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(NYPost)   Actors share their rudest audiences, from the guy that jumped on stage to charge his phone on a fake outlet in the set to the bored girls talking selfies. Discussion time: What was the rudest display you ever seen at an audience?   ( nypost.com) divider line
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2017-11-06 08:54:25 AM  
More than ever you have many people in the audience, not just for the theater but for the orchestra, ballet, etc., who are just there to say they went and really derive no enjoyment from what they are seeing or hearing.  Being self-centered, as most of us are, they don't think they are doing anything wrong by talking or rattling glasses, or whatever because *no one* could be more interested in the show than themselves.

I was once at a Hamlet production and when Hamlet dies at the end and says "The rest is silence," the actor does a long pause and says it like, "The rest is.......silence."  During that pause the idiot woman behind me who had been yammering with her friend most of the play says, in all seriousness, "History".  So yes, she thought Hamlet was going to say, "The rest is....history."
 
2017-11-06 09:00:36 AM  
Bringing toddlers to the symphony. You have to start them slow on chamber music and solo recitals before you go crazy and throw a 100 piece orchestra at them.
 
2017-11-06 09:23:30 AM  
I saw Weylon Jennings get pelted in the face with a bratwurst, which prompted James Hetfield to rush the stage, take the microphone from Jennings and start screaming at the crowd to behave.
 
2017-11-06 09:28:27 AM  
I wouldn't call it rude, but at my first ever concert (Jackson Browne, Red Rocks, 1976) someone threw a package up on stage. All he said was "I hope it ain't acid again"
 
2017-11-06 09:47:50 AM  

UberDave: More than ever you have many people in the audience, not just for the theater but for the orchestra, ballet, etc., who are just there to say they went and really derive no enjoyment from what they are seeing or hearing.  Being self-centered, as most of us are, they don't think they are doing anything wrong by talking or rattling glasses, or whatever because *no one* could be more interested in the show than themselves.

I was once at a Hamlet production and when Hamlet dies at the end and says "The rest is silence," the actor does a long pause and says it like, "The rest is.......silence."  During that pause the idiot woman behind me who had been yammering with her friend most of the play says, in all seriousness, "History".  So yes, she thought Hamlet was going to say, "The rest is....history."


This so much. My most recent example was seeing The Shins this summer, and I was sandwiched between two groups of loudly chattering, selfie-snapping chicks who found themselves more entertaining than the concert.

I lost it during an a cappella version of A Comet Appears and I yelled, "OH JUST STFU FOR ONE MINUTE AND LISTEN TO THIS BEAUTIFUL SONG", at all of them. It worked for a like a minute, but then it was them grousing about the grouchy old woman who told them to shut up. It sucks that after 15 years of waiting to see The Shins, inane blah blah blah all around me is what I remember the most.

I've never had patience for chit-chat during concerts or any event that I pay to attend.
 
2017-11-06 09:55:12 AM  

UberDave: More than ever you have many people in the audience, not just for the theater but for the orchestra, ballet, etc., who are just there to say they went and really derive no enjoyment from what they are seeing or hearing.  Being self-centered, as most of us are, they don't think they are doing anything wrong by talking or rattling glasses, or whatever because *no one* could be more interested in the show than themselves.

I was once at a Hamlet production and when Hamlet dies at the end and says "The rest is silence," the actor does a long pause and says it like, "The rest is.......silence."  During that pause the idiot woman behind me who had been yammering with her friend most of the play says, in all seriousness, "History".  So yes, she thought Hamlet was going to say, "The rest is....history."


Ah... The first several rows people, there to make sure they're seen by all the other first several rows people.
 
2017-11-06 10:24:49 AM  
My biggest gripe is people who won't sit down when everyone else has.  Seriously, you're 20 rows back, literally everyone in front of you has sat down, but your six foot tall ass is standing there with your hands in your pockets.  Stop being such a self centered prick and sit the hell down.
 
