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  gojira666  |  7

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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How grateful of you, op. you get to go to a great concert, meet the band, and yet you complain about the paper that you gave them to autograph for you? And honestly, they wouldn't even notice what their signing with all the other autographs they have to sign afterwards. So calm down op.

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  ryanross  |  11

71- I've been to about 4 concerts already and I didn't have tickets. Well I had tickets printed out but it wasn't the ~fancy~ paper you get at the venue. I think you can also get the tickets on your phone, and I don't think you want the band to sign your screen

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  ZDK5498  |  6

that could be worth something one day. I suppose. that's history right there. that flyer there may be thousands of them people without the flyer after the concert with the autographs will throw them out I'm predicting. I recommend you frame it and years and see if it's worth something or keep it for good old memories :)

By  Enslaved  |  36

Sounds like the Marilyn Manson concert. Do autographs really mean much anymore? I'd think with everyone owning camera phones, a picture would be more valuable.

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  emilyjgraham  |  34

I think an autograph would be more personal/valuable because autographs are normally made out to someone. pictures? you can search them on Google and just claimed to have been there.

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  emilyjgraham  |  34

fair point, but still, i think I'd prefer an autograph cus if, later in life, I don't want it anymore I can sell it (if it's a decent artist obviously) I'd just bin the picture :)

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  xSorry_fml  |  10

Autographs from bands are not worth very much. If you really want an autograph that is worth money go to a book signing. Compare a signed Beatles record to a signed first "Great Gatsby." For those wondering about picture of autograph, get a polaroid and have them sign it.

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  ryanross  |  11

I'm 13 and I love getting bands to sign posters and CDs when I see them. It's nice to have "collectible" items, and you can always sell signed things on eBay and get a lot of money.

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  XxFA1LxX  |  4

[EDIT] : I know. OP had a great time, got to meet the band, and got an autograph. I don't see much of an FML here. So what if they signed a flyer?

By  ICATiger  |  13

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By  DocBastard  |  38

Were you possibly wearing a shirt they could have signed? Or do you think the band just maybe had an extra T-shirt lying around somewhere? If all else fails, have them sign your ass.

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