The Least Tasteful Musical Moment I Ever Participated In

In her defense, Ruthie was a saxophone player, not a drummer. What happened next was not entirely her fault.

The ensuing auditory ambush instantly overwhelmed our senses. In the pandemonium we did not know if the Ottoman army was advancing on our position or if we were about to be raptured.

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