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5 Things Subba-Cultcha learnt at Glastonbury

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Glastonbury has come and gone and Subba-Cultcha didn't want to be left out of all the fun down at Worthy Farm. So here's 5 things we learnt about the glorious event...
   

Flags are everywhere!

Pink ones, blue ones, pretty little yellow ones, every shape size and various levels of obscenity these fluttering wind catchers are everywhere. Aside from beautiful decorations carefully picked by the Eavis’ these are perfect navigation points for finding those stranded intoxicated pals of yours. “Where are you?” “Between the Flying pig banner and the pink one that says ‘flaps’”. [caption id="attachment_61011" align="aligncenter" width="300"]
Ahh Flags each one a beacon of hope Ahh Flags each one a beacon of hope[/caption]  

Everyone wants to be your friend

Ever heard a crowd of people calling out your name? Begging for an encore? No , sadly that’ll still not be a reality unless your fronting Kasabian. Although everyone from Pylon Ground to the Park Stage wants to be your buddy. You’ll be happily sat waiting for a band when the couple in front of you recall their 13 year experience of the festival and  how they’ve barely washed since coming. What’s more they also want to hear your insistent babble, and all nod knowingly as you state for possibly the 500
th time “This is the best festival in the world”.   [caption id="attachment_61010" align="aligncenter" width="300"]
Look at all those people, each one has equal measures of alcohol and knowledge to share Look at all those people, each one has equal measures of alcohol and knowledge to share[/caption]

Dolly Parton is beloved

It felt like Dolly Parton, a woman you could be mistaken for merely appearing in crudely adapted musicals based around her infamous “9 till 5”, was all anyone wanted to see this weekend.  A Parton patronage filled the pyramid stage to the brim that even the rain clouds were forced to retreat before her bizarre rendition of the “Benny Hill theme”. What’s more the crowd sported so many masks, t-shirts, banners and flags of the lady in questions’ face that if you had taken too many narcotics it surely would have led to a bad Dolly trip. [caption id="attachment_61013" align="aligncenter" width="300"]
It's like I'm seeing double, Dolly got about at the weekend It's like I'm seeing double, Dolly got about at the weekend[/caption]

Sleep doesn’t exist

Did you sleep? Were you really? Did reality and dreamland drift together in some weird haze the moment they slipped that 2014 rainbow themed wristband on. Whatever time, whatever place, someone is up and wants to party, give you tips and point you to the next DJ set. It doesn’t matter that you have work on Tuesday, sleep is for the rest of the year, Glastonbury is now. [caption id="attachment_61012" align="aligncenter" width="300"]
Ok so maybe some people do need a bit of shut eye Ok so maybe some people do need a bit of shut eye[/caption]  

Food is plentiful

Ever been tricked into believing that festival food is catered by the bloke that serves burgers in B&Q? Well prepare for the great unveiling, food is plentiful at Glastonbury and what more it’s delicious. Do you want Sushi? A burger made from Skippy? Well you can find all this and more, plus enough cakes and tea that even your Gran would wade through the mud to sit and watch Jagwar Ma with a lovely Victoria sponge. [caption id="attachment_61014" align="aligncenter" width="300"]
Yes it really is a geometric and culinary success Yes it really is a geometric and culinary success[/caption]

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