The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 18 October 1985

Grammar Girls' County Crown

‘Love Me Do’ – The Beatles

It is the 18th of this fabulous month, and I find I rather like The Beatles.

R aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyy!

School is finished for a week! Goody-goody-arseholes!

This evening, I read lots of Cure interviews in several music magazines and papers, then I listened to a ‘various’ tape.

BMW is in the paper, under the headline: ‘GRAMMAR GIRLS’ COUNTY CROWN’. There’s a photo of her with the rest of the 1st XI hockey team…

…They scored a victory in the National Schools Under 18 Tournament, beating schools from Ely, Saffron Walden and Cambridge to represent the county. Good for her. I’m really proud of her.

Tonight, I went down Skating in a black Jaeger smoking jacket (with a plush gold/bronze lining), looking rather like Holly (arsieholebumlickisweatinobbishittipantipoopoodroppings) Johnson. I got slightly pissed, I do be afraid to tell ye!


This time 10 years ago:
‘I watched Doctor Who: Planet Of Evil (Part Four).

This time 5 years ago:
‘I watched Doctor Who: Meglos (Part Four).

This time 2 years ago:
‘I fell off my new BMX.’

This time last year:
‘I bought some comics…

Amazing Spider-Man 259, Marvel Tales 171 (both incredibly good)…

Peter Parker Spectacular Spider-Man 97 and Marvel Team-Up 148 (both pretty damn near crap)…

New Mutants 22 and Alpha Flight 17 (amazing!).

Tonight was Morgan’s Boy Episode Two. Such a great series. I don’t usually go for this sort of thing, but it’s brill. It’s a bit like watching Johnny Jarvis last year.’

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