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kiwisue
01 December 2007 @ 08:25 pm
To explain - my 17th century group, The Routiers, has a tradition of organising group outings to view bad historical movies. In order to enjoy them to the fullest we meet at a pub beforehand - several drinks down, and we're nicely primed to watch the show. After the movie we usually have a deconstruction session at another pub.

Today's outing wasn't quite as drunken as past efforts - we're starting to feel our age. But a bunch of us met at the Red Cow in Penrith for lunch and a couple of schooners apiece before the session. Given discussion on the Australian living_history list for the past few weeks we were prepared for the worst... except it wasn't.

*Spoilers ahead*
The Good, the Bad and the UglyCollapse )

ETA: "Cheers" to the folk who are going to the Scarsdale tonight. Hope you have a great time.

ETA2: this is a very funny recap.