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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old Apr 14th, 2003, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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Players as musical instruments

Serena I'd definitely say is a trumpet.

Martina Hingis was a fiddle. Violins don't smirk.

Lindsay I'd say was an electric bass. Big deep noptes that cut through everything.

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Kim, a sliiiiiiiiide trombone?

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ummm... whatever you say.
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post #5 of 16 (permalink) Old Apr 15th, 2003, 12:33 AM
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This is the best thread you've posted by far. LOL!

I think Venus is a piano
Meghann and Daniela are flutes
Kim can be a cello
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Monica is a didgeridoo. Cause when most people play it, all you hear is grunts.

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nice one, Jelena Dokic is a triangle
one tune, thats it
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Monica is a didgeridoo. Cause when most people play it, all you hear is grunts.




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Amlie is a rich symphony orchestra.

Serena is a saxophone.

Monica is the trombone.

Kim is the drum set, doesn't miss a beat.

Justine is the French horn.

Jennifer is the tuba.

Lindsay, she's a bass clarinet.

Natasha Zvereva is an acoustic guitar.

Stef is an electric guitar.

And I agree, Venus is the piano.
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nice one, Jelena Dokic is a triangle
one tune, thats it
ohhhh .... that is harsh, but clever
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Interesting topic!! You mean instruments in terms of their playing style and personality, or in terms of their physical appearance? =)

Dani - piano b/c multi-faceted, can be solo (singles) or not (doubles), complex (10 notes making beautiful music, or as is the case lately, tons of dissonance)

Kim - sax b/c smooth yet stylishly bright

Jelena - haha about the triangle, mmcdonald!

Serena - tuba. booming and blunt, thick and curvy.

JenCap - bagpipe, a whole bunch of expletive-worthy noise, whining and contradictions. (sorry, no offense to the scots.)

Anna K - a reedless clarinet, looks like an instrument but doesn't make a peep
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JELENA DOKIC - THE ORCHESTRA
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Monica is the trombone.
A rusty trumbone: Should be put out to rest except it keeps wanting to come back and blow its horn, but isn't making as great a sound as it used to ..... Id send it to the Musical retirment room.
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JELENA DOKIC - THE ORCHESTRA
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(i miss Jelena the good tennis player. now she just sucks. what's wrong with her?)

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A rusty trumbone: Should be put out to rest except it keeps wanting to come back and blow its horn, but isn't making as great a sound as it used to ..... Id send it to the Musical retirment room.
H707, A lot of us music lovers are still enchanted with the tunes Monica can play at times. As far as I'm concerned, she can stay out there till the whole instrument rusts away, as long as she is enjoying herself. When Monica does retire, the whole band will miss her unique contributions.
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