I know there are a million people looking for tickets. I know this will be a another failed attempt to find tickets, but its worth a try.
My sister-in-law is graduating from high school this year and I promised her that my wife and I would get her parents to buy her a Sasquatch ticket for her graduation. I kept reminding my wife to tell her parents to buy the ticket because I knew the concert would sell out. It sold out and they never got the ticket. Now my sister-in-law blames me for some reason and is being unreasonably hard on me. I don't know why I should get her a ticket at this point because she has been very unpleasant with me, but I think she deserves it and I would like to make her happy. She has a boyfriend that wanted to go too. So if anyone has 2 tickets, please, help me out. Send me a message. Thank you.
I know that is easy for you to say since you have no ties to the situation but I really do feel bad. Mainly because she got screwed out of going last year too and she just really wants to go to Sasquatch. I can understand her frustration. She is being unreasonable with me, but I still think she deserves it for graduating. At one point I didn't think she would graduate, she was becoming a pretty rebellious teenager.
Post by Horned Fuckin' Gramma on Mar 24, 2011 12:46:30 GMT -5
Take it to Craigslist:
"Hi! My wife's little sister is throwing a bitch fit because her parents didn't buy her Sasquatch tickets for her high school graduation and now it's somehow my fault. I'm looking for two 4-Day passes at face value so we can give them to her and some guy she'll probably break up with before the festival so that she'll stop calling me names."
Post by Horned Fuckin' Gramma on Mar 24, 2011 13:35:24 GMT -5
Did you know:
The title of the Veruca Salt album Eight Arms to Hold You was the original name of the Beatles' album Help!. "Eight arms to hold you" is an allusion to the plot of the Beatles film, also titled Help!. The title was changed when none of the four Beatles was willing to attempt to write a hit song which incorporated the phrase 'Eight arms to hold you'.