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Tizzy
14-11-2005, 10:00:29
No. of people: 30 ish
No. of people I didn't know: 6
No. of people no-one knew: 3
No. of people who were sick: 1
No. of people who went home with someone random: 1
No. of things broken (not including me): 1
No. of things left behind: 3
No. of times I threatened Jim: I can't count that high
No. of punches: I can't count that high either
No. of fags smoked: 1 million
No. of litres of booze drunk: 5 million
No. of minutes taken by Jim to walk 10 minutes to the garage: 25
No. of "I'm lost" phone calls received in that time: 3
No. of days sleep I need to recover: 792

Mr. Bas
14-11-2005, 10:04:12
Sounds like a good party. :beer:

Funko
14-11-2005, 10:30:08
It was I think...

Funko
14-11-2005, 10:31:02
We have a huge lounge. For most of the party the Kitchen was rammed, the smoking room was rammed and there was not a single person in the lounge. :beer:

Perfect.

Nills Lagerbaak
14-11-2005, 10:33:44
YEah, it was great. But I was so hammered I don't rightly know (damn afternoon football related drinking)


Still I think I figured out who that radom guy was...damn I can't remember his name. Reckless TV cop who's name began with B I think....

Funko
14-11-2005, 10:37:42
:lol:

I remember at about 3am when Jim came back from the After Dark he saw you still standing and said that was the achievement of the night considering how pissed you were when you arrived. :beer:

mr.G
14-11-2005, 10:38:31
I can't remember a thing so it must have been great

Kitsuki
14-11-2005, 10:45:17
Originally posted by Nills Lagerbaak
YEah, it was great. But I was so hammered I don't rightly know (damn afternoon football related drinking)


Still I think I figured out who that radom guy was...damn I can't remember his name. Reckless TV cop who's name began with B I think....

Best line of the night was when somebody was joking I was gay because I had a pink shirt on, and Nills comes into the kitchen and says something like, "Mike tells me you are a gay twat too." :lol:

Tizzy
14-11-2005, 10:48:11
It was indeed a good night.


More stats from other people:
No. of times "I am getting too old for this" passed through mind: 4
No. of times I said ‘if you mention alcohol again I am going to cry’: 3
No. of hours of the party that I can actually remember: 2
No. of drunken flashbacks of the party: 1212
No. of times I swore I am never drinking again- 10333
No. of times I thought I was about to die yesterday: 252

Kitsuki
14-11-2005, 10:50:42
The bus replacement service back to Swindon did me no favours either... Looked decidely queasy as the memorial service...

mr.G
14-11-2005, 10:51:16
No. of liters day after bru?

Funko
14-11-2005, 10:51:38
You didn't have get stuck next to a huge stinky guy on the way home did you?

Tizzy
14-11-2005, 10:53:36
Originally posted by mr.G
No. of liters day after bru?

I bought 2 bottles in anticipation of needin g it all but actually the only bru drunk was by me and Nav with brunch on Saturday.

mr.G
14-11-2005, 10:56:09
so.........not the schjmart one haaaah.
drink 2 glasses of bru ............... no hang ovah

Nav
14-11-2005, 10:57:10
Originally posted by Kitsuki
Best line of the night was when somebody was joking I was gay because I had a pink shirt on, and Nills comes into the kitchen and says something like, "Mike tells me you are a gay twat too." :lol: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pulped/62593814/ ;)

Tizzy
14-11-2005, 10:58:19
Originally posted by mr.G
so.........not the schjmart one haaaah.
drink 2 glasses of bru ............... no hang ovah

I didn't have a hangover cos I wasn't that drunk surprisingly. I'm just broken.

LoD
14-11-2005, 11:02:02
Originally posted by Tizzy
No. of people who went home with someone random: 1

So it was a random imaginary person?

Kitsuki
14-11-2005, 11:02:48
Originally posted by Funko
You didn't have get stuck next to a huge stinky guy on the way home did you?

