Minutes of the Pembroke College Winnie-the-Pooh Society Elevenses Meeting held on the 21/10/2001 in AA20.
Present : Owen, Richard, Martin, Rob, Ben, Neil, Granny, Tom, Ian, Rosie, Andrew, Dave, Philip
Apologies : Jenny
- Owen opens the meeting
- Votes to censure Granny: Passed
- Ben and Granny pay their Pooh levies.
- Granny managed to do it in Rosie’s room without a mirror.
- Minutes of Poohsoc meeting from 13/10/2001 read by Granny
- Ian is making comments about Foundress court corridors: Passed
- Votes to condemn gravity: Passed
- Down with gravity
- Votes to censure the fire warden of AA for not doing their job properly: Passed
- Dave Henderson is mentioned.
- Reading: In which Piglet is entirely surrounded by water. (Very appropriate since we had an entire months worth of rainfall on the day of this meeting)
- Neil has been standing in Pooh
- Granny’s not had a bit for ages
- Votes that we’re not having the reading twice: Hung, visitor decides fish.
- Votes to censure Granny for reading chapter headings: Passed
- Votes to censure Ben another million times: Passed
- Votes that the above motion is entirely unfair: Passed
- Votes to censure Neil for putting words in the mouth of A.A. Milne: Passed
- Votes to censure Neil for sacrilege against A.A. Milne: Passed
- Votes to censure Ben for making sound effects: Passed
- Votes to get on with the reading: Passed
- Andrew had an enormous one last year.
- We go to formal hall
- Votes to censure Ben: Hung
- Votes to let visitors vote: Passed
- Rosie’s been doing things in the college bar and Granny has been watching.
- Owen is going to keep Dave up all night
- We sing Cottleston pie
- We have the Loyal toast
- Bar - table football
- Ben applies mascara to himself
- Ian likes Ben
- Votes that its Ian’s round: Passed
- Victorian library with a Green house stuck to it.
To Be Continued...
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