Valentine’s Day!

Despite being under a rain-cloud of ill health throughout 14/02/17, I had the best day! 

Hanz Baxty had a spare ticket to see Bianca Del Rio, so I watched all her shit and soon became obsessed with this goddamned drag queen. So off we went to Manchester to see her! 

Our original ride there and back had been cancelled, so we ended up travelling by coach and stayed over night in The Bull’s Head (which was lovely and provided a cracking breakfast). 

Went to Revolution for our dinner which made me too fat for my dress (but it was cracking so whatever) and then had pre-dranks in the room to get ready with.

 After the show we were fairly hammered (not the best idea when ill, I know) and ended up trawling Manchester in search of a late showing of Fifty Shades Darker. We found a vue and attended the 23.30 showing with 3 other weirdo couples. 

We beat everyone to the continental breakfast in the am which you kind of had to take back to the room, so it was bfast in bed all the way ❤ 

Travelling back to Hull wasn’t fantastic, but the fact that we had such a great time plus the promise of McDonald’s upon arrival was fuel enough for the journey. 

Got home and died. But it was completely worth it because now we have an event to write our ELAP reviews on… Success!

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A little late… Semester 2

Last week was introduction week so there wasn’t much to take down, but yesterday (Tuesday 7th February) we had out first proper ELAP 2 with AlSimms. In a group we had half an hour to develop a newspaper. Ours was called The Cooperative Student, containing headlines, advice, puzzles, and it was free to all students. I also got confirmation that we could use novels for our book review, so when I get home this afternoon I’m going to write that.

In the afternoon we had our second lecture that alternates between RichMeek, StuMotts and someone we haven’t met yet called Jason? Anyway, they’re boring as hell and don’t seem to learn anything relevant to the assignments we’re doing, but you never know, I’ll probably be thankful for it by the end of the year.