Service stations

What weird behaviour have you seen at the services recently.

I’ve just seen someone put a BLT sandwich pack from WH Smith’s into the microwave for warming baby food

Saw these guys at Clackett Lane. Dressed in their colour coded costumes. I don’t know why.

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Not behaviour, but I saw this exhibition a couple of years ago. Bloody brilliant

I worked with one of the wiggles at the commonwealth games once. Real nice chap. None of us had ever heard of the wiggles, so we were like “oh cool”. He introduced me to thai green curry. Life changer.

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probably so kids can tell them apart.

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That’s important while buying sandwiches, for sure.

Method acting?

First Rule of Wiggle Club is… spoiler

Second Rule of Wiggle Club is that Once You’re A Wiggle, You’re a Wiggle 24/7

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Would like to see a British road movie unfold in a series of service stations instead of kitsch diners

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well kids aren’t gonna care what situation they are in. “look mum it’s the wiggles buying a sandwich !” I salute them for staying in character in the most mundane of situations.

Who the fuck drives for four hours, pulls into take a leak, and then spends £20 on the puggies in the gambling area?

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Gambling addicts?

there is a British horror film which involves service stations. Can’t remember what it’s called though

People going to the service station for a day out. Seen this happening at Beaconsfield.

I saw Jarvis Cocker at Reading services once

watch Hush!

saw someone buy an own brand sandwich from Spar once

He’d only just met 'er!

I’ll admit this is a tenuous connection, but necessary to tell the story again. My other half’s belly-dancing teacher once worked on a phone-sex chatline with Po from the Tellytubbies.

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Beaconsfield services is pretty good to be fair