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... window and since most were drunk, they would get stuck in what their wives would call "a sh*t storm".
Sh*t faced: We use this to describe someone who is very, very drunk. Going off of the story from above, wives would also call their husbands this when they would come home drunk and covered in poo.
Hangover: We all know what this means. This came about when people used to be hung to death for their crimes. Authorities thought doing this on Sunday mornings after ...
... but the central open area is laid out with tables, chairs and deckchairs which today are being well used. An equestrian statue of Prince Albert looks on benignly: as a man who believed in education, I am sure he would have enjoyed being here in person.
Orderly queues build up outside the theatres ahead of the talks. The first one I attend is introduced by a session chair who describes the book in question as 'polyphonic'. Despite such a dubious start the talk turns ...
... out of the way quick enough or even look up to get a face full of poo. hence "**** faced drunk"
The that night we also did another walking tour of Edinburgh which had stories from long ago and it had a whole mess of true stories about Edinburgh. The town practised a lot of witch burnings and torture methods over the years. Also had a few eerie tales of cannibal ancestral families hunting down and murdering people. Fair to say you wouldn't wanted to have ...
... I have now told him that I'm no longer having any part in it and he's on his own... which he is quite happy with and easily downs a whole loaf himself in two days.
More skypes with my favourites Maceface and Reevehead - the cutest two babs alive
Edinburgh lights up with a huge light display in St Andrew Square. It's pretty at night
Jason continues to return week after week from rugby with severe injuries
... decided to go out and do a little shopping and exploring instead of stay in the room the whole trip. We ended up at the National Museum of Scotland which was filled with different things. The most impressive thing we found was Dolly the sheep. We were there for a couple hours and then decided to head back to he hostel. The weather was cold, wet, and rainy so there wasn't much we could do anyway.
When we got back, there were a few other girls in our room. We talked to this ...
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