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Munsta asks: What groups or clubs have you been a part of? Are you part of a secret underground movement with aims to bring down the government, are you part of a yiffing cult, or do you get together with friends in an evening for a drunken game of soggy biscuit?

(, Thu 21 Jun 2012, 13:44)
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Music club
Mrs V and I have an occassional music club. It's a bit like a book club, and is fun. The rules is this:

1. 5 tracks each, none over 7 mins.
2. Each track must be - in your estimation - a good track worthy of note - not just something that reminds you of your holiday, or when you got together with your boy/girlfriend.

And that's it. Take it in turns to play a track - and then discuss - great stuff.

Whoever's hosting provides food/nibbles, bring your own booze.

I've discovered all sorts of interesting stuff through it, from genres I'd never even considered before (my tolerance for free-form jazz, for example, is very low).
(, Mon 25 Jun 2012, 13:00, 8 replies)
I masturbate, alone, in a darkened room,
listening to Lauren Laverne, and I'm still having more fun than you.
(, Mon 25 Jun 2012, 13:52, closed)
Only because
however dark it gets in your room, you're still under the misguided impression that perhaps, somewhere, there might be a reason to keep living.
(, Mon 25 Jun 2012, 14:14, closed)
do you have a Silhouette night too?
Like Seymore skinner and his mum?
(, Mon 25 Jun 2012, 14:51, closed)
I'm sorry, but I have absolutely no idea what you're on about.

(, Mon 25 Jun 2012, 15:21, closed)
Probably because he spelled the name wrong
It is Seymour Skinner, adopted son of Agnes, born Armin Tamzarian, you remember now? Silhouette night from The Principal and the Pauper? I do hope your musical evenings are not at the expense of essential popular culture televisual viewing?
(, Tue 26 Jun 2012, 9:43, closed)
I like the sound of this
Much more than I like the sound of a book club. Might be worth a try if I can find like-minded compatriots. The time limit is probably wise but would restrict me inflicting any Godspeed You! on people.
(, Mon 25 Jun 2012, 17:45, closed)
Christ. Really?
Are you and your peers not capable of simply having a conversation without some regimented Butlins novelty night?


Also ... you should listen to this.

(, Mon 25 Jun 2012, 18:55, closed)
Even from you Vag
this actually sounds like a good idea. Now if only I can rope enough friends in so that we play more than 2 track all-night.
(, Tue 26 Jun 2012, 8:29, closed)

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