History Literature / DoAJazz

29th Jul '14 7:01:34 PM Angeldeb82
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Do A Jazz is a series of somewhat-comedic short stories centring around a grouop of childhood friends who now live and work around a coffee shop and/or jazz bar by the name of the Seduce Café (which everybody swears was named by somebody else, but which was really named by Michael and Louise). The majority of the plotlines centre around the resident Jazz Band Do A Jazz and how much they appear to hate each-other, and the general relationships of those that live and work in and around the Seduce Café.

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Do A Jazz is a series of somewhat-comedic short stories centring around a grouop of childhood friends who now live and work around a coffee shop and/or jazz bar by the name of the Seduce Café (which everybody swears was named by somebody else, but which was really named by Michael and Louise). The majority of the plotlines centre centers around the resident Jazz Band Do A Jazz and how much they appear to hate each-other, and the general relationships of those that live and work in and around the Seduce Café.



* BackhandedApology: Louise delivers a partcularly scathing one to Laine, to the extent that it makes him ''cry''.
--> "Well God you ridiculous idiot; I'm terribly sorry if stating EXACTLY WHAT IS TRUE causes you offense! Because I am completely correct, and I refuse to concede on ''this'' argument, because we've had it ''so many fucking times!''"

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* BackhandedApology: Louise delivers a partcularly particularly scathing one to Laine, to the extent that it makes him ''cry''.
--> "Well God "Well, God, you ridiculous idiot; I'm terribly sorry if stating EXACTLY WHAT IS TRUE causes you offense! Because I am completely correct, and I refuse to concede on ''this'' argument, because we've had it ''so many fucking times!''"



* RealWomenNeverWearDresses: Louise possesses "exactly one dress", which she has had since she was fifteen (she's now twenty, and justifies this with "I lost a lot of weight"), and which only gets worn when she plays. She is also wildly opposed to eye make-up.

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* RealWomenNeverWearDresses: RealWomenDontWearDresses: Louise possesses "exactly one dress", which she has had since she was fifteen (she's now twenty, and justifies this with "I lost a lot of weight"), and which only gets worn when she plays. She is also wildly opposed to eye make-up.
31st Aug '12 10:15:10 AM Mousy677
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* BackhandedApology: Louise delivers a partcularly scathing one to Laine, to the extent that it makes him ''cry''.
--> "Well God you ridiculous idiot; I'm terribly sorry if stating EXACTLY WHAT IS TRUE causes you offense! Because I am completely correct, and I refuse to concede on ''this'' argument, because we've had it ''so many fucking times!''"
31st Aug '12 10:05:39 AM Mousy677
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* CurseCutShort: Laine adores doing this to Louise.

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* CurseCutShort: Laine adores doing this to Louise.Louise.
* RealMenWearPink: Laine and James both wear eye make-up to perform.
* RealWomenNeverWearDresses: Louise possesses "exactly one dress", which she has had since she was fifteen (she's now twenty, and justifies this with "I lost a lot of weight"), and which only gets worn when she plays. She is also wildly opposed to eye make-up.
31st Aug '12 10:00:02 AM Mousy677
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* ActuallyIAmHim: How Laine and Louise met James for the first time. Having known him on the internet for a while but not actually knowing exactly what he looked like, they wer rather confused by exactly where he was, so asked the nearest person, who turned out to be him.
30th Aug '12 1:17:40 PM Mousy677
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* AltText: Laine's commentary on the short stories either James or Louise narrate. Due to his to-the-point nature, they tend to be heavily condensed versions of a few paragraphs' worth of PurpleProse, while both James and Louise are prone to.
**For example, after Louise has spent two paragraphs explaining how a saxophone works, he comments, "Alternatively, you need to blow between the reed and the mouthpiece or it hisses."
30th Aug '12 10:44:53 AM Mousy677
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Do A Jazz is a series of somewhat-comedic short stories centring around a grouop of childhood friends who now live and work around a coffee shop and/or jazz bar by the name of the Seduce Café (which everybody swears was named by somebody else, but which was really named by Michael and Louise). The majority of the plotlines centre around the resident Jazz Band Do A Jazz and how much they appear to hate each-other, and the general relationships of those that live and work in and around the Seduce Café.

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!!The tropes used are:
* CurseCutShort: Laine adores doing this to Louise.
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