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Discussion in 'TM Lounge' started by Bflatman, Sep 10, 2017.
Bananas are good for quick energy that lasts. About the time the sugar wears off the carbs kick in.
The awful-clyde will give you problems because of all the holes. Dry goods only, of the larger sort. (No lentils, etc.) I think it could do numerous ears of corn fine, though.
You can always find pizza in the leadpipes of some people's horns.
Small little bags of peanuts and/or peanut M&Ms!!
What snack to put in a trumpet? "Bugles" of course.
I thought this thread may be food for thought, or at least trigger my taste for Lobster Thermidor & Veuve Clicquot, but alas I feel a visit to the loo is more in order.
You people don't seem to realize this is why the old "raincatcher" marching basses were designed that way. Forget all that nonsense about firing the sound behind them so that the soldiers could hear. Musicians were notoriously underpaid in the 19th century, so much that they couldn't even afford lunch. So the raincatchers were employed in the hope that appreciate spectators would toss in some comestibles.
George the bourbon fits but you have to take it out of the bottle.I really like the triple case lunch box design with the ingenuity of solo cup liners.Hey we play for pay anyway we can get it.
I'm pretty sure a burrito would fit well into most bells. If it's a piccolo trumpet you could use one of those tiny little McDonald's breakfast burritos.