The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 16 November 1985

Seven Years From Now: 16/11/92

SEVEN YEARS FROM NOW…

'Furniture Music' - Bill Nelson's Red Noise


I’m heavily into Disney films right now, and today I picked up a 50p charity shop copy of the Jungle Book soundtrack.

Tonight, we played Romeo and Juliet at Sawtry College in Huntingdon at 6.30pm. It was a shit show. We all had sore throats, Jodie was ill and I was dizzy. It was incredibly shit.

Also, I played a very foolish prank on Jonny. I tried to amuse him by gulping some mouthwash and gargling it in front of him, whilst holding aloft a bottle of white spirit. Not twigging the gag, he almost instinctively grabbed the bottle from me and was about to take a swig – meanwhile, I’m choking on the mouthwash in my haste to stop him from poisoning himself - luckily he gobbed it out before it got too far. TRICKY!

No, the show was our shittest and it had to be the night that all our bosses came in to see it!

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