2017-11-06 10:31:28 AM  
Your infant that can barely produce memories doesnt need to be at a public venue.
You can turn off your phone for at least 3hours of time, if you cant, dont go to a show.

You dont really need to immortalize your presence in a show every  few minutes with a vine or a selfie you absorbed twat!
 
2017-11-06 10:40:59 AM  
Most recent: someone crinkling cough drop wrappers (yes, plural) during the FARKING SYMPHONY.  Holy catfeathers, people, do you realize how farking loud that sounds even when you think you're being discreet about it?

Too many other examples to list without raising my blood pressure to dangerous levels, but I'm sure I'm going to be a Fark headline someday for completely losing it with rude people at a public event.
 
2017-11-06 10:47:39 AM  
Two teenage girls loudly yakking like they were at the mall, during the Changing of the Guard at Arlington National Cemetery.
 
2017-11-06 10:57:02 AM  
Back in the 90's I was soundman for my brother's band. They played a mix of prog rock, art rock and synthpop. One weekend, somehow, we got booked into a biker bar. Right in the middle of the first song of their first set, this drunk biker named Leroy staggered to his feet and hollered "PLAY A LYNYRD SKYNYRD SONG!"

I know his name was Leroy, because he then immediately got into a shouting match with the waitress who kept yelling "Shut up Leroy!" while telling us "You keep right on playing and don't mind him, he's just DRUNK!"
 
2017-11-06 10:58:32 AM  

WyDave: Most recent: someone crinkling cough drop wrappers (yes, plural) during the FARKING SYMPHONY.  Holy catfeathers, people, do you realize how farking loud that sounds even when you think you're being discreet about it?

Too many other examples to list without raising my blood pressure to dangerous levels, but I'm sure I'm going to be a Fark headline someday for completely losing it with rude people at a public event.


I'll see your cough drop wrappers and raise you a plastic grocery bag.
 
2017-11-06 11:03:19 AM  

FrancoFile: WyDave: Most recent: someone crinkling cough drop wrappers (yes, plural) during the FARKING SYMPHONY.  Holy catfeathers, people, do you realize how farking loud that sounds even when you think you're being discreet about it?

Too many other examples to list without raising my blood pressure to dangerous levels, but I'm sure I'm going to be a Fark headline someday for completely losing it with rude people at a public event.

I'll see your cough drop wrappers and raise you a plastic grocery bag.


I hope you suffocated that person with it.
 
2017-11-06 11:05:32 AM  
Many years ago I was at a Yankees home game, and there was one player (I forget who) who would be loudly booed every time he went up to bat.  He would turn around and flip the bird to the entire crowd.  The booing just got louder as the game went on, and a few beer cups were flying by the 9th inning.  Yankees fans are the only people I know who boo their own team.
 
2017-11-06 11:06:24 AM  
 When the Silverdome existed. I went to a couple of Lions games at least two games I went to some drunken assholes where chucking D batteries trying to hit people.
 
2017-11-06 11:12:47 AM  

WyDave: Most recent: someone crinkling cough drop wrappers (yes, plural) during the FARKING SYMPHONY.  Holy catfeathers, people, do you realize how farking loud that sounds even when you think you're being discreet about it?

Too many other examples to list without raising my blood pressure to dangerous levels, but I'm sure I'm going to be a Fark headline someday for completely losing it with rude people at a public event.


At least they were trying to prevent coughing.
 
2017-11-06 11:18:40 AM  

edmo: UberDave: More than ever you have many people in the audience, not just for the theater but for the orchestra, ballet, etc., who are just there to say they went and really derive no enjoyment from what they are seeing or hearing.  Being self-centered, as most of us are, they don't think they are doing anything wrong by talking or rattling glasses, or whatever because *no one* could be more interested in the show than themselves.

I was once at a Hamlet production and when Hamlet dies at the end and says "The rest is silence," the actor does a long pause and says it like, "The rest is.......silence."  During that pause the idiot woman behind me who had been yammering with her friend most of the play says, in all seriousness, "History".  So yes, she thought Hamlet was going to say, "The rest is....history."

