I was on a swing set with my friend Paul and the chains of his swing had been thrown over the top bar so he was trying to throw it over the other side to make it normal again but he couldn’t so I tried and I jumped up and lost my balance and stumbled backwards and then my face hit the ground and it was all really a blur from there.
Friend:If you could have any pet, what would it be? I'd want a unicorn.
Me:I want a giant monitor lizard that I could put in a baby carrier sling and I'd walk around with it -but I'd keep it covered up - so when people are like 'oh is that a baby how cute' I'd be like 'no it's a white-throated monitor lizard' and it would flick its tongue at them and I'd feed it grapes.
I hate it when people complain about carrying their instruments. Last year in my school’s band I had to play bari sax, and in orchestra I played double bass, so I had it pretty bad with bulky instruments
Honey I know it. Carrying a double bass takes endurance. It’s easier for me to walk backwards when I carry mine so I just do that. People always roll up the blinds at the music studio to watch me moonwalk it to the car.
Plus my gig bag came with a strap and I’m like DO YOU REALLY THINK A STRAP IS GOING TO HELP ME CARRY THIS. IT’S A BIT BIGGER THAN A GUITAR. I don’t understand how people can hoist those things up like that. Considering I’ve been crushed under my bass on more than one occasion. I’ll stick to me wheel, thank you.~