Well I can't go to those forums so, here's my answers I guess
When I finally started looking into this band I was suddenly listening to after three songs turned into an album
My sisters own some Rock band games, and I used to play on an app called SongPop, which had a snippet of How Soon Is Now? And I really liked the way he said Shut Your Mouth, so I listened to it.
Then I found Rock band and heard Stop Me, which I really liked, and then in my birthday Unhappy Birthday was in a list of songs to listen to on your birthday, so I finally said "well, why don't I just listen to an album?" so Strangeways was my first album.
What I really love about Morrissey is he's lonely. Not many people I find are actually lonely, besides myself, and he's so extremely dramatic, like myself, so he's very relateable. Well my little sisters (10 & 13, so not little to me), get to bear the whole of me raving about him all day long, my parents never hear anything about at all, and I don't do it much around my older sisters. But I think my sisters just laugh it off, or so it seems. They don't like to rave much anyway, so they probably don't feel like they never get to talk about what they like… I guess I can't speak for em.
Well I'm devoted to Morrissey enough, I don't like one of his songs and I'm not a fan of all that gay stuff, but otherwise I'd love to send him a letter if he had an address, sending him my devotion.
I'm from a teeny town in SouthWest
Minnesota 'The lanes were silent
There was nothing, no one, nothing around for miles'
perfectly describes it.