Very true, aye. I must admit I haven't been to a Lidl in a long time, probably because a massive Tescos is the equivalent to a corner shop for me.
Ah fairs, I go Lidl b/c it's cheap asf but the thing is, there's no other supermarket for like another kilometre or so, so it's my only choice unless I want to trek with a weeks worth of shopping and booze in my hands.
Mfw I was still take the Circle Line and District Line last night without any trouble
Had to take the overground today
Fucking horrible line
Lel, why were you in London?
that's where his clients live
Back at Uni
Fairs, I went to see Trainspotting in theatre yesterday.
Uni: I don't start until the 16th , tho I'm going back on the 11th.
Lucky cunt. When do you finish?
Fucking incredible, when you go to it, you are part of the stage, I highly recommend getting tickets while it's still in London.
Not a fucking clue
Will give it a go
If only human conversations where like this.
tfw you arent going back til the 18th
tfw you aren't going back to the 30th/slightly before.
If it wasn't for the tube strike, I wouldn't mind too much about going back now, I do love London.
But walking for 30 mins in the rain to catch an ageing overground train is not fun.
just got back from the doctor, i've got a lovely case of pleurisy.
Just sunk £150 of taxpayers money (my loan) on a pair of brogues. Ha.
YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
You know a corporation is awful when workers are no longer just making strikes for their own wages, but protesting the shitty service, useless security protocols, and demanding reforms and manageament change.