- Throwing shit out of a hotel window….
I’ve just thrown the remnants of half a pack of Aldi pistachio nuts or the window! Not quite the rock’n’roll equivalent of a television, but still, a minor highlight on this business trip.
Toilet rolls have also featured in the past, mostly due to drunken shenanigans….
What rock star moves have you pulled?Posted 3 months agowrightysonMember
The very first night i stayed at mrsws parents house I woke with the urgency of needing a piss. We were both young and had been told we were not sleeping in the same room, 23 years ago, fair enough their house their rules. Now my main problem was it was pitch black and I’d never been upstairs before, I had visions of entering a room and seeing her parents faces thinking I was trying to sneak in to their daughters room.Posted 3 months ago
Desperation was now setting in so I climbed on a bookcase thing and pissed out the window in to the darkness below, blessed relief!!!
On waking early the next morning I looked out of the window to be greeted with a line of washing below, to this day I still dont know whether it recieved an extra rinse!binnersSubscriber
One of my mates, who to be fair has always been a bit volatile, got so annoyed watching the footy* that he threw the telly out of the window.
He lived quite high up in a tower block and the telly never made it to the floor but spent quite a while hanging, smashed from the branches of the tree it ended up in
* he’s a City fan and this is when they were shitePosted 3 months agotheotherjonvSubscriber
I climbed the city centre Christmas tree in Liverpool.
With 20 other outdoor education students.
Well, out head torches would have made it look *really* pretty for the 21st student to take a picture of.
Myself and a number of other students climbed a normal tree on the outskirts of Durham after a sports club Christmas Dinner. Many of them were in DJ’s, and to a passer by it may have looked like a flock of penguins (flock?) roosting.
Unfortunately the next passer by happened to be a car carrying a member of the Durham Constabulary. Fortunately, ‘it’s OK occifer, we’re students’ was acceptable as an explanation as long as we promised to come down and go home ‘quietly’.Posted 3 months agoscaredypantsSubscriber
My ex-GF trimmed off my man garden once and threw it out of the window of our scuzzy Nice hotel room (up near the SNCF).
It was like a fuzzball on the pavement and we howled as somebody starting kicking it up the street!
I had a lad worked with me for a while who’d had a french girlfriend – quite the modern artist. She shaved off his pubes for use in one of her works (which already had LOADS of hair on it).
… and a mate of mine was once walking past some flats up near Canning Circus in Nottingham when somebody chucked a telly at him from a high balcony. Shit aim/delivery but even so, not very welcomingPosted 3 months agojohndohMember
We were on a biking weekend in Wales many years ago (staying in Criccietch) and I woke up desperately needing to pee so I pee’d into the basin in the bedroom (no en suite). Embarrassingly the waste pipe went straight out of the wall and onto the top of the conservatory below where people were having breakfast. 😂Posted 3 months agonorthernsoulSubscriber
Best I can manage is a flaming pizza – as a student I came in after a night on the town and feeling peckish put a pizza in the oven. When I awoke some time later there was a layer of smoke in the top half of every room throughout the flat. Opened the oven and threw the now on-fire pizza out of the kitchen window (immediately over the door to the flats). My flat mate didn’t wake up (probably because as usual he was stoned). The morning after there was a lump of charcoal on the path…Posted 3 months agosquirrelkingMember
Hmm, during student days we did get told off for flinging stuff out the hall windows.
Made a massive soggy tissue from an entire industrial bog roll that set off burglar alarms all around when it hit the deck.
Also discovered fluorescent tubes glide rather gracefully and rather far (yes, I know, bad!).
Amazingly the only time we got in serious trouble was when we were flinging snowballs and hit someone, once, from the accommodation office who was walking past. Not even big ones, just the rubbish ones you make off of window sills.Posted 3 months agotomdSubscriber
Stayed at Red Road flats in glasgow for a while. Would occasionally hear golf balls bouncing after being chucked off a top floor balcony (30 floors up).
No idea which part of Scotland they’d of finally landed in.
Golf balls sounds pretty nasty. Used to have to have to walk through big high rise scheme near there for work. The main scary thing I saw people throw was potatoes. They just liquidised when they hit the ground but I’d imagine a King Edward from the 23rd floor would take you down. Oh and people. Someone threw themselves out when I was walking past from the top. If they’d hoped they’d soar a bit they misjudged the wind, which meant they basically tumbled down the side of the building. Very grim place. I think I was too young to fully appreciate or be affected by seeing that.Posted 3 months agojohndohMember
As art college students we went for a weekend in London and we had a big party in the hotel where we were staying up about the 8th floor. Someone was sick out of a window (this was a long time ago before such safety measures as secure latches) and the sick splattered all the way down the side of the building. Later on we had a pillow fight where a pillow exploded so we emptied the feathers out of the window.
The next morning there was the lovely sight of a ‘sick and feathered’ building exterior.🤣Posted 3 months agomcj78Member
many moons ago on holiday with a bunch of mates in Ibiza, one of them ended up with quite a bout of food poisoning – he’d burned through about 4 bog rolls in 1 day & was in there shouting for more, we were having a beer on the balcony & being terrible people no one offered to help, all went quiet then he strode past a couple of minutes later, completely bollock naked & without stopping or saying a word he launched a damp, heavily skidmarked hand towel into the air, it arched high over the busy street below and landed perfectly draped across the railing of a first floor balcony – the room must have been empty as it stayed there for a few days & became a tourist attraction.Posted 3 months agoMalvern RiderMember
The main scary thing I saw people throw was potatoes
😬 I know ahem an overhung student in a tower block who one sunday morning lobbed every single potato* he had at the Sally Army who had set up at beneath the balcony with their godly brass section at an ungodly hour. Tried aiming for the tuba opening, but fast ducking and hiding spoiled trajectory.
*New season. Like Jersey mids but gone over.Posted 3 months ago
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