Reminds me of a story from Paul O'Grady

He was travelling on a swish train with carriages

 

He decided to go to bed but leave the curtains open so he could fall asleep while the train was moving - very romantic.

 

Only to wake when the train came to a halt the next morning in the station with people on the platform staring at Paul's bare buttocks squashed up against the carriage window.

 

Saint posted:

Reminds me of a story from Paul O'Grady

He was travelling on a swish train with carriages

 

He decided to go to bed but leave the curtains open so he could fall asleep while the train was moving - very romantic.

 

Only to wake when the train came to a halt the next morning in the station with people on the platform staring at Paul's bare buttocks squashed up against the carriage window.

 

Saint posted:

Reminds me of a story from Paul O'Grady

He was travelling on a swish train with carriages

 

He decided to go to bed but leave the curtains open so he could fall asleep while the train was moving - very romantic.

 

Only to wake when the train came to a halt the next morning in the station with people on the platform staring at Paul's bare buttocks squashed up against the carriage window.

 

ROFL 

Yogi19 posted:
Dame_Ann_Average posted:

 you need to get checked out Twickers  

 Dame is right. Even if you were only out for a few seconds/a minute, you should get yourself checked out .

What does checked out mean? I've seen it inside out  

 

Consultant once a week if you are lucky.

 

The NHS ain't Haloed.

twickers posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Dame_Ann_Average posted:

 you need to get checked out Twickers  

 Dame is right. Even if you were only out for a few seconds/a minute, you should get yourself checked out .

What does checked out mean? I've seen it inside out  

 

Consultant once a week if you are lucky.

 

The NHS ain't Haloed.

I meant, if you banged your head when you fell, you should get checked out in case you have concussion 

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