#1
My friend wrote this story and I thought it was hilarious, and it's far too long to put in my sig, and I'm really bored, so I thought that a bunch of guitarists would get a kick out of this by posting this -

"I made it out alive by ROCKIN OUT SO HARD THE TORNADO DISSIPATED.

I threw my hands in the air and lightning shot down from the sky to my palms! In a flash an electric guitar was in my grips and I shredded some shreds that had never before been attempted by a mortal. Flames shot up from the ground and the clouds turned blood red. Windows shattered, cars exploded and time itself seemed to stutter. The mighty god Thor himself was even awoken, and he glanced down to Earth from the heavens just to see what the hell was goin' on.

It was me, I was goin' on. Goin' on a shred to end all shreds. A shred so intense that Satan's eyes exploded and Christopher Walken's arms flew off. A shred so powerful that it immediately collapsed the economies of 12 small nations. A shred so strong it erased all words starting with the letter "q" from the dictionary.

And with that, the tornado had no choice but to vanish from both time and space, taking legendary actor Yugo Togiath with it. Never heard of Yugo Togiath? That's because my guitar shredding erased him from existence."
My Gear:

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Squier Standard Stratocaster
Marshall G30RCD Amplifier

Originally said by deadhand329
sir...you have given me something to aspire to
#4
Lol buddy, I think I said above that I just thought this was a funny story, not exactally real life^
My Gear:

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Squier Standard Stratocaster
Marshall G30RCD Amplifier

Originally said by deadhand329
sir...you have given me something to aspire to
#5
lmao...sir...you have given me something to aspire to
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#6
I loled because that kind of thing happens to me all the time.
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#8
Yeah, I agree, Dio seems like he belongs in that story.
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#10
Quote by AngusX
Yeah, I agree, Dio seems like he belongs in that story.


Yeah, like, directly following the lightening part.
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools
#11
tenacious d to the second power

which is some kind of overkill

but it was entertaining nonetheless =P
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#12
Pfft, mines better. I wrote a phase-autobiography about fighting Hercules.
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#13
I could hear it now, "and the lightning shot down from the skyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Oh, yeah, that'd be sweet.
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#14
Lol i just thought of something, I don't know if anyone has seen "The Venture Bros." on adult swim, but I could just picture Dr. Orpheus screaming that (go on youtube and watch it NOW if you haven't).
My Gear:

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Squier Standard Stratocaster
Marshall G30RCD Amplifier

Originally said by deadhand329
sir...you have given me something to aspire to
#16
Sounds like a group idea, the tornado fighters? Battling natural disasters with disastrously amazing chops?
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#20
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Sounds like a group idea, the tornado fighters? Battling natural disasters with disastrously amazing chops?


Didn't the Aquabats do something similar?
D:
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#22
last 2 paragraphs were funny.
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Interesting question...
#23
I again want to plug my friend who did an amazing job with this (I'm just typing it here). Although I may add onto it. Anyone have any stories like these? Post 'em! I love stories like this.
My Gear:

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Squier Standard Stratocaster
Marshall G30RCD Amplifier

Originally said by deadhand329
sir...you have given me something to aspire to
#24
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I again want to plug my friend who did an amazing job with this (I'm just typing it here). Although I may add onto it. Anyone have any stories like these? Post 'em! I love stories like this.


you want to plug your friend?
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And thanks MotleyCrueSATD, that was pretty awesome.


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#25
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