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fran_
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Limelight/Katy Dalys/Spring&Airbrake on a tuesday night is awful. Don't believe anyone who says otherwise.
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I like it. But then again I've not been there on a tuesday in months.
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fran_
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I don't mind Katy's on a quiet night, but SHAG on tuesdays is awful, so busy you can't move. Ugh.
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(Original post by fran_)
I don't mind Katy's on a quiet night, but SHAG on tuesdays is awful, so busy you can't move. Ugh.
I've only ever been once and it was a busy night, I spilled my drink over some random poor lass and she went berserk on me, I quickly mingled into the crowd before she got her BF to give me a hiding
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I'm actually shocked when things like that happen. We're brought up to believe that the Northern Irish way of life involves apologising for everything, and accepting apologies for minor offences in the blink of an eye. I embarrass myself sometimes, I tend to apologise when I haven't even done anything wrong. I've told chairs I'm sorry when I have accidentally backed into them and apologised to people who have banged into me on the street when the fault was most certainly not my own. This post is a bit lengthy, my main pont was : This girl is clearly a rebel. Fin.
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Has anyone ever been to 'Cafe Vaudeville' in the centre of Belfast? I walked past it today and thought 'that looks like my kind of place...' My mum said it used to be a bank. It looked very grand and, well, vaudeville-y.
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(Original post by fran_)
I'm actually shocked when things like that happen. We're brought up to believe that the Northern Irish way of life involves apologising for everything, and accepting apologies for minor offences in the blink of an eye. I embarrass myself sometimes, I tend to apologise when I haven't even done anything wrong. I've told chairs I'm sorry when I have accidentally backed into them and apologised to people who have banged into me on the street when the fault was most certainly not my own. This post is a bit lengthy, my main pont was : This girl is clearly a rebel. Fin.
I get people saying sorry for being in my way when going to the bog in clubs I dont look intimidating either. saying sorry to a chair is taking the piss though
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fran_
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Haha, its true. I think I just assumed it was a someone.
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This time last year Milk was the best night out on a thursday anywhere evvvverrr (imo) - free in, £1.50 a drink, the crowd was great and so was the music - but then a boy who happened to be underage fell off the roof and died (he was a twin aswell which is really sad aswell) and it was taken over by new management and basically went down hill from there..
Its a pity really because I havent had a night out like the nights I had in Milk since..
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