The DJ booth at a club is like the kitchen at a house party…
everyone always seems to end up there.
Submitted by Disco Gnomes
Sadly, pre-recorded mixes do happen at some of the big music events.
Lookin at you, Guetta.
(Source: Tha Kernal Flavor O’Danger)
Thankfully, the Management was only referring to drinking wine.
(Source: DJ StartingFromScratch)
Found on a DJ booth in Germany
TRANSLATION: “TODAY NO REQUESTS, JUST BLOWJOBS!”
I hope they meant “receiving”… ;)
Submitted by cizko
How To Book a DJ.
Submitted by Flip the Skript
“How bout a DAS RACIST track?”
Submitted by the fuzzy jerks
That number can never be too high. #PlayMeNever
From a DJ booth in Amherst, MA
Submitted by DK
However, they will probably accept BJ’s in both.
From Melbas Nightclub in Ireland
Submitted by DjNr8
This should be standard on every DJ booth too.
“This girl came up to me and harassed me 3 times while I was playing. She was upset that I wasn’t paying enough attention to her and her friend dancing on stage. Rubbing herself on me and yelling in my ear. The first time I was very polite. The second time I was firm and told her I’d be rude if there was a 3rd time. What you see in this video is the 3rd time and final time. I was in the tail-end of a layered 3 minute mix with both volumes at 10 and she came over, pulled on my headphone cord while yelling at me.”
Video submitted by and featuring Robb G at Make It Funky
Wait— is it “fuck you better” or “fuck u betta”? That could mean the difference between a song request and, depending on the author, a very welcome statement.
Submitted by Jesse Hutton
This is how you request a song, people.
This one was to “PLAY MORE OUTKAST”.
So the DJ did. Probably immediately.
Submitted by The Boom Bap