Ian Hatch (wererogue) wrote,
Ian Hatch

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Belated end to saturday

Nice and simple, the last part

I honestly don't know who came up with the name for the London Stone's goth/"post punk" night (it was probably Bekham) but the night itsself is shaping up nicely. It's a wonderful environment for a chat if you're not actually a goth, and if you are, the music's fantastic (or so the groups of gesticulating, swaying, lace-clad folks would suggest) thanks to ravenstoker. I reckon we've worked out how you'd stoke a raven now, but I'm still not sure why.

So I arrived a little late for usual (got there at 0315 when the night ends at 0400) but turns out a drunken Adam was there, as was a friend of his, who I believe I've met once before at the kids' house (although some of that is remembered with a haze) and who was very pleasant. Adam is physically incapable of not talking about politics when pissed. zombiebrick and jessika57 were hard at work, and... no, don't laugh! I'm serious!

Heh. Probably shouldn't remind the tea monster that my brew came before his.

So after the last of the spooky clientelle had departed, waited around for the aforementioned to close up, and got a bus home, had a couple of sarnies, and dropped like a sack of calpol for a whole 3 hours of sleep before dragging my sorry corpse to work. I made it on time, as well.


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