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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 2:09 am



We have an exercise in AIP called Flamydia :D

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Smoothie: The Hook With Sugar - Crossmen '91 cadence.
Biscuit Lipz: Surf '94 cadence.
Little Surfer Girl: Surf '94 exercise.
Chain Your Women: '94 UofD exercise.
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Sat Aug 15, 2009 7:53 pm



Sh*t Sandwhich
Crotch Rot
Afrika!


Those are the only ones that have funny names that we use.


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I played in a bass ensemble last year called B.F.B....Any guesses what it stood for?
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characterzer0 wrote:I played in a bass ensemble last year called B.F.B....Any guesses what it stood for?

Black Fuzzy Bunny?
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Re: Funny exercise names

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Lol close....Big *beep*ing Balls
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 6:04 pm



C*ck Cake was the name of our cadence, because the drumline made a phallic cake for the band to eat.
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 6:30 pm



Our triplet roll exercise in high school was nicknamed Turd Ferguson.


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Re: Funny exercise names

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One of our exercises was named Denny's Combo (as in Denny's the restaurant). Also, another one of ours was named Chuck E. Cheese.


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Re: Funny exercise names

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We have 2 cadences at our school with perverted/ funny names.
1. C&B (stands for Cock and Balls)
2. DAT (shortened from dat *beep*!)

I'm making exercises for this upcoming marching season, one is named Shuffle beat/Squid-a-diddle.
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thaiguy20fromla wrote:
snare2011 wrote:we had 867-5309, it was like eights only in different time signatures. eight, then six, and so on.


i've got that number on my wall.... o.O


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Re: Funny exercise names

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where the dog at doggy.


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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 9:11 pm



at my school there's a joke about an exercise called sexy grandma but it isn't actually something we play, every now and then someone goes "you guys should play sexy grandma next" then everyone has a laugh and we move on
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One of our songs is called "I Love Bo*bs" or ILB for when the directors are around.


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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 10:37 pm



Your Mother

Was a cadence and he would yell out, "Do Your Mother!" haha....
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Posted: Sat Feb 06, 2010 11:15 pm



we have a cadence called touch my pee pee and when some one "drops" there 3's we call them prince charlies or w.e. i also wrote a triple diddle exercise called flying walrus and i'm writing a flam exercise called A.A (analy alive)
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:47 pm



Countdown - a really hard to explain eighth exercise
Five Member Flamily - A really big "add a flam" based flam exercise.
Double Bubble - Double Beat exercise
Para-dise - Paradiddle Exercise
Banana Split - Bass exercise
Dynamic Duo - Dynamic Exercise
Chops - On-Field warm-up
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:46 am



I think our drumline has some pretty weird cadence names.

Dick Cheney
Rutabaga
ro-sham-bo
Pacific
Booty (also known as chocolate puddin' dance)
Kansas
Cowbell with no cowbell cowbell
Sloth-bear-cat
Mortal Combat
How is Babby Formed or Babby for short

We also occasionally play Buco Rules.
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:59 am



Boobless/Bubbles-Triplet swing exercise
Bob the Builder-Double Beat exercise
Gateway Indoor
'12 rack
'13 synth

Music City Drum Corps
'12 synth
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 12:04 pm



Legatos -> Legos -> Building Blocks (8's)
Accent Phat (A&T)
Beatage of the Doubles (Double Beat)
Racoons for Christmas (Double Beat/tap drags)
I Can't Believe It's Not Triplets! (16th note rolls)
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:35 pm



Spooge
c-men
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:56 pm



I wrote a couple exercises for the line I taught last summer/fall.
Rushing Every Beat Eventually Causes Clogged Arteries (R.E.B.E.C.C.A.) --- The legatos exercise

Hmmm, angry sounds?? (H.A.S.)---The tap/accent exercise.....

Attack? (A.)--- A timing exercise

Turn Ur Metronome On Ryan (T.U.M.O.R.)--- Double beat/16th note rolls exercise
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dcbd wrote:I wrote a couple exercises for the line I taught last summer/fall.
Rushing Every Beat Eventually Causes Clogged Arteries (R.E.B.E.C.C.A.) --- The legatos exercise

Hmmm, angry sounds?? (H.A.S.)---The tap/accent exercise.....

Attack? (A.)--- A timing exercise

Turn Ur Metronome On Ryan (T.U.M.O.R.)--- Double beat/16th note rolls exercise

Those are hilarious
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Re: Funny exercise names

Posted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 7:34 pm



Paradiddly Paradise-Paradiddle Excercise
P-Diddy-Paradiddlediddle Excercise
HugaaBurs-Edited version of the original HugaaDugaaBurrs
Girl. Drummer. Snare/Tenor
Destrehan High School Tenor 2010.


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Re: Funny exercise names

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Flammin5s wrote:
dcbd wrote:I wrote a couple exercises for the line I taught last summer/fall.
Rushing Every Beat Eventually Causes Clogged Arteries (R.E.B.E.C.C.A.) --- The legatos exercise

Hmmm, angry sounds?? (H.A.S.)---The tap/accent exercise.....

Attack? (A.)--- A timing exercise

Turn Ur Metronome On Ryan (T.U.M.O.R.)--- Double beat/16th note rolls exercise

Those are hilarious

I wish the kids saw the humor in it, they were too inexperience to get any humor out of it at all I think.

***** I got the idea from another exercise I played at indoor a few years ago....it stood for something inappropriate though.
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