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Season 15 episode 13
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Where can I watch it all season?
Where I watch All season?
Link to the clip : bro 🥺 chclip.net/video/f-xReFKhmi0/video.html
Seson 15 episode 13
As a person who played the violin for 4 years when I was a little kid I can confirm that is 100% accurate
As a string of the violin, i can confirm that this is true
I play the Viola and my parents made me get private lessons and now I don’t enjoy playing it as well.
I played cello for 6 years Still isn’t better
I got left with the same issue. I can't quite remember how many years ago I started hating the trumpet. Switching to bass suddenly brought the passion for music back. That and not being hounded for "not really liking music".
"Eventually it stops being a passion and kept being a chore"
yes exactly. in school I'm a flute player and it used to be super fun but soon it turned into work that wasn't at my pace and I felt terrible because he sounds disappointed every time. now I'm forced to tryout for honor band tmmr for another 100pt grade and idk how to play two of the sheets that's really important to play because I got introduced to it yesterday because I wasn't there.
Well that's what it takes to become the best which the problem with people nowadays are too fucking lazy to work their asses off be successful
What I've been going through the last 5 years. After I graduate I'm never playing it again.
"You want me press iron on your back again"Damn how many times did he rip his shirt
"Well peter we have more violin music to play"
mine was more w academics. my dad told me to leave the house at night because i couldn't do my math right. the countless times being shoved in the dark apartment store room, locked away, and the beatings and the emotional trauma has really scarred me
@montlukäs this is what you call generational trauma your grandad probably did the same to your dad and your great grandad did the same to your grandad
@Deidre White why specifically white? Your name?
Damn that's tuff, I'd rather get adopted by a nice white parent
@montlukäs parents become more docile at older ages because imo they know they can’t blatantly assault their kids and/or emotionally abuse them now that their older, it proves the fact that they only wanted the feeling of power and control over someone o something to stroke themselves. Fucking hate it. Some parents don’t deserve kids, and it’s usually the ones who think having kids is a “have to”, instead of a “get to”. Same logic with passion becoming a chore, except the “passion” they lie to us and themselves about was always a chore. I absolutely fucking hate parents like this. And the funny thing is, when they say “gen z is so soft and entitled” “stop being a victim”, they don’t look to the parents who literally fucking raised the kids to be this way, they just belittle the kid. They play victim to the people they blame for playing victim. “Simple minds belittle the child, but an intelligent man questions the parent.” - me
@11)The Secret Emerald He became less violent now that I'm over 18. I definitely think it's no one's fault that they think the way they do especially in the context of where I'm from. Education, sympathy and love lacks in my family... violence came as a result of impatience and survival, unfortunately. yes i forgive my family. but i can never forget the hurt that they've caused me. im gay, and ive been mocked about my behavior and q frankly it still traumatises me till now. most things that they do still triggers me. i hope some day i may be able to live on my own. i need to find the strength and never guilt trip myself i guess. they'll always gaslight me and say that im ungrateful and selfish but i really think this stems out from my own survival instinct cus i know i can never share anth w them. otherwise im vulnerable
As someone who played piano for 10 years......the "he took the joy out of it" really resonates with me
@DEATH TO LGBT well hope you keep suffering, hetero
Yeah it's true, untill you have to come back cause there's no else that can do it as good as a you, and it's a chance, to get something that you want and need. All for a dream.
7 years and same. I remember so many times crying at the piano for messing up scales and sight reading
POV you played piano instead of orchestra, L
Yup. I learned to hate it only a month into my lessons because of how strict my dad was about learning.
Can we just admire the shape of his sweat...
It's just like how I adored school until the system became controlling and shitty and now I'd rather die than step back into that place.
As someone who played the piano for 7 years and got caned whenever I messed up and cried on the way to piano lessons every time, yes.
And in show it is show that Peter keeps this skill
As an Asian, I can confidently say this is accurate af. I hate life because of hard work with blood, sweat and tears and no joy in life. (This was high school PTSD)
The fact that you think it's something that will give you PTSD is insane. How weak mentality lol🤣. You guys are just lazy and wants to be spoiled and just wants to achieve good results without working for it.
