Ollide was an enthusiastic headbanger who loved nothing more than getting lost in the music at festivals. However, he had a concern – his neck muscles might not be able to keep up with all the headbanging he planned on doing during the festival. So, he came up with a plan to strengthen his neck muscles: headbanging underwater.
He thought the resistance of the water would help him get stronger. But as he started headbanging underwater, a rock out of nowhere hit him on the back of his head, causing a huge splash. The other concertgoers saw the commotion and cheered, not realizing what had happened.
When the tide went out, Ollide was found sitting on top of a fish, with the stone from the beach planted in his neck. Everyone was saddened by the loss of Ollide, and the concert was put on hold.
However, something unexpected happened. Someone in the crowd started headbanging, followed by another, and another. Soon, the entire beach was filled with headbangers. It was as if Ollide’s message was clear – do not stop headbanging until the concert was over.
Ollide’s tragic death may have been a shock to everyone, but his legacy lived on in the form of the headbanging festival. The festival-goers continued to headbang, honoring Ollide’s memory and the passion he had for the music. His message to keep headbanging until the concert was over had been heard loud and clear, and the festival became a celebration of his life and love for music.
Ollide’s story reminds us that passion and enthusiasm can have a lasting impact on the world. Even though he may be gone, his spirit lives on through the festival that he loved so much. And his message to never give up on what you love is a lesson that we can all carry with us, in music and in life.