long walk to groovedom
Attaboy. Have a spin on the floor for me. I shall require a beverage too.
Lucky boy. I'm off to see the Amazing Snakeheads tonight, so I will not be requiring a bevvy until much later.
This has got messy written all over it. Overjoyed I'll be there to witness.
Think you should film it secondopinion, so we can all share the fun.
To make it clear, I was casting more doubt over his ability to hold alcohol opposed to his dynamic talc spins.
Holding the hooch, nae problem; talc spins, more of an issue.
woooooooooo and even hoooooooo. i'm looking forward to it even more now. and having seen the boy in action i can happily say he can hold his head highx
Hoid his hooch, my arse!
I gotta dance to keep from cryin' innit.
btw I think what some of you meant to say was 'Wow, that's a fantastic record, is that!'
No we didn't Davy- typing nonsense about your dancing and drinking abilities is much more entertaining
Wow, that is a fantastic record is that. Looking forward to a bevvy & a turn around the floor tomorrow x
Meant to say 'that is' but it's Friday night, what can I say !
The Cappy makes her debut! *loud applause*
Meet you there * very excited *P.S. I'll bring the camera.
*a bit grumpy because he doesn't live in London anymore*Nah, not really, have a drink for me! I'm being bbq dad tomorrow night weather permitting, so I'll probably have some soul on the pod while I flip the burgers.
Well I'm a bit grumpy that I don't live in London anymore. But then .. the North ..Had a nice day in the sun at the cricket in Leeds today - Yorkshire v soft southern Surrey.Lovely al fresco lunch in Beverley tomorrow. Then the Happy Mondays at the open air auditorium in Scarborough tomorrow night. Full English/hangover Sun morn and watching thousands 'Run For Life' on the prom in Bridlington (including daughter).Have a smashing bop.x
Dickie, you talk so hip that you're twistin' my melon, man.Run daughter, run x
Sounds like a good chain of events that Dickie. Beverley's nice. You can get stickers saying 'I've been inside Beverley Minster'. Which seems to have a double meaning.
Funnily enough SA, Beverley the name stems from 'a Beaver clearing'. The Beaver pub is somewhere I often pop into - as it has Sky Sports!
Class modern tunes btw and rare as hens teeth.