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if you have ever met anyone famous at all that is.....mine was probably ann widecombe.
when i worked at woolworths.
at the windmill a few weeks ago. YEAHHHhhhh1!!11
In KOKO. Off his tits.
My mate got his phone number and invited him to his house party.
I didn't come.
also met David Gest in KOKO. gave him a 'sarcastic' high five.
i was too scared to touch him though. or to even look at him really.
He of The Game fame? Im currently reading his Motley Crue biography.
He was a very, very creepy man.
except, it was only in a dream.
at Eugene Kelly's house last night. Is he still famous? Lovely, lovely man regardless.
At Debenhams in Sheffield the other day. He was with his wife and child and was complaining about the price of a Johan Rocha t-shirt (30 quid) - It was pretty good as far as famous encounters go
another neighbours encounter!
I was a bit nervous, I was going to ask him about Dione but that'd just be putting my foot in it
to do this then.
and he was a complete arse!
that irks me.
from two gallants in galway ,drummer didnt show up so he played a set on his own got a few beers into me and i got to talk to him for a good while afterwards he showed me through his briefcase and pedals and stuff talked bout skip james. met john renborn more recently but didnt really talk to him
count as famous?
not technically a meeting as such, but we were hungover to fuck in a cafe in leicester and Tom thingy from kasabian strolled past and laughed at us cos we were in the window seats trying to hide behind massive cups of tea.
hopefully he's forgotten the time i accidently called him a wanker in the street, and when he tried to chat me up whilst i sold him some wine in oddbins.
I was too scared to talk to him for fear that he would put me down so stingingly that they would be forever laughing about it in the Groucho club.
i can't see anyone i could imagine parsephone looking like :(
Tilly and the Wall was all sat infront of me on my plane from chicago, they all seemed quite nice, but they was complaining about silly things, i cant remember what they said now, but i remember it was silly.
saw ricky gervais in oxford street.
That was pretty cool. He then enquired on his last book order, which happened to be about the guy who replaced in in the Clash. Clearly the guy is a glutton for punishment.
Apparently Brett Anderson was in the shop yesterday too, on my day off. Bugger. I would have attempted to use as many Suede Bingo words in conversation as possible ("nuclear", "concrete", "street" etc.).
Note to self: be more grumpy and assuming.
I high-fived him.
It was amazing.
It was a bit of a weedy high-five though to be honest. Still, amazing.
in Camden recently.
I didn't get a chance to high five him.
As he was walking very fast. But consequently got a strong whiff of his odor as he went by.
in The Three Wishes in North Harrow last christmas having a drink with him.
I ignored him.
but i'd love to meet howard moon. ah dear, oh my!! please, someone, hook me up!!!
at the Scala in the urinals. I said "Hey!" in a loud and enthusiastic voice. He smiled nervously, cock in hand.
pretty much the only famous person i've met and spoken to for more than a second. Chatted with him for about an hour after dancing on stage with him at manchester apollo \o/
or is Kev Kharas more famous now?
He wasn't very pleasant
Although he's not quite as famous as he once nearly was.
this guy last night.
Really not that famous at all, but we thought he was in Saxondale.
at my great aunties exhibition. he ws shorter than i expected. he was nice to me though my auntie was dragging him around like a dog, wanting people to talk to him. he looked knackered