Dating a rockstar
The Sportsplex near us was perfect for us because we could just wear our own shoes and they had an auto belay.If you live in an area with some real rocks – go for the real thing!If our bold, uncensored reporting on women’s issues is important to you, please consider making a donation of , , , or whatever you can afford, to protect and sustain After we were full on yummy food and great root beer 🙂 we headed out to do some Rock Climbing!
We enjoy rock climbing, but definitely aren’t professionals or have all the gear.
they're not nearly as cool as people think they are. It's a common misconception that if a band is popular, they make a lot of money. Bands can be well-known, perform in huge venues, and have played sets on favorite late-night television shows and members will still a.) not have health insurance and b.) wonder how they'll pay rent. But when your significant other takes off on tour, you not only abstain from real sex for however long they're gone (3 weeks or 3 months?! Chances are, they're calling you from a hotel or venue lobby or bathroom, after load-out, before an after-party/long drive in the van/another concert, with only minutes to spare, maybe over a 12-hour time difference. And sometimes, when you miss them so much you can hardly find your breath, you'll wait 4–24 hours after their show for the clearest You Tube video just to see what they wore that day. And they--just as regular 'ole joes--are everything you ever wanted.
Unless they're collecting royalties from their former days with Aerosmith, you're probably somewhat worried about your future together. At least when you're single you have the option to prowl out and potentially lure a willing 24-year old sex kitten into bed with you. You keep a close watch on the band's Twitter feed and scour Google for any photos or write-ups you may have overlooked. Most likely, they spent the first nine hours of the day in a van, then that van broke down, then they had to hitch a ride (with their gear) to make their show on time. But if you're in a happy relationship with one, that's not the reason you love them anyway.
) but you also just really miss your favorite person. They're also always exhausted on tour, so there's not a whole lot of quality conversation happening. Though I admit, a secure place in the VIP section is a nice perk.
If you want to feel included in the details of their day while they're on tour, you have to up the ante on your social media activity (or stalker skills, you choose). When they're on tour, they're not doing all the crazy shenanigans you think they are (well, not all the time). So, in fact, actually dating a rock star isn't everything you always thought it would be.