@Harrell T loving work and being forced to work are not the same. A hardworking man would not enjoy being a slave forced to do physical labor lmfao
@dogboy0912 I mean... yeah. Anything that causes trauma can leave lasting effects, even if it wouldn't be a big deal later on, or to other people.The definition of the word is literally just "a deeply distressing or disturbing experience.", which can include a LOT of things. You can't gatekeep issues just because some others have it worse. People still have to learn to deal with their problems, because believe it or not, problems can have serious effects on people regardless of severity.
@GuywhosnamestartswithZ do you not know that most of the time Asian parents push their children to the brink of insanity?
It's actually more like art class though. I love drawing but hated art class so I quit before the teachers could ruin my passion for it
"Is someone making a Cuban sandwich?"🤣💀
As a professional ballet dancer I can confirm this is 100% accurate my strict parents & instructor took all the joy out of it
My mom used to threaten me and hit me when I didn't play well on the piano it got so bad that I absolutely despise the piano now 💀Edit: yes she's Asian
This short really went from auto erotic asphyxiation to violins at a funeral in roughly a minute... Family guy summed up pretty well.
I don’t think the erotic asphyxiation that bag is intended to be used for, is Auto…..
@Omni Lawrence it was spelled correctly, literally just a quick google search would help you
@Omni Lawrence it was spelled correctly, literally just a quick google search will help you bruh
Idk that word you were trying to use but I think it’s misspelled
Sad, that some Asian parents when we make mistakes we got hit. But it's okay, we're used to it.
Remember parents, abuse = results.
Me who actually plays the violin getting in the way when they don’t and made it correctly
The "Mr washy washy took all the joy out of this" really got me🤣
This is funny? oh damn my humor is broken
getting your finger joints cracked in piano every time you hit bad note on piano lessons... what a nostalgy
How do you don't run into that person in a parking lot and make them wish they had died sooner like I did my step dad I'll never know.
My violin teacher used to push my fingers so hard I would fall back into the wall when I was like 5 and would bash my hands in piano when I play a note with the wrong fingers or if I didn’t use my wrist properly
Sadly that’s how it is for a lot of kids
@Serat Arsy Bagus Ibrahim how the hell do you get bitten by iron? 🗿
That’s how my saxophone teacher treated me
@Johnson Huang not only
That’s really true there’s a lot of crappy violin teachers out there
It’s really true
As a person who is forced into playing violin, I can relate and this is so accurate
This was actually pretty well edited together. Cutting from his first training of the violin to when he Masters it at the very end just like that.This is a more recent episode that I've surprisingly seen back when it first aired or when it first appeared on Hulu in I don't know what year 2018 maybe, but honestly I haven't watched family Guy in several years since basically the year that this season was on
A good music teacher will instill that same sense of fun that you have listening to music, when music becomes more about success rather than enjoyment you’ve lost what makes it important.
Money and bitches.
Reminds me of Dead Poets Society when the son hates his dad for wanting to force him to stay in school until he becomes a doctor.
I’ve played for 16 years and am in school to do it professionally. Nobody made me. I chose it. But some days are still like this and I get so fucking angry that no matter how hard I work the same fucking issues come back to haunt me over and over again
I recently decided to change majors. Going to sonography school in a couple of months, played violin for 12 years
But even when that shit haunts you much respect for still having the will to get back up and keep doing what you love no matter who or what stands in the way! Best of luck for the future man!
Same one for me when I was in my community college and I wanted to learn how to sing. The fact that I had to get music training at a young age, learn ear dictation and other stuff was really hard. I try it and then I quit because reading music and actually playing it with my voice was difficult enough enough because of the certain hours you put in. What Peter went thru tho messed his life up and I feel really bad for him also. 😔
"I hate music, I hate life" really is relatable
i cant be the only one who feels upset when the man in white’s fingers bleed and when an iron gets pressed on his backlike my heart just achesand a lot of people say that apparently while playing violin/piano they went through the same, but i’ve been playing piano for 7 years and violin for 6, and i never got treated this badly-
Trust me a iron hurts more than that I touched a iron before felt like I held my hand under a fire for 5 minutes VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY PAINFUL
This reminds me of one of the wildest things I’ve ever heard. I was talking to a kid about classical music. I said rach 2 was my favorite piece and he said he played it for a competition once. I didn’t believe him. He said he quit cuz he hated it. Then I found out from my friends he had placed top 10 in a national competition and was being recruited to music schools as a sophomore and quit. Shits real. Imaging getting that good at something only to quit. Blows my mind every time I think about it.
