The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 28 September 1985

Round the Pubs

‘Dancing With Myself’ – Billy Idol

Q: How many surrealists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: A banana.

I met BMW in town today – and Martin met Fiona.

After pottering about a bit with BMW, I met up with Martin and we came home to get ready for the Fire Station Disco in Wisbech.

We were supposed to meet BMW, but on reaching the Fire Station, BMW was already inside and we couldn’t get in because she had our tickets. So we went round the pubs. Good, eh?

I got pissed-ish.


This time 4 years ago:
Blake’s 7 is back, but I missed the first episode, Rescue.’

This time 2 years ago:
‘My last day at school in Pontefract. I said goodbye to Birdy, Make-Up, Arundel, Pickle and co. I'll probably never see them again. Tonight, Jack and I are staying at Paul’s in Nostall. He took us to see his ex-girlfriend Suzanne, who is lovely.’

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