DON’T DO BANGOR STUDENT PUBS AT MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAYS, DUNCAN

More incriminating material to prove us elite GBG tickers don’t stick to cask in Guide pubs.

Leaving Patrick’s at a quarter to midnight on Sunday with two long days ahead on Wales :The Great Tick 2019, surely only Horlicks and Scottish shortbread awaited.

Just like BRAPA in Cornwall, Duncan can’t walk past an open pub that just might get in a future Guide.

Ooh Cask Marque

In Scotland it would be a shoe-in for GBG20, and not just because the local Beachcomber was NBSS 3.

May have been a second cask. Who cares
World beers

Parents who wondered what their offspring did on their Sunday nights during £9,250 courses in Applied Applications will be horrified to know it doesn’t involve uploading NBSS scores to WhatPub.

Yellow plastic seats – at least your feet touch the ground

Sadly note taking had gone to pot by now, but I can tell you that the Belle Vue had pleasant staff and customers who were notably more coherent, and better dressed, than us.

Well dressed man probably a lecturer

The clock struck twelve, but the Belle Vue carried on into Monday morning.

Unlike us. Anyway, a video of Duncan’s drinking arm. Stick with it, it’s quite hypnotic.

Yes, it was a late start the next morning.

Great views from the Management Centre

The walk up the hill and strong black from Yugen did the trick though.

12 thoughts on “DON’T DO BANGOR STUDENT PUBS AT MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAYS, DUNCAN

  1. “the Belle Vue carried on into Monday morning”
    Early lunchtimes is when I’ve known the Belle Vue, not a bad pub I thought, which will have been several hours before Miss TSM’s use of it.
    And you’re a year too late to catch her in one of your photographs.

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  2. Well dressed? Certainly, I suppose that if he had buttoned them up, then those leg-bottoms would stop those dog fleas and creepy-crafties from crawling up your trousers, yes.

    Must buy a pair.

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  3. The video clip is a welcome, if brief, new feature of the blog. Almost (but not quite) forgotten about that last pub but happy to accept full responsibility for it.

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  4. “Duncan can’t walk past an open pub that just might get in a future Guide.”

    He who gambles, at least gets a pint?

    “May have been a second cask. Who cares”

    I’m shocked. Opting for the refreshing blonde over the Old Rosie at your age?
    (I’d have opted for the Old Rosie; mainly because I’m married to one). 😉

    “World beers”

    I may not be the consummate man of the world; but those aren’t beers.

    “Yellow plastic seats – at least your feet touch the ground”

    And it really is ground this time.

    “Sadly note taking had gone to pot by now”

    The NNTSS* score was less then 2?

    * – National Note Taking Scoring System

    “Well dressed man probably a lecturer”

    If you call that better dressed… I shudder to think what you were wearing.

    “The clock struck twelve,”

    But the remaining three customers were unscathed?

    “Stick with it, it’s quite hypnotic.”

    I think the still life photo’s better.

    “Yes, it was a late start the next morning.”

    From the shadows I’d say it was early afternoon. 🙂

    Cheers

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