Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Easy Rider

previous post: Stoned to the Bone



  1. A friend of mine from uni got drunk and decided to cycle from York to Sheffield. He made it about 2 miles before falling off the bike, going to a friend’s house instead and getting back to halls in the early hours.

  2. A friend of ours had a bit to much to drink and was on the brink of being severely sick in the kitchen, so we put him outside, across the road in the middle of a field.

    Next morning he didn’t wake up because of hypothermia in combination with suffocating in his own vomit, it was fucking hilarious.

  3. stomabeutel: sounds like real fun!

    Oh and to all the non-Germans: look up stomabeutel’s nickname at Google image search.

  4. I would have let the idiot leave, too.
    “House mates? Sweep stakes?” Fucking moron.

  5. He worded it that way because he is from the United Kingdom.

  6. i can’t wait to blame my roomie for the next time i do something stupid. why did you let me go to work in a clown suit and perform a singing telegram to my boss about what an ass he is?! it’s all your fault i got fired!

  7. The words are “Sweepstakes” and “Housemates,” no matter what country you’re from.

  8. No. In New Zealand it would be “bets” and “Flatmates”. So you’re wrong.

  9. He put an unnecessary space in each word. So what. Those are pretty big words for most college kids to even know.

  10. CommentsAtLarge

    Let’s not give him too much credit here guys – I mean he’s obvioulsy mistaken the definition of “housemates” with “babysitters”…

  11. slicingupeyeballs

    Um ofaca, agree on the flatmates thing, but it’s also a ‘sweepstake’ in NZ. Like how you run an office sweep on who will be first to bang the new girl who’s a bit dumb but has nice tits, sort of thing…

  12. In american english it would not be housemate OR flatmate; it’s 1 house per person.

  13. # 3 is stomabeutel, very lame of you

  14. #3 likes to stay true to his name. Isn’t that right, shitbag?

  15. His legs must be real sore

  16. @Nexus, yep but I did not chose this nick, it was given to me by a higher power.

  17. I’m presuming that this guy is from Plymouth and to go to Exeter is a hell of a mission!

  18. I’m pretty sure Lee Mill is by Bristol. And the A38 is at the end of my road. Then again, the A38 is a long and ancient road. You can find out more about this by visiting my blog http://www.wanksoverroadhistory.org

    In America, it’s neither ‘flatmate’ nor ‘housemate’, it’s ‘probable gun owner’. Priorities, guys…

  19. Nah, Lee Mill is just outside of Plymouth, on the outskirts of Dartmoor

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