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Rules for dating a rockstar

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This will aid any gentleman to get along swimmingly with his music-based girlfriend and limit the number of times she’ll initially have to say “Suck it up and deal” and/or “Grow a pair”. Shaking hands and making new friends is a big part of being a gigging musician.

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It may be, but when you say that it sounds demeaning. 12) Do NOT start a fight before your girlfriend goes on stage.Playing music is much more fulfilling and enjoyable than having to cater to the fragile male ego.If it bothers you, develop a hobby to take your mind off of it.No need to display how insecure you are while she’s busy.16) Never say anything negative about the band that you cannot say to her.Although I’m down for a good cry with a bottle of wine and ‘P. I Love You’ any day of the week, Friday and Saturday nights are reserved for something MUCH better.

I like to be out, I like to be on stage, I like to be the center of attention, I like to wear a lot of liquid black eyeliner and I like to do it as often as humanly possible.

After reading it, I couldn’t help but think about all the different events I’ve experienced while trying to date men who aren’t musicians/entertainers.

I’ve only recently begun to understand that some men still think girls, such as moi, can get their jollies off by staying at home, ordering a pizza, cuddling and watching some B-list Rom-Com on a Friday night.

Offering a hand to carry the heavy stuff is always appreciated, but do not follow her around like you’re lost.

She needs to set her gear up, do vocal warmups, tune her instrument, unpack/pack gear, unload/load the van, do her makeup, hair, and get dressed.

I suggest that Call of Duty game you haven’t purchased yet, or knitting.