most of us have got mates who live in 'the party flat'...the place where you go to tear it up, to take your carry out, pre-party/ post-party and just party full stop. the flat that is always full of booze, always has the decks set up and ready to go and whose neighbours don't complain about the noise...
...well, welcome to Flat 0/1...
with plenty cheap booze, seriously good tunes and a double bed in case the couch is taken, we turn council tax letters into paper aeroplanes and eviction letters into roaches.
we won't be up for lectures in the morning, there won't be a flat inspection from the landlord, and as for nosey neighbours... they just tanned a bottle of mad dog 20/20 so they won't be bothering us for a while.
join us. no names on the buzzer... just hit flat 0/1.
Sorry, we've just bought a bunch of 2nd hand "teach yourself a language"
tapes from the car boot sale and we've come over all continental.
What's not been lost, however, is our ability to throw a good old fashioned glesga party with a boozy Scottish welcome.
Gallus, some might say...(to our English pals...ask yer Scottish mates for a translation)
For those of you who've never sat in our bath, lazed in our bed, played on our mega-drive or surfed on our couches... here's what to expect:
- A cosy home from home party flat that has a fully stocked bar, furniture straight from the 70s and DJs with a penchant for every decade since (and a few from the near-future too)
- Tea, toast, md 20/20, tenents lager, rums, bourbons, popcorn, mulled wine and cocktails will be happily dispensed by our regular flatmates while you soak up the retrosphere and marvel at what used to pass as classy decor.
- Quality buffets that won't involve you taking a hammer to the piggy bank can be heartily supplied by our friends next door in Lucky7 canteen and delivered to your sofa in oor wee flat.
CLICK FIR A PEEKABOO
Cheers, The flatmates