Drumming my fingers on the arm of the chair

I was sitting down on one of the chairs in my house. My hand was resting on the arm of the chair. I started to drum my fingers on the arm, thereby making a barely audible sound.

32 Responses to “Drumming my fingers on the arm of the chair”

  1. NIKKI UNDERWOOD says:

    I too find myself tapping away. Sometimes I get wild and tap my foot along with my finger.

  2. Re says:

    Nikki Underwood…

    …if you want to get really wild, continue tapping your foot with your finger, and slightly nod your head. Remain as subtle and discreet as possible.

  3. Luke says:

    I tap the hell out of my keyboard at work. Well, it’s almost more of a feirce strike than a tap. This is because I am a fast typer and I play the piano.

  4. Joel says:

    Easy Luke… You used a lot of adjectives. Adjectives are descriptive statements that can make things interesting. I feel your comment is inappropriate for this blog.

  5. joshwa i rox says:

    tappin is cool… i like drums… i like peanut butter

  6. Hyshi says:

    tap tap, tap tap tap, tap tap, tap tap tap, tap tap tap tap, tap tap

  7. my name isn't worthy enough for you Dave says:

    i wanted to be a hand model but i worked with wood as a lad and now my hands are rugged and not beutiful. I can never be what i wanted to be.

    the chair it wanted to be a drum set didnt it?
    yet again you have ansered the calls of those who need it most.

  8. Jon says:

    I often find that when I tap on something with my fingers, I tap first with my pinkie, then proceed with my ring finger, then the middle finger and finally my index finger…usually in rapid succession.

  9. DIINGOPINGOWINGO says:

    If u want to be, like, crazy wild, then nod your head, tap fingers, tap foot, and blink your eyes. The noise, I imagine, will be deafening.

  10. Blair says:

    me and my friend r good at makin beats when were just sitin around

  11. Pluralist says:

    Like The Master in Doctor Who.

  12. Yanmato says:

    I drummed my fingers once. But it was on a desk. I imagine theat drumming one’s fingers on a desk would be noticeably more audible than on the arm of a chair.

  13. jacqueline says:

    i strummed one string on my guitar for 45 minutes today.

  14. Steve says:

    I tapped the keys of my keyboard, thereby commenting on this blog.

  15. Adorability says:

    Awesome….. :O Can become a habit though. You lead a pretty cool life i must say :)

  16. Ally says:

    Tap Tap Clap, Tap Tap Clap, Hmm Hmmm Hm Hm Hmm Hmm Hm Hm………… :-) I like to hum along with it!

  17. NezumiNeko says:

    I prefer not to hum, music is just not dull enough.

  18. Roborobert6 says:

    i was drumming my fingers on my chair while i watched the ceiling

  19. ALivona says:

    The entry was posted on my 9th birthday, i am now 13. This post is rather out of date.

  20. Abigail Levingood says:

    Obviously you people have to much time on your hands to be reading (and following) this mans uninteresting life.

    I hope you all have one hell of a happy holidays :)

  21. Gerry says:

    Inspired by these comments, I was planning to drum my fingers according to Jon`s method (above). Unfortunately the phone rang before I could start and I had to abandon the entire project.

  22. JC says:

    tapping is fun

  23. blek says:

    ooh i like to tap too! but don look at the ceiling, i look my fingers

  24. no1uno says:

    My right hand does better tunes than the left hand.

  25. Steve says:

    I’ve seen many amazing things in my time, the fall of Communism in Europe, a blind man climbing Mount Everest, our first black president, and now this blog.

  26. Dan says:

    I have learned a new skill today.
    Thank you, O Great One.

  27. hi says:

    this is the awsomest blog evr serious

  28. babblefish says:

    could this be called drumming if it involved no drum. Unless the arm of the chair was the drum in which case is it the arm of a chair?

  29. May says:

    This is to much for me to digest..

  30. HI says:

    so intresting…..

  31. Stardust says:

    Please leave any band alone.

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