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... it they had it, not to mention the costumes and props used on stage.
Other acts we saw were, Greenday, Kings of Leon, The Script, Vampire Weekend, Rudimental, Airbourne, Blur, Two Door Cinema Club, Kesha, Stereophonics, Alt-J, Editors, Bastille and last but not least Nick Cave (Joke of the festival).
Never will we forget the guy that walked past our tent that day and made that strange sound....such a laugh (had to be there).
... an MC that didn’t add any value. Either way the set was really good and the Pyramid floor was pumping.
The Kooks: Spweing that I only got here mid set. From what I heard they were unreal but The Barn was super packed and I coudn’t get amongst it. Being so far back meant I could hear more of the pyramid DJ, and I had to **** so me and Joel bailed and started inventing new awkward chat games.
Lipton area: This was the area just outside ...
... Of las ik deze boeken omdat ik al sowieso interesse had? Ik weet het niet meer :)
Het allerlichtste was natuurlijk de "mp3" oplossing geweest: alle cd's rippen en dan weggeven. Maar dat mag natuurlijk niet van de wet. Daar zou ik me nog het minste van aantrekken, maar ik heb ook simpelweg de tijd niet om alles te rippen.
Dus plan B: alle boekjes en cd's uit het doosje, en zo bijhouden. Doosjes weg. Het neemt nog 20% van de plaats en gewicht in, en dat ...
... it took them longer to shut down the ride than the actual ride portion lasted!
French Can Can- Another boring ride, but still kind of fun, in a relaxing way. You sit in swings dangling from chains and get spun around and tilted. I wish I'd gotten a video of Glennica next to me on this one- the sight of her looking ready to fall asleep while the background spun in a blur was pretty surreal. This one had some neat art nouveau paintings on and around it, which added to ...
... and hung my head out the window like a dog, admiring everything and just breathing in the clean air. I exchanged contact information with Natt, thanked him, then Kevin (Mike's cousin) and I threw our backpacks on and went for the necessities. The first set of stores I saw had two side-by-side, one saying "CHOCOLATES", and the other reading, "LIQUOR". Hey, I said necessities, didn't I? Belgium is famous for its chocolates, so it seemed only right that ...