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    I met up with one of my students for a pint the other night. I had made both our practice chanters and designed his where the chanter top had a bit more heft. Mine was an older design with a longer chanter top.
    He had noticed the difference and was asking me about it. I said, "Yours is a bit thicker, but mine's a fair bit longer." Unfortunately, the bartender was just walking up to see if we wanted refills when she heard me saying that and took it way out of context.
    Before you start fixing problems with your reeds, check to see if the bag or stocks are leaking.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/Marcblur?feature=guide

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    Re: What the bartender misunderstood

    Originally posted by TwitchyFingers View Post
    I met up with one of my students for a pint the other night. I had made both our practice chanters and designed his where the chanter top had a bit more heft. Mine was an older design with a longer chanter top.
    He had noticed the difference and was asking me about it. I said, "Yours is a bit thicker, but mine's a fair bit longer." Unfortunately, the bartender was just walking up to see if we wanted refills when she heard me saying that and took it way out of context.
    For which of you, did she buy a drink?
    LloydB
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    • #3
      Re: What the bartender misunderstood

      But no remarks about the A holes - same on both, huh?

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        Re: What the bartender misunderstood

        Originally posted by LloydB View Post
        For which of you, did she buy a drink?
        Both, actually.
        Before you start fixing problems with your reeds, check to see if the bag or stocks are leaking.
        http://www.youtube.com/user/Marcblur?feature=guide

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          Re: What the bartender misunderstood

          Originally posted by TwitchyFingers View Post
          Both, actually.
          Ah, understanding, then, in the end.
          LloydB
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            Re: What the bartender misunderstood

            Originally posted by LloydB View Post
            Ah, understanding, then, in the end.
            Or overstating about the wrong end

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            • #7
              Re: What the bartender misunderstood

              About bartenders misunderstanding, or rather understanding too well

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8ko2nCk_hE
              proud Mountaineer from the Highlands of West Virginia; Son of the Revolution and Civil War; first European settlers on the Guyandotte

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              • #8
                Re: What the bartender misunderstood

                Originally posted by pancelticpiper
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                About bartenders misunderstanding, or rather understanding too well

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8ko2nCk_hE





                A grand bit o' fun!!

                First good laugh of the day!!

                Many thanks!!







                My friends all know,
                With what a brave carouse...

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                  Re: What the bartender misunderstood

                  But which one of you got her phone number?
                  "Your Honor, I solemnly swear I am up to no good"

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                  • #10
                    Re: What the bartender misunderstood

                    Originally posted by Linz View Post
                    But which one of you got her phone number?
                    Neither; she's married.
                    Why this got moved here, when it's an anecdote and not a joke is beyond me.
                    Before you start fixing problems with your reeds, check to see if the bag or stocks are leaking.
                    http://www.youtube.com/user/Marcblur?feature=guide

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                    • #11
                      Re: What the bartender misunderstood

                      I didn't move it, but it's funny enough that this forum is probably a good place!

                      Andrew
                      Andrew T. Lenz, Jr. • BDF Moderator
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