she had me on the first half not gonna lie. she straight vibin’

she had me on the first half not gonna lie. she straight vibin’

she had me on the first half not gonna lie. she straight vibin’ from MadeMeSmile

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It’s almost like she was signing thank you (ASL). Maybe she’s hard of hearing and likes the bass/beat. Nice outcome.

This is really wholesome but I don’t think if she wanted the music turned down that’d make her a Karen-

My neighbors play their music so load that the bass can be felt quite easily when I’m trying to sleep at night.

She definitely loves the way the bass reverberates bc shes hard of hearing, this is so wholesome. The guy was probably taken aback that someone wanted for him to play his music LOUDER for a change lol

Shes not drunk this video has been going around for a while. She signs “thank you”. This is just people actually just being people. The first time I saw it I saw it I thought “Here we go again” but its actually really wholesome and should inspire people to get to know one another.

You almost got to act like someone was doing you wrong; “you telling me how to play my music?” Sorry it didn’t work out for you! Better luck next time.

My hearing is… not great these days. I definitely gravitate towards songs with either heavy or unique bass. There are some songs I used to like that I rarely listen to because I’ve realized the bass is weak or uninteresting. I totally feel her

Notice when she says thank you she instinctively half signs it. This woman has shit goin on in the best way.

Videos like this and the reactions to them crack me up because its not all that uncommon for people in their 50s and 60s to be into rap because it was their favorite music when they were in they were teens and in their 20s.

Reminds me of this old lady, probably in her 70’s, who came in to eat at the restaurant I used to work at. She would bring her headphones and listen to music while she ate. One time when I passed by, she had her phone sitting on the table and it was unlocked. She was listening to Forgot About Dre by Dr. Dre and Eminem.

The sharp manner with which this guy responds to this lady at the start just reminds me of someone I used to work with who had PTSD. He was a veteran and of course we were grateful for his service. But man, every interaction with him was assumed to be a problem, that if I or another person spoke to him it was purely for a confrontation and if anybody talked about something benign, he’d see a negative in the situation from the outset. “Everyone’s got an angle”, was his comeback. Dude was just on edge all the time. You’d have to preface each conversation with an assurance that nothing was wrong. He never really sought help, didn’t listen to anybody who cared enough to see him improve and it was always a bit of an energy drain to be around him. He didn’t last long in his job either.

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