You might be a harp addict if…

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  • Participant
    andy-b on #110893

    I thought it might be fun to start a thread along the lines of the “You might be a redneck if…” jokes, but pertaining to the harp.

    Member
    kay-lister on #110894

    You’ve got your arms around your harp at 3:00 in the AM instead of your husband.

    Member
    steven-todd-miller on #110895

    You might be a harp addict if you ask the kids to skip a day at Disney World to visit the International Harp Museum.

    Member
    kay-lister on #110896

    Steven, WHERE IS IT?!

    Kay

    Member
    steven-todd-miller on #110897

    International Harp Museum http://www.internationalharpmuseum.org/

    (I never got there… Mickey won out.)

    Participant
    Allison Stewart on #110898

    I’m supposed

    Participant
    Fairy Reel on #110899

    …you alone can hear the harp in the strangest parts of a movie soundtrack. (I swear I heard a glissando in “Dancing With Wolves”, and there is definitely a harp in “What About Bob?”)

    …you have a dream to get this great little lap harp and travel the country with it, playing beautiful songs in the Virginia mountains, etc.

    I am so now going to the International Harp Museum when the fam hits Orlando in December! Thank you!!

    Participant
    unknown-user on #110900

    You might be a harp addict if….

    You finally have the opportunity to purchase the sportscar, but you opt for the minivan because your harp won’t fit in the front seat.

    Participant
    kathy-chanik on #110901

    You might be a harp addict if:

    Member
    jennifer-buehler on #110902

    …you skip Mother’s Day to play harp at a Renaissance Festival.

    Participant
    Briggsie B. Peawiggle on #110903

    You have a secret envelope where you stick every spare dollar towards your next harp.

    Your dog has a “harp beddie” near your harp where he curls up every time you practice and knows what the sound of pedals going into flat position sounds like.

    Your livingroom has become a “music room” because there is no room for a tv, couch or coffee table in there.

    Briggsie

    Participant
    unknown-user on #110904

    You walk around town and hear people say–“Look! it’s the harp lady!”

    Even though you’re single and childless you seriously consider buying a minivan. Your friends think it’s hysterically funny that your first requirement for a new car, over gas economy, looks, and safety, is “Does it fit my harp/s?”

    Participant
    Fairy Reel on #110905

    …You’re going to be the only student in history who is crossing her fingers for her own minivan on graduation day….

    and:

    …you’ve figured out you’re “little” brother is the same height as your harp, and you use him as a human measuring tape when buying car/house (got to check those doorways!), etc.

    Participant
    katerina on #110906

    …when you find yourself

    Member
    katie-lynch-koglin on #110907

    . . . your livingroom and office are both music rooms, and guests have to sleep in the “harp room” since you have no guest rooms.
    . . . your house is under construction and it all revolves around the harp:

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