#1
So im off for a weekend away to glasgow on Friday and Allan Holdsworth is playing. Ive been wanting to see him for years, but should i make my girlfriend go? We were looking for a gig, and due to download etc there isnt much on.
#2
I saw him in London on Saturday, it was the most incredible experience of my life.

Most of the non-Allan fans in the audience (with their friends or whatever) seemed to have a good time too.

But no, you shouldn't "make" her go.
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#3
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I saw him in London on Saturday, it was the most incredible experience of my life.

Most of the non-Allan fans in the audience (with their friends or whatever) seemed to have a good time too.

But no, you shouldn't "make" her go.



well there is dinner included so ill just keep buying her double vodkas.
#4
Take her, she'll probably love it.

If she doesn't, get her drunk untill she passes out, win either way.
#5
If she doesn't enjoy Allan, then dump her!
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#6
Promise her sex if she comes along!


Or does that only work the other way round?
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maybe it's because of your description, or the fact that it's 1:30am here, or both, i can't stop giggling.


Sometimes girls say that too...
#7
Alan Holdsworth is amazing. Just take her.

If she doesn't like it, make it up to her with awesome cunnilingus afterwards.
#8
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Alan Holdsworth is amazing. Just take her.

If she doesn't like it, make it up to her with awesome cunnilingus afterwards.



I probably wont have any saliva left after watching holdsworth on stage.
#9
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I probably wont have any saliva left after watching holdsworth on stage.

Welcome to the world of flavoured lube.
#10
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Welcome to the world of flavoured lube.


Just dont go for the chocolate flavour...
#11
See, I thought this was going to be a thread about how annoying people who know a little bit about jazz get, and how they talk insufferably about it, as if most of it wasn't as artless as anything else.