At Lazy Oaf Towers, we certainly have our fingers on the popular music pulse, and after a hectic week in the studio, we thought what better way to wind down than a groovy kind of night out at a Phil Collins tribute gig? We donned our all-in-one spandex jumpsuits, crimped our hair, and danced into the light, with a pineapple daiquiri in one hand and a zippo in the other, to some of our all time favourite Phil Collinâs classics, including the number one hit, Another Day in Paradise. We certainly were in Paradise! But at approximately 7.38pm, disaster struck. While enjoying a particularly energetic rendition of âEasy Loverâ, I had the misfortune to slip up on a rogue frankfurter, which I can only imagine had escaped from the delicious finger buffet that was on offer. As I struggled to get back on my feet (which was no easy task in my sling back stilettos), I was amazed to see my all time favourite 80s magician, dashing over to my rescue. Yes! You got it! My knight in shining armour was none other than Paul Daniels, complete with 3 sponge balls, a pack of ordinary playing cards and the beautiful, Debbie McGeeeeeee! I couldnât help but think to myself, âNow thatâs magic!â After slyly exchanging numbers with Paul, and sharing beauty tips with Debbie, I headed straight to the bar, ordering another round of daiquiris using the change Paul had extracted from my ear, just before he pulled a rabbit out of his bottom. After 18 more cocktails, we impressed some young men on the dance floor with some extreme lunges, accompanied by the sweet melody of âIn the Air Tonightâ. But horror of horrors, on one particularly deep lunge, Katie spotted a severed rock arm lying underneath a bar stool. Quick as a flash, Gemma wrapped up the tattooed limb in a novelty print paper napkin, and deposited it in her leopard spot handbag, to use as design inspiration back in the studio. Shortly after our gruesome discovery, we were asked to leave, due to Sarah hijacking the microphone and MCing along to Sussudio. All in all, a successful night out- Gemma found some great material for the new collection, I have a Valentineâs date with Paul Daniels, Shevonne won the âGroovy Kinda Lungeâ competition, Sarah has found a drinking partner in Debbie McGee and Alex has shunned cider for daiquiris. Katie is still recovering from shock. You can now buy the new Lazy Oaf badge packs, inspired by this excellent night out... 'Rock on Tommy' includes the anatomically correct drawing of the severed rock arm, along with the 'Mum' heart tattoo we spotted on Paul Daniel's left buttock as he performed his rabbit trick. 'Hot Dog' features the very frankfurter that slipped me up, and a mustard and ketchup bottle I saw Ms McGee secrete into her clutch bag. 'That's Magic' is a subtle homage to Paul Daniels and that poor rabbit... We can confirm that the RSPCA have since relocated Bugsy to a bedsit in Bethnal Green, where he is being well looked after. Also take a look at the other new sets of badge packs as they are super duper. 'Greetings' Greet your international friends by simply wearing the appropriate badge. Tres bonne! 'Fan Pack' includes Blob-heads, polka dots, smiley milk cartonsâ¦ the perfect badge pack for a Lazy Oaf fan. 'B-movie' Indescribable, indestructible, NOTHING CAN STOP IT! Itâs the B-Movie badge pack. Be afraid, be VERY afraid! 'Fast Food' Iâd like a double-whammy-meaty burger, a large fries and a cola pleaseâ¦ and Iâd like to eat it from a black and white chequered table cloth please. Oh, AND Iâd like to wear these badges while doing so. 'I Like Donuts' Mmmmâ¦*Dribble*â¦donutsâ¦ 'Munch Bunch' All the ingredients for a fruit cocktail! 'Swallow Anchor' Pin on these sailor inspired brooches, and try and stop yourself saying, âOooh, âello sailor!â woo hoo get pinning. Lazy Oaf
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