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    Most random thing you've found after a night out?

    In past experience's with my good friends mr fosters, carling and stella i've woken up the morning after to find some random things, traffic cones full of vomit, street signs etc.

    but never one quite so random as this -



    L.A.P.D's finest tactical cap gun :

    Now I vaugley remember waving it round in the back of the taxi home much to wiffles dissaproval but i have absoloutly no idea where it came from......

    Anyone got anything that tops this in the randomness stakes? if so please share as this is possibly the most confusing thing i've ever found in my pockets.


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    As you can probably tell I am at this point rather bored but just humor me and i'll go away

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    Sainsbury's Shopping trolley.....the big one

    18th Birthday.....my bedroom was on the 5th floor of my parents split-level house.

    My Parents were in bed on the 3rd...I slept on the 5th.....

    Deckard and Co got it all the way up 4 flights of steps and I slept with it

    The morning after, with the second worst hang-over of my life I had to get it down staris, single handedly round all the 180 turns, not scrape the walls, get it in my Allegro Estate and work out a way to drop it back at Sainsbury's.

    I got a bit of string, tied it to the inner boot lock of my Allegro Estate car, so when I pulled it the boot opened...


    I put the seats forward in the car, put the trolley in on a huge sheet of cardboard.....drove to the Sainsbury's car park, accelerated and spun on the hand brake while tugging the boot open.

    It worked....it actuially worked...the trolley shot out and I was gone (boot flailing wildly) back up the car park and off into the night

    Proud?

    Nope......was convinced I was gonna get nicked

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    ROFL thats hilarious....

    My best one was removing a 30ft yellow drainage tube section and a City Centre Canterbury bin and erecting then bin on the top of the 30ft yellow pipe as a monument outside uni Halls....

    We walked over a mile up a fairly steep hill with this pipe section, how we didn't get nicked is beyond me, as a police car came past us, only some sharp lookouts saved our skin heh.

    Looking out of the 4th floor room that i was in to see this outside the next morning along with our halls porter wondering how the hell he was going to take this thing down

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    does a broken ankle count?? I Have NO idea how I got it, but by eck it hurt the next afternoon when i woke up...

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    A lamppost...

    One of those big motorway ones...there'd been an accident outside the student halls in Wolves and a lamppost had come down. The emergency crews just shoved it off to one side and cordened it off.

    We came along, about 20 of us and decided that it's look much better propped up against the walls of the halls....and we were right, it did.

    The whole block was threatened with expulsion the next day, but nobody fessed up, and they couldn't do anything about it. They had a great video of a load of slaughtered guys with their shirt over their heads trying to navigate round corners....
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    After a night in JBs I woke up with a chair from Gala Bingo (there's a bingo hall next to the rock club) But there's a 12+ish Foot wall to get near it, which I apparently repeatedly tried to run up shouting NEO, NEO! When I eventually got legged up, I ran to the back door, kicked the fire escape door in, ran in and stole a big comfty chair.

    That's not the funny bit.
    The fact then that I walked it past the bouncers into JBs Danced with it all night and got random people to sign it until 3am, before getting a taxi and forcing the unwilling bloke to put it on his front seat! Lol!

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    has none of you drunks ever woken up with a lady?
    would of thought that would have come up in this thread
    i cant say, cause i cant even legally drink yet....

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    I went out on the "poor" one night, where I had £5 and that was it. (Lured out by Dave offering to buy me a few) can't remember the night at all, woke up hammered on my mate Dans (who didn't even come out) floor with £25 in my pocket. God knows.

    As for ladies, they're not the most random thing I've woken up with....
    They come as standard. Until My GF arrived, obviously.... *Begs for Mercy*

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    a dog lead but no dog?!?

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    Bird table, bench, numerous road signs, a mate of mine actually woke up with a kebab in his pocket (dont ask how), chili sauce lemon sauce & tomota sauce (all from chippy), womens pants, err can't think of any more.

    The bird table was best can't remember where we "acquired it from" but we left it outside a friends door, gave him a shock in the morning.

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    Err...
    A Lotus keyring.
    A huge hole burnt in my shirt.
    Loads of writing and drawings on my face.
    An A4 sized sign that said 'Hedgehog' crossing and had a crap drawing of a hedgehog on it.
    A front seat from a car.
    A lady (probably the most unexpected of the lot...)

    Good times :`)

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    A mate managed to get a very large Scooby Doo cut out which was used at the front of that cinema they do all the premieres at (Picaddily or Leicster square I forget) while in London for a stag do.

    Walked all over London with it on the way back to the hotel.... Would have loved to see the cleaners face when she opened the door of the room and seen Scooby staring back with the cheesiest of grins


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    Flashing yellow lights that are always stuck on cones, a few garden gnomes and also a set of temporary traffic lights.

    The last one, dunno how the hell we got that as there was no roadworks in the area at all, must have been taken from the local council compound near my friends house ...

    Oh the fun we had trying to sneak that back in at night

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    yesterday morning I woke up with a massive purple fury pimp hat and a digeree doo, can't get much more random than that!

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    Slick.. that has to be a lie.. thats too GENIUS.. a digeree doo and a pimp hat

    A legendary tale is that a mate of a mate woke up with a gargoyle that was going to be stuck on the side of a cathedral as part of a refurb. NO idea how he carried it home or anything. There was an outcry for weeks in the local papers and folk were searching for this thing...

    It was situated in his front room with a santa hat and a pipe for months...
    The towns folk never found it !

    my own stories are less random. recently woke up with a shirt on and a tesco name badge. the shirt was mine but how the hell did I get the name badge ?

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    various traffic cones, flashing lights, bruises, scaffolding,hair missing n other bits n bobs

    if war is the answer, then we are asking the wrong question
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