Happy Monday!(?) Is it though, really? I think I am still struggling after the weekend, I’m sure these hangovers get longer the older I get!! We had some friends to stay this weekend, Nick and Kat, who came up to stay from Bournemouth on Friday night. They were up celebrating another of their friends birthday’s in Bristol but luckily we were also free so they were able to stay with us and kill two birds with one stone, as they say.
We originally were going to leave them to their night out on Saturday, but in the end we decided to gate crash the party and join them. First stop was for dinner at an Indian in town, but the less said about that the better I feel. I am not a huge fan of indian food (although I am trying to change that, not that this helped!) and I found the waiter to be rude and the food to be mediocre (not that I’m an expert on indian food but my Korma was bland as anything) and I won’t be going back. I won’t name names, I am sure it’s just because we were in a big group and treated as a stag or hen party, but we were still paying good money for food and I believe manners don’t cost a thing.
Things got much better when we left, we walked across town to The Fleece to go to the Propaganda night. Brad and I aren’t much for clubbing these days but a serious dose of rock n roll sounded like a much better night than the original proposed night at Prysm, which I imagined was going to make me feel seriously old and out of place. As soon as we got in there we were greeted by sounds from the likes of Blink 182, Smashing Pumpkins, Sum 41, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Subways, all bands/songs I was listening to back in my emo days, before emo was actually a thing! It brought back all kinds of memories, I had an amazing night rocking out and even participated in some head banging. I loved it, Propaganda rocks! And the drinks were cheap too so we all had a great night!