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'What sort of cunt watches the Rugby League World Cup?'
Busy Walkabout, Shepherds Bush, Last night.
cue silence on the train till Victoria.
there was just an uncomfortable silence as it dawned on everyone what had been said. More so because we both had separate groups of friends travelling down with us. Mine barely knew ht27 at the time.
"Have you ever arrested anyone for sitting on top of the sign and going WWEEEEUUUURRRRROOOOOOUUUUGGG!!?" - to a couple of cops, about the revolving Scotland Yard sign.
I bet if I can think of another more, 4/5 are likely to have been uttered in your presence.
Probably alot of things. I went to go and see my friend at work a few weeks back, he decided to announce his results from the STD clinic right in the middle of the top floor. The shop fell silent when he claimed 'I don't have AIDS, yes!'
at Reading 2004, about 4 angry people turned around looking menacing.
2004 was an particularly awful year
I've not been back since
2004 of course being the year of the famous incident of the people camped next to us who I helped put up their tents in the dark, then then stole loads of our stuff on Sunday night, including all our beer and using a fire in an oil drum bin began shooting our own beer at us, so I went mad and destroyed all their tents incident.
after 2004 I swore I would never go back. Then Rage swayed me. I still stayed at a Travelodge though. I would never camp at Reading again.
who tells a funny story - doing a show in Edinburgh he got the whole audience to shout, in some quasi African accent, "BABOON!" really loud. the next day he was walking along a very busy street and a guy ran up to him and shouted in his face "BABOOON!" and everyone around was totally stunned.
No, that sounds like something that plausibly could have happened at the Edinburgh fest. It's very acceptable to just shout shit at comedians in the street. Who knows when you'll next get the chance?
when drunk, i used to frequently walk down the street shouting "can we see the muff please?!", (like ali g used to do) to anyone that walked past.
I used to work with this girl called Charlie who always used to say stupid shit, but it was always quite funny.
There was one time when we were in the shop, it was pretty deserted and quite quiet. A customer who had been in about an hour before brought back an untouched Pecan cake she had bought for a friend who she didn’t realise was allergic to nuts.
Charlie’s (quite loud) response to the customer was “Oh my god. Is she dead?”
whilst on a crowded bus during rush hour.
A complete stranger told me to shut up.
Oh Paul... :D
Outside the queue for a GZA concert.