At 9/27/12 02:33 PM, Gagsy wrote:
At 9/27/12 02:21 PM, Ragnarokia wrote:
You can't be more dull than me with my never talking and just sitting in the back of the group.Fuck the rest. We'll have a good little chat me and you then <3
That sounds like a good idea, one on one I can talk but when in groups I tend to just sit back and listen, which is probably to everyone elses joy.
Okay this makes me all the more wanting to go then if I can make sure you do, Oh how I hope I can save up some good money by January though.We should get a room together (if you do go).
I would totally be up for this and it would make me more determined to try and go, hopefully with Christmas money I could make it happen unless something really fucks up irl. Sorry Wonchop but tried to reserve a room with Gagsy for several years now, but she kept not going, so now there is finally some concrete ground to stand on, which she may demolish anyway, but of course she will go this time!
Hopefully though that could be used to get a cheaper ticket even at peak times needing to just put half an hour or so to the side, but yea, can't check for sure until more details / what station to use etc. is all out.What about bus/coach? Or is that too long a journey for you? Its much cheater, just much longer 3:
I used a bus for Glasgow once so could do that again, but trains are so much nicer so depends on if I can get a good ticket or not.
I thought the age check was 25 (30 in supermarkets) and below as well. Whatever, I don't have that issue these days. 35, here I come!I've never seen 30 myself. Some supermarkets have those "Think 21/25' badges but christ IDing people in their late 20s is a bit much I think. I got IDed a few months back buying some cigarettes. It still amuses me a little.
I recall signs saying "if you look under 25 don't be surprised if we check for ID" in my local supermarket. And on that note I got IDed for buying a kitchen knife the other week. I was with my mother who already sent her shopping through yet the clerk kept asking for ID for me as if I was going to stab someone with it. I gave my ID to avoid my mother complaining about it but the sad thing is the knife isn't even that sharp, it looks sharp but I accidentally stabbed it into my finger once with some speed and it didn't even bleed, hurt a bit, but didn't bleed. So I don't get the protection over that I don't think it would make a good murder weapon really.
At 9/27/12 02:33 PM, Bahamut wrote:
Didn't that one bouncer in Manchester reject you without seeing your ID just because you looked small to him?
Didn't even let me get out my ID it was just "lolnope" hand up telling me to get lost. I think he was the only one to ID me, and when I say ID I mean flat out reject me without checking it. So I suppose Glasgow was better in that respect as at least they never rejected.