Posted by sean on May 26, 2007 at 9:43 am in Pubs, Work Activities with No Comments

After a dull and humid afternoon, yesterday evening was very nice. Chris, Sam, and I went straight from work to the Dolphin pub to enjoy a couple of pints in the beer garden. We then walked along the riverside to another pub, The Boathouse, where we had a delicious meal and another drink or two.

We sat outside while we ate, and a number of dogs wanted to share our meals. You would have thought it would be annoying to have slobbering dogs jumping up at your table, trying to nick your dinner, but these dogs were so cute and friendly, you couldn’t help but pay them attention. They certainly had a taste for steak and sausages. Unfortunately for them, all they got was a few friendly strokes and not any of our meat.

After the meal, we walked back to my flat and watched Clerks 2. I have seen this film before, but it’s so good I didn’t mind watching it again and showing it to Chris and Sam who, up until yesterday were Clerks Virgins.

The film was just as funny the second time round, however the scene with the man and the donkey was rather disturbing. Mainly because our network administrator had pointed out the astounding resemblance he shares with the donkey’s “handler”. It was very, very scary.

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