No, but the person sitting next to me probably was. :p

Funko
14-11-2005, 11:02:54
Originally posted by Tizzy
I didn't have a hangover cos I wasn't that drunk surprisingly. I'm just broken.

Alternatively you were so drunk your hangover kicked in at about 4pm...

Nills Lagerbaak
14-11-2005, 11:11:57
Originally posted by Kitsuki
Best line of the night was when somebody was joking I was gay because I had a pink shirt on, and Nills comes into the kitchen and says something like, "Mike tells me you are a gay twat too." :lol:


That's hillarious, I didn't know about the previous conversation at all!

Drekkus
14-11-2005, 12:14:31
No. of people who went home with someone random: 1Shouldn't that be 2?

LoD
14-11-2005, 12:15:35
And no, I didn't point that out subtly, have I :p?

Drekkus
14-11-2005, 12:18:11
I didn't read all the way down, sorry. :D

Tizzy
14-11-2005, 12:18:26
I told you I was broken.

Explanation: that meant number of people I know who went home with someone. I didn't know the someone they went home with.

Funko
14-11-2005, 12:21:43
I did understand but now I'm confused. Can you explain your explanation?

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-11-2005, 12:25:08
So Tizzy should add:

"No. of random people who went home with someone I know: 1"

Funko
14-11-2005, 12:30:44
No. of beers we thought were left during the party: 0
No. of beers actually left: 1 hidden can of red stripe brought back as 'take home' by the people who popped to the After Dark
No. of people who told me that you can't read the numbers/tell that there even are numbers on the buzzer to our flat: See answer to "No. of people at the party" question.

MoSe
14-11-2005, 13:38:22
Originally posted by Dyl Ulenspiegel
So Tizzy should add:

"No. of random people who went home with someone I know: 1"

:confused:

not
"No. of people I know who went home with someone random: 1" ????


anyway, who's that JIM????
judging from the reports here, I'd say Belushi:p

Tizzy
14-11-2005, 13:45:19
Jim is one of my cowies.
As Funko put it, he is the Nills of our group :lol:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
14-11-2005, 14:02:14
Originally posted by MoSe
:confused:

not
"No. of people I know who went home with someone random: 1" ????



BOTH !

Venom
14-11-2005, 14:26:15
The AD would probably have to close if you guys moved away.

MoSe
14-11-2005, 14:29:45
worse, it would have to open during daylight

novacane
14-11-2005, 14:36:58
Were you all informed of the pole erection on the second stage in preparation for Paradise Club nights?

The sleazy club just got sleazier. I was there briefly on Saturday night and was surprised it wasn't being utilised more by drunken club goers. Just a couple of unqualified young ladies who clearly had no conviction (or shame).

Tizzy
14-11-2005, 14:37:06
No. of people who were "accidentally" not invited who have apologised for not turning up: 1 :lol:

Funko
14-11-2005, 14:39:05
Originally posted by novacane
Were you all informed of the pole erection on the second stage in preparation for Paradise Club nights?

The sleazy club just got sleazier. I was there briefly on Saturday night and was surprised it wasn't being utilised more by drunken club goers. Just a couple of unqualified young ladies who clearly had no conviction (or shame).

I was unaware of that fact! :eek:

Funko
14-11-2005, 14:40:06
I haven't been to the AD for well over a month I don't think... have barely been out in Reading at all actually.

Tizzy
14-11-2005, 14:43:42
I can't even remember when I was last there, before we moved anyway, and I'm sure I hadn't been for a couple of months before that.

King_Ghidra
14-11-2005, 15:02:49
Originally posted by novacane
I was there briefly on Saturday night

and cried off brighton citing cash problems

shame :(

the pav tav in brighton is an almost literal extension of the AD. i speculated that if you walked far enough into the back you would come out in the AD bar.

Lurker the Second
14-11-2005, 15:03:16
Pole erections. Those were the good ol' days.

Funko
14-11-2005, 15:17:35
Popping into the AD isn't as expensive as popping to Brighton?

novacane
14-11-2005, 15:24:09
Exactly, theres a huge difference.

