I'm pretty free most days. I have stupid working hours but it means I'm free in afternoons and evenings. Although I'm pretty broke. Maybe I shouldn't have spent £15 on that Sylar action figure yesterday.
I'd definitely be up for something like this! I'm pretty much free any day... Tuesday the 16th would probably be the worst for me though, but I'd probably try to wrangle it anyway if it were the date agreed upon. :)
It's looking more and more likely it will be a weekend, as opposed to the 16th. I'm pretty much free all afternoons and evenings, as I get off work at 2pm and I have no real social life. But I agree, the more GQMFs the better.
HAI! I would love to meet up with you GQMFs at some point - I'm seeing the film in the IMAX on the 18th but otherwise I'm basically free whenever as I live pretty central and am doing an unpaid internship where I can basically work the hours I want. Yay!
Edit: Although I probably should add that I've got quite a few evenings booked up already as I go to the theatre a lot.
I WANTED TICKETS TO THAT PREVIEW SO BADLY!! *dies* Who knew they'd sell out on the members only pre-sale. So guess whose going to be there on Friday morning hoping that there's tickets on the door? *sob* If not, I'm waiting at the stage door and will kidnap meet Gareth David-Lloyd. <3
lol my mum is also a Quinto fangirl. But so am I so it all evens out.
No idea when to even suggest to do this. I'm in over my head with this post. lol.
I'm free any weekend day, really, except the 27/28th, but not free during any weekdays due to school. :/ And IMAX would of course be wonderful but if it means people can't make it then we can always go to a regular cinema, right?
My housemate totally doesn't understand. I keep trying to talk to him about Star Trek and he blocks me out! My other housemate hasn't seen it, and the other did, but again, just seems to *like* it. HOW IS IT NOT HER LIFE NOW???
I know right. It's compleatly strange that someone could see it and walk away just liking it. Didn't even know that was possible. It's not just a ~likeable~ film, it's a way of life. And don't get me started on people who won't even go see it. PEOPLE DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE MISSING!