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Two Door Cinema Club

Two Door Cinema club are one of my FAVOURITE bands and myself and the boy secured tickets to see them live at Alexandra Palace in North London last October. It was the best day of my life so far; getting quite drunk in the Wetherspoons near the venue, munching sandwiches in the queue, drinking cider quietly at the back ignoring the support acts then going absolutely mental when the great band came on stage. One girl said I looked very Irish... must be the hair and freckles.

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My coat is an ebay purchase, its a Topshop factory second coat, £20! The bag is from Tesco, currently in the sale at £8.

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