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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Tiffin, Jan 1, 2020.
Whereas I play piano, and I leave the house for 2 seconds and my mom gets rid of ours
Bitch also threw out my #40 Shawn Kemp Sonics jersey. That's not even a team anymore!
Maybe you should have left a note on it.
Do I attend every monthly department continuing education activity for the free lunch?
yes, yes I do
I'd rather pay for lunch than hang out with people
It’s software/tool based like excel, access, etc
But there are still people there.
I also grew up in a house with a piano no one played
yeah but there’s people around me at work normally so I can tolerate it for free food
The gray hairs have expanded from my temples to the top of my head
I would have bitched and moaned and put up a huge fight about it, but I wish my parents forced me to take piano lessons as a kid.
It’s never too late.
I scored an I on my Myers-Briggs
I started in 5th grade and took it for 3 years. Started band at school in 6th grade (clarinet..........super gay, lol). Started guitar in 8th grade. Didn't need any lessons by that point because piano and band taught me what's what about music
As a kid we had a Casio keyboard with the light up keys to learn and play songs. I never learned any.
I have no musical talent. I sucked at the recorder when we had to play it in 3rd grade. I sucked at the violin when we had to play it in 5th grade. In college I bought a crappy guitar for 40 bucks at a pawn shop and downloaded some tabs from the internet. I got to the point where I could get halfway through a few John Mayer songs without messing up before we drunkenly smashed the guitar on my roommate's head for shits and giggles.
Those are my accomplishments as a musician.
"And that's why you always leave a note."
- J. Walter Weatherman
Any time I see a raggedy old piano in a public space I’m gonna play it
We had a piano growing up. My brother began taking lessons and then I told my mom I wanted to take lessons. Did for a couple years. Then we both quit. One of my biggest regrets. Still have that piano though.
Do you have an accompanying jar that people put money into and ask what you’re doing there?
Youtube videos of strangers playing public pianos are legit delightful.
Better gray than bald. Thankfully, I show no signs of either.
my mom is a music teacher and pianist. would have lessons at our house nearly every afternoon when i was growing up for various children
she never gave me or my sister a single lesson and neither one of us can play a lick
The cobbler's kids often have no shoes.
i just said she was a music teacher. she was not a cobbler, idiot
What does peach dessert have to do with pianos wearing shoes?
You know you talk to me like this 2 or 3 hundred more times and this relationship is over
Just start playing now. You've got the genes in you
My mother was a concert pianist in her youth
So we always had a piano as long as I can remember
I learned to play, but never very well, and sure never practiced as much as would be needed to be very good
When first went to college, it was at ACU and one of the girls dorms had a grand piano in the lobby
There were a couple of guys who would sit there and play, girls swooned over that shit
That always made me regret not having learned better
I had no sports talent, so which would you pick
Salt and pepper pistachios from Trader Joe's are a god-tier office snack
I’ve had salt and pepper almonds which were delicious
pistachios I usually just get plain from bulk bin
You should play keytar
Taking piano lessons and getting a base competency is one of my 2020 goals
TLAU pulls girls on the reg from piano
My GF only recently turned me onto Trader Joe's a few months back. I was blind for so long.
Their trailmix/nuts section is great for office snacks.
What are you saying if I show signs of both?
the Mozart of Montgomery, as they call him
I started seeing grey and white hairs before I was 30. I used tweezers to pick them individually out of my beard and head because I was so self-conscious about it.
Now at age 32 I have pretty much a salt and pepper beard, with lots of greys.
Same. Got used to that and now I've seen a few at the temples
36 over here
My brother was going bald in his early 20s, while my hair is thicker than a bowl of oatmeal
Live damnit, live!
I'll certainly take some grey hairs over balding.
My dad is about to turn 65, still has a full head of hair.
Full head of hair with just a few grays at the temples. Grandfather died at 90 with a full head of hair so hoping I'm good.
Is it grey or gray?
It's really emphasized when you get a haircut, and look down on your apron and see soooo much white and grey.
Getting a haircut this afternoon
I lean towards gray but both are acceptable
Like color and colour, it's generally dependent on being American or British.