Ah... The first several rows people, there to make sure they're seen by all the other first several rows people.


The corollary to that is the people who have front row tickets and then come in late.  Been following a tour on Twitter who has been tweeting the audience pic at the beginning of every show and all I can concentrate on is glaring holes of empty seats in the first few rows.
 
2017-11-06 11:42:45 AM  
I saw Dave Chappelle in 2005 or 2006.  A bunch of people in the audience kept yelling "I'm Rick James, biatch!" and the like over and over.  It was irritating.
The next morning I was in like at Starbucks and I turned around and it was Dave Chappelle behind me in line.  I shook his hand and apologized on behalf of the rest of the audience.  He was super cool about it but made it clear that he wasn't there to listen to a bunch of douchebags yell out catch phrases from his show either.
 
2017-11-06 11:44:19 AM  

naughtyrev: I saw Weylon Jennings get pelted in the face with a bratwurst,


I was already hungry and it's still awhile before lunch.  Your post didn't help.
 
2017-11-06 11:48:14 AM  
"from the guy that jumped on stage to charge his phone on a fake outlet"

That's almost impressive.
 
2017-11-06 11:49:43 AM  

orangehat: I saw Dave Chappelle in 2005 or 2006.  A bunch of people in the audience kept yelling "I'm Rick James, biatch!" and the like over and over.  It was irritating.
The next morning I was in like at Starbucks and I turned around and it was Dave Chappelle behind me in line.  I shook his hand and apologized on behalf of the rest of the audience.  He was super cool about it but made it clear that he wasn't there to listen to a bunch of douchebags yell out catch phrases from his show either.


Gah. That reminded me of seeing Howie Mandel and this lady kept yelling "Do Bobby!"  He finally acknowledged it and said he'd do it just to shut her up.
 
2017-11-06 11:51:21 AM  

RJReves: I wouldn't call it rude, but at my first ever concert (Jackson Browne, Red Rocks, 1976) someone threw a package up on stage. All he said was "I hope it ain't acid again"


My first rock concert (1981) was a Frank Zappa show.  Somebody threw the top half of a mannequin up on the stage; they finished the song and then Zappa stopped to ask if their mother never told them not to throw sh*t up on a stage.
 
2017-11-06 11:52:22 AM  
Little girl crying for her mommy during half the movie.  "Mommy?  Mommy?  Mommy?"  People were yelling at them to help the little girl.  Walking out, I asked my kid, "What was your favorite part?"  He responds, "When the little girl was crying for her mommy."  Everyone around laughed.
 
2017-11-06 12:05:32 PM  
Theater tickets are expensive, I get that. And when the touring production of Phantom of the Opera comes to Cincinnati in 1993, even though it's February and you might have the snorkiest, wettest cough in the history of lung disorders, you don't want that money to go to waste. This was, apparently, the logic of thirty or so people in the audience when I finally got to see it. It was like watching theater in a TB ward. It must have been torture for the cast, who, despite begin miked and amped, were frequently drowned out due to a combination of perfect acoustics and percussive cough.

Most of my bad-audience stories would come from the cinema. Some people just have that toddler mindset where they think making noise when they're not supposed to be making noise is funny. One person discovered that his straw made a honking noise if he pulled it out of his cup. The next twenty minutes of the film was him honking his straw and his seatmates giggling like idiots. There's always the thirty-minute wrapper people, who are apparently too stupid to find their way around a box of Milk Duds.
 
2017-11-06 12:10:20 PM  

Thosw: edmo: UberDave: More than ever you have many people in the audience, not just for the theater but for the orchestra, ballet, etc., who are just there to say they went and really derive no enjoyment from what they are seeing or hearing.  Being self-centered, as most of us are, they don't think they are doing anything wrong by talking or rattling glasses, or whatever because *no one* could be more interested in the show than themselves.

