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Death Of The Journalist.

Last night I went to a Scroobius Pip gig with a few friends & had a thoroughly ole fashioned good time. Now for those of you who never heard of him, or his musical partner Dan Le Sac, please don't ask me to describe his music. It's not Rap, it's not Beat Poetry, It's not Hip Hop, It's not Rock, but it's kind of all of them at the same time and much more. Just have a listen and see. The title of this post is a song off the album if that sways you any.

So here's my makeup for the evening & the reason for this post.
Nothing spectacular but I'm pretty much in love with this lipstick.

It is Clinique Colour Surge in shade 12 Flamenco & it's beaut. From what I can gather it not available anymore beyond the likes of ebay. It's semi Matte, long lasting and super red! Love love love gush gush gush. Yeah so anyway heres a few pics from the night & you can see how it (and my sobriety) fairs.

looking special with scroob himself
puppet poetry
signed album to add to my burgeoning vinyl collection!
after the gig in the best bar in the world...ok belfast (Katy Daly's)
and finally this is how you end a gig.

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  1. Have Scroob and a beardy Ben Affleck ever been in the same room together??

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  2. I think the world would implode of that much beard existed in the same place

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