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[kieu oh tee dubble-yoo] A Wannabe's dream.

Written by Merovign on September 28, 2009
A profession? Why would anyone want that, being tied down by a company [big or otherwise], being told to do this, do that, and getting all the crap stuff to do because they think you're a newbie or something.

Meh, but that is probably the reality of it. So I'll have to stick to it, just because of money.

In all due consideration, I haven't taken my GCE 'O's yet, so I'm thinking pretty far right now [in 5 to 6 years], as I have National Service [in 3 years] to contend to, 2 years being disciplined like dogs while enjoying weekends and firing exercises. I wouldn't become a regular in the army, ever, because I have next to zero tolerance for absolute [read: screaming in a loud voice] authority. But that is besides the point.

I would probably be a low-life, back-stabbing, manipulative and sheepish-in-front-of-the-boss office worker in some multi-national company, at the bottom rung of the office ladder, at the lowest point of the food pyramid. Getting a bonus just because it is the company's policy, eating badly self-made lunch during working hours, rushing crappy work to avoid overtime, et cetera.

An average office worker, I would be.

But that's by day.

At night is where my favoured profession shines.

I have a fervent interest in music, particularly the bass. I would really love to rock [read: groove] it out on stage, playing acid jazz while sipping a chilled glass of gin and tonic, wearing sunglasses indoors because it's cool and what not. People like us need to have some logic, why wear leather chaps/jeans/skinnies/birthday suits when you can play a gig in a singlet, shorts, and slippers. Yeah, playing a gig in shorts, that's what I call breaking the norm.

I'd like to make the ladies go 'Ooh, Aah' while making the men go 'Woof, woof'. [/flightoftheconchordsjoke] Saying 'thank you' to an applauding audience. Getting drinks on the house. Getting drunk...No, scratch that.

The feeling of playing in front of a proper audience is what I like. Giving music to them like drugs, leave them wanting for more, recurring withdrawal symptoms when they don't listen to the music for a period of time.


It makes for a nice introduction, don't you think?

Boring, average, scummy office worker by day...

Session bassist-cum-bad-comedian at night!

[/theme song]

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Mon Sep 28, 2009 06:04 PM +


Mon Sep 28, 2009 07:33 PM +

Sounds awesome.

Tue Sep 29, 2009 01:51 AM +

that sounds impressive =o i can haz free tickets plz?

Tue Sep 29, 2009 03:09 AM +


Tue Sep 29, 2009 08:32 AM +

Froggy, you got it wrong, man, they're the comedy folk duo from New Zealand.

Tue Sep 29, 2009 06:24 PM +

welcome to LIFE :D. It's really not escapable, but you can wedge your way around the crappy job scene to where people aren't trying to make u feel like shit, like my dad. He was my first boss (first job exp RUINED)

Fri Oct 02, 2009 01:10 PM +

Blog said: Getting drunk...No, scratch that.

Awe. Much lolz could have been had. :P


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