I was once at a Hamlet production and when Hamlet dies at the end and says "The rest is silence," the actor does a long pause and says it like, "The rest is.......silence."  During that pause the idiot woman behind me who had been yammering with her friend most of the play says, in all seriousness, "History".  So yes, she thought Hamlet was going to say, "The rest is....history."

Ah... The first several rows people, there to make sure they're seen by all the other first several rows people.

The corollary to that is the people who have front row tickets and then come in late.  Been following a tour on Twitter who has been tweeting the audience pic at the beginning of every show and all I can concentrate on is glaring holes of empty seats in the first few rows.


Not all of those people who eventually sit in those seats bought the tickets. My stepdaughter's father worked security for some of those concerts and he would sneak my stepdaughter in and to one of those seats if they were empty by a certain point of the show (when admission was no longer allowed).
 
2017-11-06 12:52:27 PM  
I was once at a Van Halen concert and there was a guy with a bunny he kept holding over his head. Apparently he thought it would enjoy the show. It wasn't rude to us, but the bunny may have thought forced exposure to Sammy Hagar was rude. BTO was great though. The bunny probably liked their set.
 
2017-11-06 12:59:05 PM  
Back when I was in Big Brothers, I bought some tickets so my Little and I could see the Mythbusters on tour (unfortunately, no Kari. I was just Jamie and Adam). His mother decided that she wanted to go for some reason, and basically extorted me into buying another ticket- she wouldn't let the boy go unless she could go too, which was a really, really shiatty move.

So we're all at the theater, watching the marvels of science and myths being busted and she just busts out with her cellphone and starts talking loudly. I think Adam ever heard her. I tried with the "Hey Sandy, we're all in a theater here watching a show, can you put the phone away until it's over?", she gave me the "Just wait a sec, I'm almost done" and continued to scream into her phone for another 10 minutes. It's no wonder the kid spent as much time away from home as he could.
 
2017-11-06 01:15:16 PM  

WyDave: FrancoFile: WyDave: Most recent: someone crinkling cough drop wrappers (yes, plural) during the FARKING SYMPHONY.  Holy catfeathers, people, do you realize how farking loud that sounds even when you think you're being discreet about it?

Too many other examples to list without raising my blood pressure to dangerous levels, but I'm sure I'm going to be a Fark headline someday for completely losing it with rude people at a public event.

I'll see your cough drop wrappers and raise you a plastic grocery bag.

I hope you suffocated that person with it.


But quietly.
 
2017-11-06 01:20:14 PM  
At my one and only (and last ever) attendance at a live concert, the biatch in front of me would not sit down in her chair, thereby blocking my view and forcing me to stand. We had bought seats because my husband wouldn't let us get the standing area because he feared a mosh-pit type situation and because my knee would not hold up through the entire show. Even when asked politely, her and her boyfriend and her mother would not sit down in front of us. We then stood and when the people behind us complained, we told them to talk to the row in front of us.

At any rate, so we end up standing the whole show, but that wasn't the worst part. The worst part was this Eastern European guy, who my daughter had helped find his seat on the other side of my husband, decides to start throwing up Nazi salutes in the mistaken belief that Rammstein and their fans would appreciate this.

Needless to say, being leftists, Rammstein hates Nazis and all such garbage and if they had seen him, they would have thrown him out, nor do *actual* Rammstein fans enjoy Nazis.

The asshole boyfriend of the standing biatch in front of us, sees him out of the corner of his eye and loudly yells (though you could barely hear him over the incredible wall of sound of the music) he's Jewish and to knock that Nazi shiat off. Nazi boy just sneers and keeps looking for Kyle. So Jewish guy turns around and leans up and punches him. They start a fist fight that I'm trying to stop by jerking Nazi boy backwards back into his chair (that's what I wanted to do in my sheer anger), but my husband was blocking me to keep himself between me and the fighters.

