Right, we all like a good moan, don't we? Sure we do it's part of our nature! Yup some of us for sure moan more than others, some folks just seem born to moan. Whilst I can hardly claim to be a heavyweight, top level moaner I do like a good moan.

I'm mainly moaning about the UN's inability to do anything other than nothing right now. The high cost of living here in London is a particular favorite, unlike the Syrian crisis the cost of living in London moan seems set for a very long lifespan. The tube...oh let's not forget the tube!

So yes, I like a moan, they can be quite fun, and entertaining..and a hotbed of learning, some of the greatest debates of all time have consisted of nought more than a series of well presented moans,  moans get a bad press.

When people moan a lot changes can occur on a massive scale. The Arab spring all started with a bundle of moans in the right places. I'm not suggesting we start a revolution with our combined moans here in London not on my agenda at all. Rather I'm suggesting a slightly different scenario. I'm suggesting perhaps once...hmm maybe even twice a week some moaners get together in some souless, overpriced bar in central London and have a good moan about whatever they want to. You could moan about your boyfriend/girlfriend, job, politicans, landlord, bigger things, smaller things.

I'm not talking about sitting there putting the word to rights, I'm talking about having a moan. Of course by moaning you will be presented with solutions to your issues by fellow moaners a bit like a support group if you wish to view it that way. Really actually it's just a bundle of people having a moan over a beer or two. If you think about it...it really should be quite fun, which means there has to be a limit to how far you go with your moans.

I can imagine an uneasy silence if for example, people had been moaning about thier job/ girfriend or something like that and then someone pipes up " Oh my cancer is really getting me down this week". That would be too heavy, if you do have cancer I'm not saying don't come by all means do but don't moan about it atleast until we know you better. There has to be limits and no offence meant to anyone suffering with any serious condition...you have a right to moan but more suitable to a heavyweight moan club, this is more light/middle weight. In a nutshell, it's a chance to get your moans/issues out with a sympathetic group doing the same in a fun way, beer and moaning could be fun and quite darkly comical. Whilst not wholesome I think it's healthy.

So I'll start this group if at least 4 moaners are up for it. Random moans in crap bars...sounds crap but paradoxically could be fun. Perhaps the person with the most interesting/entertaining moan gets bought a few extra shots to down at the end of the night by us others? kinda help to drown your sorrows...haha. Colour, age, ethnicity, religion, size, sex, sexual orientaton not important. Moaning is totally inclusive and accessible to all.

And hey if your moan just can't wait for a live meet stick it in the discussion board. Offensive people will be banned so keep it within limits please.

PSS: This is a serious advert. Middle weight and light weight moaners only please, heavy weights allowed but only if they are going to stick to light/middle weight moans. So don't sit there moaning! Join the MoanClub...it's free but you buy your own beer!

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