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*End Is Forever*
15-01-2003, 14:09:36
Go see 'em before they get huge...

Scabrous Birdseed
15-01-2003, 14:12:39
No.

*End Is Forever*
15-01-2003, 14:14:10
Well everyone else likes them now. Except you and Sean. Even Funko has changed his mind...

Scabrous Birdseed
15-01-2003, 14:21:14
What about Rich?

Funkodrom
15-01-2003, 14:47:16
Everyone else = me and Debaser.

Funkodrom
15-01-2003, 14:47:39
Where'd you get the tickets from and what gig are you going to?

Funkodrom
15-01-2003, 14:48:31
Debaser, you want to go to this?

SJM CONCERTS PRESENT
FINCH
PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS
LONDON ASTORIA
**AGE RESTRICTIONS APPLY**
SAT 29-MAR-03 DRS 6-10PM

Price Range:
10.50

Internet Onsale:
Wed 20/11/2002 at 09:00

Debaser
15-01-2003, 15:14:52
No, I'd feel too old.

Funkodrom
15-01-2003, 15:24:11
People in your college class were born in 1985 you should be used to it.

*End Is Forever*
15-01-2003, 15:41:12
My ticket is for the Manchester gig.

However given that the last trains back now mean that London is only half-an-hour further away than Manchester, I'd be more than open to seeing them twice.

Provost Harrison
15-01-2003, 19:53:16
Originally posted by Scabrous Birdseed
What about Rich?

Iain? Do I like them? :hmm:

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 12:02:16
You probably didn't even listen to it. You don't count.

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 15:14:35
Is anyone going to the London gig?

Funkodrom
16-01-2003, 15:41:47
Not on my own.

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 16:12:31
London's only two hours there and two hours back for me, and the trains run late these days. I'd quite like to see them twice... anyone else interested?

Funkodrom
16-01-2003, 16:13:45
I'm thinking about it definitely.

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 16:16:16
I should really sort out a Switch card so I can buy tickets online... getting a ticket for a London gig will be a pain in the arse.

The Shaker
16-01-2003, 16:16:46
will check calendar

Funkodrom
16-01-2003, 16:19:14
Originally posted by *End Is Forever*
I should really sort out a Switch card so I can buy tickets online... getting a ticket for a London gig will be a pain in the arse.

If I'm going I'll order you one when I get mine.

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 16:20:36
Okay, cool. Let me know if you are.

The Shaker
16-01-2003, 16:22:20
believe i'm free, will go.

Funkodrom
16-01-2003, 16:25:27
OK, Debaser you sure you don't want to go?

The Shaker
16-01-2003, 16:26:49
Have you checked the age restrictions, we could well be too old.

Funkodrom
16-01-2003, 16:28:12
Shit, good point!

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 16:29:01
:lol:

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 16:30:24
I went to see Sum-41 back in March at the Manchester Apollo. I felt like an old man compared to most of the crowd. Some girl tried to chat up my mate (who's now 20 but looks young for his age) by offering him a smartie!

Debaser
16-01-2003, 16:33:37
Funko & Shakey, remember to take lots of Smarties.

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 16:35:03
The crowd for Finch should be alright...

Funkodrom
16-01-2003, 16:38:22
10 tubes of smarties. Check.

Debaser
16-01-2003, 16:57:40
Maybe you could smuggle a tiny kitten in, or perhaps a puppy.

*End Is Forever*
16-01-2003, 17:59:07
Andrex puppy

Provost Harrison
16-01-2003, 19:07:06
Originally posted by Debaser
Maybe you could smuggle a tiny kitten in, or perhaps a puppy.

At a Finch gig, the standard chat up line would be 'do you want to come and see some puppies?', so you don't need to take them with you :lol:

I've heard enough Finch thankyou. I flinch at the thought of Finch :D

Funkodrom
17-01-2003, 00:17:24
Surely the chat up line is "Can I come and see your puppies?"