Meanwhile, I'm missing one of my favorite songs (Ich Will) due to the fight, the people running from the rows to get security, security showing up and shoving down our row to get to Nazi boy and Jewish guy and trying to throw the whole lot out of the show. Stupidly, someone vouches for standing biatch and her mother, so they get to stay AND CONTINUE TO STAND through the whole rest of the show.

So, that was my one and only time attending a music concert in my life and it will be my last because my husband said we are never, ever, ever going to a concert again.

/oh and before the concert there was a group of god-botherers trying to talk people out of attending a Rammstein show because they are satanic while filming the hostility towards them this generated
//idiots
///wanted to shout at them "Gott weiss ich will kein Engel sein!"
 
2017-11-06 01:54:55 PM  

Thosw: The corollary to that is the people who have front row tickets and then come in late.


I was in Vegas last weekend and went to see Blue Man Group. About fifteen minutes into the show an usher is bringing in a couple of chicks to help them find their seats. All of a sudden, spotlights come on, zero in on the chicks and the next thing you know they are featured on the big screen in front with a flashing "LATE ARRIVALS! LATE ARRIVALS!" subtitle. If I recall correctly, we were encouraged to throw paper at them.
 
2017-11-06 01:57:42 PM  
Rudest display I ever saw at an audience? Hillary Clinton speaking to one.
 
2017-11-06 01:59:47 PM  

Old_Chief_Scott: Thosw: The corollary to that is the people who have front row tickets and then come in late.

I was in Vegas last weekend and went to see Blue Man Group. About fifteen minutes into the show an usher is bringing in a couple of chicks to help them find their seats. All of a sudden, spotlights come on, zero in on the chicks and the next thing you know they are featured on the big screen in front with a flashing "LATE ARRIVALS! LATE ARRIVALS!" subtitle. If I recall correctly, we were encouraged to throw paper at them.


Haven't seen BMG in concert, but knowing they have shills in the audience for other bits (the endoscopy), that might have been the same.
 
2017-11-06 02:00:26 PM  
People who take photos with their cell phones.  Way to go jackasses you just inconvenienced everyone else to take 30 photos that will look like shiat because of the poor lighting, that nobody on facebook cares about and that you'll delete in a week or so.
 
2017-11-06 02:04:39 PM  

unfarkingbelievable: Rudest display I ever saw at an audience? Hillary Clinton speaking to one.


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2017-11-06 02:14:02 PM  
1. I was at a concert with a friend who had recently had her ACL rebuilt. We were specifically seated in the "handicap" section as she was on crutches and could not stand. Despite this area being conspicuously marked and reserved for handicapped patrons, people still stood in front of us to dance preventing my friend from seeing the show. Event staff were very helpful in trying to clear people out but most were just ignorant a-holes about it.

2. People who answer phone calls in the movies and just sit there having a conversation. These people should be tortured, disemboweled, and have their steaming entrails draped from the theater marque as a warning to others.
 
2017-11-06 02:24:09 PM  

Old_Chief_Scott: Thosw: The corollary to that is the people who have front row tickets and then come in late.

I was in Vegas last weekend and went to see Blue Man Group. About fifteen minutes into the show an usher is bringing in a couple of chicks to help them find their seats. All of a sudden, spotlights come on, zero in on the chicks and the next thing you know they are featured on the big screen in front with a flashing "LATE ARRIVALS! LATE ARRIVALS!" subtitle. If I recall correctly, we were encouraged to throw paper at them.


Reduced Shakespeare Company would call out late arrivals throughout their shows too.  I *think* the times they did it were pre-selected, but it seems like what they were saying was improved to be appropriate to the group that came in.
 
2017-11-06 02:25:37 PM  

Tyrosine: 2. People who answer phone calls in the movies and just sit there having a conversation. These people should be tortured, disemboweled, and have their steaming entrails draped from the theater marque as a warning to others.


