#5
I thought you meant toy as in...oh nevermind...
Her friends are gazing on her,
And on her gaudy bier,
And weep!-oh! to dishonor
Dead beauty with a tear!
They loved her for her wealth-
And they hated her for her pride-
But she grew in feeble health,
And they love her-that she died.
#6
Quote by Filter
I'm not giving a reply because:
1) It's a Ukulele
2) Your user name..


What's wrong with both of those? lol
ukes looks fun, and I like my username
I'm not a Bible-thumper anymore. Realized I had a brain in '09.

I like guitars, running, and math.
#9
Quote by woMANintheBOX19
I thought you meant toy as in...oh nevermind...

lol, durty

Seeing as how the Ukulele is a legitimate instrument, I'm confused why you would ask whether or not it was a toy...
Quote by ravioli123
James, a type of sandwich:

A sandwich that consists of ham, turkey, roast beef, shredded cheese, nacho cheese doritos, and ranch on a toasted bun.
"Hey man lets go get a couple James's for lunch"
#11
Quote by ravioli123
lol, durty

Seeing as how the Ukulele is a legitimate instrument, I'm confused why you would ask whether or not it was a toy...


Look at his username and you will understand
#12
Quote by ravioli123
lol, durty

Seeing as how the Ukulele is a legitimate instrument, I'm confused why you would ask whether or not it was a toy...


Some ukes just feel cheap. Like the strings don't stay in tune at all, and they feel like crap. Since I don't live close to a music store which has ukes, I'll have to go by the internet. A friend of mine has a uke he paid like $50 for which is the aforementinoed "toy." Basically, think of a cheap guitar for 5 year olds who don't care about tone or anything.

I want a uke that is playable, won't break, and will stay in tune.
I'm not a Bible-thumper anymore. Realized I had a brain in '09.

I like guitars, running, and math.