That’s peters punishment for ringing the bell a lot of times and yelling at him
Nah bro they fought it out in street fighter y'all forgetting
Yo 😡 chclip.net/video/f-xReFKhmi0/video.html
That’s is so funee😂lol😂😂❤
Bing bong !! You stop bing bong ! Every bing bong cost __cents !
YOU STOP MAKE BING BONG
Yeah this is accurate
This Episode Should Be Called, This Is The Asian Life.
I hate how this resonates so well with me and academics lol
So sad first part that is other part is I don’t know what to say.AAAnd the Asian accent is funny.🤣😁😂
"I hate the violen, I hate music, I hate life and I'm never playing this again."Didn't he already hate life?EDIT: There is a whole war about some guy putting question marks down here in the comments. Thanks for 3K likes!
@you lol nice vid
@ichigo and naruto and luffy 🤝 buddy if you see humans expressing normal emotions and find that cringe, you have a problem. You should like... Spend time with people.
@ichigo and naruto and luffy 🤝 Then why did you even turn it into a argument lmao, also your "popular opinion" about people getting confused is correct, because I too, get confused. Also, cringy isn't a word lol.
@010WinterStorm010 also its not a argument everything doesnt have to be a argument I was simply just stating my popular opinion but it seems I was stating that opinion in a reply section with snowflakes
As a person that invented the violin and has been playing for 300 years, I can confirm this is 100% accurate.
Why does the violin teacher sound like steven he
Was funny untill I saw the caption and realised:(
I've played for a little over 10yrs and it definitely feels this way while taking classes. As soon as I started doing it by myself and didn't have classes, I thoroughly enjoyed it and learned a lot
As a person who played piano for 10 years, this is 100% accurate. I had a lot of presion and my parents were really strict with everything in general so... YeahEdit: Talking about childhood trauma makes you have likes?Edit 2: I still love playing the piano but I play what I want, I do not hear what other people want me to do anymore
So sad that there are many people at our generation suffering from childhood trauma
@M It isn't trauma level bad but it definitely isn't some no pain no gain situation because I had the same treatment (they got less strict thanks god) back then. Not that big of a deal but still it was saddening.
@M It is childhood trauma
Its not trauma, you have to go through pain to be actually good at something and its okay
I played guitar for 8 years. “They took the joy out of it” really hits
i have been playing the violin for 2 yrs and the way he holds the bow (stick thingy) annoys me-
My dad be like:
How do I stop being scared of studying?First, find an anchor by deciding the state or emotion you want to anchor. Positive emotions are the perfect anchor when you no longer want to be scared of studying.Keep studying. Instead of shying away from studying, you should keep at it even it is one page a day. Studying progressively will help in desensitizing you from fear of studying.Get someone to help you study. You can have a friend of member of your family stay with you while you are studying so that they can help.You cannot stay a lifetime without learning. It would mean living an unfulfilled and unsatisfied life. The good news is that any phobia including Sophophobia can be overcome.
Literally every one I knew that did marching band in high school. They all absolutely hated it but they only stayed in it because they were each other’s only friends and didn’t want to start over making new friends.
I enjoyed it the entire time except the second half of my senior year, but that’s was just due to having to be very close (physically) to people I couldn’t bear to be around. Indoor percussion and going to WGI competitions really made highschool band worth it
@Ahmad Kenway Same but my cymbals is on a vibe
This is so accurate wtf
@CalebDaThing Tenors are fun, but my back be killing me sometimes
@Ahmad Kenway bro you got my respect for marching cymbals. Marching tenors is tough can’t imagine cymbals.
Huh, Peter learned what it’s like to be Asian. Too bad the opportunity was missed for washy washy to still say it was terrible. The proceed to compare him to someone .
and we all know how this story finished : they ruined a weeding 😂
Honestly when someone keeps telling me everything I'm doing wrong even though I get mad that is what keeps me motivated to keep going. That's why I'm still playing trombone to this day
"People tend to lose their passion for things cause they get to focused on getting good at it and not on enjoying it."
Is no one gonna talk about the first part of the video?
