Lukáš Kmiť vs the cellphone

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Sometimes a sense of humor is really your best friend.happy1

Watch what Lukáš Kmiť does while “trying” to play the viola in an Orthodox Jewish synagogue in Presov Slovakia.

The dreaded “ringtone” interrupts him…………

Now that’s called throwin down like a gentleman.
Classy response if ya ask me….

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Next time someone’s mindlessly rude to ya….Try chillin out ……
Sure beats gettin all worked up eh?
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20 Responses to “Lukáš Kmiť vs the cellphone”

  1. Brooke says:

    That’s pretty cool!

  2. Debbie says:

    It happens occasionally Angel, but life is too short. Can’t dwell on those things.

  3. Carol-Christian Soldier says:

    Lucas Kmit-excellent as an artist and with a grand sense of humor-
    Will remember this the next time I get an ‘angst’ on toward someone..
    Carol-CS

  4. amanofwonder says:

    I’ve heard it said art imitates life.

    Now I have heard it.

  5. bob says:

    Thanks for exposing me to a good artist. I will look for some of his music.

    OTH, I was guilty a few months ago at an uncle’s funeral for letting my cell phone ring during the memorial service. Later, when I was being castigated for being so insensitive, I told my tormentors that the call was Uncle Bill calling in to say he would be a little late for his own funeral. My aunt was the only one to get the joke. You see, Uncle Bill was never on time to anything in his life.

  6. Katie says:

    You gain more flies with honey than vinegar.

    It is nice to see a professional musician with a wicked sense of humor.

  7. Z says:

    imagine not turning your cell phone off in a concert? ;-)
    This guy was fabulous, what a sense of humor….and, truly, what an excellent viola player!

  8. Leticia says:

    That was pretty great! And I am sure that person will learn to put their phone on vibrate the next time, lol!

  9. Incognito says:

    love it.. have to admit, I haven’t dealt with it as charmingly as he did. Not a fun thing to have to deal with when you are in the middle of a poignant, gut wrenching scene in a play and the cell goes off.

  10. Incognito says:

    @leticia and no they don’t remember. Theatres here always make an announcement before the show about cells and candy wrappers, and it makes no difference.

  11. woodsterman says:

    Class act!

  12. Meyer says:

    Cool fellow! Great post. Thanks!

  13. Bunkerville says:

    Patience comes hard these days, friends. A good reminder.

  14. OMMAG says:

    Priorities ! Can’t forget that we need to appreciate what we have … count your blessings and keep you dreams.

    That way …. when it’s time to kick ass you will be fresh and focussed….. ;-p

  15. Jenny the Pirate says:

    STUNNING!!! My mouth dropped open and stayed that way. WHAT A CLASS ACT!!!! Thanks for sharing that, Angel. You made my day.

  16. Joe says:

    What a GREAT response!

  17. Teresa says:

    That was beautiful music. He is most certainly a classy guy.

  18. Bunni says:

    That was a great video and response to rudeness.

    I’ve found when people are blatantly rude to me (which considering where I’ve been stuck lately is EVERY DAY). I just smile and give them a witty retort that is very nice and kind, and they don’t know what hit them. The are shown up for the rude, tasteless gutter trash that they are, and they don’t even know it! ha, what fun.

    Enjoy your weekend, Angel.

  19. Matt says:

    I saw that on TV the other day. It was a humorous way to deal with a situation.

  20. MK says:

    Brilliant. Thanks Angel.