The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 6 December 1985

Sexual Encounters with Miranda III

‘Stay With Me’ – Eighth Wonder

Tonight was the last night of the Grammar School play, and a feeling of hippy-ness for me. At the top of the field it pissed it down, so BMW and I just ate sexy yoghurts under my combat jacket by the light of a torch. It was very romantic!

My diary for this time last year reads:

‘In Drama we’ve started doing a production of The Wizard of Oz. I’m playing the Lion. Not bad, huh? Frankie Goes To Hollywood are at Number One with ‘The Power of Love’. Brill!’

Tut! He’s ‘brill’-ing again.

‘Gear’! ‘Gear’! ‘Gear’!


‘New Song’ – Howard Jones

Right now, there’s just me and tea and a packet of ginger nut biscuits. Bliss.

I never used to like ginger nuts much, but Flash got me into them.

I’m working on a new double cassette called Situation: Desperately Hopeless which documents – amongst other things – my Emotional Crisis with BMW. I’m going to do Part 2 after tomorrow’s party.

Gach! Phoebe can’t go to the party! Neither can Cheggers, Human Beatbox or Jazz, unless they work something out about transport!


This time 10 years ago:
‘I watched Doctor Who: The Android Invasion (Part Three).

This time 6 years ago:
‘I got Doctor Who Weekly 9.’

This time 5 years ago:
‘I watched Doctor Who: State Of Decay (Part Three).

This time 2 years ago:
‘Aunty Vi’s boyfriend, Brian Beard, is here, helping us decorate the flat.’

This time last year:

‘I got Doctor Who Monthly 96 and the Spider-Man All-Colour Christmas Special with the story What If Spider-Man's Uncle Ben Had Lived?’

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Special thanks to Waen Shepherd

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