Out of Character

Just two friends, sharing, laughing and remembering...Good Times!

Monday, April 18, 2005

Bowling for Soup and SO MUCH MORE

This Saturday I got to get out of the house for a little fun...nothing like I plan on having later this week in the big city but still I got out. The band
Bowling for Soup whom I love happened to be playing at a local college so I make the trip up to L'ville ready to party. Bad thing is...it was a baptist college and alcohol is not allowed on school grounds. Then to make matters worse we go eat at Qdoba and they only have bottled beer, no other malt drinks. I really wasn't in the mood for beer, that usually doesn't come until later in the night...after the hard liquor. Remember "liquor before beer..." Sure you do. Problem is, I didn't get either and had I known I would've suffered with the bottle stuff just to get a little buzz at least. I especially would have, had I known I would be thrown into a freakin' mosh pit with a bunch of kids who were barely of legal age, much less drinking age. Those people are down right crazy! Who wants to get shoved so hard they fall back into the big stinky guy behind you???

So anyway, we get there after the first two bands perform and with a name like "Riddlin Kids" I don't think we missed much. The band just before BFS was called American Hi-Fi and I thought they were really good. They have songs on the soundtracks of the American Pie trilogy...pretty good stuff. When they were finished we stood around waiting for BFS to take the stage and pretty much laughing at how young the kids looked. Why does it seem that the older you get the younger everyone else is? These college kids looked and acted like I did in high school. Just makes me wonder if when I'm 40 or 50 if they will seem like 1st graders???

Then, the boys took the stage and somehow I was disgusted and turned on at the same time, how is that possible? Well, it is possible because one of their guitarist, Chris is an easy 350 lbs of tattooed ickiness and the drummer, Gary is the quiet, bangin' the heck out of the drums type who was suprisingly hot in person. Maybe it was because there was not that much to look at but he totally turned me on. Drummers have always been my preference AND he had that sexy little patch of hair on his chin, there is something about that...SEXY! It's probably a good thing that I don't get to see many live concerts, I'd imagine being a roadie would be tough with a family and all. ;)

Oh yeah, wish me luck for my interview tomorrow...and that I make it back from my big party...ummm I mean business trip. LOL


Post a Comment

<< Home