A forum for discussion of Social Activities
#847372 by joeyc
03 Jun 2013, 23:01
I'm Au, but always up for a social :D .

I think the prob was simple, with changing schedules people had to cancel last minute. Fair play, it happens, I know my calendar fluctuates most of the time.

Perhaps weekend socials are the way forward with weekday meets being the informal ones Sealink speaks of for whomever is around :?

Always good to meet the people behind the posts 8D
#847387 by gfonk
04 Jun 2013, 06:26
Sealink wrote:I am out and about in London regularly and am always up for a pint or two. Of coffee ;-)

Joeyc that's a good one lol
I'm still new to v-flyer so not too sure about the etiquette yet but could I arrange a coffee?
#847473 by CHill710
05 Jun 2013, 03:27
gfonk wrote:
Sealink wrote:I am out and about in London regularly and am always up for a pint or two. Of coffee ;-)


Joeyc that's a good one lol
I'm still new to v-flyer so not too sure about the etiquette yet but could I arrange a coffee?


Go for it. If you name a date time and location I am sure a few of us v-flyers will be available.
#847479 by gfonk
05 Jun 2013, 06:28
CHill710 wrote:
gfonk wrote:
Sealink wrote:I am out and about in London regularly and am always up for a pint or two. Of coffee ;-)


Joeyc that's a good one lol
I'm still new to v-flyer so not too sure about the etiquette yet but could I arrange a coffee?


Go for it. If you name a date time and location I am sure a few of us v-flyers will be available.


Great! :-) thanks sealink
I have an end of year exam at end of this month but will propose a date after that. Would be cool to meet some of the faces behind the posts.
#847492 by Sealink
05 Jun 2013, 10:15
Be prepared for a shock.

I can't speak on behalf of the others but meeting me is like the opposite of the Virgin advert.

Actually, I'm the guy who spills ketchup on his shirt.

;-)
#847493 by gfonk
05 Jun 2013, 10:16
Sorry that was meant to be thanks also to CHill710
#847494 by gfonk
05 Jun 2013, 10:18
Sealink wrote:Be prepared for a shock.

I can't speak on behalf of the others but meeting me is like the opposite of the Virgin advert.

Actually, I'm the guy who spills ketchup on his shirt.

;-)


funny!! ^)

are most of the regulars working in London?
#847659 by DragonLady
06 Jun 2013, 18:53
gfonk wrote:
are most of the regulars working in London?


Regular posters or attenders?
A good few posters live in London/SE or are able to get into London reasonably easily.
However, some of us live further afield and this makes travelling into London impossible on a week night ( and not always easy at a weekend either).
I haven't been to any of the recent social events primarily for this reason but managed a couple of River Boat Shuffles some years back ( and great fun they were too :) Thanks Bazz ).
Something non -London centric would be nice for a change :D.
DL
#847666 by Neil
06 Jun 2013, 20:27
DragonLady wrote:
gfonk wrote:
are most of the regulars working in London?


Regular posters or attenders?
A good few posters live in London/SE or are able to get into London reasonably easily.
However, some of us live further afield and this makes travelling into London impossible on a week night ( and not always easy at a weekend either).
I haven't been to any of the recent social events primarily for this reason but managed a couple of River Boat Shuffles some years back ( and great fun they were too :) Thanks Bazz ).
Something non -London centric would be nice for a change :D.
DL


Yes London is difficult for us that aren't close. We have done socials in Manchester and York fairly recently and maybe another Northern based one is due soon!
#847672 by gfonk
06 Jun 2013, 21:17
DragonLady wrote:
gfonk wrote:
are most of the regulars working in London?


Regular posters or attenders?
A good few posters live in London/SE or are able to get into London reasonably easily.
However, some of us live further afield and this makes travelling into London impossible on a week night ( and not always easy at a weekend either).
I haven't been to any of the recent social events primarily for this reason but managed a couple of River Boat Shuffles some years back ( and great fun they were too :) Thanks Bazz ).
Something non -London centric would be nice for a change :D.
DL


Both I guess. I also live nearer to Cambridge but work in London.

I would be happy to attend a social a bit further north someday.
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