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Musician stereotypes
Author: Adam, Views: 7441, Replies: 37

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#11
(02-07-2013, 09:38 AM)Adam Wrote: The other guitarist refuses to play chords ever since he learned sweeping

Everytime our drummer fucks up we tell him how much of a great Djent drummer he is (get it? huh? huh?)

Don't be hatin on djent. Thats my jam.
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#12
"it's all for shits n giggles, don't take this too seriously."

joking brah.
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#13
I know Wink
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#14
Don't do that to me, you know i'm bad with mad women...
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#15
woh woh woh, hold the phone... Did you just call me mad??
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#16
eh... uh... oh no! don't kill me please!

I didn't call you mad! i, uh... don't hurt me!
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#17
yeah, you better beg for your life. Nothing makes a woman go psyco than calling her mad. Top tip of the day for you.

Back on topic: since I'm a bassist, does that mean I have to get a beannie as well?
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#18
(02-07-2013, 08:40 PM)debbie Wrote: Back on topic: since I'm a bassist, does that mean I have to get a beannie as well?

you can't be a bassist without it

And being worthless than a bassist is pretty low
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#19
(02-07-2013, 08:40 PM)debbie Wrote: yeah, you better beg for your life.
hawt
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#20
My bassist never wore a beanie. He also wasn't a stereotypical bassist at all. He was the only one in the band with a girlfriend for a while, and he was the one who would never stop playing over everyone talking. He also overplays hardcore, which he's just now starting to get over like 4 years later. He's trying to make up for all the lazy bassists by being obnoxious.
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