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How long have I been sat here now? The watch says... 7.25PM. One minute more, then I'll walk down the stairs to the train. Mmm, warm hands at least now; coffee can have multiple uses I see.

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Introduction

Travelogue It's cold. I'm cold. So cold that I can just see the smallest little flakes of snow beginning to fall from the night sky. Well not that I can see the sky, I can't even tell if its cloudy, the orange glow and the glare of street lamps mask everything above me. Hang on; it's snowing, so it has to be cloudy, ha! Let me check my watch; it says 7:00PM, I think it's usually a few minutes fast. Such a tacky and cheap watch it was, straight from Argos's bargain section to replace the beautiful, expensive Italian one I had stolen at school. But need over nice! 7:00PM means my train isn't for another 30 minutes, but a nice, well-lit train station is looking much more appealing than loitering around on some dark, dank, and downright dangerous Nottingham streets! Ah here's the bridge, I can see down river at a pair of small but long... ...read more.

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It would still be fun though! But let's just get to the station shall we legs? One foot after the other, left and right, damn I really like my shoes, so sparkly, I love that little shoe shop near the church, they have the cutest shoes, even if they do cost a bomb. Am I worth it? Hell yes! But if I don't walk a little faster, those 2 thuggish looking brutes that are about 10 metres behind me will get a little too close for comfort. I can see you two you know! In the reflection of the glass of the bus stop ahead of me, you fools! Damn you're UGLY, you like someone has slammed a cheap and nasty cheese and tomato Pizza with a concrete base into your face! It's lucky I'm not downwind, they look like they smell bad too! Ugh. Well at least the station is like 20 metres away, when I get there I can stand near the coffee shop. ...read more.

Conclusion

Where my train? There's 3... one says LONDON DIRECT on the front, so let's forget that one. London is a bigger, smellier dive than Nottingham! The one on the opposite platform is clean, shiny and looks very fast, so let's forget that one, I wouldn't be that lucky. This has to be mine: graffiti covered. Way to go MIZTER X, your work hasn't gone unnoticed. But it has already been forgotten. On I get to the rust bucket. This makes that rotten old canal boat look like a Formula 1 car. Sigh. "Tickets Please" Upper left coat pocket: where is it, I know you're there. No? Lower right pocket: I can't even get my fingers in there, way too tight, so that's a no. Where are the rest of my pockets?! "Tickets duck?" Ah that duck would be me. Not to worry, I'll just buy a single home. Purse out my pocket, and it's... empty? Bare, barren, devoid of money. "Have you not got a ticket?" Damn that coffee. ...read more.

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