What museum did you find this clip in?
Be funnier if he carried on saying DO NOT MOVE UNTIL I SAY GO and just ended the song
“Damn man I thought this was a snoop dogg concert”
I know I'm getting old when that looks like pure hell
I hope that is staged, otherwise that might be a pretty traumatic experience. Have you ever been thirsty at a concert? That is the worst feeling in existence.
I was waiting and waiting for the dude, when you finally see him it's 😂
“YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE SO JUST GO FUCKING NUUUTTSSS!!!!!!!!”
I don't blame him for not wanting to spill his $12 drink.
> Don't spill the Coke. Don't spill the Coke. Don't spill the Coke. Don't spill the Coke. Don't spill the Coke. Don't spill the Coke.
“Excuse me please, can you let me pass?”
Madness... not the best music i'd mosh
Reminds me of my local pub when the bell has just been rung for last orders
Holy shit, before reading these comments I had no idea reddit hated moshing this much. Imo that dude has the right attitude. He's not into it probably (unless he just got a beer and doesn't want to spill it) but he's just chilling. [it's ok to not like things but don't be a dick about it](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0la5DBtOVNI
Short story to share. When I was in the 6th grade, so I guess 14, my buddy got tickets to the warped tour in Charlotte circa summer 2005. We were some of the very few young people there, actually I don't remember seeing anyone our age but it was a long time ago lol so who knows. One of the other 14 year olds we were with got caught up in a mosh and got the wind knocked out of him. I was already in the back, I have always been a cautious little fucker. He came out gasping for air, not seriously injured but tossed around nonetheless. I'll never forget the handful of people that either saw it happen or saw the kid in distress and escorted him out and stuck around to make sure he was alright. This was a handful of people, plenty others seemed to either take no notice or simply ignored it. But those few that stopped their festivities helped me realize at that pivotal age that there are good people in the world, even among a seemingly degenerate demographic. I carry that with me to this day, and I'll die on that same hill if it means doing the right thing.