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What NOT to do when you go to a concert

This is concert etiquette for all you crazy kids out there.

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Published: Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Updated: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 21:11

 

What NOT to do when you go to a concert

This is concert etiquette for all you crazy kids out there.

Storified by McKinzie Brocail · Wed, Nov 07 2012 18:21:43

If you are heavy, I mean like more than 30 pounds overweight, DO NOT stage dive. Notice how everyone in the crowd is bracing their necks for cover to prepare for the paralysis that is about to happen to their delicate bodes. If everyone moves out of the way when you dive, don't be offended-- They're only trying to live.
Is it moshing or smooshing?chaseskylar@ymail.com
Concerts should be about enjoying the music and yourself. Most venues come down to standing room/general admission only. This means an overly crowded venue with too many bodies to be comfortable, but that's how shows are. Get used to it, or don't go. "Music is life" knows what's up:
I want to stand in a pit with too many people in too little room and be squished to death. That's a concert.music is life.
This is kinda messed up, but not entirely unacceptable:
So if you see a person just pushing and shoving to get to the front, its probably me.Katrinaaa
#frontrow #concert #frontrowconcertJust Teen Things!
It's okay to push and shove to get to where ever in the crowd, so long as you aren't pushing and shoving the lucky bastards who are already at the front of the stage. They beat you, they earned it. Back off, bro.Wrong:
the pushing and shoving accompanied with rude looks from others was totally worth getting to the front of the concert! #FUNLauren Meyer
Yes one day I want to #crowdsurfJenna Buchlmayer
Crowd surf! DO IT. It's thrilling, exciting, fun and sometimes full of awkward groping, but whatever it's part of the concert atmosphere.. How to crowd surf: 1.) Find a group of two or three BIG, TALL AND MUSCULAR guys. 2.) Tell them you want to get them to get you up to crowd surf. If they're comfortable with it, you should be, too. 3.) Notify the people in front of you that you're about to go up and to help you out so that you don't fall on their heads while they're facing the stage. 4.) Have fun!
He really tried to crowd surf but couldn't because he was too big LmaooJoshua Maurice
Like stage diving, if you're likely to hurt someone while crowd surfing because of your size-- think kindly first.
tall people at concerts <<dirtydiana
HEIGHT ETIQUETTE = THERE IS NO HEIGHT ETIQUETTE.If you are a short guy or girl, too bad. If you are a tall skyscraper of a human being, lucky you. Height is not anybody's fault, it's genetics. You can't blame someone for being tall, tall people don't blame you for being short.
Thewre are too many tall people at this mipso concert #shortpeopleneedtoseetoo #storyofmylifeKei Kurosu
Wah, wah, wah: buy taller shoes or shove your small self closer to the front.
People you CAN blame at concerts: Drunkards. If you are too drunk to stand on your own, get out of the crowd. No one wants to hold you up or keep brushing you off them. Also, your stupid grin every time you are slightly more violent than you should be, pisses people off. It doesn't make us sympathize with you, it makes us want to secretly hit you in those liquor-laced lips. (And we might when the moshing begins.)
There's too many drunk people at this concert. Holy shit.Juan Arce
Babies, a.k.a. kids at shows, go home. If you cannot drive to a venue yourself because you aren't old enough to possess a driver's license, you shouldn't be at a show alone. If you're with an older sibling or something, sure, but if you're getting dropped off, you're probably going to get hurt by a drunk idiot or someone letting off too much steam in the pit. Regardless, be careful. AND STOP GOING TO DUBSTEP CONCERTS. You're too young to see all of the designer drugs and people making out.
I have seen far too many people under the age of 13 at the Skrillex concert tonight. #yikesLauren❁
#Lmao #LSD maybe ;) #haha #raver pic! #picofday #pictureoftheday #funny #fuckedup #ravepicsjordan moose
Do not just stand there in the audience staring. You are at a concert. MOVE! DO SOMETHING. Just don't get upset or mad when someone bumps into you or steps on your shoes. It's standing room only, we're all getting poked, nudged and pushed.
I don't get how some people can just STAND there at concerts..Taylor Doherty
If you are ANYWHERE NEAR a mosh pit, circle pit or any pit, don't complain when you leave with bumps, scrapes or bruises. It's bound to happen. If you're scared or want to avoid any possibility of pain, get the hell out of the way.
Please, if you're gonna complain about getting pushed while in a mosh pit, you need to leave. That's the point of it bitch lmaoǤɪʀℓ ȍℱ Ǥℓass ღ
@DJonesluvR ofc it's not okay, but you can't seem to stop complaining about how you got hurt at a concert. what do you expect.Vermin Supreme


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