By Anonymous - 02/11/2014 16:44 - United States - Rome
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Personally I can't stand when people "think they're good" and don't listen to other people when they tell them they aren't good. It's like those stupid people on American Idol or something that think they can sing and in reality they're horrible, they have judges telling them they suck and they're like "I'm not going to let people bring me down, I'm going to keep persevering and singing and one day I'll be a famous singer." If people say you suck, you most likely suck. It's one thing to suck at singing and know it, another thing to suck at singing and think your good and want to sing on a stage in front of everyone all the time. *rant over* In regards to the FML... Regardless of whether op is good or not though, she should try and be aware of the fact that people are probably studying and sleeping all around her and to try not to sing really loud. Either way though, the guy was a jerk and shouldn't have been mean about it, he's should've asked her politely to keep it down.
Well that's one way to be a douche, but how loud were you singing ?
Someone studying for finals or tests. Me when I get home after a 12 hour shift and the damn neighbors playing karaoke and suck at it, but I get what you were saying. Honestly it doesn't bother me much, and it's hilarious when I'm drinking with my friends outside while yelling out parodies of their songs .
YDI.. You live in a environment where people can be disturbed easily, you need understand that.
Couldn't he have asked her to stop or something rather than, "Good thing you finally shut the fuck up!" I think that's what the FML was mainly about. The fact that after she sang, he rudely made a comment. If he politely asked her there wouldn't be much of an FML
Some people are nice, some people are rude. But this guy is a special kind of rude...
I don't care if you are tone deaf, you can sing when you want. Tell him to buy earplugs or something. He was very rude to say that.
So glad I live in a rented house and people don't mind me singing/playing piano. But I routinely ask if they're bothered by it and I stop if they are (but they never are, apparently).
singing with piano is completely different. if someone was playing the piano well in a dorm, I really wouldn't mind studying to that. Just blatantly singing though, nah. Singing would only bother me if it's too loud or subpar. piano, on the other hand, would be fine as long as it's not complete crap like slamming random keys.