When I was a kid, my father had these booty band t-shirts.
He always wore them with a pair of jeans on, just to show me what he could do with them.
The first time I saw them, I was in high school, and my dad wore them all the time.
When I finally graduated, I bought a pair.
I’ve always loved booty music, and I’m not ashamed to admit that my dad was one of the first to embrace the band as an art form.
I also love the fact that I never knew what a band was, and never knew that the band was the main source of my identity.
I remember that my first band was a really punk rock-oriented band.
We played shows in the parking lot of my parents house, but we didn’t really go to school.
I think my father was probably the first person to show my interest in punk music, because he knew the scene.
That’s why I started my own band, with the help of my mom.
I still remember the first show we played.
We were like five kids and our band was like five years old.
I’d never seen a band play before, and we all got up and started playing.
My parents saw my band, and they started crying, because they thought I was the only one crying.
I was crying because I had to explain that I was an independent artist, and it wasn’t my fault that my parents thought that.
I’m also very proud of that first band.
My band’s name is Booty, because I was really scared when I first heard the name.
I don’t know what it means, but I thought it was the most disgusting word ever.
My friends started calling me Booty.
But now I understand what it’s about, and its so cool that I have a name.
My mom still calls me Fatty, because it’s the way I dress.
She also likes my band name, because she thinks it makes me sound like a bad ass.
The name has stuck.
I love the way that people respond to it.
I just want people to know that I’m happy that they think I am a badass.
If people like it, I’m cool with it.
If they don’t, I guess I’ll just let them call me Fat Bob, and call them “funk.”
No need to make a name for yourself.
I hope you’ll join me on my journey to becoming a badass.
Thanks for reading!