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could it be??? :laugh3::laugh3:Ooops.
Maybe its some strange thing going around, cause the man sitting next to me (on the 2nd December) had also forgotton he was meant to be at the 1st December gig too.... and he'd only just got a ticket (but an excellent ticket) at the last minute for 2nd. He said his wife was rather angry.
You might still be able to get tickets for one of the remaining concerts in the UK if you really wanna go.Me, The Mrs & the boy were supposed to be going to the gig in Birmingham on 1/12/08, unfortunately due the fact that events led to me completely forgetting about it till yesterday means that we've missed it, And, as the thread title says I'm bloody gutted.
the fact that It's cost me £120.00 is inconsequential to the fact that I've missed what sounds like an absolute belter of a gig.
My son's putting a brave face on it, but i suspect he's almost inconsolable.
please feel free to call me a muppet if you wish!!!!
Gah, I just remembered my dream before going to the Sheffield gig!!how could you forget a gig???
and even if you forgot it... didn't you wife and son know when was the gig?? because all of you forgetting the gig is quite weird
I'm sorry anyway.. that looks like a bad dream
I agree!I love reading official type reviews - they always make me laugh
I didn't think Chris was particularly stroppy, re. the Bloomberg review. I did think the crowd took a while to get going, and the crowd on the tuesday was generally better than the first. Personally, I'd put it down to the seating arrangements. All the people who would otherwise have been going nuts at the front (like me) were scattered around the arena, and not bunched up at the front going nuts where the band would have seen them.
But I definitely don't think it was that bad. I loved it.
Those last reviews were much better