Tuesday, June 27, 2006

For the love of Canada

Morning all.

I'll get round to writing a bit more later, I've still got a fuzzy brain after a three day bender and a weird green drink which knocked me off balance for a while.


Saturday, as you all already know, is Canada Day - there are a whole bunch of celebrations all day Friday in Trafalgar square, but that isn't the actual date so we're boycotting it (Well, we can't get time off work).

I'm not entirely sure what the plan is (because there never is one) - but we're aiming to be in or around the Maple Leaf in Covent Garden for a few hours on Saturday. Sunday, I'll probably be looking for breakfast/lunch somewhere.

So for all you London-based lot - Let me know on the old electronic mail if you fancy joining in. I'm specifcally thinking of Huw, Deanne, LĂ©onie and Astrid - but hell, we'll accept anyone!

10 Comments:

At 6:36 pm, Blogger Cleavers thought it was best to say...

I'm not here for Canada day

/sniff

Am pissed I miss all the fireworks though. Last year, we sat on my friends roof and watched them go off all around us - the ones people did in their gardens were much better than the ones at Ontario place.

If I was in London, I'd come. But I'm in Manchester. So I can't. Otherwise my mum would kill me. Have fun.

 
At 9:35 pm, Blogger Teri thought it was best to say...

I don't think I can swim fast enough to get there in time!

 
At 10:42 pm, Blogger Spinsterella thought it was best to say...

Hello.

I just popped round here cos you're a fellow-curly curly-person.

Then I read this:


"I've still got a fuzzy brain after a three day bender and a weird green drink which knocked me off balance for a while."

Good man.

Keep it up.

 
At 10:51 pm, Blogger Me Over Here thought it was best to say...

What about the 4th of July? There better be a post on your blog dedicated to that or hurtful things will happen to you, Curly.

Oh, and everyone should come to Texas to celebrate it. Teehee.

 
At 3:06 am, Blogger Captain Bee thought it was best to say...

Canada Day is a worldwide celebration.

 
At 8:23 am, Blogger Neal thought it was best to say...

I'll be missing Canada Day. :(

 
At 12:04 pm, Blogger Curly thought it was best to say...

Cleavers - Canadian use of the word 'pissed' there, you're turning slowly! We did a Canada Day in Victoria harbour a couple of years back - best one ever.

Teri - I admire you for even thinking about swimming, sounds like far too much excercise for me.

Spinsterella - Hello! Glad you are entertained by the fact that my head is trying to turn itself inside-out.

MOH - Yeah sure, I WOULD be in Texas on the 4th... but it's the Solomon Islands Independence Day on the 7th, and Friday is a better night to go out... bad planning this year, America!

Bee - I'm trying hard to get it kick-started over here. It will be a worldwide celebration before we know it.

Neal - Surely there's ONE canadian down there that knows all about it? Or will you actually be missing it... through some weird time-warp thing?

 
At 7:53 am, Blogger Neal thought it was best to say...

Curly, it's always dark except for the occaisional green glow in the sky, it's cold, and everyone seems to be aging different. Maybe it is a time warp. We kicked all of the Canadians out before the last flight.

 
At 10:01 am, Blogger Alina thought it was best to say...

Hope the boycot went well. Am curious to find out more details. What was the funny gree drink anyway?

 
At 12:18 pm, Blogger Curly thought it was best to say...

Alina - The boycott didn't go well... we ended up going to both events on the Friday and Saturday!

The funny green drink was a cocktail which we invented earlier on in the evening. It tasted sickly and had a hell of a kick to it!

 

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