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  1. Tina
    February 27, 2014 @ 9:38 am

    Get there early, plant yourself in the seat you want, and ignore her.
    She’ll come in hoping you’ll see her and move, but don’t you dare make
    eye contact with her. Then start talking to the members around you so she doesn’t feel compelled to send suttle signals that you “took her seat”. When marching in be careful that she doesn’t scurry in front of you and when you arrive on that front row, rejoice that you defeated the devil and sing your heart out. I think this is a universal thing that just because they are older and ‘singing for years’, or gave 2,000 dollars, they’re name is plastered front row center. Some even have the nerve to sound crappy when they sing and I wonder why the director hasn’t placed them in the back, instead of acting intimidated by their “seniority”. No disrespect to the seniors, though. Some are so resistant to change.


    • Adri
      February 27, 2014 @ 7:21 pm

      Haha, thanks for stopping by. :) Actually, this woman acts the same way to her fellow seniors too. The thing is, this woman also happens to be the wife of our choir director, and even the director gets annoyed at her anal antics as well, such as she would interrupt him while he’s making announcements to the choir, etc. The rest of the altos though began sitting with me at the back so she’s pretty much alone at the front LOL. We just can’t sing in harmony with prima donnas so yeah LOL.


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