2nd annual sou'wester - AKA Tapes and Capes kick off


#441

I’ll warn the Funzie virgins.

Shouldn’t take long!


#442

vinyls


#443

I wouldn’t mind poking my nose in at some point, if that’s ok. I’m low-maintenance/day release, as I just live up the road, and have a van I can sleep in, if it comes down to it.


#444

You have a basement?


#445

Calm down, it’s full of speakers


#446

Damm.


#447

Damn


#448

Dam


#449

Dee da da da…


#450

This is what I’m bringing so far…

Wondering whether 70 pints will be enough :thinking:


#451

I’ll bring a case of Stella just in case you run out :slight_smile:


#452

I so hope some of the people who didn’t make it last year enjoy the natural flora & fauna of Lopwell it really is a nice spot


#453

:joy:


#454

For Friday night maybe.


#455

Maybe it could be a tea total event :thinking:


#456

Maybe the Pope could be Protestant.


#457

Ulster says NO!!! to that as loudly as possible (unless there is a couple of Billion in folding involved in which case…)


#458

:+1:


#459

Fuck that, booze is the only thing that will get me through an evening of Ritchie explaining the 700 ways of making a cup of coffee.

Now, if we are talking Irish coffees :tumbler_glass::coffee:


#460

Here is the traditional recipe for Irish Coffee:

  1. Make some coffee.
  2. Pour proper Irish whiskey into a glass (none of that Scottish bilge water go raibh míle maith agat).
  3. Throw away the coffee, don’t feck about pouring cream down a spoon
  4. Drink whiskey
  5. Repeat 4 until maximum effect achieved

Simple really.