Hair Bands!!!

What are you listening to now, and why isn't it Marah?

Postby aaron2010 on Fri Apr 20, 2007 11:36 am

They had The Story of Def Leppard movie on VH1 last night. I've seen it before, bit it's still good.
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Postby mommyd on Fri Apr 20, 2007 1:38 pm

OMG, I LOVE that movie!! I've seen it several times and never get tired of it. Wish I'd have known it was on.

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Postby val04463 on Fri Apr 20, 2007 5:31 pm

My kids have always kiddingly made fun of me and my love of Def L. 2 years ago my 26 year old Hippie daughter was to be wed...The ceremony was beside a river, at sunset...Every thing was ecofriendly...I even had to promise to collect, wash and reuse the plastic silverware at least 3 more times...

Any way...I had helped her with all the computer graphics for the invitations etc, so when she and her beloved finished writing their vows I offered to create a lasting memento of them on special paper with a beautiful font,

When I got to hers, between "I promise to respect you as I do the Earth"
and "I will never club a baby seal" (OK Those may not be the exact lines, but you get my point.).....I inserted..."....I'm hot, sticky sweet, from my head down to my feet....

I'm not entirely sure I would have mentioned it to them had they not noticed it before the ceremony....

Now that there is a glimpse into my world..despite it, my kids are very sane, productive, and loving.
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Postby Janice on Fri Apr 20, 2007 7:12 pm

That is freakin' hilarious, val!!! My mom would stick something in there about promising to give her lots of grandbabies or always answering her phone calls. That you slipped those lyrics in there kinda makes me wish you'd come out here and supervise my best buddy's wedding this summer.
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Postby Mike_Lowrie on Fri Apr 20, 2007 11:37 pm

Hair Bands are the Devil
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Postby Dana_Jean on Sat Apr 21, 2007 7:32 pm

No, no, no. Rainforests are the devil.
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Postby aaron2010 on Mon Apr 23, 2007 10:49 am

foosball is the devil.
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Postby Tay on Mon Apr 23, 2007 11:36 am

wimmins is the debil!
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Postby grasking on Mon Apr 23, 2007 6:51 pm

Tay, I have to disagree. Faith No More wasn't a hair band. Listen to Angel Dust I
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Postby shinjaejun on Wed Apr 25, 2007 10:15 pm

grasking wrote:Here's a quiz for you Hair Band fanatics:
http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20016362__20016359,00.html


I missed 4...not bad for being a lil tyke in the 80's.lol

... for the record i seem to be the baby of the board, graduating in 99!
My boyfriend graduated in '88. I think I shall rouse him out of bed and see how well he does on this quiz. :twisted:
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Postby val04463 on Thu Apr 26, 2007 5:46 am

I didn't get any...and yet I listened to them all!!! Am I turning into one of those" All you (Used to be ) young, long-haired whipper snappers all look the same? " :roll: :oops: :shock:
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Postby Mike_Lowrie on Thu Apr 26, 2007 3:54 pm

I am 27 so Hair Bands were really really shitty to me and most of the people my age who loved Hard Rock. I Love grundge and I Love nu metal.
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Postby Jane on Sat Apr 28, 2007 2:50 pm

val04463 wrote:My kids have always kiddingly made fun of me and my love of Def L. 2 years ago my 26 year old Hippie daughter was to be wed...The ceremony was beside a river, at sunset...Every thing was ecofriendly...I even had to promise to collect, wash and reuse the plastic silverware at least 3 more times...

Any way...I had helped her with all the computer graphics for the invitations etc, so when she and her beloved finished writing their vows I offered to create a lasting memento of them on special paper with a beautiful font,

When I got to hers, between "I promise to respect you as I do the Earth"
and "I will never club a baby seal" (OK Those may not be the exact lines, but you get my point.).....I inserted..."....I'm hot, sticky sweet, from my head down to my feet....

I'm not entirely sure I would have mentioned it to them had they not noticed it before the ceremony....

Now that there is a glimpse into my world..despite it, my kids are very sane, productive, and loving.


HAHAHAHOHOHOHAHAHA val that was soo great!

damn kids. they tell everybody how I scarred them by singing Stevie Miller songs (Rockin Me Baby, c'mon if that's not a lullabye I don't know what is) and making them play rock trivia as I drove them to school each day..I would have loved having parents like us! son's first words were Chevy Van ok?
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Postby Janice on Sat Apr 28, 2007 3:56 pm

I hear ya, Jane. My son's teachers always send home alarmed notes when he sings the Ramones in class. But really - what's cuter than a 4 year old singing 'Blitzkrieg Bop'??

Although I will admit, it also cracks me up when he starts singing 'Walk' from Pantera.

Hmm. I don't know where he gets it. Must be from his father's side. :twisted:
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Postby grasking on Sat Apr 28, 2007 6:43 pm

What's so alarming about a child singing Ramones songs?

Anyway, there's a cover hairband that plays in my area called Aquanet. It's a double whammy; I don't care for cover bands, and I really don't care for hairbands. But I go because it's hilarious watching my buddy dance and get rejected by the ladies.
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