music, volume, turn, and low+131You blast your music when you're in the car,but when your listerning to your guilty pleasures,you turn the volume as low as possible, amirite?
Also about music, quiet, volume, and turn+419You hate it when your watching a video on youtube, and the person/song is really quiet, so you have to turn up the volume really loud. Then when you go to watch another video, you forget it is really loud and you get blasted with music. amirite?
Also about music, quiet, volume, and class+261It'd be great if there were headphones that would adjust the volume based on the noise in your environment. For example, if you're in class and everything's quiet, your volume would be soft enough so that other people couldn't hear your music. Or if you're in a noisy subway station, your music would get louder so you could hear it over the crowd. The volume could even adjust automatically based on how soft or loud each song is, amirite?