#1
Don't you hate it when you get to meet a famous person and you go to talk to them and you say something really stupid? That happened to me when I first met this Beatles tribute band and the dude playing George gave me his pick in the middle of the show and afterwards all I could say was "I found the pick." I felt like a total idiot. This ever happen to any of you?
#3
Would you really consider that guy famous?
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#4
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Never met anyone famous

I with you. havent met any either.
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#5
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Would you really consider that guy famous?


Technically, not really, but around where I live he is. Local celeb, maybe? I've just never met anyone else more famous than that....
#7
I've met a few famous people, if the opportunity is there I'm taking it. I've been pretty chill though, I've never said anything stupid and got completely speechless. Especially with Anti-Flag..get them drunk..they're awesome
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#8
I met Donnie Iris once (I'm from Pittsburgh and he was born here so he's a big deal) and all I could say was "IRIS!" he looked and waved. I felt like an asshole afterward.
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#9
Actually no. I expected to say something stupid though. I met the drummer of Matchbook Romance and I was cool about it. I just introduced myself shook hands whatever. He was a really nice. Too bad they broke up...
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#10
dude, i met micheal stipe in a radioshack in NY. he thought i worked there and asked where the batteries where, and all i said was yes.....lol
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#11
I'm pretty sure famous people are quite used to people getting nervous and saying stupid things to them. I wouldn't get too upset over it.

Although I wouldn't consider the guy who plays George in a Beatles tribute band famous.
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#12
Quote by woMANintheBOX19
I've met a few famous people, if the opportunity is there I'm taking it. I've been pretty chill though, I've never said anything stupid and got completely speechless. Especially with Anti-Flag..get them drunk..they're awesome


i call shenanigans
#13
I met Jamie Stewart from Xiu Xiu.

He was working his Merch table before the show, and my friend and I had shirts that said Fun Is For Assholes (we made them) and I asked him how much the buttons cost, and he said "For you, their free" and I didn't really say anything else. I got some free buttons though. I should have talked to him more. I sort of freaked and said nothing.
#14
Quote by guylee
i call shenanigans

i have pics to prove it
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.
#15
LOL I told Atreyu's guitarists they're the reason I started playing guitar haha.

Needless to say I've moved on to more....complex music, if you will. Back then it didn't seem like a stupid thing to say, but looking back.....yeah...........lol
#16
when i met mark hoppus i told him i liked his shirt..
when i met travis barker i told him he did good drumming with one hand while smoking a ciggarette.
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#17
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i call shenanigans


Yeah, A-F are straight-edge. They're really cool, though.
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#18
I saw Steve Perry at some diner while have breakfast once. It was amazing.
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#19
i've met tons of famous people haha travis barker, tim armstrong, i actually met tom delonge today at warped tour (i got backstage passes after helping out by making 700 grilled cheese at the catering thing), anti-flag, less than jake, the casualties, time again, kevin lyman (man who created warped tour) also today shook his hand and said thanks for everything, against me today too haha, flogging molly, and the unseen yea i got to a lot of concerts and just kinda "know" people
#21
I've met all of Lamb of god, it was awesome, I told mark and Willie I liked their playing and I told randy he looked like my brother, then I told the drummer I thought his beard and playing were cool.....I just said hi to the bassist...I got all their autographs on my killadelphia cd though...It was awesome no matter how dumb what I said was
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#22
Quote by Mr. Thingy
Yeah, A-F are straight-edge. They're really cool, though.

They are not straight edge they all "follow the rationale of straight edge but do not label themselves straight edge."

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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.
#24
i met lex luger one time. i didnt say **** to him thought i was just think that he was actually small. he looked huge as **** on tv. i also met the guys from phoenix mourning. didnt talk tot he though but one of the guitar players was cool. he ****ed his leg up and could hardly stand. but he finnished the show. there was only lke 10 people there and they were signed on metal blade. it was also cool that they played for only 10 people