In The Mix with DJ Schrobi-Girl!
TOP 10 things you should not say to a DJ
(Intended only for humor & not to be taken seriously. Although, 90% of these are true.)
1. Play something good, something that we can dance to!
   The DJ has to play for more than one what you hate may be another person's favorite song and EVERYTHING played here can be danced to one way or another.
2. Would you play something with a beat?
   You're kidding, right? We know of NO songs played in a club that doesn't have some sort of beat.
3. I don't know who sings it and I don't know the name, but
    it goes like this......
   Please don't sing for the DJ. They have to put up with smoke filled rooms and dangerous decibel levels all night long...Do them a favor and don't give them a rendition of your favorite song.
4. Everybody wants to hear it!
   Oh, sure ... you asked everyone in the club and as their spokesperson, you're requesting the song.
5. Everybody will dance if you play it!
   The DJ won't. I guess that blows a hole in that theory.
6. I can get laid if you play it.
   Why settle for one night? Buy the CD and get laid for a whole month!
7. I want to hear it next!
   The ONLY people who can get away with that statement is the one who writes the DJ's paycheck.
8. What do you have?
   It's a lot easier for you to go have another drink and figure out what you want to hear than it is for the DJ to recite the name of every record in the DJ booth.
9. Hey Man! Nobody can dance to this!!
   It's NOT advisable to say this when the dance floor is packed (but some people do anyway)! However, even if there is only ONE person on the dance floor, it STILL contradicts the statement.
10. Play it soon, cause we're leaving!
   If your gonna leave after he/she plays it, why shouldn't he/she wait till the very last song so you stay all night!
The next time you request a song, stop and THINK before you speak. And above all....if the DJ has one hand on the mixer and one hand on the deck, and the headphones on....Don't bother him/her....HE'S/SHE'S MIXING!!
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