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Monday, June 25, 2007

A Meditation on Human Failings

When booking shows weeks in advance, it can often be surprisingly difficult to remember what time they start.

Or is it just me?

10 comments:

Karen said...

Oh God, really? What a drag. It's happened to me about twice.

(Speaking of things which are a bugger, I just gave myself a papercut right across my right palm beside the thumb. Obviously a hint to go to sleep earlier).

nailpolishblues said...

I just make other people plan stuff and tell me when to arrive, how to dress, and whether it's appropriate to be rude [apparently almost never]. Remembering stuff is too much like work.

TimT said...

Oh, it's alright, it looked like the first half-hour was just scene setting anyway. Plus I was at liberty to enjoy the back row, all to myself!

Caz said...

Isn't the time on the ticket? Or is that too obvious?

TimT said...

Perhaps a little too obvious for me.

Kirsty said...

The time on the ticket isn't always helpful, especially if you've said you'll collect from the box office on the night. In that case there's the you'll miss the entire day. Not that I've done that, but I might've turned up 4 days late if I hadn't organised to take a friend along too.

Kirsty said...

And then there's a chance you miss out an entire word...

Kirsty said...

Oh, this is ridiculous'll

TimT said...

Alas, I didn't have the picking up from the box office excuse Kirsty... but word or no, I see what you mean!

Caz said...

I like Kirsty's avatar, very cute.

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