Latitude: Random stuff!

Here's some random lists of things we've seen while out and about on site, assembled by the UNCUT Latitude work team. That's us.

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Here’s some random lists of things we’ve seen while out and about on site, assembled by the UNCUT Latitude work team. That’s us.



FIVE THINGS YOU CAN BUY ON SITE
1. A spiritual doorbell = £10
2. A copy of the Saturday Guardian from the supermarket tent in the camp site = £1.80
3. Dirk Bogarde’s “Snakes & Ladders” from the bookshop = £3.50
4. Yellow Magic Orchestra’s “You’re Gonna Miss Me” (slight surface scratches) from the second hand record shop = £1
5. A comedy hat = £10

OUR ON SITE FOOD RECOMMENDATIONS
Allan — sausage baguette (£4)
Michael — chicken fajitas (£5)
Farah — chicken Thai curry (£6)
Terry — chicken fajitas (£5)
Louis — vegetarian Thai red curry (£6)

FIVE BEST T SHIRT SLOGANS
“Men Lie” (worn by a man)
“I Don’t Like Labour” (worn by a child)
“Westerburg High Class Of ’88” (for all you Heathers fans reading this)
“Tom Baker For Prime Minister”
“My Dad’s In Prison” (worn by a baby!)

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