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Saturday night
What do you do?
#1
Pubbing and clubbing?
Cinema?
Food and drinks?
Stay in?

What do you typically do?

Just curious. ?
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#2
Mainly stay in. I don't really do nightclubs (plus the ones down here you're likely to get spiked or stabbed), and do pubs (again some of ill repute and this weekend has been hijacked by farmers from Cornwall with their annual get together - bloody rude posh bastards most of them (the farmers not people in general0). Adding to that, I have little to no social life.
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#3
I work.
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#4
It varies:
Stay in (read, listen to music, watch a movie)
Go out to dinner with a friend
Have friends over

Don't go to the bars anymore. (are there any these days?)
Don't go to the movies anymore. (people talking, looking at their phones, expensive $$$)

Tonight I'm staying in and will probably watch a movie (have Lillies of the Field here from Netflix with Sidney Poitier).
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#5
I usually work but I'm off tonight. I'll probably have a couple of cocktails and watch some new Blu-Rays with some friends.
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#6
(05-03-2022, 10:10 PM)Parsifal Wrote: Tonight I'm staying in and will probably watch a movie (have Lillies of the Field here from Netflix with Sidney Poitier).

I watched it.  It was a fun feel-good movie.  I liked it.
Back in 1963 the boy looked stunning in tight white jeans.  And there were some shirtless scenes. Fancy  Yes!  Big Grin
No wonder he got the Oscar for best actor in that role.
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#7
Watch TV with chocolates of course Tongue
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#8
(20-03-2021, 12:04 PM)Hornylad Wrote: Love how he’s started playing with his socks rolled down showing us his succulent smooth blonde legs

(05-03-2022, 10:10 PM)Parsifal Wrote: It varies:
Stay in (read, listen to music, watch a movie)
Go out to dinner with a friend
Have friends over

Don't go to the bars anymore. (are there any these days?)
Don't go to the movies anymore. (people talking, looking at their phones, expensive $$$)

Tonight I'm staying in and will probably watch a movie (have Lillies of the Field here from Netflix with Sidney Poitier).

I don't think I have been to the cinema more than 5 times in ten years. Maybe it's my bad luck from previous experiences but I can imagine being very annoyed by the talking/looking at phones etc. maybe if they had a zero tolerance rule in a cinema and turfed them out straight away, I might consider going.
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#9
Ditto.

Years since I last went to a cinema.
It was not a good experience. Overpriced. Full of knobs.
You get a much better experience watching at home these days.
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