good grief. it's from The Fairly Odd Parents.

Every instrument section in band has their own personality, amirite?

In my band, it's more like this:
Flutes - huge gossips.
Clarinets - smart, and good musicians.
Saxophones - quiet, but really weird.
French Horn - the biggest b**** you'd ever meet, and horrible at music too.
Trumpets - think they're the best (they're not), and really obnoxious.
Low Brass - inappropriate.
Percussion - stupid.

There's really no reason why people who play musical instruments should be called names and made fun of. I mean, at least they have a talent, amirite?
@Nacklefoodle COME ON! I specifically targeted the one sentence in your post that's not technically true, this is like correcting...

The brick wall analogy here goes both ways. I have asked you questions and you have barely and indirectly answered them. Thanks. My questions are not completely irrelevant to the point that you're trying to make, because if you truly enjoyed making music, you'd consider it a talent too.

Not trying to be arrogant here, but I am considered a talented musician by my teachers and directors. And I really enjoy playing and listening to music, so I believe being able to play a musical instrument a talent. And I don't mean just sitting down at a piano and smashing your face against the keys. I mean, reading music, and playing it well. If I was good at something else, like a sport, I would consider being able to play that sport a talent. It's just what you believe in.

And you didn't just target one sentence in my post. In comment 1360789, you blatantly stated that my post was wrong. Again, this site is about opinions, and according to the votes on this post, many others have this opinion too.

There's really no reason why people who play musical instruments should be called names and made fun of. I mean, at least they have a talent, amirite?
Half of all mascots are either a form of big cat, a bird of prey, or a historical type of warrior or fighter, amirite?
There's really no reason why people who play musical instruments should be called names and made fun of. I mean, at least they have a talent, amirite?
@Nacklefoodle Hey OP, http://new.amirite.net/621880 So your post is wrong. Not every person who plays an instrument has a talent...

I have a few questions for you.
1. What do you consider as a talent?
2. Do you even play a musical instrument?
2a. If so, what do you play and how long have you played it?
Also, the last time that I looked at the homepage, it said that amirite is a website for OPINIONS only. If it's my opinion, then it's right to me.

Every instrument section in band has their own personality, amirite?
@fifthfogel I'm just gonna take a wild guess and say you play the clarinet

Hehehe, I do. But it's true. Last year, 3 out of 6 of our section made it to All-State Band. None of the other, much larger, sections even made it to auditions.

Your left index finger has just turned into a gun and fired a bullet, you are very unhappy where you shot it, amirite?

I shot my High-C box. Darn you!

Half of all mascots are either a form of big cat, a bird of prey, or a historical type of warrior or fighter, amirite?

My elementary school was the Cavaliers, middle school was the Rebels, and my high school is the Confederates. I guess we're still stick in the civil war era. . .

There's really no reason why people who play musical instruments should be called names and made fun of. I mean, at least they have a talent, amirite?
@Nacklefoodle That's not talent which makes people persistent on a hobby.

It could be. If I'm good at something, I'm gonna stick with it.

There's really no reason why people who play musical instruments should be called names and made fun of. I mean, at least they have a talent, amirite?
@Nacklefoodle But one cannot have opinions on the definition of a word! That is all I'm saying! Okay, listen, I play the piano...

Okay, well it's too late now. Thanks for making me have to defend my own opinions.

And maybe you do have to possess even a small amount natural talent to even pick up an instrument and play it. I know some people who have tried to play various instruments, but have failed or given up. Maybe, you have that small amount of natural talent, which makes you want to pick up the instrument and play it, and then you develop that talent into a skill, but at the same time, a bigger amount of talent. How would we know that not all musicians were born with natural talent? Have you conducted a medical trial on natural talent? Probably not, and neither have I, so we don't know.