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#399 - mymiddleleg (05/09/2013) [-]
For the people that dont know what a wall of death is
For the people that dont know what a wall of death is
User avatar #362 - sirbustyabals (05/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Last time I saw someone get pushed into a mosh pit with their top down, they got raped. But then again, it was not a metal concert. And then again it was an episode of Law and Order: SVU. Dun dun
#291 - beergaroo (05/09/2013) [-]
why not 'Exposed Breasts'?

It's short and efficient.

Pic somewhat related
#376 - mossycabbages (05/09/2013) [-]
What upstanding men
#346 - randomthingstv (05/09/2013) [+] (4 replies)
What's a wall of death?
#364 to #349 - kirisaki (05/09/2013) [-]
Actually you don't form a circle, you split the crowd in half and run at each other from both sides. what you're describing is more of a wall of death mixed with a circle-pit.
#312 - Womens Study Major (05/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Its been a long time i'm here after i deleted my account. What is the light bulb thing in the description?
User avatar #319 to #312 - hitlersoneballsack (05/09/2013) [-]
It is to light up funnyjunk at night so you can see
#113 - greenwithenvy ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
This right after an Iron man/Silver Surfer Alloy joke? yesss..
User avatar #95 - RlCK ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
I had a friend who was a drummer in a heavier local band. His band was playing a concert one night and his girlfriend was pretty close to the stage. Some asshat decided it would be funny to pull his girlfriends shirt down, so my friend just stopped drumming mid song, jumped off the stage, punched the guy in the face, then told security to get rid of him. Then he just got back on stage behind the drum set like nothing had happened.
#385 - synapse (05/09/2013) [+] (5 replies)
You need to go to a slayer concert then...
...Oh wait... :(
User avatar #371 - SquishyHaribo (05/09/2013) [-]
the nicest people you meet in a crowd are often the ones moshing the hardest
#315 - xastrais (05/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
word extract pls
User avatar #274 - ajperry (05/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I do not doubt how true this is. Whenever I'm at gigs and somebody falls in a Mosh Pit then people closest help get him up. It might look rough and sore, which it is, I myself broke my nose in a Mosh Pit but at the end of the day they still care about the people they're moshing with and don't want any serious harm to come to them.

User avatar #226 - KillerKlownKKK (05/09/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I got my head busted open at a Powerman 5,000 concert when I was 15.Spider stopped the show and had security pull me up on stage and through the back because it was the fastest way out. After some super Glue and Butterfly Band-aids, I was seated stage right in a recliner from the dressing room glass in one hand bottle of Jim Beam in the other. After the show Spider drove me to the ER himself and took me home after. Great Guy!
User avatar #154 - instakill (05/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
the general rule for pits is that if someone goes down you help them up, if someone is helpless you get them out of there, and you do not hit someone to cause injury, if you break any of these rules you are to be given twice what you gave out
User avatar #152 - rabaneristo (05/09/2013) [-]
I'm not one to brag, but once I saw a guy beating a woman and I looked at him with a disapproving face from my window.
#135 - mishterlusk (05/09/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I can't stand listening to metal music, but the people aren't that bad. They're not all Satanists.

I think.
User avatar #93 - xxELITExx (05/09/2013) [-]
metal heads might be crazy. But we know what the right thing to do is, and we never hesitate to do it.
#116 - daphnie (05/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I remember the first time actually seeing a moshpit in person, I had no idea what it was.

I was in this big club where underground bands played, and I was just enjoying the music standing near the scene, when suddenly people around me were bumping into me, and I was waving around with no control of what was happening (I'm 5'1"/155 cm), until a bald woman with abnormally large gauges just grabbed me from the crowd in the split of a second to the corner of the scene behind the speakers and wrapped her arms around me and stroked my hair for a solid minute before letting me go.
Never forgot. Wish there were more people like her.
User avatar #91 - ddemiddon (05/09/2013) [-]
My friend went to a Linkin Park concert. When they play Faint (one of their more badass songs) a mosh pit began to form. Three ass holes decided to grab my friend and kick the **** out of him. He said he could feel the crowd move as most of the mosh proceeded to wreck those three asshats. They even lined them up so my buddy could get his shots in.
#34 - Womens Study Major (05/09/2013) [+] (4 replies)
too bad most "metalheads"(12 year old faggots) are virgins and have no life
#52 to #50 - allwinterswhite (05/09/2013) [-]
Well, then..   
   
My point is that I disagree with your assumed statistics as they are highly incorrect due to the fact that there is many ways to logically fornicate your brain with general common information such being most "metal heads" are generally older due to the ideals of truthful "grandfathers" of metal and older "genres" that go back to Slayer, Kreator, Vader, Judas Priest, Blind Guardian and Iron Maiden basically are old and the younger generation in fact normally has no clue who these bands are.   
   
Generally the death-core, hardcore scenario children who diddle their seven strings with 2-3 notes for a 5-minute song with someone who screams incomprehensible whiny bloody-murder into a microphone have absolutely no idea where their genres or sub genres or hybrid genres stem from. Core is the love child of the 90's, soon after punk died out. True punk. And I believe I speak not only for the truthful musicians and fans of Metal and all of its glorious genres in between when I say that the twelve year olds you addressed are likely these outrageous core children that muster up the scene and the love of the music with all their tiddley widdley woo's and breakdowns.   
   
Relatively speaking, I am no twelve year old child, although on occasion I chose to act otherwise and evade the responsibilities of an adult but 						****					, we all do that.    
   
Anon all in all it was a terrible shot in the dark in the effort to troll.    
You can go home now, your efforts are in vain.
Well, then..

My point is that I disagree with your assumed statistics as they are highly incorrect due to the fact that there is many ways to logically fornicate your brain with general common information such being most "metal heads" are generally older due to the ideals of truthful "grandfathers" of metal and older "genres" that go back to Slayer, Kreator, Vader, Judas Priest, Blind Guardian and Iron Maiden basically are old and the younger generation in fact normally has no clue who these bands are.

Generally the death-core, hardcore scenario children who diddle their seven strings with 2-3 notes for a 5-minute song with someone who screams incomprehensible whiny bloody-murder into a microphone have absolutely no idea where their genres or sub genres or hybrid genres stem from. Core is the love child of the 90's, soon after punk died out. True punk. And I believe I speak not only for the truthful musicians and fans of Metal and all of its glorious genres in between when I say that the twelve year olds you addressed are likely these outrageous core children that muster up the scene and the love of the music with all their tiddley widdley woo's and breakdowns.

Relatively speaking, I am no twelve year old child, although on occasion I chose to act otherwise and evade the responsibilities of an adult but **** , we all do that.

Anon all in all it was a terrible shot in the dark in the effort to troll.
You can go home now, your efforts are in vain.
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