The Society of Cool
A crowd of us all met on Friday night for a few beers before going down to Friday Street in Glasgow. There was a big contingent in Babbity Bowsers pub and the chat and company was brilliant. Belle and Geo Clark were along for the first time and it was great to meet up with Belle after such a long time.
The down side to all this great company is that you never get a chance to talk to everyone for any decent amount of time. By the time we had went down to the club the chances were reduced due to the music being so loud, and also being so good that you just want to dance.
So cheers to all the great company from the other night there, and to Jan for putting up with my dancing. Next time around can people be just a wee bit more boring so it would be no odds if I don't get the chance to talk much.
Well one at least Jim. How we coped down at Brighton I don't know, must have been the adrenalin.
You were fine until you starting drinking that Irn Bru Jim ha ha.
I felt pretty wrecked myself and so did Linda. Geo and Corrine were worse than us, Took a long time to get my head together yesterday. Great night out though.
Had a great night too. The Raybandos at McChuills were spot on as usual and then some good tunes to dance to at Friday Street with my dancing partners Karen and Chris. Lost most of Saturday (much to Robin's disgust) but did make it out on Sat night for a 21st party. Hey, it's only once a month...got to do it in style...roll on the next one. :-)
All i got to say is ,i'm glad i don't take the fast stuff anymore ,the come downs, i wouldn't wish them on my worst enemy ;-)
It's a sad fact of life guys that we're all getting old :-( When we were at Friday Street in August I thought I had cataracts as it was so dark ;-)
The darkness of the club is something I really like. It reminds me of a club we used to go to in the early 80s, although that was a lot darker than Friday street. Sadly we are all getting older Paddy, not sure its possible to get younger ha ha.
I agree Chris it's not possible to get younger but it's a lot of fun trying lol.
Totally agree Paddy. Most guys in their 40s still have a mental age of 18 or so, so we can still go out there and have a great night out. I suppose we are a long time dead so why not have the ocassional great night out while we still have our health.
Chris saw your lovely scooter the other day, it was looking a bit sorry for itself. What happened???
I'm sure Casey will get it back to its beautiful condition as before.