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Moose
-18th May 2003, 05:43
I got in at 5am after 14 hours of work to find that one of my housemates had invited 20 odd people around for a party, the house was a ****hole and he was passed out in his room. I have thus far cut all the strings from his guitar and shaved one of his eyebrows off, I'm waiting for him to regain consciousness so he can have a size 13 steel toed boot applied to various parts of his body.

I am NOT in a happy mood right now. ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Cheetara
-18th May 2003, 10:44
Ahh, joys of living in a shared house. I really appreciate coming down first thing in the morning and seeing pans half full of cooked food all over the kitchen, along with the smell of other peoples cooking, joy

Almost up there with banging music when I have a headache/hangover

Aoife
-18th May 2003, 15:15
Awww, poor poor Moose.

Next time you find the house like that wake them up with blaring drum and base... it's an unpleasent experiance which I would like to thank my friend's older brother for demonstrating to me when he found me asleep among beer bottle on his couch :)

bufc99
-18th May 2003, 15:43
I agree with Aoife here, wake them up witht he oudest music you acn find. I live in Halls at uni since I'm in my 1st yr, 5blokes in 1 flat, it reaally is a ****hole, well it was, we're avoiding revision so much that we even cleaned the kitcehn the other day, cause the b***ards that ownt he plac have told us we've got an inspection next week, rihg in the middle of everybodty's exams.

Moose
-18th May 2003, 19:13
He was too out of it to notice music. I cut the strings from his guitar 2 feet from his head and he didnt notice. I waited til he woke up and kicked the shit out of him. I'm happier now cos he's taken my advice and cleaned the house :)

reposte
-20th May 2003, 18:20
Kind of early in life to be waking up in the company of beer bottles, ein't it aiofe?

:transport

Moose
-20th May 2003, 18:24
You're never too young to appreciate the subtelties of a blazing hangover and the mystery of what happend to give you it :)

Rdb811
-20th May 2003, 19:06
I thought the young had a disgusting propensity not to uffer from hangovers.

Moose
-20th May 2003, 19:10
Oh yeah, there is that <grumble>

Hudson
-20th May 2003, 19:12
i've noticed that. it really don't help you fell much better when they're up and bouncing about and you feel like*?@*. Though i've foung a big fry up and/or a pint of Guinness/Murphys soon sort you out on way or the other.

Moose
-20th May 2003, 19:15
A big fry up AND a pint of Guinness, then another 3 hours in bed :grin:

bufc99
-20th May 2003, 19:20
A big greasy fry up works wonders. Another one I've found works reasonably well is mud, it's a mix of half-coke and half-pure orange juice. It's a little weird but quite nice.

One I've never tested my self is a cold kebab left over from teh night before, leave it in the fridge overnigth and in the morning it's just a huge blob of stuff that'll settle anything inyour stomach.

Moose
-20th May 2003, 19:21
Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww I want to live, not throw my intestines up :eek:

Hudson
-20th May 2003, 19:21
no then you go and fence. the other guy will stay well away due to BO, beer breath and your really bad wind. drop your gut, back off when the smell hits him and he faulters charge forward. :grin:

Moose
-20th May 2003, 19:23
And throw up all over him.

bufc99
-20th May 2003, 19:26
that's nasty

Hudson
-20th May 2003, 19:27
that's an option.

Rdb811
-20th May 2003, 19:27
Haggis and deep fried mars bars certainly help during the session if at a Burn's night - I nearly wretched at the mention of the kebab - has anyone ever bought a kebab while sober ?

Cream cakes are quite effiective or jam roly poly and custard.

Hudson
-20th May 2003, 19:29
A kebab when sober ARE YOU MAD. you need the alcohol just to break t

bufc99
-20th May 2003, 19:30
unfortuantly living in england you can't get a decent haggis anywhere, I've only tried it once when I went to scotland on holiday as a kid but it was gorgeous.

Hudson
-20th May 2003, 19:34
The haggis as described by my dad to my brother years ago.
A very shy, rare creature that lives in scotland. Makes it home at the base of round hill's. Has it's two righthand side legs shorted than the left so it can run round the base of the hill with ease. There is a very rare short lefthand side haggis but they've not been seen in years"
Was year before he found out the truth :grin:

Rdb811
-20th May 2003, 19:34
Originally posted by Hudson
A kebab when sober ARE YOU MAD. you need the alcohol just to break t

I wasn't admitting to having bought a kebab when sober ...

Moose
-20th May 2003, 19:39
Hmmmmm never been much of a guy for haggis, Earthworm Jim put me off it for life.

Rdb811
-20th May 2003, 19:49
Love the stuff fond memories of haggis (with mash on top, probably not very authentic) at Moffat on the way up to St Andrews with a friend for New Year's Eve with football on East Fife to blow the cobwebs away afterwards.

Moose
-20th May 2003, 19:51
You blow away cobwebs with a nice navy rum :)

Aoife
-20th May 2003, 20:25
Fry up fry up fry up!

And if you can stand the light/find sunglasses, then a nearby greasy spoon is always good.

Youngsters do get hangovers. Though I've never had a blazing thomping about to die if I move hangover. Only a 'where's that thumping noise coming from?' hangover.

Oh and a 'do I taste vomit?' hangover- which wasn't so much a hangover, as all the alcohol had been emptied the night before.



