How to take revenge on people that talk during concerts

9 Responses to “How to take revenge on people that talk during concerts”

  1. Rob S says:

    Another hilarious option is to speak to them kindly, and offer to but them a beer if they finish up their conversation at the bar. There’s only one Judge…

  2. umm says:

    the best way to confront problems and stop wrongdoers is to later post what you would have said to them on social media if it wasn’t for your crippling fear of reality.

  3. Snake Plissken says:

    People are generally more focused on the show the closer you are to the stage. Grease yourself up and get in there.

  4. Matt says:

    My approach is always to ask, “Why can your friend hear what you’re saying?” This usually elicits a blank look. “Because however loud the music is in this particular spot, you’re having to talk over it so your friend can year you”….It’s a real problem in London and at the risk of sounding like an old fart, it’s because kids aren’t interested in reality any more cos they can record the show on their f***ing phones and post it on FB later. Bah! And if they still don’t shut up, I fart in their faces….

  5. ALWAYS HIGH says:


  6. tuffy says:

    Great. Not only are two jerks talking, now someone is farting too.

  7. scum says:

    Most of the shows I go to tend to be so load that I couldn’t hear someone talking. Plus if you are being rude like that at a punk or metal show somebody will probably get punchy with you.

  8. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    I’ll generally just lean over and say something like “hey, can you guys please not talk during the music? Or else head to the back of the room?” That will almost always work, but I think it might help that I’m a giant.