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Band Camp

Author: J. A. Clark
ASL Info:    25/m/GA
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Words: 110
Class/Type: Poetry /Nostalgia
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Ok....all of the marching band people know what I'm talking's band camp! the best and worst part about Marching band...all day in the hot sun, laps, kissin the grass (mmm...good!), Falling on your but cuz you let your heel touch the ground and lost your balance......and the band directors promising that this will be the last time (wich of course it won't be... ) It's really cheesy, but so true...

Band Camp

"Basics Block, Ready Go!"
Don't forget to roll those toes!

"Band Left Hace!"
Don't forget which way to face!

"Okay, now you can relax"
And do your pushups, never jumping jacks.

"Get those bells to the sky!"
Just do it, and don't ask why.

"Drumline, Help the pit..."
"But why? We get our own $#!%..."

"Okay.. you can have a water break.."
"OH Thank God...I was about to bake!"

"Tisk tisk...Told you you'd fall.."
When Backwards marching,
Don't let your heel touch the ground at all!

"Just one more time! Come on, 8 to 5!.....
I swear this'll be the last time!"

Submitted on 2004-09-14 13:50:14     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  How cool and hilarious is this? Lol, I think this is definitely one of your best ones, even if it's not romantic and I know you like those. I have a friend who used to be in the band and his "band camp stories" were always the greatest (and he tells stories about EVERYTHING). The only thing is is that you spelled drumline wrong. . . you spelled it "dumline" or maybe you meant to. . .
| Posted on 2004-09-15 00:00:00 | by secret moon | [ Reply to This ]
  i loathe the marching band at my school but i have so many friends that are in it. its a great thing for people...its like a huge family (or cult wher ei am) and i understand. i watch them practice and work in the parking lot...i've cleaned up more scraps in places no on ewould believe because i am the friend they trust. lol. but you got it all. even someone who didnt have friends in the band or didnt know it...would understand. its a good piece. congrats. ^5. PS.
| Posted on 2004-09-14 00:00:00 | by Printer Shock | [ Reply to This ]
  lmao...I remember this You forgot the torture of the lyres being broken so you try to find a way to hold the music and play at the same time. I was crazy enough to be part of the color guard so we had two extra weeks of "band camp" and in south texas it ws just band he11.
| Posted on 2004-09-14 00:00:00 | by jaycee | [ Reply to This ]

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