Posted by sean on November 5, 2007 at 11:52 pm in Life In Bath, Pubs with No Comments

This evening I went to Bath Rugby ground to watch the annual firework display. It was rather impressive, and the only time The Rec has seen anything resembling entertainment since last year’s fireworks. My only gripe is that I thought the 25 minute display was quite short. Also, like when you go to an aeroplane display or the motor-racing, you secretly hope for an accident (or is that just me?). There weren’t any burn victims or stray rockets flying into Bath’s buildings, so no excitement this year.

After the fireworks, we went to Nandos and then off to the local pub. Simon, his Tottenham-loving friend and I had a game of pool. I was typically dire (I always am at pool), although I still insist Simon cheated by blocking the white ball, he aimlessly hit with hit, with his hand; thus preventing it from going into the net (is ‘net’ the correct term?).

A rare moment when Simon didn’t feel the need to cheat

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