Monthly Archives: November 2010

One Hundred & Fifty One.

Every time the people around her laughed she looked around incredulously as if she was in a coffee shop and everyone had started chanting “One of us! One of us!” out of the blue. Continue reading

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One Hundred & Fifty.

Put on a scarf and some nice, thick socks and MTFU. It’s not The Day After Tomorrow, it’s just a bit of snow. Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Nine.

I pointed out that I wasn’t going to allow myself to be bested by someone that looks as though someone had merged two of Harry Potter’s principle characters. Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Eight.

I was getting through headliners quicker than Spinal Tap got through drummers. Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Seven.

“I’ve been waiting three years to be asked that!” Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Six.

Nothing puts an audience at ease quite like an ongoing verbal battle with an Audenshaw fishwife powered by alcohol and self-righteousness. Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Five.

“If you don’t know them now it’s a bit late.” Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Four.

“Are you a cunt?” Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Three.

We needed bums in seats for this to work. We didn’t have bums. We didn’t have seats. Continue reading

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One Hundred & Forty Two.

It was a cover version of The Power Of Love by Huey Lewis & The News. Clearly the budget didn’t stretch to the original so we got Joey Lewis & The Weather instead. Continue reading

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