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I don't know what to believe about Stalingrad. I made the mistake of once reading a book by a Russian defector called 'Viktor Suvorov', who was clearly bonkers. I do believe that tickets to that music festival cost £125 though. Why would he lie about that?
Your doubts are justified, GB. If a Russian told me I had two knackers I'd still check my trousers at a convenient moment.The late Suvorov's views on The Glade remain a matter of conjecture, but The K Man is incapable of deceit, guile or adequate preparation for predictable weather. What I can't glean from watching Withnail & I and Animal House I simply address to him, and return a wiser, drunker man.
But surely you can't outdrink a medium-sized Russian?
The Glade sounds like the sort of festival where you could simply think yourself there. Completely free, gratis and for nothing!
Snoop, la France entière could not outdrink a medium-sized Russian, but I've had a go. Some of the consequences have been, in no particular order: alcohol poisoning, jumping down a 20ft hole, sleeping in a tree, riding naked up and down the lifts at the Moscow Film Institute at 0200 am, smearing a room with jam, and giving an impassioned and well-received speech in Azeri - a language I do not know. Sometimes I miss the place.Gadjo, The Glade experience can be re-created by sitting in a pond with a nose full of baking powder while someone plays dance music 1/4mile away in a tent made out of your wallet.
I didn't even try to outdrink a large Armenian the other week. The pot plant behind me did strikingly well...
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