And yes, I have bought kebabs sober. Sometimes the mere idea turns my stomach, but other times I have an intense craving for them (and we have some really good kebab places near mine)

Hudson
-20th May 2003, 20:27
Well you don't count as we've already decided your very strange, tangent girl. :grin: ;)

Moose
-20th May 2003, 20:35
What exactly IS a Greasy Spoon?

Hudson
-20th May 2003, 20:37
A road side cafe/ Truck stop sort of place. They serve fry ups, and other not to healthy food at cheep prices in large portions most of the time.

Moose
-20th May 2003, 20:40
Ahhhh I know what you mean now :)

Rdb811
-20th May 2003, 20:51
Very popular in the City - you get a strange mix of suits, secretaries and builders, etc. all turning up to them.

Moose
-20th May 2003, 21:27
Slummin it :)

bufc99
-20th May 2003, 21:40
Our local one is called teh Selly Sausage in Selly Oak, it's wonderful, a full (and I eman full even including black pudding) english fro about 3.50. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Moose
-20th May 2003, 22:02
Mmmmmmmmmmmm sounds good to me

Neo
-21st May 2003, 00:00
Originally posted by Rdb811
I thought the young had a disgusting propensity not to uffer from hangovers.

Sweet isn't it? :D Only time I had a hint of a hangover was when I was 14 and I thought it would be a good idea to down the most part of a bottle of smirnoff blue. Bout 4/5 days later I was all recovered :tongue:

Moose
-21st May 2003, 00:22
Lol did that once with a 1.5ltr bottle of Jack Daniels, I was VERY ill

Neo
-21st May 2003, 00:22
vodka is best served for breakfast...:confused:

Rdb811
-21st May 2003, 00:28
Originally posted by Neo
Sweet isn't it? :D Only time I had a hint of a hangover was when I was 14 and I thought it would be a good idea to down the most part of a bottle of smirnoff blue. Bout 4/5 days later I was all recovered :tongue:

Right - when the house is more presentable we'll get the port out. Your mail box is full, BTW

Moose
-21st May 2003, 00:30
Ooohhhhh port, lovely stuff that it is, LBV or Vintage only tho :)

Neo
-21st May 2003, 00:38
Originally posted by Rdb811
Right - when the house is more presentable we'll get the port out. Your mail box is full, BTW

I prefer good imported russian vodka :) one thing tho, if Jamie comes along (the new guy who started, hasn;t been there for a couple weeks) don't let him drink, last time we went drinking he ended up with a alcohol poisoning :P (I just went home as normal :grin: )

Moose
-21st May 2003, 01:17
Originally posted by Neo
(I just went home as normal :grin: )

In an ambulance?

Neo
-21st May 2003, 01:22
Nah I was a bit drunk when I left the pub but by the time I got home, I was pretty much sobered up :P

uk_45
-6th April 2004, 17:39
Ok i know this is like 11 months late but hey im bored!

Party like that in chester we're all loverly up here. Hmm wait no thats wrong. There was some romour that metal pig was being shut down so we will be needing all the house we can get.

Moose
-6th April 2004, 17:42
Lol, that was actually at my house in Leicester :P

uk_45
-6th April 2004, 17:44
Oh ok that long ago was it:tongue:

Moose
-6th April 2004, 17:49
I live in Chester and Leicester :P

uk_45
-6th April 2004, 17:58
I knew that honest:confused:, where abouts in chester?

Moose
-6th April 2004, 18:44
Vicars Cross

uk_45
-6th April 2004, 18:47
Oh kool so nearish to the centre then cant quite rember where that is mind:transport

Moose
-6th April 2004, 18:51
Lol, what about you?

uk_45
-6th April 2004, 18:52
Erm well im Neston If you know where that is, its just down the A540! the most fun road in the world

Moose
-6th April 2004, 19:14
Aye, I know it.

uk_45
-6th April 2004, 19:16
Yeah it aint that hard and every one knows it. Aand knows parkgates icecream!

Moose
-6th April 2004, 19:38
Nah, that ice cream place on the A51 is better :P

uk_45
-6th April 2004, 19:41
which ones that whats the name?

Rdb811
-6th April 2004, 22:39
Originally posted by uk_45
Yeah it aint that hard and every one knows it. Aand knows parkgates icecream!

That brings back memories - you left off the garden centres as part of the highlights of Neston.

Moose
-6th April 2004, 22:52
I can't remember the name, but its on the A51 between tarvin and tarporley

uk_45
-7th April 2004, 17:05
By garden centres would you mean Gordale??? or just the vast number we have for a small town!

Rdb811
-8th April 2004, 01:01
I was thinking of Gordale - isn't there another on next to it ?

uk_45
-8th April 2004, 08:24
There's 3 along that bit gordale, water world (owned by gordale) and burton nurseries. We have new traffic lights out side them, alot of crashes of people crossing the road for garden centres, one of which involved david james. If the lights there are red ya flash your lights and they go green:tongue: :) :cool: :grin:

Rdb811
-8th April 2004, 11:52
Part of the policy of tarmacing and paving and building on most of the Wirral.

J_D
-8th April 2004, 14:38
Finally read through this, now the thread has been revisited, oh fond memories of the Selly Sausage in 94/95.....

And I do a great fry up after all my house parties willing to do the honours in other kitchens too :tongue:

uk_45
-8th April 2004, 17:41
Hmmm well having just spent a crazy day in chester im knackered already!