If you were going on a long train journey what would you take on the train?

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Like 4 hrs or so

Nintendo Switch or a good book.

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Actually, why not both?

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Any snacks?

My good friends at DiS in my mobile telephone.

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headphones

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Phone charger
Headphones
Decent size bottle of water
Decent amount of music downloaded cos 3/4G is very patchy and train WiFi is almost all terrible
Book
Some kind of computer game to play

(4hrs isn’t long, lol)

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Train Beers

EDIT : Unless I have to do something at the other end, in which case - a book.

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My phone and headphones for music, a book, and depending on the time of day, some train beerz

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Some food
Coffee
Knitting
Book

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Headphones (noise cancelling)
Kindle / comic books
Shit loads of snacks

Phone, but I would normally have that with me.

Quite busy today so I don’t think I have time right now to discuss what constitutes a long train journey, but I might come back to this later.

Something to look forward to

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Couple of valium

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4hrs

  • long
  • not long

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Switch

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As above:

Phone charger
Kindle
Switch
Noise-cancelling headphones
Snacks
Beers

Assuming I’m travelling alone.

Long train journeys are the only time I buy print newspapers really. Don’t read them though.

Always raid M & S food for Hog Roast Sausage rolls and snacks too.

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It’s on the verge of long. It’s the shortest train journey could say was long, really (well, over three and a half hours). But it’s not properly long.

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Bottle of Ginger Pepsi max and a packet of S&V squares.

Maybe a sausage roll as well

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I would call it “medium”

I have to go to Bristol soon, 5hrs from Newcastle :frowning:

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