Was in the theater watching Manchester by the Sea, some airhead in front of me was yapping away on her phone. Laughing, making plans for later, griping about her boyfriend, etc. Those who've seen the movie know it's not filled with explosions and gunfire so she was drowning out the dialogue. I tapped her on the shoulder. She said into her phone, "Hold on," turned around with a pissed off look and said, "What do you want?" I asked her if she could please take her conversation outside and she said, "I paid to come in her so I can do whatever the fark I want," then got back on her phone to tell her friend about the rude asshole that interrupted their conversation. I got the manager, who came in with the mall security guard and told her to leave. When she started a fuss, the guard took her arm and dragged her out while we applauded. The manager apologized and gave us all passes for another film.
 
2017-11-06 02:40:43 PM  

FrancoFile: Old_Chief_Scott: Thosw: The corollary to that is the people who have front row tickets and then come in late.

I was in Vegas last weekend and went to see Blue Man Group. About fifteen minutes into the show an usher is bringing in a couple of chicks to help them find their seats. All of a sudden, spotlights come on, zero in on the chicks and the next thing you know they are featured on the big screen in front with a flashing "LATE ARRIVALS! LATE ARRIVALS!" subtitle. If I recall correctly, we were encouraged to throw paper at them.

Reduced Shakespeare Company would call out late arrivals throughout their shows too.  I *think* the times they did it were pre-selected, but it seems like what they were saying was improved to be appropriate to the group that came in.


gah.  Improvised, not improved.
 
2017-11-06 02:52:00 PM  

Chevello: I was once at a Van Halen concert and there was a guy with a bunny he kept holding over his head. Apparently he thought it would enjoy the show. It wasn't rude to us, but the bunny may have thought forced exposure to Sammy Hagar was rude. BTO was great though. The bunny probably liked their set.


FYI...you didn't see Van Halen in concert.
 
2017-11-06 02:53:26 PM  

Egoy3k: People who take photos with their cell phones.  Way to go jackasses you just inconvenienced everyone else to take 30 photos that will look like shiat because of the poor lighting, that nobody on facebook cares about and that you'll delete in a week or so.


A photo is fine. it's the douche bags that record on their phone. No one is going to watch your shiatty video with sucktastic sound.  A decent pic is not a problem as long as you don't make a farking production out of it.
 
2017-11-06 02:56:43 PM  

Thosw: Old_Chief_Scott: Thosw: The corollary to that is the people who have front row tickets and then come in late.

I was in Vegas last weekend and went to see Blue Man Group. About fifteen minutes into the show an usher is bringing in a couple of chicks to help them find their seats. All of a sudden, spotlights come on, zero in on the chicks and the next thing you know they are featured on the big screen in front with a flashing "LATE ARRIVALS! LATE ARRIVALS!" subtitle. If I recall correctly, we were encouraged to throw paper at them.

Haven't seen BMG in concert, but knowing they have shills in the audience for other bits (the endoscopy), that might have been the same.


They did it when I saw them at the Venetian several years ago.  It's part of the show.
 
2017-11-06 02:58:55 PM  

Slypork: Tyrosine: 2. People who answer phone calls in the movies and just sit there having a conversation. These people should be tortured, disemboweled, and have their steaming entrails draped from the theater marque as a warning to others.

Was in the theater watching Manchester by the Sea, some airhead in front of me was yapping away on her phone. Laughing, making plans for later, griping about her boyfriend, etc. Those who've seen the movie know it's not filled with explosions and gunfire so she was drowning out the dialogue. I tapped her on the shoulder. She said into her phone, "Hold on," turned around with a pissed off look and said, "What do you want?" I asked her if she could please take her conversation outside and she said, "I paid to come in her so I can do whatever the fark I want," then got back on her phone to tell her friend about the rude asshole that interrupted their conversation. I got the manager, who came in with the mall security guard and told her to leave. When she started a fuss, the guard took her arm and dragged her out while we applauded. The manager apologized and gave us all passes for another film.


CSB, bro
 
2017-11-06 03:03:11 PM  

BeotchPudding: Chevello: I was once at a Van Halen concert and there was a guy with a bunny he kept holding over his head. Apparently he thought it would enjoy the show. It wasn't rude to us, but the bunny may have thought forced exposure to Sammy Hagar was rude. BTO was great though. The bunny probably liked their set.

