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Most Surreal Experience You've Ever Had

It could be anything. Something that seemed simply impossible or completely unpredictable. Something that sounds like it came out of a sitcom or something so weird that you thought you were being pranked. Meeting a celebrity in a random place..you name it. I'm bored to shit at work so this is my way of entertaining myself.
1Gojira
L'Enfant Sauvage
2Converge
You Fail Me
3Oceana
Birth.Eater
4The Blood Brothers
Crimes
5Enslaved
Isa
6Morbid Angel
Kingdoms Disdained


I once got into a conversation with some dude in line at a grocery store because he was wearing some band apparel I recognized. I was just grabbing beer with a buddy and we were gonna kick it, but this dude invited us to this show he was apart of. Apparently it was Summer Slaughter the year Morbid Angel headlined and he was doing lights. Got to smoke with him before and after the show and got in for free. Learned a little bit about stage production that day. Lots of respect for those dudes. Maybe not a surreal story per se but it's the first one I could think of.
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