First musical venture was a cover 'Plasticizer' by the grindcore artist John F. Cannibal. Sound can best be described as militaristic faggots fighting for gay rights on an electronic battlefield. leafbug holds no prejudices unless you are a Nazi.
He loves all colors, all religions, all cultures, especially Turkish bucks. He loves kebabs, because they remind him or enormous Turkish cocks ramming into his tender throat. Active feminist, supporter of antifa, gay rights, drugs & tolerance we can be surely sure leafbug is homosexual. Join leafbug on his journey through and beyond Narnia as we are sure he is that far into the closet.
Being a hipster without a doubt endowed with a sense of irony, leafbug is very much drawn to NS imagery yet he is first to let you know he is no way condones Nationalsocialism since it hurts the feelings of "nice" minorities, and it is just not right. He more-so goes out of his way to dress in a provocative style. He wants you to dare to call him a nazi. See, secretly his father was Adolf Hitler.
He asks for you to think for a long time about human rights, and why there is war for a long time or in short become a shit-eating Liberal faggot prostitute who takes it up the ass. Being in the vulnerable position of being the political representative of an entire student body. The brandishing of the logo of the European Union on the logo of said school can tell you about how far left the school is. It is "progressive" since extreme right-wing politics are a no-no especially for a repressed homosexual.
leafbug has a variety of interesting friends, a butch lesbian, a gay Turk, a blond Rastafarian and about every gross Liberal stereotype. BUT leafbug leads us the way forwards. Let's all change with leafbug. It is right at the time.
Remember, he accepts you for who you are as long as you are not a nazi. He expects YOU to accept him for who he is. Beside making second rate covers of otherwise decent songs, leafbug enjoys bottom fun, smoking shisha, drinking, and group sex. Read more on Last.fm.
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