Saturday, 7 November 2009

Thunderbirds are go

 Yes, that is a Thunderbirds hat. No, I don't know why.

My birthday celebrations come to an end tonight with a nice dose of Manchester boozing. Five days of too much gin, sambuca, numerous cocktails, a bazillion meals out and too-late nights. Why have a day of celebrations when you can stretch it out to four, five, six or even seven days? More is always more in such circumstances I feel.

I've been in Nottingham for the last two days and it was wonderful, as ever. Champagne at 5pm, dancing till 4am, chips and cheese on the way to the taxi rank. Marvellous.

This has probably been one of the most fun birthdays I've ever had.

So why does it feel like someone's something's missing?


Chamuca said...

1) Hell yeah. I always play up my birthday for the whole week. "It's my birthday, buy me shots!" "It was my birthday 2 days ago, buy my dinner!"

2)NO ONE was missing from your birthday celebration, lady. You were with all your friends. Stupid boys just cause drama and take the focus away from what the party's about. YOU.

Helen said...

I'm going out for a birthday dinner on Thursday too. 8 whole days after my birthday. Hell yes.