Oh no, having flashbacks to the Chandos pacing group tour.....and found some drunken texts I sent, something about mouthing off to a group of young lads, about what I cannot remember......
Getting home was frankly a miracle.
A great day......possibly for my liver, just as well it is only once a year!
Is there not a Mile 17 at the Olympics?
do you not remeber the 'youths' on the DLR Foxy...??
we were singing the wheels on the bus to them..... we were 'on their patch' or something
I'm sure Paula et al would enjoy stopping at mile 17 for jelly babies and assorted fun and sugar based snacks
I had a wonderful time. DL, we weren't worried about your salt face. There were a lot of much sweatier people who insisted on sharing hugs with us.
Quote of the day from Bear - 'I can't get it to stay up without cable ties'
Oh it's all coming back, I remember dropping crisps everywhere.... but never lost my first aid kit!
Do you think the "yooths" are discussing the drunkards on the DLR on MSN?!
I can see everything and everyone ... and a whole lot more clearly than I did at this time yesterday
Now safely tucked back into the NE corner of Scotland and safe from any yoofs or singing supporters. Amazing ... it's 5.30 in the afternoon and I've not had a drink of anything fizzy ... that's a definite record for this weekend. I am still on the Mudchute diet though as I've grazed on crisps, nuts and nothing remotely like real food apart from my cornflakes this morning.
I think I tried to explain why there was a dead headhess jelly baby at the bottom but it was a hard concept to get accross when the person receiving it is (a) knackered & (b) thinks you're mad having never met you in her life before.
I also remember being behind Soupy in the queue for the ice cream van and telling everyone else in the queue not to go near her as she was an escaped lunatic and had been seen shouting at people and muttering at balloons .... she didn't hear me but the rest of the queue kind of melted away from both of us
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