tube party on june 1st?

Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by bluestreak, May 8, 2008.

  1. bluestreak

    bluestreak HomosexualityIsStalin’sAtomBombtoDestroyAmerica

    this was suggested on the thread about that cunt johnson banning having a quiet beer. but we should do it. if you build it they will come, and all that.

    how should we advertise it to get hundreds of people there?
     
  2. bluestreak

    bluestreak HomosexualityIsStalin’sAtomBombtoDestroyAmerica

    also, i'm thinking that perhaps requesting people to, whatever else they do, bring soft drinks in alcohol containers. make a mockery of the whole thing, IYSWIM.
     
  3. Hocus Eye.

    Hocus Eye. Snap, crop, scrap crap R.I.P.

    Better still bring Vodka in Evian bottles. I think to get the biggest crowd you need to take out an advert in the Evening Standard or perhaps the Metro. That way you will at least get a few hundred Transport Police turning up. ;)
     
  4. boohoo

    boohoo No.

    Sounds like a good idea to me!
     
  5. citydreams

    citydreams on the road again

    June 1st is a Sunday. Might be best waiting for the following Friday?
     
  6. BadlyDrawnGirl

    BadlyDrawnGirl Piano Tuna

    Fantastic idea! :)

    :D :cool:
     
  7. King Biscuit Time

    King Biscuit Time Well-Known Member

    That was my idea!

    Get it sorted though (I don't actually live in London) - I've currently got an enquiry into the Mayor's Office to establish the legality of drinking Shandy Bass on the tube too. That could be a laugh if everyone turns up with a slab of that and gets stuck in.
     
  8. Stig

    Stig Bull in a china shop

    We'll be there.


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  9. Oswaldtwistle

    Oswaldtwistle Banned

    Why can't you just accept that you can't drink on public transport like everybody else, everywhere else in the country has to.

    Why should London be a special case?
     
  10. Poi E

    Poi E Well-Known Member

    Because London is a special case.
     
  11. untethered

    untethered For industry & decency

    I'm sure having a huge, noisy, intimidating drunken party is the best way to demonstrate that "banning having a quiet beer" is an intolerable restriction on people's freedoms.
     
  12. untethered

    untethered For industry & decency

    I think it's that Londoners think they're special cases. The rules don't apply to them.

    Forward to the atomised society! We owe our fellow citizens nothing!
     
  13. Crispy

    Crispy The following psytrance is baṉned: All

    EDITED: Would only have been funny at that particular point. now it's not.
     
  14. Oswaldtwistle

    Oswaldtwistle Banned

    In many circumstances, particularly in relation to transport, yes it is.

    In this particular instance, I don't see how it is :confused:
     
  15. JTG

    JTG Angry about not being able to be an astronaut.

    I can drink on the trains anywhere else in the country
     
  16. editor

    editor hiraethified

    I can drink on planes too. Maybe they want to ban that too?
     
  17. selamlar

    selamlar is aware of the irony.

    Fuck that. I could never set foot on a plane again without alcohol to dull the terror of being so far up in the air.
     
  18. Xanadu

    Xanadu Masterful but awkward

    And there's not much point in flying business class if you can't get free alcohol.

    i.e. the airlines would never allow it!
     
  19. Roadkill

    Roadkill Well-Known Member

    You can drink on the trains pretty much everywhere, and I see people drinking on buses all over the country.
     
  20. Kanda

    Kanda Diving wanker

    You can't drink your own booze on Planes. You also get a rather hefty fine for being drunk and disorderly on a plane.
     
  21. Poi E

    Poi E Well-Known Member

    Ah, it's just that a lot of people like London for its tolerance and permissiveness. If we wanted to live in curtain-twitching, repressed and hypocritical places we'd move to the home counties. If a beer on the tube shocks a christian or a little old lady, then our job is done. :cool:
     
  22. untethered

    untethered For industry & decency

    Thank you for that wonderful example of the evil, uncivil attitudes that Mr Johnson is now working to overcome.
     
  23. Roadkill

    Roadkill Well-Known Member

    I'll say one thing for you. You're a master deadpan comic. :D
     
  24. Poi E

    Poi E Well-Known Member

    Hopefully he'll ban dour, sour old trouts like you soon. What awful event made you such a po-faced dullard?
     
  25. Skorch

    Skorch rough and toothless

    Bar service on the Tube? Excellent idea. :D
     
  26. Fruitloop

    Fruitloop communism will win

    Ban all puritans and their illiberal ways. Maybe we could put them on a boat and send them off somewhere - oh hang on, that didn't work out so well before. :D
     
  27. ovaltina

    ovaltina Well-Known Member

    Facepants. You'll get hundreds within days. :)
     
  28. ajdown

    ajdown Posting in this thread

    You do realise this sounds as silly as a group of teenagers hiding behind the bike shed during morning break trying to grab a crafty cigarette without being caught by teacher, because it's the 'grown up and rebellious' thing to be doing?

    The law is coming, there's nothing you can do about it except comply, or suffer the consequences.

    Outside of this forum, I haven't seen much comment otherwise against the ban.
     
  29. Poi E

    Poi E Well-Known Member

    Sorry we can't be all grown up like you. We still like a bit of fun.
     
  30. Stig

    Stig Bull in a china shop

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    :confused:
     

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