Don't forget to knock before you go and take a pee
No awkward turtle will erase the memory
Annesley House by Twig 23

There’s always crazy stuff going on in bathrooms at house parties. And once seen, it can’t be unseen

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Just another party in the SW Annesley House by Twig 23

In London, “SW” stands for “South West”. It’s a way of distinguishing parts of the city (NW, SE, etc)

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Stripes in the sky on a saturday night Annesley House by Twig 23

London is known for having lots of air traffic. The stripes are “Contrails” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contrail)

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No one even remembers wearing boots and socks Annesley House by Twig 23

It’s far into summer

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Shorts and thongs, and maybe flip flops Annesley House by Twig 23

In South Africa, sandals are called flip flops. In Australia they are called thongs. So at first it sounds like the “thongs” reference is to shoes, but it’s actually to underwear, because it is clarified by “flip flops”

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Edward cider hands, the wizarding stick Annesley House by Twig 23

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If you're running kinda low down the roads a corner store Annesley House by Twig 23

In England you can buy alcohol from “corner stores” which are small goods shops

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So grab yourself a drink and leave your baggage at the door Annesley House by Twig 23

‘Baggage’ is meant in 2 senses here; both luggage and emotional drama

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The inevitble braai barbeque argument Annesley House by Twig 23

Annesley House is made up of a lot of people, mostly Australians and South Africans. Australians cook outside over a barbecue while South Africans call it a “braai” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braai)

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Looking straight north you got the Eye in the view Annesley House by Twig 23

From Annesley House, if you look directly North you can see the London Eye in the distance (http://www.londoneye.com/)

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