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Glastonbury In Your Teens Vs. Glastonbury In Your Thirties

"Is this chai organic?"

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In your thirties, however, you buy a family ticket three months in advance, throw your children into your rented Winnebago, and tool across the country for an adventure.

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6. In your teens you're pretty much up for anything. Legal highs? Sure! Funny cigarettes from waistcoated men on unicycles? Bring it on. It's all part of the experience!

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8. Then you'll need to visit the teetering piles of human faeces that are Glastonbury's toilets. Unless you live through a war, this will be the most traumatic thing you will ever experience.

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Ami@AmiliaMatthews

This is how bad the toilets smell #glastonbury

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In your thirties, you will remember being traumatised by the toilets in your teens, and assume that you were overreacting. You will soon learn how wrong you were.

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In your thirties you will stumble blearily into the stone circle and wonder who the hell is going to clear up all this mess.

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12. In your teens, you won't want to let go when Monday rolls around. Glastonbury has freed you, changed you, widened your horizons. You will wear your wristband until it falls off.