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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by D Bopp, Aug 20, 2017.
do you get irritated if you're called guys? dudes? treefrogs?
Agreed - and talk of some kind of insurance claim regarding this is laughable...
That's a funny response - nice one!
Sucks about your cab. This is why we don't let people on stage.
Using girl versus women is an interesting thing about getting older. The earlier post derailment made me think about it.
Like the TPOH song "I'm an Adult Now" says...I can't write songs about girls anymore, I have to write songs about women.
I also dread people coming on stage anywhere near my stuff - I have had beers spilled on my amp, pedals stomped all over (still have this problem with the singer in my current band), basses dropped, mics drooled or spit all over....
Most of the guys who post here act like boys. Just sayin.
I wonder if it ever occurred to some folks to actually ask how other folks prefer to be called. Novel idea!
Really? I missed that development.
I get irritated if I get called, period.
Try talcum powder.
I get irritated if military types call me "miss". Is long hair really that unusual these days?
Sorry to hear about your predicament.
Lesson learned I guess.
Best reply ever on TB.
i'm guessing the drunk young lady could Not see her feet because her breasts were in the way ...???
we all have our own reasons for inviting trouble , i mean drunks , up on the stage ..!!
and we all pay the price ..! which varies quite a bit ...
This is, one must assume, quite an accurate description of the event. Indeed, and verily. However, it remains only an assumption. This thread is worthless without pics. Pics of the girl, or it didn't happen.
Does the GB NEO212 have a fuse? Or one of those light bulb fuse thingies??
Not to nitpick, but I think "drunk person" is sufficiently descriptive unless she was a drunk teenager who used her uterus to wreck your gear.
Even if the drunk person had a uterus and knew how to use it, it would be improper to assign any age or gender pronoun to the person without their consent.
Settle down ladies let's have a moment of silence for the deceased drivers.
A noun verbed my noun. Now, I need to verb my noun, or verb a new noun.
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