Cocktail party tomorrow night.

speegs
speegs Registered Posts: 854
Hi

Is anyone going to the cocktail party tomorrow night on the Circle Line. It is to celebrate the last night that we will be allowed to get rat arsed on the tube.

Speegs

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  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    No - but I expect to see you on the news!
  • peugeot
    peugeot Registered Posts: 624
    I like your sense of humour speegs!
  • CJC
    CJC Registered Posts: 1,657
    Serves you lot right for voting for BoJo
  • speegs
    speegs Registered Posts: 854
    It's not my idea. I just heard it on the news today.

    As of Sunday it will be illegal to carry, let alone drink, booze on the London Transport Network. Shame. :(

    I will miss the nights spent locked in a cell at Paddington cop shop having wet myself from being legless on the tube.

    :blushing:
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    What happens if you catch the tube after shopping at Tesco (other stores are available)?
  • speegs
    speegs Registered Posts: 854
    That's a good point that I also thought of.

    They are now forcing all alcoholics to use their cars and polute the atmosphere.
  • phunkyphantom22
    phunkyphantom22 Registered Posts: 166 ๐ŸŽ† ๐Ÿ˜ ๐ŸŽ†
    That's a bit too far isn't it?! What if you are using the tube to go to a friend's party and taking some wine/beer/whatever with you?!
  • CJC
    CJC Registered Posts: 1,657
    speegs wrote: ยป
    (I will miss the nights spent locked in a cell at Paddington cop shop having wet myself from being legless on the tube.
    :blushing:
    That never happened to me, not for want of trying though. It did happen to a friend though after we'd gone our separate ways one night. He was a senior training manager with Lloyd's Bank at the time too.
  • speegs
    speegs Registered Posts: 854
    Right, so I have couple of things to clarify:

    1) I did not go to the party on the circle.

    2) Apparantly you can carry unopened alcohol on tube.


    Phew. :thumbup1:
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    Thanks for that, Speegs.

    I can rest easy, knowing that you didn't get arrested.

    But what if you want to take a bottle of brandy, for instance, to a friends because she has a catering nightmare and needs a dash of it to set her pudd a light? It could quite possibly be a bottle you have already opened - in fact, that's very likely!

    I think more thought on this dramatic change in legislation is needed.
  • speegs
    speegs Registered Posts: 854
    OK - I have the perfect solution for taking opened bottles of alcohol on the tube.

    Option 1

    Get a catheter bag and put your alcoholic beverage in that then tie it to your leg. If anyone queries it, say you have a week bladder.

    Option 2

    Get a coke bottle, or lemonade bottle, or a bottle which would normally contain a drink with the corresponding colour to your alcoholic beverage, then replace the soft drink with the booze.

    There you go. You now have two very good (I think) suggestion.

    :thumbup: Speegs
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    Or Option 3 - drink it all before you go, vomit on the tube, appear in video on YouTube.
  • JayneHogan
    JayneHogan Registered Posts: 697
    I think Baggybooks has just hit the nail on the head. Why do you lot bother drinking at all if it isall going to go the same way every night? Bit of a waste of money if you ask me!!!
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    :tongue_smilie:

    Hic!
  • CJC
    CJC Registered Posts: 1,657
    speegs wrote: ยป
    Option 1

    Get a catheter bag and put your alcoholic beverage in that then tie it to your leg. If anyone queries it, say you have a weak bladder.
    And if you're drinking Carling/Budweiser/Carslberg it'll be impossible to tell the difference anyway even under detailed chemical analysis.
  • farmergiles
    farmergiles Registered Posts: 1,693
    I'm quite happy sitting at home with a glass of red wine, why should I need to use the tube?
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    A straw instead?
  • farmergiles
    farmergiles Registered Posts: 1,693
    Don't need the straw yet, still fairly compus mentus.
    Straws are for Saturday nights (blow football) LOL
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    How does that work, then?

    Do you need lots of huff and puff?
  • farmergiles
    farmergiles Registered Posts: 1,693
    Oh yes!!!
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    So shall I blow and you suck?
  • farmergiles
    farmergiles Registered Posts: 1,693
    We could alternate
  • Baggybooks
    Baggybooks Registered Posts: 522
    Are we back to in and out again?

    I'm off - again!
  • purplegirl
    purplegirl Registered Posts: 47 ๐Ÿ’ซ ๐Ÿฏ ๐Ÿ’ซ
    Apparently, the 'party' all went to show it was a good move! There were several arrests and injured people.
    Idiots!
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