While Twitsquadron were frantically typing, dedicated members of Black Squadron were enjoying their just reward for getting down and dirty on Worthy Farm with Commanders Buckules and Cornballs.
Here are some pictures scooped up, mainly from Twitter*. If I've included your picture or likeness against your will, please let me know & I'll remove it forthwith.
If you don't want to ponce about with a slideshow, the link to the set is here (with thanks to @SmiteHim for pointing that out).
Don't forget you can still download loads of podcasts, including the ones from Glastonbury, here and Adam and Joe still have a Glastonbury 2011 page at the BBC website. It will take you to more photos, amongst other delights.
Adam Buxton is playing Latitude, Greenwich and Cheltenham Festivals in addition to his usual BUG shows at the BFI and Norwich Playhouse. He's also taking BUG to Edinburgh for a few glorious days and doing specials in Bristol and Hull.
Joe's film, Attack the Block continues to open throughout the world and will be available to rent and buy in the UK on several formats at the end of September. If you're lucky enough to get tickets, Joe is talking about it during the Somerset House Film4 Season.
Other than that he's just meeting royalty, watching films, doing San Diego Comic Con panels, making himself sick on roller-coasters and writing.......b-o-r-i-n-g.....
* With thanks and in no particular order to:
@Pintendo64 @RightClickMusic @AndyBBC @sofiejenkinson @Jessings @LukeVernon @Councilpop @Smitehim @voyagefantastic @Richardholt @Sparkeface @Squamp_G @chrisfifo and @arnie409