The train ticket to Brighton would have cost more than the total cost of my night out at the AD. I was gutted to miss the Brighton trip. Just had to be realistic and not risk going hungry for the rest of the month. Though I am hungry.

DaShi
15-11-2005, 04:21:10
Who's Jim?

Tizzy
15-11-2005, 09:38:45
Did you read the thread?

mr.G
15-11-2005, 09:39:16
no did you?

Tizzy
15-11-2005, 09:43:51
Why would I do that?

mr.G
15-11-2005, 09:46:18
Dhy!!!

zmama
15-11-2005, 12:30:15
I read the whole thing...scrutinizing it carefully

This is damn serious stuff here!!!!

Tizzy
15-11-2005, 12:54:56
Seriously serious stuff.

mr.G
15-11-2005, 12:59:18
okay then i will read it.

Venom
15-11-2005, 13:05:17
Oh you've been tricked.

Tizzy
15-11-2005, 13:06:48
*evil laugh*

Funko
15-11-2005, 13:16:22
Number of discussions people had about the pros and cons of laminate flooring: 47
Number of discussions about "oh god we're getting old we're talking about laminate flooring": 47

mr.G
15-11-2005, 13:17:34
laminate flooring are boring

Funko
15-11-2005, 13:49:00
- FACT

Lurker the Second
15-11-2005, 13:50:46
Originally posted by Venom
Oh you've been tricked.

Now there's an outstanding accomplishment.

Sir Penguin
15-11-2005, 17:31:42
Random no. of people who went home with someone: 86

SP

Colon
15-11-2005, 17:39:20
That's amazing.

Immortal Wombat
15-11-2005, 17:54:26
Random number of people: 34589

Colon
15-11-2005, 17:59:35
It's just stunning that the random no. of people going home with someone constitutes only such a small part of the the random no. of people overall. Unbelievable.

Sir Penguin
15-11-2005, 18:54:06
Random no. of people who went home with someone: 41

SP

Sir Penguin
15-11-2005, 18:54:44
Dammit.

Random no. of people who went home with someone: 34623

SP

Sir Penguin
15-11-2005, 18:55:41
God dammit!

Random no. of people who went home with someone: 27392

There.

SP

Colon
15-11-2005, 19:18:13
That's still a small share of the random no. of people measuring 1,877,652.

The Norks
15-11-2005, 19:23:12
Originally posted by Funko
Number of discussions people had about the pros and cons of laminate flooring: 47
Number of discussions about "oh god we're getting old we're talking about laminate flooring": 47

welcome to being 'nearly in your thirties'!! Rumour has it that soon after laminate flooring, talk will turn to dogs, kids, Ikea and 'getting out into the countryside more often'.

MDA
15-11-2005, 19:26:05
Lets talk tile. I just put in tile in two bathrooms.

Funko
16-11-2005, 09:32:03
Originally posted by The Norks
welcome to being 'nearly in your thirties'!! Rumour has it that soon after laminate flooring, talk will turn to dogs, kids, Ikea and 'getting out into the countryside more often'.

I think it's nothing to do with age. Some people I know from uni were like that when they were in their early 20s. It's to do with living with a partner I think or more importantly not living like a student anymore.

One of my friends did have to leave early because their kid was causing trouble with the babysitter...

Luckily I don't know anyone with a dog.

mr.G
16-11-2005, 09:40:54
Originally posted by MDA
Lets talk tile. I just put in tile in two bathrooms. tiles in bathrooms is soooooooo 2004

MoSe
16-11-2005, 10:03:30
Originally posted by Funko
Luckily I don't know anyone with a dog.

do you know any dogs?

zmama
16-11-2005, 11:00:43
woof woof

mr.G
16-11-2005, 11:01:53
bitch

Venom
16-11-2005, 13:04:24
Mother fucker.

MoSe
16-11-2005, 13:08:12
Luckily I don't know anyone with a dog, said the sheep-shagger.

:lol: