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We Gathered Globally

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Yes I drove for three hours to Stratford Upon Avon to see him. Kanye without a doubt never fails. There were so much drugs there I was scared of keeping my mouth open for too long. The only let down was the crowd. Who were hype, don't get me wrong. But the sea of the plastic " stronger" shades? You know the ones you can buy in Tottenham Court road. Just when Oxford Street starts to get shit? I wanted to snap them in half and then the pride on their face as they strolled around? Then I heard behind me 'Oh my gosh I love this song, this was his first single... "Je-sus. Talks!" I laughed through the whole song.

Apparently we were in the V.I.P part of the festival? I was like ..yeah right. Until I saw the toilets! Boombaclaart. It had Molton Brown soap and cream. There I was getting ready to lather up my hands. And. No water. That was the exit cue.

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I was seriously thinking about carrying a small bottle of Dettol after being leaned and rubbed on by the festival goers and was wondering exactly how long had the water been out? I must admit I did spend most of the show creasing up with laughter and discovered a new found love for glow sticks!

They are amazing!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

you are so far up your own arse. lol. whats wrong with people wearing stronger glasses??? if it helps people connect with Kanyes performance more then so be it. its their lives, do you! dont watch what others are doing!

the fact that u wanted to snap their glasses in half and ruin their fun is so so sad. why?

who promoted u as commissioner of the fashion police anyway?

son son said...

Wow

looks like someone has been waiting for you to slip up...

Big up the ATCN haters

your almost as bait as your comments!

Anonymous said...

ure the stiff type we dont want at festivals. using dettol to wash ur hands? let urself go! u might actually smile and have some fun!

heres an article more interesting than this post:

Judge condemns bizarre child names
A judge attacked a bizarre trend in New Zealand for giving children strange names as he made a nine-year-old called Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii a ward of court. (Image © Chris Young/PA Archive/PA Photos)

A judge has attacked a bizarre trend in New Zealand for giving children strange names as he made a nine-year-old called Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii a ward of court.

Family Court Judge Rob Murfitt listed a series of unfortunate names that he said were embarrassing or made children seem foolish among their peers.

Some names, including Fish and Chips, Yeah Detroit, Stallion, Twisty Poi, Keenan Got Lucy and Sex Fruit, were blocked by registration officials, he said.

But others were allowed, including Number 16 Bus Shelter, Midnight Chardonnay, "and tragically, Violence," the judge said.

The names were mentioned in Murfitt's decision on a custody battle over the nine-year-old girl from the North Island town of Hawera, who was so embarrassed at the name her parents had given her - Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii - that she never told her closest friends what it was.

She told people her name was "K" because she feared being "mocked and teased," the girl's lawyer, Colleen MacLeod, told the court.

Mangled moniker mishaps

This is not the first time that New Zealand authorities have had to intervene over a bizarre baby name. In August 2007, Pat and Sheena Wheaton were told by government officials that they couldn’t name their baby 4Real as it contained a digit. The couple simply reconsidered and re-named their child Superman.

The trend for crazy baby monikers has also extended to Europe. In June 2008, Swedish tax authorities informed a Stockholm couple they must change the name of their 5-month-old baby girl Elvis. Another Swedish family recently won a protracted battle to ensure their daughter was allowed to keep the name Metallica.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
huh?

LOL

like son son said

Bait

ahahahahhaha

Shenanigan said...

Love to get the juices flowing! That's what we are here for!

It's a blog.

Definition: an online diary; a personal chronological log of thoughts published on a Web page;

Example:Typically updated daily, blogs 'often' reflect the personality of the author.

If you don't like it. Don't read it.

simple

Wavvy said...

^^ That needs to be acknowledged by everyone!!

yeahisaidit said...

this is a blog, not the bible. It's not some edited, vague, one-size-fits all website.

If you do not share the views of those on here, that is absolutely fine. That's what makes the world interesting. However, instead of complaining about it. Why not find a blog that suits you better? Or if you like, maybe the writers of this blog could all have frontal lobotomy so they lose any sense of their identity, and they can write the homogenised poop you seem so keen to read?

It's so ironic to say 'let yourself go'. Led by your own example.

Maybe start with this comment as an example. If you don't like it, that's fine. It's just an opinion.




cheers,





yeahisidit


ps.how can a pair of £5 glasses that are covered in strips of plastic help someone connect with kanye's performance? Really??

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