a swift lemonade next time I'm at a gig.
"As I made my way to the back where there is a set of tables and chairs raised up, I noticed there were two support bands on and after checking the time on my phone realised that I had not missed anything."
presumably so he can write the review a second time?
It's one (or both?) of the singers, doing his thing, looking foul. Had a search and couldn't find it.
is to review everything from the perspective of some sort of inept comedy character.
What a gig they always deliver!!!
There was that uncomfortable silence in our vicinity for a split second until I told the said big lad that I loved him too, and everybody was happy and laughing and I was on my way again.
I like this review i have to say, gives you a good feel for the vibe of the gig.
I thought deeply for a few seconds as I gathered myself and, with a wink at the first guard and a nod to the second, I raised my lens up in front of me and shouted in proper Rambo style, "Cover me boys, I'm going in!"
getting better the more i read....
The path I had used not twenty minutes ago was now like a forest of heaving funsters
is my new favourite genre.
It is quite sweet in a slightly nerdy, naive way
That I've ever seen use the word 'revellers'
It has been a long time since I had the pleasure of reading material of this quality on here. It was a fairly mundane day in the staff room until one of my younger colleagues sent me the url. The Twang have long been one of my favourites and it is good to see a young man out there enjoying himself. Good on you lad, go get them!
WTF? How can someone playing the drums energetically resemble a squirrel in pursuit of a peanut?
Proper writer, proper words.
I've seen The Guardian use it multiple times. Plus the BBC News site. I think it's the law for journalists to have to use it.
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