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Feb 22, 2019 21:01:47

The Importance of Elbows #6

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Tim Subiaco

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Theo patted me on the shoulder.

“She wants you, I guarantee it.”

I gave him a hug and he disappeared into the crowd without a trace.

I guess I’d better not fuck this up. 

We were at the very front once again, pressed up against the metal railings. I asked her if she wanted to stand a bit further back, you know, to actually see the show in all it’s glory. She put on a thinking face. With some people, you knew they were thinking. She shook her head smiling and said she wanted to be at the front. For the music? I asked. She nodded and placed her hand on her chest. She needed to feel it move her. 

I wasn’t about to disagree so we found a good spot standing on the plastic cover that protected the wires running from the state to the sound booth halfway through the crowd. It was only a few centimeters of height but it gave us a sort of platform. From here I could see that we were completely surrounded by thin, skimpy, teenagers. This is what happens when you stand at the very front of a bloody Kygo set, I should’ve guessed. 

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    @timsubiaco
    << completely surrounded by thin, skimpy, teenagers>>
    omg... this happens more and more often, yet I take 35 years old(s?) for teenagers now :D

    Lucjah avatar Lucjah | Feb 23, 2019 21:49:01
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    @timsubiaco

    haha I am very glad that even while being lovestruck you still have considerations for optimizing your show-going experience.

    you should've argued that being close to the stage actually isn't the best fro sound! The sound is coming out of speakers placed elsewhere!

    Sir Abe avatar Sir Abe | Feb 23, 2019 20:00:52
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      @abrahamKim RIP my eardrums. RIP my heart.

      Tim Subiaco avatar Tim Subiaco | Feb 24, 2019 22:58:28
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