#1
Well, my friend and I were asked to jam with these two guys. One of them happens to be my friend's parkour teacher, Drew. They're both 20, and my friend and I are both 15, almost 16.

My friend plays drums, and I play guitar and sing, Drew plays bass, and the other guy plays guitar, probably better than me, seeing as I'm not the greatest, and he's probably been playing longer than me.

I know this is a stupid thing to ask, especially to the pit, but should we jam with these guys? I've met Drew, but not the other guy, and they play close to our style of music, but I'm still not sure about it.

What do you think, Pit?
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#5
wat
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#6
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wat

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#8
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#9
stupid question. you haven't given any reasons why you shouldn't jam with them.

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