Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by MMiller28, Sep 13, 2019 at 8:22 PM.
Almost no one enjoys it when you take a swipe at their idioms.
I know a person who uses "chalk full" all the time & he gets really upset when someone explains that it's "chock full", yet he continues making the same mistake.
Its always easy to misinterpret internet posts but his little ad will surely rub people the wrong way....whatever that means
I fully understand the meaning of the original post - he will impart knowledge for a fee, just like any professor or speaker. But he seems to have left the R out of his last name!
Dude, I legitimately do not know what he meant! I mean, I get the overall message, but have never heard that specific wording. It's like getting mad at someone for asking what "two birds with one stone" means.
To Sit Under is a common idiom:
To sit under
I've never heard that expression either but I think it is pretty obvious what it means.
Who the shag is Andrew douche?
If you paid him $150 he’d probably tell you.
I knew what he meant. I just don't know anyone who I'd pay $150 to listen to.
Battle of the e-peni.
The dude got embarrassed and defensive when it became apparent that the phrase "to sit under" is not all that common, and sounds quasi-perverted to people who lack whatever localized context it may have.
You can send $25 to my paypal account for answering this question, thank you in advance.
$150 per hour, wow, he must be a great teacher. He shows a real positive attitude, too. Sign me right up?
He may have been a little rude to you, but you really upped the ante there, bud.
Lol, that one dude, “Face sitting, you will see what he means.”
Anyway, guy seems like he could be a little more humble. He definitely seems like an A-Hole.
This man is the godfather of gospel bass playing, he IS holier than thou! I believe you owe the man $150, no refunds! I also had to Google him..
Modern day gospel music sucks. I looked all this crap up, reminded me of that one mega church I went to once. Awful.
Gospel music used to have this gut wrenching honesty to it, some deep sorrow, pain, and rejoice. I think, nowadays, it is just another genre where they largely make music for profit. Throw some oh glory lines in, some lame bass playing and keys and call it a day. SouthPark got it right, no doubt.
Sounds like he might need to spend a little more time reading the gospel.
Jeez...nice to have a really objective opinion. For the record Gouche is a really good player, and as far as I’ve heard a pretty good guy. Poking fun at him for his choice of words seems pretty petty. IMO, it would be $150 well spent. Can’t believe people don’t know who he is...He has a signature bass with MTD...not just any bass company...M freaking TD....
So, no,"happy ending?"