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> The Glasgow Underground Song
daddymuzza
post 30th May 2007, 04:02pm
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTYUx8TGQq4...ted&search=
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post 14th Jun 2007, 02:45am
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Long time since I heard Francie and Josie singing this one


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post 7th Aug 2007, 03:25am
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BigArturo1
post 13th Nov 2007, 03:31pm
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If you want a laugh about the subway exploits, log on to :

http://www.subcrawl.co.uk/

which is the official sub crawl website. For the uninitiated, a sub crawl entails a trip round the complete circle getting off at each stop for a drink in the pub nearest the station then back on the subway to next stop. I've been on many with my pals and (barely) lived to tell the tale as 15 stops means 15 drinks and you have to measure your intake or risk oblivion. Some foolhardy people think they can manage a pint at every stop but 15 pints is just too much and they usually fall out about three quarters of the way round the circle in a delerious state.
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