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(BBC)   Tips for gate crashing Christmas parties   ( divider line
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2001-12-17 10:15:32 AM  
"But those prepared to blag their way in may well find a swell party or two.

A "swell" party? What the hell is happening to the BBC?
2001-12-17 10:40:36 AM  
...or just get some friends and party with them...
2001-12-17 10:56:11 AM  
That 'Hobbits' pic is dyein' to go into a PS, I think they're all running GigaProccessors...
2001-12-17 10:57:43 AM  
I fart in your general direction.....
2001-12-17 11:09:48 AM  
Two words. Drunk.
2001-12-17 12:53:03 PM  
The hoity-toity BBC putting out an article with a humous twist? Let me remember what comes next..Pestilence then Famine?
2001-12-17 01:20:28 PM  
like the pomes know how to party.
2001-12-17 01:34:45 PM  
spiffy. Last holiday party I went to involved copius amounts of free alcohol.

company parties can't be all that bad if you don't actually work for the company
2001-12-17 02:42:48 PM  
Give 'em a break, just a slow news day in Ole Blighty.

It was either this or piccys of Cleveland fans throwing beer bottles at the NFL refs, and THAT kinda shiat happens everyday in Liverpool, so it was this or nothing at all...
2001-12-17 04:12:33 PM  
I hate to tell you guys but most brits have not even seen a american football game and all presume its to complicated to understand.
Not me though i stay up up till 3 in the morning on superbowl sunday even when ive had to get up at 5am for work.
Denver broncos rule!
well they did, Where the hell is John Elway when you need him.
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