Posted by sean on December 3, 2006 at 9:16 pm in Bath City, Leeds United, Life In Bath, Movies, Ventures Outside Of Bath with No Comments

Yesterday was rather eventful. At midday I listened to Leeds United play Barnsley. The Whites only managing a disappointing draw, mainly thanks to the idiotic linesman who disallowed a perfectly good goal. Twat.

After lunch, I walked down to Twerton Park to watch Bath City take on Halesowen Town. Bath did somewhat better than Leeds and won 3-0, maintaining their lead at the top of the table. As the afternoon drew to a close and darkness fell, the temperature dropped. I stood pitch side, shivering in the cold with only a cup of coffee to keep me warm. That’s dedication for you.

In the evening I went to The Globe pub with Mr. Watkins. I had my traditional dish of choice, Hunters Chicken. Upon receiving my meal, I noticed that it wasn’t the Hunters Chicken of previous years which I had grown to know and love. It was presented in a far more stylish manner; maybe their chef had been reading “Food Presentation for Dummies”.

At the end of the day however, it didn’t matter how the food was presented, what was most important was the taste. I’m pleased to report that it was delicious. A year ago, I would have thought it impossible to improve upon such a divine dish but somehow, somebody did it. The latest Hunters Chicken offering is just delectable.

Once we had eaten, we left for the cinema. It was mutually decided that we watch Tenacious D (starring Jack Black). As the Odeon in Bath was fully booked, we drove to Vue in Bristol.

Like the Hunters Chicken earlier that evening, the film was more than adequate and well worth the admittance fee. Jack Black and his co-star Kyle Gass were both very, very funny, if not a little bizarre. Still, I have always enjoyed quirky and eccentric humour – I don’t know what that says about my mental state.

My trip to the cinema was improved by the fact I was allowed to fill my own Ice Blast cup. Unfortunately there were no free refills and I had to use the cup provided, and not the 5 pint goblet I happened to be carrying at the time.

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