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Tierney Tough (The Pauses)

SPB: Where did you learn to drive? And what kind of car was it? 

Tough: My dad taught me how to drive in empty parking lots in some sort of dad-like truck, probably like everyone else's parents did with them. He also showed me how to drive and park with a trailer, which I can confidently say, is one of my greatest skills in life. It's especially fun for me when random men on tour are shocked that I can do that, which happens more often than not. 


Words by Aaron H on Oct. 1, 2019, 9:08 p.m.

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