Watched the episode years ago, know exactly the context but I have no idea how I didnt remember quagmire testing the bag over his head 😂😂
He looks like uncle roger
It's pretty common in asia.....they jump off roofs after this happens
I remember when playing the guitar makes everyone get their attention to you but when i started playing and learning the guitar i start to realize that playing it alone is the best because i can voice out my songs at the top of my lungs, and it fades when someone enters my public space. That was 12 years ago.
@MidnightStorm if you have any friends that play instruments, meet up w them and play, they won’t be judging because they understand the process and experimentation that goes into playing an instrument. the scary part is trying to play around people that don’t play instruments, because they hear you experimenting and it feels like you’re being judged
Im bored and sick of playing alone i just wanna get out and find people to play with
I feel you. I used to love singing, but when I had to do school plays and get singing lessons because others didn't like the way I used to sing, it broke my heart. I sing how I want to now, and I've never felt more free ☺️
Reminds me of one of my friends
I can actually confirm before I watched this, in my experience I’ve done this exact thing. Spot on, family guy. And cheers to my 2 smashed violins
yo that sweat kinda look like a 𓂸 if u know wat I mean-
"I hate life, and I'm never doing this again."-I wish I said that
As someone with a degree in Jazz Piano, playing for 20+ years, this is too real
I do kinda relate to this, I got way more criticism than support when drawing as a kid, for some years I didn't pick up a pencil at all. Luckily I started drawing again and now I draw pretty good for my age. And I think with the patience span I learned over the years, I know I can draw anything if I want to. However it's so sad even with that opportunity and talent that others would love to have, you still don't find pleasure in drawing and feel like shit sometimes over it for no specific reason
Ouch. Et tu? I'm awful at drawing but always liked to doodle, however support was non-existent. One friend in highschool was nice enough to say: "She draws sick!!" Every now and again, I remember that moment and sometimes want to get back into it again.
Bro this is just me damn, I understand how you feel💔
it is just sad man
Try to share it with others, I am sure there are people who would appreciate your effort.
Becausw god favors some over others
average day in the life
As someone who has played piano most of their life with dad as the teacher, I can confirm the frustration is real
Dang that's how my past music teacher felt. I'll never forget that day after this video.
I am currently taking a course on teaching. And we went over this in great detail alingside levels of learning.Learning should always be fun and interesting for it to be efficient. If your teacher is strick then the student will spend more time hating/fearing the teacher than they will spend learning There is a difference between a good teacher and an expert.An expert explains. A teacher teaches.
As someone who’s played double bass for ten years, i’ve seen some who have been pushed and quit, but others who thrived when pushed. It’s a two way street.
@Harrell T at least you can acknowledge that not everyone works that way. My mom pushed the hell out of me to get all A's during covid for school (when she didn't before, and I was already a high B/A student lmfao) and it just ripped away any and all work drive that I had.The mostly stopped doing that during my senior yeah of highschool, and she didn't anymore during my 2nd semester. I passed all classes with 80+ grades again. I went from hating myself because I had such a lack of drive for *anything* to enjoying my classes, my music, my hobbies, and became a less anxious and happy person.I graduated without having to take any extra semesters despite only passing 1 class during my entire Junior year of highschool. I'm now happy, working to make my life better with a job, getting a liscense, etc. All because I was allowed to do things my way, to flourish on my own.
@Serawasnever True, it would be great if most instructors understood this and had the patience for it.
Im someone who likes to be pushed. One of my tricks is to hang out with smart hard working people which would motivate me to work. Your work integrity becomes similar to those around you…and then u begin to think maybe im not working hard enough xD which like you said can also demotivate some people, not me though
I think there was some quote saying"Diamonds are formed under pressure and bread dough rises when you let it rest."We're all our own things, what's motivating to other might be crippling to other ppl as well
@boxing elf is that's actually something they teach us in the military. (I know it seems obvious but some leaders are too set in their yell until someone cries ways) Being a hard ass can motivate some but other people will just shut down when yelled at and at that point you're just wasting time.
"your fingers no bleeding""You no try hard enough"That's sick
went to university for music, this is kinda true for me. I practiced so much and got so caught up in the "high classical" mindset of "if it's not 'classical' isn't not worth listening to" that I forgot that the first reason we do it is to have FUN. I stopped having fun and it sucked the life out of me.
