On Fri, 2004-04-16 at 18:27, adam beecher wrote:
> I was in town earlier and I rang everyone I had numbers for to try and
> arrange post-work pints, and everyone was doing, like, stuff. I'm at home
> again now and I ain't moving for the rest of the weekend.
Post-work doesn't work for me anyway. 8-9pm is usually OK, but
as there's been zero mail since the proposal at 10 this morning,
I assumed everyone was busy/drunk/asleep/deafened :-)
> (I only realised it was Friday a while ago, who goes drinking in town on a
> Friday night for chrissakes!? Ye're not teenagers any more lads, ye're only
> kidding yerselves. :)
Fighting your way through the kids to get served isn't my idea
of an evening, but surely there must be some place where you can
get a decent pint without the hassle -- or am I being ageist?
(I'm still waiting to leave my teens anyway -- no-one told me
the 60s had finished :-)
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