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By anonymous / Wednesday 13 June 2012 16:58 / United States - Mundelein
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  Inheritance  |  10

21- That's pretty obvious, considering in the FML it says that he sat in front of her, and was double her height. So to take that in consideration if they both stood he would still be taller.

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  evilplatypus  |  33

Thank you for repeating exactly what I said. The point is, 1 said you should stand at a concert, if they both stand OP still wouldn't be able to see. (And as to why I said "probably": my sister and I are the same height sitting whereas I'm four inches taller than her standing. It all depends on the leg:torso ratio.)

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This. I wouldn't actually ask to get on his shoulders (kinda odd!) but ask him to switch seats with you. I've asked if I could get in front of people before because I'm so short, and 95% of the time they're great about it! Of course there's the off-chance he'll tell you to fuck off, but if so (and it's not stadium seating - be safe) stand on your chair! Or stand in the aisles. I always prefer GA standing room to avoid this issue.

By  kill3rs  |  0

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  MrSassypants  |  31

Everyone always has the good things. Damn you everyone! Why didn't you give thy money to OP? Who ever this "everyone" person is he is a jerk. I had way more people say things about "everyone" person.

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Yeah but sometimes the front row is the worst place to be, for example an Oasis concert where people were pushing forward, breaking the barricade between them and the band. Do you really want to be crushed to death by fan girls and fan boys?

By  happle  |  21

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  louiseth  |  9

After being front row/near front row in smaller venues at nearly every concert I'd been to, then to go to a huge venue and be right at the back, it really ruined the experience. I just felt like I was listening to a live performance off a cd, and couldn't really connect with the music. Maybe I've gotten too accustomed to being really close, but I'll probably never go to a venue like that again, unless I can get a standing ticket.

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  AliceLockehart  |  18

I saw TOOL live last year & it was far more visually stimulating than any movie I've ever seen. Concerts are amazing, there's nothing more enjoyable than being right there in the moment.

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  signuplogin  |  1

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  hatesfate  |  6

25 - Because in a dark theater you can tell a persons height when theyre sitting? Or at a concert with assigned ticket seating you actually have the option to choose any seat?

By  Zachthejoker  |  10

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