Childhood heroes visit Manchester…

24 03 2015

Last weekend saw a momentous occasion.

Hulk Hogan posed for photos with Bumblebee.

Michael Jackson thrilled the crowd with a dance off against a robot pretending to be a human.

Clint Eastwood compared guns with Han Solo.

And Timmy Mallett, er, was Timmy Mallett.

This great meeting of minds could only mean one thing.

Stag do.

The host city was Manchester, which felt the full force of “Willyman” on the Friday night.

The numerous hens and their parties that were not so entertained.

That was until their friends Margarita and Chardonnay talked them around and then they loved a bit of Willyman.

After various Manchester hotspots had experienced the delights of this not so well-known superhero, we made our various ways back to the hotel.

I think it was about 4am in the morning before I passed out.

Thankfully my body clock got me up early after a few hours sleep (thanks body clock).

Before I knew it, I was on a golf course playing Footgolf.

Once we blew away the cobwebs, we returned back to the hotel for a quick rest / drink before getting ready to hit the town again, dressed as our childhood heroes.

As we ventured out, we were greeted with insults, compliments and laughter.

It was funny listening to people say “Who the f*&@ is he?”

It directly correlated to their age.

Apparently Mr. Motivator, Monkey and Axel Rose (!) means nothing to the youth of today.

The 80s reunion was marred Jimmy sneaking in as Hulk Hogan.

The 80s reunion was marred Jimmy sneaking in as Hulk Hogan.

And in case you were wondering, I was Dick Dastardly.

Great bunch of lads.

Great weekend.

Great memories for the stag.

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