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    Quote Originally Posted by countrybumpkin View Post
    When you send your ebay win ukulele to your friend's house so you have time to figure out how to tell your wife
    Done that.
    There are two types of people in this world:
    1. Those who need closure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tad View Post
    ...When you frequently find yourself praying that SOMEBODY will outbid you, 'cause you really can't afford it...
    Done that too...
    There are two types of people in this world:
    1. Those who need closure.

    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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    When you can't decide between matte or gloss so you get both, and then realize you also need both matte and gloss with both amber AND pearl tuners.
    There are two types of people in this world:
    1. Those who need closure.

    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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    When you just buy it and don't care any more.
    Music is found in the spaces between the notes- in the silence between the chords. Get your spaces right, and you've got it. Albert Greenfield

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    ...you excuse yourself from the dinner table repeatedly to check your status in a ukulele bidding war (also applies to checking the shipping status)

    ...you have a nasty bout of the flu and you still decide to sit at your computer and browse vintage ukes for hours at a time

    ...your friends have staged an intervention because your ukulele hobby has turned into a mad addiction

    (all true, by the way)
    -Kristin



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    Quote Originally Posted by StereoJoker View Post
    ...you excuse yourself from the dinner table repeatedly to check your status in a ukulele bidding war (also applies to checking the shipping status)

    ...you have a nasty bout of the flu and you still decide to sit at your computer and browse vintage ukes for hours at a time

    ...your friends have staged an intervention because your ukulele hobby has turned into a mad addiction

    (all true, by the way)
    I've done the first two but not the third.
    There are two types of people in this world:
    1. Those who need closure.

    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kissing View Post
    When you played your uke in bed, and woke up with it...!
    When you've played your uke in bed, and woke up with a DIFFERENT one.

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    whenyou receive boxes of a uke you won on ebay and dont even remeber buying it since you bid on so many
    askmusicguymic@theukulelesite.com
    musicguymic@aol.com
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    oh and when you try to answer these post with one handed texting on a blackberry while driving and eating at the same time
    askmusicguymic@theukulelesite.com
    musicguymic@aol.com
    theukulelesite.com
    808-927-7297 808-622-8000

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGM View Post
    oh and when you try to answer these post with one handed texting on a blackberry while driving and eating at the same time
    LOLs awesome.

    When the visit to a uke shop to "just check it out" ends up with you bringing it home...
    ... or another one that cost 5x more
    ... or both.

    The shame.
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