The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 9 December 1985

Transport Problems

‘Pieces of Ice’ – Diana Ross


Do you wanna lek with me?

Eh?

Or do you wanna faight?

Eh?

Just be careful I don’t babber and cacker on you – or bray you o’er!

I stayed off bastarding school today as I had transport problems. Groove.

Did I ever tell you that Flash owns a pair of cords? Or that we once agreed not to make any more Situation tapes?

Oh yuh!

Billy! Jeffry!

With a limp.

Pick ‘n’ Mix:
The Cult
, masturbation, The Associates, nostalgia, Marilyn Monroe, Duran Duran, white cotton panties, Malcolm McLaren, Scooby-Doo, Propaganda, The Tourists, Tasmanian Devil, The Damned, Richard Skinner, Return Of The Jedi LP, Kate Bush, Flash Gordon, Ghostbusters, Claudia Brucken, Madonna, Lloyd Cole, Cabaret Voltaire, PG Teabags, John ‘SDP’ Cleese, Hereward Radio, scabby black zits, Rainbow, The Visitation, Tenpole Tudor, Insignificance, Elbow, Smash Hits, Jabba, brunette pubes, Joey, Sid Vicious, naked blondes, Postman Pat, stockings and suspenders, Hank Wangford, Razzle, Fraggle Rock, tasty shaven havens, Midge Ure, bacon, The Moomins, more nostalgia, Ian McShane, Nicolas Roeg, Grace Jones, Dave Lee Travis, Eurythmics, Roland Rat, Aretha Franklin, Mr Benn, Tchaikovsky, ‘Beatbox’, The Far Corporation’s ‘Stairway To Heaven’, Albert Einstein, Penthouse, Paul Hardcastle, Insignia, Pet Shop Boys, Pennine Radio, OMD, Eric Saward, Eddie Cochran, Captain Fuck.

The Myth of the Sexy Bumb…

Jabba
, Dave, Joey, Flash and Ritch are all gay!

‘Revolution’ – The Cult

Ritcherd for President – 1986!

Wot? No Doctor Who?

OLD DIARY ENTRIES…

This time 6 years ago:
‘I got Star Wars Weekly 94.’


This time 5 years ago:
‘I got Doctor Who Weekly 48.’


This time last year:
‘There’s still no chance of me finishing writing this speech in time for Speak Out. Jack and I burst some water balloons in the garden. Watched the last episode of Tenko – this has been a brilliant series.’

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