Breakfast after gig

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  1. 11top

    11top Cousin Eddie's cousin

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    So last night, we played to a nice crowd at our local musician's venue. Markie and Doc even showed up and took to the stage for "No Matter What" and "All Right Now." It was a fun evening, except...............

    ...........do any of you guys go to breakfast after the gig? My bandmates talked me into that last night, and I finally hit my pillow at 4:30am. Of course my wife woke up and this morning it was like, "Really, Steve?" Anyway, I think if The Walking Dead were casting this morning, I could get a zombie part.

    Man, I'm too old for this.........................Aw what the heck, my old man used to say, "You can sleep when you're dead."
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    ]-[@n$0Ma☩!© Zombie Zero, DFZ

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    Very rock-n-roll, Phenny!
     
  3. rickcard71

    rickcard71 New Member

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    Yes, love to do that. It's always fun!
     
  4. vchizzle

    vchizzle Zomb!e Nine, DFZ

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    Once in awhile, depends on how long of a drive we have. It is nice for that post show unwind. I may have heard that response before as well. It's better to throw out a warning - either before the show, or shoot a text/call to let her know. I honestly don't see much difference between 2:30 and 4:30, but you know....women :roll:
     
  5. themike

    themike New Member

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    Absolutely - the post-gig diner experience is best, although I usually still get a Cheeseburger :lol:
     
  6. tdarian

    tdarian Searching for the sound

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    Nothin like that last meal of the day as the sun is coming up. Been there many a time...in my youth. :cool:
     
  7. tdarian

    tdarian Searching for the sound

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    I was rude and forgot to ask how breakfast was, exactly. How late is beer served in IN?
     
  8. WEDGE

    WEDGE Zombie five, DFZ

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    I was in my thirties before I saw the inside of a Denny's sober and before 2am..........good times but I pay way too dearly now for late nights like that..... :oops:
     
  9. Danerada

    Danerada Goatee Practitioner

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    Phenny is nothing if not rock-n-roll....
     
  10. wilerty

    wilerty Geezer

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    I remember how much Markie can eat ... I'm surprised you got home that early. :)
     
  11. Spikedog007

    Spikedog007 Life is good, it really is.

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    I've been invited to breakfast after a gig but I've always turned it down because I don't want to hear my wife saying, "Really Rik, Really!" Then she'll probably want me to go cut the grass.... :roll:
     
  12. 11top

    11top Cousin Eddie's cousin

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    Markie's a lightweight. He was in bed by 1:00. :roll:
     
  13. iahawk36

    iahawk36 Prince of Paisley

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    Atta boy Steve!!! Way to keep up with the kids!!

    :D :D :D
     
  14. gag halfrunt

    gag halfrunt Big Bad Bill

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    I love the post-gig waffle house chow, but the kids are still going to wake me up early the next morning :cry:
     
  15. ACE

    ACE New Member

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    I was in my late 20's-early 30's last time I giged late, but I needed go to do something afterward--most preferably going home with a "fan." Unfortunately, most of the time I wound up with friends and bandmates at a greasy spoon. Otherwise, would find myself wide awake in bed hungry with that constant ringing in my head.
     
  16. Brad737

    Brad737 This space for rent...

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    I haven't gigged in ages, but we used to hit Waffle House. Totally fattening, but it was fun.
     
  17. 11top

    11top Cousin Eddie's cousin

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    Bar closed at 3am, then pancakes, eggs, hash browns, bacon..............mirrors hate me.

    Funny thing was.........we walked into the breakfast eatery, which was four miles from the bar, and there were +/- 20 people there from our crowd. :eek:
     
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    ]-[@n$0Ma☩!© Zombie Zero, DFZ

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    They were following your tour bus, Steve. groupies will do anything to get in your spandex.
     
  19. Rusty Falcon

    Rusty Falcon New Member

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    With my band we usually eat together after the gig... gives us a good chance to go over stuff quickly and just bask in the post-gig afterglow... :D
     
  20. 11top

    11top Cousin Eddie's cousin

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    That would scar for life and cause blindness.
     

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