It sounds real sad
How do I get over my fear of learning new things?When you try to remember a repeat of something unique that happened to you, you realize that the situation elicited the same emotional reaction as it did the first time you had the same experience. The nervous system usually creates a link between an experience and the intense emotional experience whether good or bad that resulted from that experience. This link is referred to as an anchor.In order to get over your fear of learning new things, it is important to change the anchor that brings about the emotions of fear through a process called anchoring. Anchoring is a technique that taps into your neurology’s automatic system for linking feelings to experiences.Now, when it comes to overcoming Sophophobia, you deliberately create a link between some kind of unique stimulus which you can control and initiate whenever you want and a mixture of powerful emotions like confidence and calm that you want to experience instead of Sophophobia.Now, you can apply the stimulus when you are thinking about learning. This way your mind will build a new mind map with regards to emotions about learning. Your mind will create positive pathways and thoughts to replace the old.Anchoring helps you to develop positive thinking. As you know, your thought life impacts your emotional life. You can do anchoring by yourself or with the help of a therapist.If not anchoring, you can try other methods of treatment like hypnotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy or counseling. All these forms of therapy will help you deal with any underlying issues if there are and to develop new neurological pathways of positivity concerning learning. It is in dealing with any past trauma or underlying triggers that you can indeed overcome the fear of learning new things.
As a person who played violin for 236 years, I can confirm that it is 200% accurate
As someone who spent the better part of their middle and high school years playing the violin in orchestra, I can definitely say that I almost became this.
What makes you get out of it?
Every asian dad:
As someone who played violin for fourteen years…Yeah. It really depends on who’s teaching you and the learning environment you’re in. Hated it up until the last four years or so when I had a teacher who became more of a mentor and friend, and someone who I really looked (and still do) up to. Amazing guy.
I’ve been playing the drums for 6 years; and it never got boring cause I always learn new stuff and I even get to play in a band
Why is this so relatable 😢
This is exactly what some of the parents do to their kids.... Remove the joy from everything that their child loved.... Till the time their child loses the joy of celebrating the only 1 festival they loved, removing the love of eating chocolate, taking their dig for a walk, bathing their dog, watching WWE, or even enjoying their fav meal, or doing anything at all - making their child a angry sad zombie who now doesn't even think of suicide cos even death doesn't mean anything anymore
Good thing I still think of suicide, I’m already half a zombie
Thats what happened to me with legos
@Magnus The Rad yup
@Infu Riated Basically if you do what you are intended to do, you can call it a success Basically although the person is drained of all emotions, the objective is complete Then they repeat.
This is accurate when I was practicing violin my hands were bleeding so now I play the piano and drums😭😭😭💀💀💀
Does anyone remember Your lie in April.
As a person who watches family guy, I can assure you this is accurate
"Mr Washy Washy" got me dying-
This is me but with my guitar. I play whenever my parents aren't home because I'm afraid of being yelled at and that fun stuff.. It just sits in the corner of my room collecting dust and I feel guilty, I do.
@[DARKLEGION] Oh god I feel this I still have it in my closet collection dust...back to watching the doo again
getting yelled at while playing guitar too loud !! 🤟that’s how it’s supposed to be !!
I eventually got over the embarrassment
Same my guitar sits in my room collecting dust and I feel like shit, and I want to form a band can you believe that? My laziness will be the death of me
Not that I don't want to play, but other stuff got in the way like school work and games, and I can't help feeling guilty not playing my guitar too
I love how there's still kids in the comments trying to relate to something they've never experienced just to seem cool...To be fair, I did have that phase where I crave internet recognition.
“He took the joy out of it” is phrase that needs to be heard and understood more.
I played violin for 6 years now, I can feel that pain.
Ive been playing the piano since I was 5, now I am 22. I always really enjoyed playing the piano. Then I started studying music and my piano teacher at university kind of ruined it. He wanted me to get out of my 5 year relationship because "you dont have time for a relationship, you play an instrument, use your time to practice", he wanted me to give away my dog because "you dont have time for a dog, you play an instrument", he wanted me to cancel my singing lessons (which also are part of my studying) because "you dont have time for singing, you play an instrument"... I was terrified of him. I kept singing, didn't give away my dog and still are in the same (now 7 year) relationship, but I dont enjoy playing the piano anymore. I have to, of course, but my last piano exam will be the day after tomorrow, and I think I will not be playing anymore after I'm done with this exam. Hurts, but I cant help it.
