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  1. This thread has made me feel a lot better in that I know other people are feeling the exact same way as me. There's so much potential and pressure for glasto to be fun, that it all gets a bit overwhelming. I don't really like surprises and struggle with spontaneity, and so not knowing exactly how my weekend is going to pan out is stressful. The hard thing is the more anxious i am then the more likely something is going to go wrong so now I'm beating myself up for being worried! It doesn't help that one of my best friends won't be joining us at the farm until Friday/Saturday as she has tonsiltius, and she's absolutely gutted. A big part of me wants to not bother going and just stay at home for a week, but telling my friend that would be rubbing salt in the wound. Surprisingly reading a thread of other people lacking motivation and struggling will help me muster up the courage to get up at 1am tomorrow and go to the farm! Hope you all have a good festival!
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    Struggling Enthusiasm

    Hope your festival goes well @priest17 and everyone else here. I seem to go through peaks and troughs of feeling really excited, and then not wanting to go. It's a good thing I can't sell my ticket. If they cancelled the festival at short notice I would properly not be particularly bothered, which is quite sad really. I struggle with anxiety and there is so much going on at Glastonbury that it can be overwhelming. Knowing that it can be such a fun and amazing place means that the pressure for it not to be ruined by my MH is ramped up. Sounds a bit pathetic that I'm complaining that the festival is just too good really!
  3. Personally I can't think of anything worse than eating a sweaty cheese string matured from being in my wellies all day
  4. Personally I can't think of anything worse than eating a sweaty cheese string matured from being in my wellies all day
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    Hurt/Heal Game 2019

    Including my post above which has been missed!
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    Hurt/Heal Game 2019

    Stormzy -  30 Tame Impala -  85 (+5) Two Door Cinema Club - 60 Jon Hopkins - 73 Jorja Smith - 50+10 = 60  Interpol - 60 Pale Waves - 45 Cat Power -  52  Michael Kiwanuka - 50 The Killers - 33 Chemical Brothers - 79 Wu-Tang - 35 Jungle - 50 Bugzy Malone - 60 Hot Chip - 107 Kate Tempest -  70 The Cure - 85  Vampire Weekend - 75 Kylie - 60 Christine & The Queens - 80 (+5) Dave - 50 Janelle Monae - 70 Kamasi Washington - 50 The Streets - 55 Friendly Fires- 56  Rex Orange County - 60 Little Simz - 65
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    Hurt/Heal Game 2019

    Stormzy - 45 Tame Impala - 70 Two Door Cinema Club - 55 Jon Hopkins - 65 Jorja Smith - 45  Interpol - 60 (+5) Pale Waves - 50 Cat Power - 50 Michael Kiwanuka - 50 The Killers - 55 +5 Liam Gallagher - 30 Chemical Brothers - 60  Courteeners - 15 Wu-Tang - 50 Jungle - 50 Bugzy Malone - 50 Hot Chip - 60   Kate Tempest - 60 The Cure - 60  Vampire Weekend - 50 Kylie - 50 Christine & The Queens - 60 Dave - 60  Janelle Monae - 60  Kamasi Washington - 50 The Streets - 50 Friendly Fires- 50 Rex Orange County - 50 Little Simz - 60 (+10)
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    Crowd Tolerance

    Went to Primavera Porto last year and the weather was unseasonably wet (rained most of the time) and cold. Most of the people there hadn't brought proper raincoats so the festival decided to hand out massive umbrellas. The crowd in general was quite short (apparently Portuguese people are on average 4cm shorter than English people, who knew? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_average_human_height_worldwide), which at first seemed to be a good thing as at 5 ft 9 and 6 ft 2 myself and my boyfriend had great views of the acts on. However, every time the heavens a sea of umbrellas opened and all of them with the spikes at our eye height! I was neither tall enough to see over the umbrellas properly or short enough to see under them.
  9. Run out of upvotes but love this!
  10. I quite like the flags. Went with a big group last time and don't think any of us complained about the flags. Unless you're a big tall man you probably can't see the stage perfectly due to peoples heads anyway and the flags are nicer to look at than plain sky.
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    Getting there...

    We got this train last time. The train was delayed but imagine that doesn't usually happen every year. As it was delayed the reservations weren't valid, but there were enough seats for everyone on the train so it wasn't a problem. Our group of 4 got 4 seats together no bother. The wait at Castle Cary for the shuttle bus in scorching heat was the main problem!
  12. Just received this from EE, may be of interest to some of you! (I'm not sure if the link is specific to me though)
  13. You really did hit the jackpot there! Incredible
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    My friend took eggs last year in his back pack on the coach. If you buy the fancy Burford Brown variety they will survive the journey due their thick shells. He scrambled them on a camping stove with some chorizo and everyone was jealous. The blue shelled variety did not fair so well.
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    Emotional Moments

    Saw a guy propose to his girlfriend whilst The xx were playing Our Song in 2017. There were about 50 of us gathered round to congratulate them and every single person was in floods of tears.
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