Girls will be girls: Part I

If FaireUna invites you over for a needle party, don’t assume that it has anything at all to do with knitting. But seriously, what is it about the UK that gets me so many submissions like this? Defiance of GBH laws? Punk ethos and attitude still lingering in the air?

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2 thoughts on “Girls will be girls: Part I

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    Posted on 03-25-2006 02:43:24 by fearandloathing
    i wanna come over for a needle party!!

    Posted on 03-25-2006 06:20:57 by penski
    Because we’re genuinely all double-hard bastards and the police response to walking around in publis with a row of needles up each arm is literally:

    “Oi. Are those needles?”


    “You’re not a smackhead are ya?!”


    “Alright. Behave.”


    Posted on 03-25-2006 20:35:27 by fre_k
    Makes you proud to be from the UK, lol.

    Posted on 03-26-2006 03:52:34 by penski
    It does…But that misspelling of ‘public’ makes me very, very ashamed..

    It almost reads as ‘pube lice’! :(

    I maintain that the police here are awesome…An opinion that grows stronger each time I visit another country.


    Posted on 03-26-2006 10:04:55 by lippi
    Looks like a fun party!


    Posted on 05-29-2006 20:48:07 by al
    I’ll come to the party :)

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