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Exoshear

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Is it right that parents have their music on louder than their son's? I can't hear my own music over their music - And mines actually at a reasonable volume level so only I can hear it.

The bugger has U2 and Black Sabboth blaring out while I'm listening to Queen and R.E.M as quiet background noise while doing some coursework.

Sigh, what's the world coming too? :p :D :cool:
 

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No it's perfectly reasonable now.

My dad currently has Christy Moore blaring at a stupidly high volume. I mean it's folk music for crying out loud, not bloody system of a down.
 

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I have headphones on at home to drown out my son's music, blaring from his room upstairs, but then I don't mind alot of what he plays anyway so it wouldn't bother me if I could hear it.... actually I get him to turn his music up while I'm having a bath :)
 

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Don't forget that these old fogies have trouble hearing so they need the volume up higher than us youngsters :p
 

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-- On topic: My Dad plays his music remarkably loud. It's not usually a problem, since I owe him for getting me in to most of the music I listen to now. For all his sins, he does have remarkably eclectic taste.
 

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I remember many times where I've yelled at my father to turn down the music when I was trying to sleep :D

I think it's cool tbh ;)
 

Exoshear

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Thankfully the music has been turned off now. I can get on with some work. :)
 

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The real embarassing thing is when your dad has a bigger stash of jazz mags than you or is really comfortable watching men's volleyball.
 

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Exoshear said:
Is it right that parents have their music on louder than their son's? I can't hear my own music over their music - And mines actually at a reasonable volume level so only I can hear it.

The bugger has U2 and Black Sabboth blaring out while I'm listening to Queen and R.E.M as quiet background noise while doing some coursework.

Sigh, what's the world coming too? :p :D :cool:
It means get the hell out of my house and do the university experience properly.
 

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And the lesson kiddies?



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