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It must be me, cos I see the trend for these Sunday afternoon do's spreading, but I can't see the attraction meself.

Sunday is normally, for me, the day I spend with the family after grafting all week. So by the time we've done what we want most of the afternoon's gone.

There used to be a couple of Sunday night do's 7 til 11(ish) I enjoyed, but they're rather thin on the ground nowadays.

As I say, it must just be me.

Tony

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They're for old people who cant hack being out later than 10pm anymore, ala Warner hotels (anyone who's been will know what I'm on about) This is the future trust mewhistling.gif

Steve (still on the right side of 50-just)wicked.gif

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After a good nighter,i can't hack these Sunday sessions.

Must get to one soon,its on my radar.thumbsup.gif

Fish of the Week - Pollacks.Nice with chips,mushy peas and a pint.(Caffrey's).

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After a good nighter,i can't hack these Sunday sessions.

Must get to one soon,its on my radar.thumbsup.gif

Fish of the Week - Pollacks.Nice with chips,mushy peas and a pint.(Caffrey's).

Note to poster, please dont have above, before trip tp Lifeline Saturdaywhistling.gif

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ALL- DAYERS ON A SUNDAY WERE APLENTY IN THE SEVENTIES. I BET THERE WERE PLENTY OF THE OWD F*C*RS THIS SITE WHO REGULARY WENT TO A ALL-NIGHTER ON A FRIDAY, THEN ANOTHER ALLNIGHTER ON SATURDAY NIGHT, THEN ROUND THE WEEKEND OF WITH AN ALL-DAYER ON SUNDAY [ then spend half of Monday heaving me guts up at work with nowt but air comimg out because i had'nt hardly ate f*c* all over the weekend. Used to 10st - 7lbs on a Friday and by Monday morning was 10st- 00lbs. Come Friday back to 10-7 again.The ultimate Weekends were the bank holiday ones ,when !!! im sure plenty of us would push out bodies and heads to the limits by attending one of the many Monday All-DAYERS that were in abbundance in the mid to late 70's. Used to cope quite well with the 3 + 4 event Weekends, but the ones that used to realy f*k me up - were the ones where i'd go down to watch Stoke on the Saturday afternoon. """"""!!NOW those were WEEKENDS and bearing in mind a lot of the sounds i danced to of that period were uptempo { Stompers }. But to many who did the same as meself , would we had have had it any other way ? we all no the answer to that

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It must be me, cos I see the trend for these Sunday afternoon do's spreading, but I can't see the attraction meself.

POP ALONG TO THE HORSE AND GROOM PUB, EAST LAITH GATE DONCASTER, ON THE 13TH DECEMBER AND YOU JUST MIGHT :thumbsup:

12 NOON - 7.30 ISH.

BRI PINCH

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I confess!! I go to the wheel for the Sunday sessions and do enjoy them, however do think they're over too soon (3-8,) although doesn't stop me staying out enjoying the company of other soulies in the pub next door afterwards. beer.gif During the late 70's did Wigan then straight onto an all dayer many times and looked like death warmed up!!

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ALL- DAYERS ON A SUNDAY WERE APLENTY IN THE SEVENTIES. I BET THERE WERE PLENTY OF THE OWD F*C*RS THIS SITE WHO REGULARY WENT TO A ALL-NIGHTER ON A FRIDAY, THEN ANOTHER ALLNIGHTER ON SATURDAY NIGHT, THEN ROUND THE WEEKEND OF WITH AN ALL-DAYER ON SUNDAY [ then spend half of Monday heaving me guts up at work with nowt but air comimg out because i had'nt hardly ate f*c* all over the weekend. Used to 10st - 7lbs on a Friday and by Monday morning was 10st- 00lbs. Come Friday back to 10-7 again.The ultimate Weekends were the bank holiday ones ,when !!! im sure plenty of us would push out bodies and heads to the limits by attending one of the many Monday All-DAYERS that were in abbundance in the mid to late 70's. Used to cope quite well with the 3 + 4 event Weekends, but the ones that used to realy f*k me up - were the ones where i'd go down to watch Stoke on the Saturday afternoon. """"""!!NOW those were WEEKENDS and bearing in mind a lot of the sounds i danced to of that period were uptempo { Stompers }. But to many who did the same as meself , would we had have had it any other way ? we all no the answer to that

F**kin great times, it was great being young back than.

If you do 2 nighters or a weekender now it takes all week to recover.

Having said that it is only in the last 4 or 5 years that I have had to slow down.thumbsup.gif

P.S. I stopped going to the football 10 years ago.

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not sure why the wheel sundays has these times but could be todo with people travelling from all over and wok etc Ill ask the question on there forum.

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It's open for a different kind of scene on most occasions.whistling.gif

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ahhhh

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I confess!! I go to the wheel for the Sunday sessions and do enjoy them, however do think they're over too soon (3-8,) although doesn't stop me staying out enjoying the company of other soulies in the pub next door afterwards. beer.gif During the late 70's did Wigan then straight onto an all dayer many times and looked like death warmed up!!

My wife often sez to me-Have a word with your Daughter, she doesn't come in till 5.

How can I???

I used to go out Friday and come back Monday.ohmy.gif

However, like you say, sat in Pub till later, my point is why not start later and finish later??

I don't see the attraction of the afternoon do- it's not a Dayer and it's not a Soul night.

Ah Well.

T

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the wheel is the forerunner of all these events and they can only have the venus till 8 or 9 and people have to get home ect, it all boils down to a hard boiled egg

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ALL- DAYERS ON A SUNDAY WERE APLENTY IN THE SEVENTIES. I BET THERE WERE PLENTY OF THE OWD F*C*RS THIS SITE WHO REGULARY WENT TO A ALL-NIGHTER ON A FRIDAY, THEN ANOTHER ALLNIGHTER ON SATURDAY NIGHT, THEN ROUND THE WEEKEND OF WITH AN ALL-DAYER ON SUNDAY [ then spend half of Monday heaving me guts up at work with nowt but air comimg out because i had'nt hardly ate f*c* all over the weekend. Used to 10st - 7lbs on a Friday and by Monday morning was 10st- 00lbs. Come Friday back to 10-7 again.The ultimate Weekends were the bank holiday ones ,when !!! im sure plenty of us would push out bodies and heads to the limits by attending one of the many Monday All-DAYERS that were in abbundance in the mid to late 70's. Used to cope quite well with the 3 + 4 event Weekends, but the ones that used to realy f*k me up - were the ones where i'd go down to watch Stoke on the Saturday afternoon. """"""!!NOW those were WEEKENDS and bearing in mind a lot of the sounds i danced to of that period were uptempo { Stompers }. But to many who did the same as meself , would we had have had it any other way ? we all no the answer to that

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