The Airhead In A Spotted Knitted Coat

3 Feb

knitted coat

So when I go to a gig, I go to listen and enjoy and maybe have a bit of a dance (although a lot of people don’t think that headbanging is dancing) and I assume that other people are there for the same reason, so it really narks me when you get some airhead who thinks it’s okay to stand near the stage and talk, loudly and incessantly, through the set. It happened the other week when I was in Cardiff for the launch of Rufus Mufasa’s album , “Fur Coats From The Lion’s Den” and this airhead stood right in front of me and gabbled her way through a load of performances. Which isn’t just annoying but also really disrespectful to the performers who had put so much effort into their acts. Why couldn’t she go to the back? Or go to the toilets? Or just go? I thought about whacking her with my sketchbook but then I’D be the bad guy. I wasn’t going to draw her because that would be giving her some credibility so here’s an empty page dedicated to the empty airhead in the spotted knitted coat.

Please do check out Rufus Mufasa’s music on the video, she’s brilliant.

9 Responses to “The Airhead In A Spotted Knitted Coat”

  1. kestrelart February 5, 2018 at 23:14 #

    Two images of you that made me smile, head banging and whacking the airhead.

  2. SiverBlack February 4, 2018 at 18:49 #

    How irritating!

    Thanks for sharing Rufus Mufasa’s music- I’ve enjoyed listening to it.

    • Rosie Scribblah February 5, 2018 at 03:55 #

      Yes it was. And Rufus’ music is fab, glad you enjoyed 😀

  3. Phil Cooper February 3, 2018 at 23:19 #

    Yep, I HATE it when people do that, what kind of ignorant sod must she be to think that it’s ok to do that? What on Earth goes on in their heads? Glad you wiped her from the drawing, she so doesn’t deserve to be drawn at all 🤬

  4. Alli Farkas February 3, 2018 at 23:06 #

    Same sentiments from this quarter. Had one like that in front of me at a summer outdoor performance. Mentioned quietly to her that I was a big fan of the performer and had come to listen to her sing. Miraculously, the one in front of me actually kept quiet, at least till intermission. We sat somewhere else for part 2.

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