Vickie on the Jasta Show

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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Gandalf the Red » Mon Sep 15, 2014 5:09 pm

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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby strangeasangels » Mon Sep 15, 2014 6:49 pm

Wearing a t-shirt of a band you're going to see is a devastating faux-pas.

For some reason, this is more laxly enforced at a Motorhead gig.

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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby metaldinosaur » Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:12 pm

strangeasangels wrote:Wearing a t-shirt of a band you're going to see is a devastating faux-pas.

For some reason, this is more laxly enforced at a Motorhead gig.


This is a rule I often adhere to but entirely disagree with. However I love a band enough I will usually suck it up and take the shame. Metallica, Emperor, Celtic Frost...
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Bisset » Tue Sep 16, 2014 7:43 am

I still don't understand why you wouldn't wear a t-shirt of a band you're going to see. Y'know offer your support and all that.
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby euantehclansman » Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:51 am

Try that up in Glasgow. Go to a Celtic game with a Rangers top on. See how that works out ;)
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Gandalf the Red » Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:57 am

euantehclansman wrote:Try that up in Glasgow. Go to a Celtic game with a Rangers top on. See how that works out ;)


Bit of an extreme example. Nearly as bad as going to an Iron Maiden gig without an Iron Maiden T shirt and Eddie tattoo. :P
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby dexter123 » Tue Sep 16, 2014 1:01 pm

Davros wrote:What a surprise. Kids wearing t shirts of bands that are relavent to their generation! Who cares? Isn't the important thing that they're at Bloodstock and not Download? And that they're learning about older music?



this was pretty much the point i was trying to make, what does it matter. and who gives a shit if they're there to see hatebreed, so what if its the only band the really know on the bill - have you spoken to ALL of them?

and to clear things up, i didn't list the band god forbid, i meant it as in god forbid that should happen...learn to read!!

i'll continue to go to the festival and enjoy myself, you lot can whinge and moan as much as you like about who does what and what goes where and what little box things need to go in, i'm just happy there's a nice festival to go to with some great music that caters to mine and a couple of mates tastes and i can get away for a few days and get caught up in it for a while.

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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Bisset » Tue Sep 16, 2014 1:11 pm

euantehclansman wrote:Try that up in Glasgow. Go to a Celtic game with a Rangers top on. See how that works out ;)


While I understand what you're saying it doesn't really work in the context of a gig; it's not like if I go to an In Flames gig wearing a Nightwish shirt I'm going to get bottled by a knuckle dragging bigot.

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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby euantehclansman » Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:13 pm

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euantehclansman wrote:Try that up in Glasgow. Go to a Celtic game with a Rangers top on. See how that works out ;)


Bit of an extreme example. Nearly as bad as going to an Iron Maiden gig without an Iron Maiden T shirt and Eddie tattoo. :P


Oh it is a bit, but I never understood this bollocks. First folk I heard talking about this supposed "faux pas" were yanks
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Blake_Porter » Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:15 pm

euantehclansman wrote:Try that up in Glasgow. Go to a Celtic game with a Rangers top on. See how that works out ;)


Why would you wanna go anywhere near that shithole ;)
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Gandalf the Red » Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:37 pm

I've never wore a football shirt to a match. :lol:
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Tet » Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:55 pm

strangeasangels wrote:Wearing a t-shirt of a band you're going to see is a devastating faux-pas

My ex used to believe that. I never understood it myself.
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Laichzeit » Tue Sep 16, 2014 3:04 pm

Gandalf the Red wrote:I've never wore a football shirt to a match. :lol:



Probably because there wasn't that kind of merchandise kicking about back in your day. ;)

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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Gandalf the Red » Tue Sep 16, 2014 3:20 pm

Laichzeit wrote:
Gandalf the Red wrote:I've never wore a football shirt to a match. :lol:



Probably because there wasn't that kind of merchandise kicking about back in your day. ;)


That's probably pretty true. You very rarely saw adults wearing football tops. Kids yes. Scarves and hats were still in. :lol:
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Re: Vickie on the Jasta Show

Postby Beardy » Tue Sep 16, 2014 5:07 pm

Bisset wrote:I still don't understand why you wouldn't wear a t-shirt of a band you're going to see. Y'know offer your support and all that.

Because, y'know, actually going to see the band isn't showing them your support? :P :lol: