I love going to concerts. It’s our favorite date night. While the music is the feature, you can’t deny that a concert is a prime people-watching opportunity. No matter who we are there to see, there are certain people we run into every time.
The shirtless guy. Maybe he looks good without his shirt on or maybe he doesn’t. But it’s hot and he doesn’t care.
The girl with the too short shorts. Okay, girls. Times about 100. Doesn’t matter what shape they’re in, we don’t want to see your vajayjay. And what is with the new look of these shorts being high-waisted mom jeans yet don’t come down far enough to cover anything?
The pregamer. Who drank way too much in the parking lot and is now going to miss the concert due to puking before they can even get inside the venue.
The third wheel. Who came to the concert with a couple and is now going to try to get attention from her friend’s boyfriend(or his friend’s girlfriend).
The cool mom. She really doesn’t want to be here, doesn’t know or care for the songs, but she’ll be damned if she allows her kids inside the concert alone.
The PDA couple. Slow dancing during a song is fine. But please don’t try to conceive a child in the middle of a set.
The hoverers. They keep moving closer and closer to you, hoping you’ll move further up toward the stage, as if those few inches will make a huge difference.
The eager leaver. About two songs into the main act, they’re anxious to hit the road to beat all the post-concert traffic.