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Sunday, April 24, 2005

TBA in the UK

April 24- Upon arriving in London this afternoon, everyone we talked to told us that people of Newcastle have a loony habit of not wearing any clothes. Being the rubes we are, all eyes in our party were glued to the windows as soon as the van—a purple monster I’ve named the Quilted Camel—crossed into the city, hoping to view all the special parts we’ve only seen on television and in magazines. It quickly became apparent that when Londoners say “not wearing any clothes,” what they really mean is “dressed inappropriately for the weather.” All the boys out and about were donning t-shirts and shorts, while the women were lolling around in bare-midrifts and miniskirts. And it was 40 degrees Fahrenheit outside!

While the scantily-clad boys and girls were stimulating, we were slightly disappointed to learn that the Newcastle Brown Ale factory had moved years and years ago to South Africa or Brazil or some other place far away. (Colonialism went out of style years ago, didn’t it?) Fortunately, the hotel bar was well stocked with the ale, and we did not go thirsty for want of drink.

Other exciting things learned today:
-“Interbev” is Finnish for “Cunnilingus.”
-Zachary is a sleepy tiger cub.

We’re in Newcastle for the next day and a half… More thrilling observations to come! (And if you’re from this fine city, can’t wait to meet you tomorrow night!)

-Ben Lee

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

ben-

the hot water isnt working. do you or zach know where the water heater is? i think maybe just the pilot light is out.

thanks,
max

ps. nat came over saturday night and we had an orgy in both your rooms with the upstairs neighbor.

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Woooo go TBA! Just came back from Maximo at Northumbria Uni and you were great! Anyway I can buy a CD or here more music or something? The two MP3s on your site just aren't enough!

3:44 PM  
Anonymous @ndy said...

Just back from Northumbria Uni too and I have to say you blew me away with your performance! Get the music online and I will support you as you are the best group I have seen in years...

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Morag said...

wow!...back form northumbria uni...hope you enjoyed it up the north east...you guys rocked!..but i need to hear more!

11:10 AM  

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