Relatable.I sing as a hobby of mine since little but ever since my mom heard of this,she would pressure me into singing in church even when I have stage fright, saying “God gave you this gift so you must use it often.If I have that gift then I would use it a lot too”. 9 years of singing there and I started hating it. Then she made it worse by making me join the choir there, and so I stayed for 4-5 years. Then I had enough. I told my mom I want to quit singing and then she got angry and start guilt tripping me. Then when I also want to quit choir, so many people in choir already quit so they said things like just keep staying there until the end and I have no choice but to not quit them. And now my mom wants me to learn piano for church. At this point instead of doing this for God, I’m used as some sort of tool for her.
@MysticalAveragePlayer ‘;’ also this,i tried. She would then say the typical “you’re talking back at me?!” And then we argue.But in the end she still not let me stop singing
Bruh you guys thought it was easy to refuse???She is strict.She never take no for an answer. No matter how many times I said no,she would just then register my name on the list and so i have no choice but to sing again.Once written on the list, cannot take back as they already prepare for it.They even prepared a song for me to sing already. What’s even worse is that the one who play piano for me?His mother would also pressure me to song some certain song saying “this is not hard. You can sing this” like bruh I can’t refute. She is nice,gave hospitality, but I don’t want to sing.I’ve told them both already and they still fucking pressure me
@Holy bi I know it were like 1 month ago, but if that is still happening, refuse man. Don't let others decide what you should do or be. If you dont want to keep singing, just quit. God won't be angry at you for it.
@you yeahhhh naw im not gonna click that
Tuff, may Allah make it easy. Perhaps, have a look at Islam
the sweat is sus
My cello teacher was very kind and sweet, and she motivated me a lot. My mother, on the other hand... she knew nothing about music, yet would yell at me for hours while I practiced. I love the cello, and I loved to play to get my emotions out, but my mother ruined any passion I had. I would be scared to practice, but I had to.
That’s sad. I know there are many toxic parents out there including mine. I hope you can find your joy again
"Where was the joy in the first place?" -someone who played violin for 4 years
İ can play with violin too!
Dude literally the thing that discouraged me about playing the violin was that the teachers wanted more and more from me and I just didn't want to do it anymore after 4 years, yet my parents made me do 2 more because it was a 6 year school and so I rarely play it now, it just sits there, waiting for a day off inspiration before it goes into the closet for another year
@Alea Rex I'm doing FL Studio ^^
I’m still forced to do violin and piano and it’s been 11 years now (I’m 15)
That's like most kid's relationship with homework and school. They always take the joy out of things.
This is literally me omg
If you are still into music, you can try other instruments and learn the music you like helped by internet. (For some instrument you don't even need to learn partitions at first)
I've been playing since I was 7 and managed to hold onto my love of the violin and music for over 20 years, but I hate performing with a dying passion
as a person who still plays violin after 20 years, this is still 100% accurate
I used to do instruments (more specifically the saxophone) my teacher in middle school would humiliate me for my mistakes and it would get me to the point of crying sometimes which made me hate band class and playing instruments altogether
Yes.... I still remember the time that my teacher didn't let me have a snack or break until i finish my training session which was 8 hrs a day and i just collapsed!!! Asian btw✋
I have been playing violin for 6 years now... my first teacher was so nice... my Hispanic mother would make me cry if I wasn't good enough tho... anyway I'm 13 now and actually kinda enjoy violin
As a Asian kid who was forced to do violin for 3 years and then piano for 6 years I can say this is accurate I do jiu jitsu and kick boxing now but my parents are extremely disappointed
Dw about them getting disappointed. If they are good parents. They care about you happiness
This is why I prefer to learn things on my own... I never tell my family what I am doing do to hearing many stories of this...
of every violinist Ive ever heard, almost all of them say they hate it and there's no joy in it anymore.
@Jacob Graemoor df?
Dedication is something else than fun, only wanting to be a professional in something shouldn't take happiness for granted. If you can't take it, you can't hold it. .. But I wonder if this is really that relatable.
As a former violinist I can confirm the joy just leaves you at some point
@DiamondSnake125 no that would be a pianist.