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How you've managed never to go on a ferry at your age, I don't know.
but drove a car onto a ferry for the first time in my life this summer.
It was literally the most exciting thing I've ever done. Driving off paled in comparison.
I've never dreamed about DiS before.
I think it could be a sign.
Of something terrible.
was I naked?
We were drinking.
We'd just met. You told me your real name. I don't remember what it was.
You liked like an amalgam of the one photo I've seen of you and Graham Coxon.
You seemed alright. Don't remember anything else.
A group of teenage girls at a bowling for soup gig once got their photo taken with me because they thought I looked a bit like Graham Coxon (even though I told them I wasn't).
This thread is not for me.
This the post if you've never been on a...
I have DRIVEN (piloted?) one!
Retract my this immediately please pnikcls
it is an honour to know you
but I think that I might have been. I like the look of this one: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c4/Cable_Ferry.jpg/220px-Cable_Ferry.jpg
(so there's one I haven't this'd)
Spent years taking a ferry 4 times a day
it might be closer to 1000 times
been on boats: a couple of times in spain. a few times like from northumbrian harbours/boat trips. pedal boats and rowing boats.
As a kid, we only had one holiday outside of England and we flew there.
My ex was dead against sea travel as she got very seasick once.
I like the Eurostar.
I've heard PN uses them all the time.
the most memorable being a ferry from England to Sweden.
Who lives closest to a ferry?
Can anyone beat my 300m*?
Baltic ferries, commuter ferries, river ferries the lot
when are you next going on a ferry?
I'm going on a ferry tomorrow.
it was a glorious day out and we sat on the deck drinking gin & tonics, it was bliss! :)
but fuck me the list was long and even I got bored.
We were coming from Mull to Oban and this massive gull was coasting along with the ferry the whole way, occasionally resting on this big upright metal stick, like a lamp-post with no lamp on it, not sure what it was for, but the bird was sat on it, spun round and dumped a big big load right on this lady's head. Everyone just looked around at each other as if to say 'We were all here for this moment, and we shall cherish it until we die'
Think I might move back to Scotland, this sort of stuff never happens here.