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hello if you are one of them.
did i meet you?
im from london and i think im quite nice, if it counts.
we had an entertaining discussion about getting Mudvayne to play ATP vs the fans
you seemed to think i was joking...have a fun night?
with Jamie Oliver on drums. Something Serious was excellent as usual. I embarrassed myself with some drunken dancing.
maybe i will make it down one night. there was no dancing at the gig i went to. even got moaned at for standing up. i bit annoying as the band were asking people to stand and move around.
i often stand up at the front to spite them.
hah, i move on wednesday if all goes to plan, gig thursday? or i may hold out for russian circles on the friday, see how i'm feeling :)
enjoyed the gig last night. more sake and wasabi peas next time you're in london!
was lovely spending time with you. should definitely try the japanese restaurant near to red lion too. dont forget!
its proximity to the red lion means i'll probably go there sooner rather than later :)
if you come to Rota next saturday i can take you?i will definitely want to go again
i ended up getting very drunk
ive never actually seen you on DiS before, i remember having a very fun converstation with you though. im going to Rota next saturday. you should come.
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you can get the comp too, which is probably my favourite compilation ever.