Thursday, 24 January 2013

We're off! ... Byeeeeeeeeeeee!

Setting off for Hull tonight and in morning the minibus will be fully loaded with alcohol, smokes, the guys, the gals (incl Jussy! ... ), food and then it's off for our annual wild weekend at the Rock n Blues Festival. There is not a snowballs chance in Hell that we shall be compos mentis till next Monday evening at the earliest ... odds for that are not good either! Three days and nights of loud rock/blues music and mayhem ... beginning in the bus!


We fully expect the drinks service to be as good as last time.


lf anyone tries to contact us ... this will no doubt be the response!


Byeeeeeeeeeeee!


Note:- this long weekend of mayhem is made possible by all the money we saved by buying our tobacco/alcohol in the EU

8 comments:

  1. If this refers to Butlins, Skegness, I was there last weekend for another music festival, and it was cold.

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    1. Cold!? Ey laddie, wen I were a youngster, THEN we KNEW what cold was, up at half six to brush the fast la.....you know the rest....I presume?..... :-) :-) :-)

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  2. It's always cold in January in Skegness, but no colder than home.

    And they don't put much effort into catching people smoking inside the venues.

    :-)

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  3. And no effort in regards to alcohol but there again, the gaff is full of bikers. lol

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    1. Nothing like a bikers party to get the adrenelin flowing. ("Bulldog bash" 10 years running A.F.F.A/F.A.A.F. "81")

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  4. The license plate guitar-slinger.Friday, January 25, 2013 5:00:00 pm

    Lucky buggers!!...I can,t grace Jakks Stage this year as I,m working.
    I,ll be gutted if Hawkwind still has the topless dancer...lol

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    1. Jaks rocked .... now all the way through on Sun night till 3.00am. Finally crashed out at 05.30am and up for 08.00am.

      ... and on my gravestone, plainly lacquered
      not dead, just frickin knackered!

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  5. We're home.
    It was most excellent!
    Sleep now.
    Ungk
    ...
    ..
    .

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