Off topic: "Bored and bewildered dads"
Thread poster: Gül Kaya
| | Gül Kaya
Local time: 06:03
Turkish to English
I do understand those dads! I sometimes feel as if I have never been young myself. I have always hated those noisy concerts. But then I was conditioned...
I remember a fancy dress party at my boarding school: I went with a couple of friends as St. Trinians' (one was remotely related to Ronald Searle, who drew the original cartoons), and four others went as the Beatles. So when they paraded across the stage, we all pretended to scream - they were as convincing as 15-year-old girls could be...
The noise was, briefly, somewhat loud, and the headmistress sent us all to bed early in disgrace! It was just too much for her in the mid-60s!
People used to complain when I was a student in Leeds because a local noise restriction meant they could never invite the really big bands. All the same, when I was persuaded to go to a concert, I fainted because of the noise.
Ever since, I have preferred to stay at home and listen to the record (or CD these days)
| | Phil Hand
Local time: 13:03
Chinese to English
| Save us from the plastic pop || Aug 14, 2013 |
If that were me, I'd have Led Zep playing to counter the manufactured noise!
Good on those dads, though.
| Backstreet boys || Aug 14, 2013 |
My wife made me go to a backstreet boys concert a couple of weeks ago. I ended up playing on my phone the whole time, but she got to touch Brian so she's still happy.
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