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Robert Wells or Mr Waters
Date: 6.22 pm, Wednesday 17th January, 2007
Subject: More round up of the very silly week
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So, where was I? Oh yeah, Saturday. Eventually dragged my hangover out of bed. The lovely billbo, whom I owe an awful lot, walked me to the bus stop. Oxford tube, Number 2, BPG, home. Had all of three hours to unpack, wrap a birthday present, repack and head out to Joss' birthday at some tapas bar on Wigmore Street. Splendid time had by all. Much sangria, but more water for me. Met many work colleagues of the fannymuffin who I had never met before. From there to Euston and a train to Rugby, rather than Coventry, due to engineering work. A whole 31 hours in coventry where I failed entirely to met up with kitty_in_rubber. Then back on the milk train in time for work at MV on Monday morning. Since then it's just been work in the library and failing to sleep at home.
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Marcus Ericsson 'Strongtrousers'
User: strongtrousers
Date: 9.13 pm, Wednesday 17th January, 2007 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Glad to hear you've been having fun. Any chance of your making it round to Archway after work one evening? It'd be good to see you if you have any time or energy left. I'll feed you gin and food.
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Robert Wells or Mr Waters: Andrew Jarvis
User: weaselspoon
Date: 5.28 pm, Monday 29th January, 2007 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Keyword:Andrew Jarvis
I do apologise. I have been neglecting you of late, dear boy. There must be gin, I think, and soon.
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Marcus Ericsson 'Strongtrousers': martini
User: strongtrousers
Date: 11.07 am, Tuesday 30th January, 2007 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
You are a bad, wicked and naughty man, and I shall punish your liver for it forthwith.

I'm free most evenings, except Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, should you find yourself at a loose end.
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