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It's that time of year again

I was at a free festival outside Worthing in the early 90s, expounds Richard mcbeef off the internet. A bloke went mental on the dancefloor and started hitting people. He was restrained, calmed down, but then did it again, a good three times more. Eventually he was pursued around the arena by an ever-growing number of people, like in Benny Hill. He was chased into a massive nettle patch and ended up tied to a chair.

Tell us your festival experiences.

(, Thu 25 Jun 2015, 9:45)
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Free drugs
At the Bath and Avon Free Festival one year there was a blackboard leant up against the side of one of the traveller buses upon which was chalked 'FREE HOT KNIVES'. Suspecting some kind of scam but being skint and full of youthful stupidity I knocked on the door and was welcomed in by a twinkly-eyed grubby fellow with the air of a medieval brigand about him.

No scam: he gleefully fed me smoke after smoke after smoke, matching me hit for hit, until I was barely able to see; at which point I thanked him profusely and went upon my way. He wouldn't take a penny off me which was fortunate as I had none.

You don't get that at the 'Secret Garden' festival, perhaps Jocasta might do you a free hair wrap but that's about it.
(, Fri 26 Jun 2015, 13:08, closed)
Stranger Danger, beefy!
Count yourself lucky he didn't take advantage of you in your compromised state.

I had to check urban dictionary to find out what you were on about.
(, Fri 26 Jun 2015, 13:15, closed)
It seemed too good to be true, but actually wasn't. A rare thing indeed.

(, Fri 26 Jun 2015, 13:18, closed)
chin chin laddie
chin chin.
(, Tue 30 Jun 2015, 23:36, closed)

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