Most of these are either not boring enough or they're the wrong sort of boring.The best one is the salesperson who didn't have a suitcase cheap enough for Lou Reed.This makes up for a quotes site where none of Reed's one-liners is worth repeating.
I was attending a 30th Birthday Party at Kro Bar in Manchester. It was quite late on in the scale of things and I’d ended up with a helium balloon round my neck.
I strode to the urinals and after starting to relive myself I realised I was standing next to Guy Garvey from Elbow. After catching eye contact he said out of politeness “Nice Balloon”.
I zipped up and exited.
by Rob Jozefowski
When I looked yesterday I missed 'I sold fava beans to John Cage.' There was a picture of Cage in the paper the other day in which he bore a striking resemblance to the late Kathy Staff of Last Of The Summer Wine and Crossroads fame.I don't think they were ever seen in the same room together.
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Reading this made me want to commit suicide.
My mate fancied Frankie from the Saturdays, so I queued with him for about an hour to meet them at a signing. We got to the front of the queue and my mate got shy and embarrassed. I said hi. Frankie (I forget which one she is, but my mate assures me it was her) said ‘Nice T shirt.’ I said ‘thanks.’ Another one of the Saturdays then said to my mate, ‘Yours is nice too’, but it wasn’t Frankie, so he didn’t care.
"Don’t forget that piece of wood," his assistant Jeff, a/k/a Monoman, points out. Sure enough, it’s a piece of wood: cut in the shape of a beehive with a hole in the middle, it screws on top of the center hole to make sure those dreaded vibrations don’t get through — according to Jeff, "The only good vibrations come from the Beach Boys." The piece of wood cost a grand on its own, but as Pat assures us, "It’s a really good piece of wood."