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RiD acoustic gig at the Hawley by JanuaryVictim RiD acoustic gig at the Hawley by JanuaryVictim
I think this photo pretty much defines the evening.

Happy!Sue, Facepainting!Oskar, SrsbsnsDj!Dee and Notquitesurewhatshe'supto!Gemma
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zenagirl21 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Which one is you? : D
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JanuaryVictim Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009
I'm taking the photo ;)
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zenagirl21 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aww darn, hahaha.
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SilverTrash Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2009
Facepainting!Oskar is terribly CUTE. In an "awwwwww" way, a bit like a furry animal.
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JanuaryVictim Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2009
Is it very wrong that I was mentally trying to work out what animal he'd be in the I AM MAX tiergarten?
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SilverTrash Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2009
NOT AT ALL
I think he'd be a meerkat or a yellow duck. If you're asking.
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JanuaryVictim Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2009
I can see the resemblance to a meerkat, but it doesn't quite suit him perfectly. It needs to be something that you could imagine spending time with a unicorn...
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SilverTrash Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2009
Well he's definitely not a dragon...
I went into a shop today where there were rubber ducks.
Unfortunately I didn't think I could fit them in my bag, and they were the squeaky kind which might alarm airport customs even more (I wear too much decorations and stuff. I have never been through a sensor without setting it off. This year it was my shiny shoe buckle things.)
I'm also in a general state of edginess at the moment because my mother has developed the peculiar habit of shouting/whispering loudly "look! It's Chris Corner!" in crowded places, then adding "..if he was Indian/Really fat/Italian/A surfer"" or something along those lines after a few seconds of surprise.
wow.
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JanuaryVictim Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2009
I remember being absolutely mortified when my belt set off one of those arches. How was I supposed to know that the metal studs would cause so much of a problem?

That sounds like a cruel pastime on your mother's behalf.
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SilverTrash Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2009
I know! Then they do that thing with the weird detector thing and, as my friend put it, "you feel violated".
I've grown used to it now. I accept that it happens every single time, and I have learnt to expect it. Except if you happen to be very tired and don't notice the alarm and them beckoning you with their alien probing device, they get annoyed at you for walking away in the opposite direction.

It is. Thankfully she has stopped, now the majority of people we pass are English-speaking. (Although, in my first venture into town today, I noticed a lot of people speaking in different languages. Happily, my tiny town has become hugely multi-cultural over the course of about four weeks. I don't know how it happened, but I do like hearing other languages and going into all these new Turkish supermakets and things. It adds to the colour of life...)
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