Well its sorta funny in a twisted way. (Long Post) My band practices at school in the band room so everyday after class gets out we all grab our stuff from our cars and go and play. Well we're setting up and we hear a pounding on the band door (its locked form the inside so no one can get in) its the pep band guitarist we ignore him like we do anyone else but he keeps pounding so we figured he left something and needed to get it, we let him in. Big Mistake. He has his six string in hand and says can I play with you guys? We reply "um." Well to late he's already finding outlets and plugging in his effects and amp. Satan's come and he's got an urge to play an assortment of AC/DC tunes with 1000 effects on at once. We all look at each other and think "great...." After 10 minutes of torture, aka him playing these high pitched solo's only god knows where in his twisted mind came from, we asked him nicely that this was our practice time and if he could leave soon. He either ignored us or was to busy cranking out effects laden garble goo to notice. Well another 10 minutes we decided to make him feel stupid and leave so we starting play songs he didn't know (our songs) Well he didn't like that so he played one of the many "songs" he's written. I think my ears starting bleeding Well a couple minutes later our drummer's getting really mad and when our annoying stalker had stopped playing for a second our drummer yells "JOHNNY YOU SUCK" Frankly we were all surprised since "Johnny" was a senior and twice as big as our drummer. Well "Johnny" just looked at him shook it off and kept playing! Well we ignored him, asked him nicely, made him feel stupid and insulted him and it didn't work so we say forget it lets just play. So we start doing "When I come Around" by Green Day and the Annoying Stalker grabs the mic from our singer and does vocals. I was in total disbelief! Well we finished the song. One guitarist had to see he's sick grandma. Our vocalist had a headache, our drummer mumbled something about a bridge and I just said my bass was going to overheat (surprised he bought that one) Poor 2nd guitarist wasn't quick enough to make an excuse and had to sit thourgh a Van Halen lesson with god's gift to music himself. So with all that said how do we get rid of him? (I say run him over with a truck but I keep hearing about this thing called "laws") This has happened a couple times now not to the extent of the first time but still he won't leave. And he always seems to weasel he's way in. We would find a new place to practice but its ideal we have amps all ready there, an entire drumkit and the way the band and choir directors are talking they might let us use one of their PAs and sometimes good looking upperclass girls come by to hear us heh If you wondering no we don't let them in either they can hear us through the paper thin walls of our 70 year old school. This whole exprence has sorta become the band joke now. Its kinda funny as long as your not there living it.