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by Damian
Mon Nov 19, 2007 13:27
Forum: uk and ireland
Topic: Nottingham
Replies: 10665
Views: 595305

That's a good idea.

Having said that, my vision tends to get a bit funny after a few, so god knows what it'll be like with 3D specs thrown into the mix.
by Damian
Thu Nov 15, 2007 13:26
Forum: uk and ireland
Topic: Nottingham
Replies: 10665
Views: 595305

I might go to that Lace Market pub tonight, cos I can and that. Even though it takes me forever to get home. It sounds nice.

I'm going to have a proper go on the Broadmarsh reindeer tonight, even though it's apparently mistreated or summat.
by Damian
Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:38
Forum: uk and ireland
Topic: Nottingham
Replies: 10665
Views: 595305

I'm well bored. Ruddington is proper crap. I thought having an hour for lunch would be great, but it's not. I've ran out of internet things to do already. Is there anything going on tonight? I bet there isn't. I want to see bands. I saw Make Model last night, and they was brillant. I want more of th...
by Damian
Thu Oct 18, 2007 13:35
Forum: indiepop
Topic: A Smile and a Ribbon
Replies: 60
Views: 10121

I ordered it from Shelflife and it has just arrived. Really quick delivery. It's a lovely packaged little thing as well isn't it? I can't wait to play the vinyl bit. I'm really enjoying it first listen, I enjoyed them at Indie tracks but wasn't too sure exactly how good they were, but it's a fab lit...
by Damian
Thu Oct 18, 2007 10:30
Forum: uk and ireland
Topic: Hull
Replies: 95
Views: 33734

What was number 1?
by Damian
Fri Oct 05, 2007 12:25
Forum: random music talk
Topic: Things I am listening to now then
Replies: 4224
Views: 407870

I am listening to Les Savy Fav - Rage In The Plague.

I think the whole album is my favourite of the year. This song is especially brilliant for just being able to yell out phrases from it at random.
by Damian
Wed Oct 03, 2007 20:19
Forum: food! and drink!
Topic: Pasties and Pies
Replies: 36
Views: 11167

Is it pasty or pastie? Are both correct? Does it even matter?

I've not had a pasty(ie) in ages either, maybe not since Glastonbury '99 when they was well cheap.

I see them as a special occasion kind of food.
by Damian
Tue Oct 02, 2007 20:51
Forum: random music talk
Topic: Another "eleven" music distraction
Replies: 6779
Views: 389469

3. Plastic rain(parade) mac
by Damian
Tue Oct 02, 2007 20:24
Forum: book talk
Topic: How did you 'get into' literature?
Replies: 30
Views: 17893

My parents read to me from a very young age and I started reading quite prolifically early on. Just things from the library, whatever took my fancy at primary school, etc. Though of course these were not major league literary classics. At secondary school, almost all of the books I can remember stud...
by Damian
Tue Oct 02, 2007 19:44
Forum: food! and drink!
Topic: tipple, sauce, hootch, etc.
Replies: 38
Views: 17178

If the shop is less than 10 minutes away, I would go and get wine.

If it is further, then I would just spin round really, really, quickly in your room until the dizziness replicates a feeling of alcohol intoxication.
by Damian
Tue Oct 02, 2007 15:15
Forum: we love public transport
Topic: It's terrific by train
Replies: 943
Views: 263949

They have platform tickets at Leeds, or at least I'm fairly sure I saw a machine next to the booths last time I was there.

I cannot say that I have seen very many though. Then again I am not sure I can think of that many stations with barriers.