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yeah, plans and all that. Shoot.
Tomorrow: Carnival/Street festival.
Sunday: Pub crawl.
tonight: possibly going to uxbridge to see a friend who's mum sadly passed away last week. The funeral is today and I've been asked to go up in the evening.
Look out for my brother
Tommorrow: gig at jebbez Clegg
Except maybe Finally Punk at the Old Blue last tomorrow.
Tomorrow need to head over to Liverpool to get my Passport sorted out, going to be expenssssiiivveee. Then maybe pop and see my lady on the way back.
Tomorrow - Golf at gleneagles (woohoo), then out for dinner with the family as my sis is up from london.
Sunday - Chill out with the papers, bloody marys and the gf. Oh and watch the wimbledon final.
Tomorrow: buying camping stuff for NASS next week, probably get some new clothes and a haircut while im out too.
Got some short shorts the other day
And I need short hair for the baking suns of Europe.
And as you say a wee trim for europe would be spot on, its always good to travel light.
Tomorrow: Two of my friends from home have tickets to the ladies’ final and are coming into Lahndahn, and I shall be meeting them afterwards for crisps and pop.
Sunday: I’ll no doubt watch the tennis.
Can I ‘hang’ with someone at Shunt? I’m going to be all on my lonesome, like, as all of my other friends are going to squint at Blur from half a mile away or have dropped out due to ‘swine flu’ or something. It’s getting to the point where I might do their speed-dating thing just for a bit of conversation.
Did i miss the thread?
There's more info on the facebook magubbins.
Shunt is a bloody mad venue, loved it.
by my lonesome too as everyone seems to have dinner parties tonight :S
dunno, if it's a normal gig i wouldn't mind going by myself, but this looks like a place where it's more fun in a group... :'(
I've spoken to you before, you're not scary mental.
or somewhere else before? i'm not sure i know what you look like..
I don't think that I've ever mentioned my DiS username though.
I was the guy with the camera at zonino, currently sporting a dashing beard. I'll say 'Hi!' if I see you then.
Playing video games all day tomorrow
was supposed to go on another date - cancelled again
Friday - sit in and annoy people online, tv, bit of smoke, relaxing
Saturday - Apartment to myself - Bongos - Guitar - trying to master them!
Sunday - Might start making some item of clothing or start a nice picture
possibly going out for food in Tooting with a couple of friends.
Sunday: band practice and then hopefully watching Wimbledon final in the pub. Will they even show it in any pubs?
Tomorrow: RHYTHMS OF THE WORLD! How exciting. I'm playing at 5pm on the BBc Introducing if anyone happens to be going. Also playing are Bearsuit, Lol Coxhill, John Otway, Jazz Jamaica, Fish Brother and, erm, Man Like Me.
Sunday: more Rhythms fun.
Today - SHUNT
Sat - Boxing
Sun - I 'unno
Although I wouldn't mind Finally Punk on Saturday...
Saturday - standing in a field firing two pistols into the air.
Sunday - ghost pizza.
Rest of the weekend- Humming Song 2
Physically and mentally my body and weekly budget are still reeling from the devastation I wreaked upon them at Glastonbury
going on an anti-hen night on sunday, which involves seeing take that :/
why anti hen night? one that was supposed to happen and never did?
today: car journey with sisters plus eldest sister's boyfriend, including CD roulette (middle sister's repmobile has a 10 CD changer thing, everyone brings some CDs, put em all in, then a person who doesn't know which CD's in which chooses numbers and we all listen. good way to give a good chance of some good music that no-one can whinge about, even when i forced sister to sit through an Ali Farka Toure CD, muahaha). then apparently dinner with a lot of other folks, though i've no idea who
saturday: cousin gets married! i like weddings
sunday: come home, apply for a job
then we could have done the, 'in Dorset?' joke.
"I'm going to Dorchester."
"Yes, it's very nice."
It would have been great.
Weekend: Trip to Norwich with the missus
Rest of the month: Nothing as I've spent my wages in 4 days. WOOOPS.
tomorrow - Pride! which will be awesome.
sunday - going to a friends launch of her new shop in camden. come and see! http://www.stcyrvintage.co.uk/
...and possibly sit in with flatmates and a few beers.
Tomorrow: house party at my place. YOU'RE ALL INVITED! OMG.
Maybe go and see Gran Torino post work. But the weather's a bit too nice for that.
Saturday - cleaning, then an afternoon of drinking and eating and bad sports playing in St James' Park. And maybe going out in the evening. Shield Your Eyes are playing free at Catch. Or Finally Punk are round the corner at the OBL. Chances are it'll be too sweaty for both.
Sunday - Sister's visiting. Go out for lunch, then maybe do something in the afternoon to take her mind off her impending exam results. Probably Highgate/Hampstead Heath/something.
Yes. Yes I am.
tomorrow- probably go in to town.
sunday- visiting grandmother :(
Gym sesh followed by sauna at some point over the weekend
I want to get up at 4am on Sunday morning if the weather's ok and do a bike ride
TOUR DE FRANCE STARTS TOMORROW!!!!!!!!!!!!11!!
Weekend proper: I dunno. I'm slightly worried that I may be coming down ill in a sniffly, sweaty, jointachey way. OMG TEH SWINE FLUS. (Still, it'd get the whole quarantine thing out of the way before the festivals)
Tonight: Mr Jonathan Foreigner and his young friends in Northampton. I'm on the guestlist for the second time in my life.
Friday - Dunno, lots of homework.
Saturday - 4th of July, BBQ party and fireworks and stuff.
Sunday - Maybe a movie with some friends. Also, lots of homework.
I need a plan. We're dog sitting, my housemates cousins are round having beers, they may go out... I may join them, but I'm impeded by the fact that I have work tomorrow. Instead I may just go for a walk around the block, pick up a pack of chewits and lay in bed reading a stupid amount of shoujo/watching shite horror films. Time marches on.