All About That Bass from a Real Bass (Especially for SAM)



  • Saw this and thought SAM, SAM, SAM, SAM, SAM!!
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  • I love Pentatonix... they are one of the best accapella groups out there.



  • @milnesy said:

    I love Pentatonix... they are one of the best accapella groups out there.

    Agreed. My first exposure to them was their cover of Imagine Dragon's Radioactive that they did with Lindsey Stirling. I think that might be where I first found Lindsey Stirling too. Fell in love with both groups.



  • @thanksaj I am so in love with Stirling... but it's a bit creepy ...you know, a 38 yr old crushing on someone who could be his daughter... the only saving grace is that my wife digs her too (but not in that way...)



  • @milnesy said:

    @thanksaj I am so in love with Stirling... but it's a bit creepy ...you know, a 38 yr old crushing on someone who could be his daughter... the only saving grace is that my wife digs her too (but not in that way...)

    LOL I got to see her in concert when she came to Dallas. It was an amazing show!



  • And you would have been a young father when you had her. She's in her mid 20s.



  • @thanksaj said:

    And you would have been a young father when you had her. She's in her mid 20s.

    Crisis of creepiness averted... though if I had one at 18 she'd be 20 now... so back to level of creepiness ... slight.



  • @milnesy said:

    I love Pentatonix... they are one of the best accapella groups out there.

    They were local for me back when I lived in Texas.



  • @milnesy said:

    @thanksaj said:

    And you would have been a young father when you had her. She's in her mid 20s.

    Crisis of creepiness averted... though if I had one at 18 she'd be 20 now... so back to level of creepiness ... slight.

    Sorry, I was wrong. She's 28. So you're not only NOT old enough to be her father, she'd be dateable if you weren't married, and if you were Mormon...lol (guessing you aren't)
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  • @milnesy said:

    @thanksaj said:

    And you would have been a young father when you had her. She's in her mid 20s.

    Crisis of creepiness averted... though if I had one at 18 she'd be 20 now... so back to level of creepiness ... slight.

    I'm 38 and one of my classmates from high school's son is 22 now.



  • @scottalanmiller said:

    @milnesy said:

    @thanksaj said:

    And you would have been a young father when you had her. She's in her mid 20s.

    Crisis of creepiness averted... though if I had one at 18 she'd be 20 now... so back to level of creepiness ... slight.

    I'm 38 and one of my classmates from high school's son is 22 now.

    Not usually the advised path.



  • @thanksaj said:

    @scottalanmiller said:

    @milnesy said:

    @thanksaj said:

    And you would have been a young father when you had her. She's in her mid 20s.

    Crisis of creepiness averted... though if I had one at 18 she'd be 20 now... so back to level of creepiness ... slight.

    I'm 38 and one of my classmates from high school's son is 22 now.

    Not usually the advised path.

    Hey now, there is really no point in judging someone else. Especially in hindsight 23 years ago. Scott was just mentioning that it was almost possible.



  • @IRJ said:

    @thanksaj said:

    @scottalanmiller said:

    @milnesy said:

    @thanksaj said:

    And you would have been a young father when you had her. She's in her mid 20s.

    Crisis of creepiness averted... though if I had one at 18 she'd be 20 now... so back to level of creepiness ... slight.

    I'm 38 and one of my classmates from high school's son is 22 now.

    Not usually the advised path.

    Hey now, there is really no point in judging someone else. Especially in hindsight 23 years ago. Scott was just mentioning that it was almost possible.

    I just personally know that I would not have wanted a kid at 16. I'm be scared to death to have a kid now, and I'm 22.


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