Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby K » 30 Nov 2008, 17:52

What fun! Great to meet everyone again, and to meet some new people too!
I'm still not sure if I'm working class or not...?

Shame Django had to turn up...oops, I mean shame Django had to leave early.

Actually, it is a shame that Django had to leave me with that piano jazz CD.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 30 Nov 2008, 20:11

That was the first time in a long, long time I have been quite so - shall we say - tired and emotional. I wanted to blame Jumper K for filling me full of amaretto - about a litre of it - but I daresay the fault chiefly lay with the Becks dark lager, white wine, vodka and champagne that followed and preceeded it.

Needless to say, a really enjoyable night - great to meet Sean and Sarah and catch up with old BCB pals too - I can only apologise for my descent into sleep, which I think began in the pub - if I fell asleep while you were telling me something deeply poignant, I am truly sorry.

I wanted Jane to stay and be my mum today :( But she took her magnificent cleavage and her husband home after he had done some DIY I had been neglecting for months, with the Coo in tow - he sleeps with his hair in a shaped bit of plastic you know, to keep it looking like that.
You come at the Queen, you best not miss.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 30 Nov 2008, 20:21

And I've just realised after all this time that Nancy is my avatar :lol:
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby yomptepi » 30 Nov 2008, 20:29

Just as I suspected.

The prof is beginning to show his true form...

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You don't like me...do you?

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Heilan Coo » 30 Nov 2008, 21:05

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 30 Nov 2008, 21:09

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You come at the Queen, you best not miss.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby La Denim » 30 Nov 2008, 21:11

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Aw that's the sweetest photo!

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Heilan Coo » 30 Nov 2008, 21:13

And last but not least :

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I'd like to draw your attention to the gentleman on the left. This was the bloke in question from Jane's earlier post who, gallantly and unselfishly, gave up his seat on the pre-vomit-comet train to a roaringly drunk Anna. Take a good look at his face. He's likely to have spent Saturday night alone in his livingroom, illuminated by a sole lamp, clutching a near-empty bottle of whisky, sobbing his heart out over the downfall of modern society, where a man is not even safe to catch a train without getting a mouthful from, of all people, a fine upstanding member of the community. Right now, he's either sitting in his armchair, plotting a catastrophic and unholy revenge attack on First Transpennine or has simply decided that this was the final straw, drunk himself to death and is currently sprawled out on the floor, being eaten by his dogs.

Thank fuck he didn't try to get her gloves out of her handbag.
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savoirfaire wrote:They are extremely cuddly, to the point where I think I was literally molested by a few of them. I completely understand how the farmer-goat relationships must happen.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby La Denim » 30 Nov 2008, 21:21

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby The Prof » 30 Nov 2008, 21:30

Be funny if it turned out to be Spenny after all.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 30 Nov 2008, 21:54

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Whaassss my name Jane?
Dunno, love -I'll google it.

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The diners partake of breakfast at chez min

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I like a nice pink tool, Dave pontificated
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Butch Manly » 30 Nov 2008, 21:59

I never thought the day would come when my hair was longer than Martin's. :?
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby sensi » 30 Nov 2008, 22:51

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Dave and Buffy have a chat

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Corporate whore » 30 Nov 2008, 23:15

Cobalt Stargazer wrote:I never thought the day would come when my hair was longer than Martin's. :?


I had to do some hard core whoring last Wednesday.
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby yomptepi » 30 Nov 2008, 23:18

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So many cameras, so few photo oportunities...
You don't like me...do you?

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Heilan Coo » 01 Dec 2008, 00:10

Well, that was an experience. :lol:

Had a great couple of days - was really good to see everyone again (how long was it, Django? Two weeks?? I missed you, man. :cry:) and to meet Snowdog, who I may let off the hook over his owed sandwich for being a really nice bloke, and the Denims, who were both lovely and great company - hopefully they'll be able to make any future Leeds jolly. Was good to meet Kalowski, even though I only got the opportunity to talk to him very briefly, something which I aim to put right next time.

And of course, it was a pleasure to meet Ms Minx at long last, who will forever be Hurricane Anna to me. :D
savoirfaire wrote:They are extremely cuddly, to the point where I think I was literally molested by a few of them. I completely understand how the farmer-goat relationships must happen.

K

Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby K » 01 Dec 2008, 06:32

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Electro-boogie!

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby brotherlouie » 01 Dec 2008, 10:19

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Django says: I am THIS much of a cock!

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Bungo the Mungo » 01 Dec 2008, 11:40

Django! where d'y'get your coat?

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Django » 01 Dec 2008, 12:00

Sir John Coan wrote:Django! where d'y'get your coat?


A charity shop in Widnes. True story. (Will Oldham badge: model's own)

Nice to see everyone, but let's be honest, it's not a Jolly without Brotherlouie, is it? It's somehow lacking without that babbling font of shit. Don't stay away too long, big guy.

Sorry I arrived so late/left so early. Blame jet-lag. Let's have another soon.
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