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Should I just write all affectedly in my goth diary? But if you’re just going to stand around and watch, well, then you’re an added dead weight that we’re metaphorically carrying.
If you’re going to help, by all means, you’re more than welcome as long as you don’t break anything.
Not only is it, again, distracting for the band, but it’s, again, boring for you to hear each individual drum head hit over and over and over. I’ve been dragged to enough sound checks to know that the only one I should ever be at is my own. But the thing is, there are already too many people in the van. Think about this for a minute: do you really want the four of us to stand over your shoulder at your job where you’ve convinced your coworkers that you are a professional, upstanding member of society? If we told you you’re not allowed to watch football or garden or make films or build tiny ships in bottles or work out at the gym or do whatever it is you like to do, you would probably be super bummed.And even if your SO really wants you there, the rest of us don’t. It makes some people uncomfortable and it changes the group dynamic that we rely on to play shows. Band practice may take your SO away from you for a few hours a week—or even a few weeks or months if they’re on tour—but you went into this relationship knowing this person was a musician.