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How wrong could Mike D. be?

Mastiff

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A great concert. Those women can sing and play guitar... Not to mention the opening act, a Michele Malone, who reminds me of a cross between Melissa Ethridge and Sheryl Crow.

The mix was about, erm, 10 men... then;

1/4 Very butch (Crew cuts and tool belts and such)
1/4 Eugenies (Or Eugeniouses... black rim glasses, short hair, you'd have to know the town.)

And...

1/2 Lipstick! Oh yeah... I was down in the front row and we ended up in big pack of them. I'm quite sure they didn't harbor the same fantasies as I, but it was still fun.
 

nerudite

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Mastiff said:

1/4 Eugenies (Or Eugeniouses... black rim glasses, short hair, you'd have to know the town.)
You mean wannabe Emo girls with a hippie twist. ;)

Uhhhh... you didn't mention what concert this was that you went to.
 

Jeff

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Mastiff said:


1/2 Lipstick! Oh yeah... I was down in the front row and we ended up in big pack of them. I'm quite sure they didn't harbor the same fantasies as I, but it was still fun.

OH YEAH !!!

Ima hafta go to an Indigo Girls show right quick!!
 

Mastiff

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Re: Re: How wrong could Mike D. be?

Mike D. said:
OH YEAH !!!

Ima hafta go to an Indigo Girls show right quick!!
Actually... I liked the music, too. Not as much as the writhing females, but hey...

It was Indigo Girls, Nerudite... And Michele Malone (Who really rocked)
 
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