Ken

When you are pure exhausted & you just need a cuddle & a blanket & someone to stroke your hair?

Feelin that right now. Proper tired. I have been yawning all day & cba getting up early for the gym before work tomorrow.
Zzzz.

Sisterz.

My baby sister got broken up with yesterday.

She grieved by eating cheesecake & key lime pie & watching 1 sad movie. And now she’s over it.

I could not be more proud. She literally told him to be gone when she came home from work…and then he was.

I remember my first break up. From a proper relationship. It didn’t go as smoothly….the guy literally said “no, we aren’t breaking up”…..and then that was it. And a few weeks later HE broke up with me.

It was hilarious.

I happy that my sister is single. I have muchhhhh higher expectations for her than the wee punk she was dating.

Yay for smart little cookie sisters.

teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
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teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
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teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
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teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
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teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
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teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
Zoom Info
teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
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teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,A day in Tallinn, Estonia :We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. ^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^
v This is fact vMaurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).Matt tried to buy a hat. We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:Ran.Took a tram.Ran.Took a bus.Ran.Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:Waterbucket.Double Bass.Acetate.We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.All the best for now,Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.
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teamtorussia:

Hey Guys,

A day in Tallinn, Estonia :

We’re just back from the AK47 shooting range. Marcin accidentally shot a foot but luckily it wasn’t his own. 

^This is fiction, we are yet to suffer any major casualties however sore throat/chesty cough is a real pain^

v This is fact v

Maurice is fine. A Russian man fixed all the best bits so now we can most definitely go to Russia (at least the border anyway).

Matt tried to buy a hat. 

We went to a medieval tavern for lunch. It was quite delicious, we had Elk soup and ale and also a hog pie. Marcin went fishing for picked cucumbers whilst being yelled at by the tavern wenches.

On our way to see some art we found ourselves at Linnahall, a 1980’s heavily graffitied Olympic Regatta view platform/Russia defence bunker. Tom found himself connecting with his true street essence and will only answer to T-dizzle from now onwards.

We made it to Estonian Museum of Contemporary Art and thoroughly enjoyed Raul Keller’s “What You Hear Is What You Get (Mostly)” which was spread across 3 floors of the gallery (an old power plant). It was great to see so much space dedicated to Sound Art. It was extremely captivating if not a little eerie.

Afterwords we had a beer around the corner in an area know as the “chicken coop” (?). We bumped into Rael. We went to see a light installation which had just opened. It was from there that we:

Ran.
Took a tram.
Ran.
Took a bus.
Ran.

Watched a Japanese contemporary classical music concert. It even involved such instruments as:

Waterbucket.
Double Bass.
Acetate.

We really enjoyed the concert, it was a little unexpected but also very fantastic.

From here we manoeuvred back into the old town and ate a delicious Dereku Burger. Thanks to our mascot (a bottle of gin) we were refused entry to watch we can only imagine was the greatest pub in the entire city if not the whole of Estonia.

We’re now 100% completely ready to travel to Russia with Maurice fighting fit.

All the best for now,
Marcin, Matt, Tom and Maurice
 

My friends are driving to Russia and doing cool things on the way. Have a look why don’tcha.

This is hilarious.

Staying at my mates to help out with her baby & her sister who’s like 7 & and this 8 week old puppy andddd the puppy is going MENTAL.

He is chewing her window sill & my feet & my hair and my face.

Scratched.to.fuck.