Thursday, May 11, 2006

The boys watch the girls while the girls watch the boys who watch the girls go by

I finished work at the pub at 8:30pm last night and then headed over to Canterbury with Jonny and Matt L. I know it was a school night but I had a meeting in Canterbury at 10am the next morning and if I stayed at Jonny's then I wouldn't have to drive in the morning. Plus it was an excuse to go out and .....spend money I haven't got. Doh!

When I was younger [hey I'm only 25 now], I used to go out virtually every night, but now my excursions are usually limited to the weekends, and so it was nice to be out on a week night. Canterbury is the nearest City to me, and has a huge student population of around 40,000 [my guess], but it was actually a very quiet night, and we only went into 3 bars. I did drink a fair bit and was quite tipsey when we left Wetherpoons at midnight.

I must admit that the highlight of the night was checking out girls with VERY short skirts, and this continued the next morning [today]. We all got up at around 8am and Matt and I went to the University canteen for a cooked breakfast, and then sat on the benches outside the Students' Union for around 30 minutes.....checking out girls with VERY short skirts! And then I had to go to work but it put me in a very good mood.

This is one reason why I love summer..... [n.b. I am not a pervert!!... honest!]

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6 comments:

Flash said...

Good work fella!

Ah, summer...

Pynchon said...

Nice to see someone keeping up the British end.

Aravis said...

Not a pervert, just a healthy young male. *G*

jonny said...

Damn it. I would have loved a nice fry-up to sort me out in the morning plus i missed more shorty short skirt action!

Lord Bargain said...

i really hope you are not referring to those clown-like loonpants on the left of that photo...

Stef said...

So you're the guy responsible for cameraphones making a noise to stop the whole upskirt photo thing happening! :-)

'Tis indeed a fantastic pass-time. I'm working on a business park right now (boo!) but it's only over the road from the University of the West of England (Bristol Poly) campus (yay!). That's my lunchtimes sorted!