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Listening to music at the beach?

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Who here likes listening to music at the beach?

 

I personally find sitting on a rock listening to some trance watching the sunset to be an AMAZING experience. How about you guys?

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Originally Posted by Siva108 View Post

Who here likes listening to music at the beach?

 

I personally find sitting on a rock listening to some trance watching the sunset to be an AMAZING experience. How about you guys?

Nope.

 

It is a social event for me usualy. No way am I brining IEM's onto the beach, they could get heated up, damaged, or get sand in them plus I wouldn't be able to use them much as I would seem untalkable. There are people to talk to at those times and things to do.

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Nope.

It is a social event for me usualy. No way am I brining IEM's onto the beach, they could get heated up, damaged, or get sand in them plus I wouldn't be able to use them much as I would seem untalkable. There are people to talk to at those times and things to do.

It depends.
If you're living a couple hundred meters from the beach -- or biking distance in any case. Then going to the beach to relax alone isn't such a strange idea.

And you don't have to roll around in the sand to enjoy the beach. You can just walk on the beach without any chance of sand getting in your ears.
The only thing worrisome might be that the salty and humid air could damage the drivers, but I doubt the effect will be that big to be honest.
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It depends.
If you're living a couple hundred meters from the beach -- or biking distance in any case. Then going to the beach to relax alone isn't such a strange idea.
And you don't have to roll around in the sand to enjoy the beach. You can just walk on the beach without any chance of sand getting in your ears.
The only thing worrisome might be that the salty and humid air could damage the drivers, but I doubt the effect will be that big to be honest.

I either am not social or go full social so that's why I said me in my post.

 

Are you panda stalking me? I see you everytime I enter the regular forums! It can't be that the Panda is being Panda stalked by a tiger!!!??? ヽ(`Д´)ノ

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I either am not social or go full social so that's why I said me in my post.

Are you panda stalking me? I see you everytime I enter the regular forums! It can't be that the Panda is being Panda stalked by a tiger!!!??? ヽ(`Д´)ノ

What if I am stalking you? rolleyes.gif
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What if I am stalking you? rolleyes.gif

I don't mind. You can come, but the moment you enter my terrirotry. The panda gets ferocious

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I don't mind. You can come, but the moment you enter my terrirotry. The panda gets ferocious

You don't have a territory. The only thing that could be classified as such would be the anime thread, but I have done a thorough job invading it and keeping you under my control. Haibunyan thinks he is in control, but his leadership is only symbolic.

We are masters at derailing random threads, aren't we?
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You don't have a territory. The only thing that could be classified as such would be the anime thread, but I have done a thorough job invading it and keeping you under my control. Haibunyan thinks he is in control, but his leadership is only symbolic.
We are masters at derailing random threads, aren't we?

You may think that but in the end, I AM THE TRUE OVERWATCHER OF ALL THE THINGS HERE! You just think you are in control when it is I that is controlling the scenes! Mwahahahah

 

 

/...pfff I was JUST thinking the same thing. gs1000.gif

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I'm actually pretty surprised tbh. I expected a lot more people to listen at the beach.

 

Btw I didn't mean going to the beach with friends, I myself think it's pointless to be listening to music when you're out with friends. I meant going to the beach alone, just to listen to music.

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I'm not too far from the beach, but he James River is 5 minutes away. Good times.

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That's an awesome picture. Listening to some Pink Floyd there in the evening must be awesome. :p

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