I guess I'll go first. This was just at my gig on Saturday. I swear, the annoying drunk onslaught was at it's highest at this particular gig. There was one guy who kept constantly walking onto the dance floor with chicks he got from the bar to dance with him. That's cool enough, but after every song he would have to walk up, get in my face, and tell us how good we are, and shake me saying I should get into more. (I usually do, but I wasn't having much fun during the 1st and 2nd sets that night) Then, during our first break, a chick stumbles her way to our table and ask us to play Ac/dc. Well, we don't know any ac/dc, but she's content that we know some. After we go up and play again, she keeps wanting us to play Ac/dc so we do some very band versions of Back In Black and You Shook Me All Night. Then this guy stumbles from the bar into the dance room during our 3rd set. He's another one who has to come up and talk to us in between every song. He tries to make some request to our lead singer, but just mumbles the words to songs to our singer. Needless to say, we had no idea what he was requesting. He comes up to me on various occasions and says, "Your a good bass player" then he has to air bass and say "You go, boom, boom, boom" I thought it was cool though, during one of our songs, I play some really fast runs that span over three strings. (I call it the "corpral tunnel song" cause my hand is about to fall off half way through when I play it) What I'm doing isn't that complicated technically, but it probaly looks really cool to a non-musician. This one guy walks up, gets real close, and hunkers down and is mesmeroized for like a minute by watching me play. That felt pretty cool though. I won't let it go to my head. Well, we started tearing down, and I'm trying to explain to the "boom, boom" guy that our lead singer's guitar is a copy of a strat, not a real fender strat. He then asks how many strings my bass has. I say 5. He says "That's means it's pretty fast then, huh?" I said, well, not really, you have an extended range because of the B string. He then ask what kind of strings I have. I say that I think GHS boomers are on it right now. When I say that, his eyes get real big and he's like "Those are like High Input strings or something, are't they". I say, "Well, they are a brighter sounding string". He then says he has a strat guitar, and he says the pick up is underneath and points to the jack. I say that's the jack, and I point to the pickups and say those are pickups. He's then like "yeah, the jack's underneath". He then says he's friends strat's tuning is so senstive that it's out of tune once you close the case. I thought to myself "No it's not senstive it just sucks". Then the Ac/dc chick was trying to hook up with our guitarist that night. On the plus side, there was a chick dancing in the back who's chest kept falling out when she was dancing. (Well, our singer told us that, I didn't see it) What are your drunks at gigs stories?