FYI...you didn't see Van Halen in concert.


So, if you don't see a band with all of the original band members, you didn't actually see the band?  Interesting.
 
2017-11-06 03:06:58 PM  
I was doing a talk and part of that was a silent mindfulness/meditation exercise.
Couple of people in the back keep dropping comments disrupting the energy.
Ended saying with my eyes closed "listen, no one of forcing you to be here. Don't want to be part of this, just get up and leave."

/some people just cannot be in silence
 
2017-11-06 03:07:35 PM  
I was at one broadway show and someone down the row from me opened a full-on a deli sandwich. That was pretty amazing. One old guy kept translating Miss Saigon into an asian language for his wife. Another old guy and his wife once spent the entire show discussing how beautiful the set was.

I find that, on broadway at least, most of the worst offenders are Caucasian baby-boomers.
 
2017-11-06 04:06:34 PM  
A friend and I went to see Howard Jones a couple of years ago, and there was a woman who kept yelling "You're my favorite" and "I love you"  All. Throughout. The. Concert.  Howard tried acknowledging her thinking she would stop, and then ignored her completely, but nothing worked.  Near the end of the show she actually walked onto the stage saying that she just had to give him a hug.  Everyone just seemed so stunned at her audacity that nobody really tried to stop her until she had her arms around him, then security finally corralled her and led her offstage.  It was really a great show and she totally ruined it.
 
2017-11-06 04:17:48 PM  
My older sister at a Tom Jones concert. Just yelling and being drunk-stupid. It was an older crowd, you know, for Tom Jones. Not a bunch of yelling like the Beatles concerts, it was pretty chill actually.
So my sister yells some more to try to get Tom's attention. He looks and she flashes her boobs at him. He looked and smiled. I was so embarrassed.

Sorry fellas, she's taken.
 
2017-11-06 04:28:41 PM  
Most of a concert crowd. I saw Tenacious D about a week before the movie came out. There is a little cameo by Neil Hamburger in the movie, kinda a wierd comedian and I happened to overhear someone in the crowd mention part of his bit about his catchphrase and thing about awkwardly holding too many drinks. I dunno, YouTube him if you are curious. Well he kinda bombed and people started throwing change and stuff at him. Was a disappointing reaction from alot of people in the crowd that just were not into his humor. This was the civic center in SF, but alot of out of town people (and a guy trying to sell mushrooms to priple in line before the show started) and just not the crowd I expected for a Jack Black comedy rock show. When jack came on I think he wanted to shame them a bit and said something like "how about that Neil Hamburger everyone? I really love his comedy."
I was embarrassed just to be part of that group.
 
2017-11-06 04:42:10 PM  

GanjSmokr: BeotchPudding: Chevello: I was once at a Van Halen concert and there was a guy with a bunny he kept holding over his head. Apparently he thought it would enjoy the show. It wasn't rude to us, but the bunny may have thought forced exposure to Sammy Hagar was rude. BTO was great though. The bunny probably liked their set.

FYI...you didn't see Van Halen in concert.

So, if you don't see a band with all of the original band members, you didn't actually see the band?  Interesting.


Lots of Led Zeppelin, AC-DC, Metallica and Beatles fans are going to be upset.

/I do wish I had seen the original lineup of van Halen at least once though
 
2017-11-06 04:53:26 PM  

GanjSmokr: BeotchPudding: Chevello: I was once at a Van Halen concert and there was a guy with a bunny he kept holding over his head. Apparently he thought it would enjoy the show. It wasn't rude to us, but the bunny may have thought forced exposure to Sammy Hagar was rude. BTO was great though. The bunny probably liked their set.

FYI...you didn't see Van Halen in concert.

So, if you don't see a band with all of the original band members, you didn't actually see the band?  Interesting.


Correct.
 
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