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About balti-pie

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  • Birthday 05/04/1979

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    dahn on the sahf coast
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    i like pies

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  1. I've got one of those fists too! Beautiful, they really are. I was on a lads weekend in Amsterdam a good 15 years ago, four of us drinking/smoking/etc etc. I'm sure you can imagine the scenes. Anyways, in the red light district was a little sex shop right next to one of the bars, and we'd noticed a fist in the window. It fascinated us. We'd walk past and visit it, and then on the last night we clubbed together and bought it. He's been a beautiful souvenir ever since! I'm seriously considering spraying him (him, he's a him, he's called fisty funnily enough) gold and treating him as a World Cup replica. He's latex so he'll need a bit of prep, but I'm game
  2. Glasto 2017 from the eyes of a first timer

    That was a really good read, and fascinating to compare it to Roskilde in your other post - which sounds a little bit more . . . what's the right term? full of twats!
  3. First festival advice, not Glastonbury

    Look after your feet, cos daaaaaammm you'll be using em fresh socks are like a beautiful pedicure always take wellies (jeez, I seem like a foot fetishist)
  4. Your favourite bar at Glastonbury?

    The Mandela and the Wood are my 'locals', cos I camp around there - but my favourite has to be the t+c bar, it now incorporates the craft bar next door as that's where my Grimbergen has moved to
  5. Ten hours Jesus! I can sleep for ten hours, I can drink for ten hours. That's about it. Your arse must be in tatters by the time you get to Cheddar, bloody hell . . .
  6. NYC Downlow

    It's all down to the music for me - if there was a metal LGBT venue playing Rammstein and Judas Priest all night with dark rooms and leather blokes all over the shop, I'd be right in there! But house and disco? God no. So as interesting and different as it sounds, I've got no interest in actually attending. The more adult goings-on in there are entirely down to the participants as far as I'm concerned, it's really not anyone else's business. If people want to get pious and puritanical about it then jeez they really shouldn't be at Glastonbury!
  7. Glastonbury Toe

    Not just AIDS, but galloping bad AIDS. the serious one. Get to your doctors, you poor manky footed souls
  8. quechua Fresh and black tents

    REALLY easy if you've got some 3 day old piss
  9. 2017 - The Changes

    The Earache express became my beautiful new Glastonbury home
  10. New security measures in place

    Don't blame me, blame Homme
  11. New security measures in place

    Nicotine, Valium, vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol . . . Vicodin! Not cyclozine! Sorry queens
  12. Kevin Bloody Wilson

    It's all a bit unreconstructed and very Australian, isn't it? He'd be too big for the cabaret tent but not really appropriate on the music stages, so I really don't know where you could put him!
  13. I will show you mine if I can see yours ...

    Hey Strangegoose, I was outside the Pilton Palais for the film on Wednesday 3:15 but presumed you really didn't fancy suiting up in 32 degree heat! I had some heat-related issues myself (three tents in that heat - not recommended) and had to disappear into the shade with a massive bottle of water for a couple of hours and ended up missing the meetup - but deebeedoobee, being the awesome person they are, is going to forward Groot onwards to me. He's had adventure no.1 at the festival already I'll take him on the beachy head marathon in October, got a couple of other plans for him too
  14. I always feel a bit sorry for the Scots and geordies who drive to/from Glastonbury overnight - that's a properly long drive. I almost feel like I'm cheating with a reasonably straightforward 4 hours!
  15. Plenty of boat routes over with less driving than Newcastle, though, if you're after a more direct route - drive down from the Netherlands to Calais or Dieppe and you can pop over to the south coast of England, Dieppe goes to Newhaven which is about three hours to Glastonbury. It'd be a great road trip!

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