The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Thursday, 2 April 1987


My No.1: ‘Temple Of Love (Extended Mix)’ – The Sisters of Mercy

So here goes…

Today, I awoke.  Honest!  And Roger ‘n’ Nyall ‘n’ I went to Tech on the bus.

Tech was a toss.  I was wet all day, because it was raining, but also because my clothes hadn’t entirely dried from last night.

Sonia went to London today for a job interview. 

Being honest, I don’t know if I can handle her, actually.  I think she’s probably v. sexually demanding.  Which sounds great, but I ain’t had it for o’er a year now.  I’ve had plenty of sex.  I mean I’ve shagged a lot, but I don’t think I’m technically any good at it yet.  Will I cope?

O, of course I will!  What am I thinking?!

I’m now at home.



‘The Gnome’ – Pink Floyd

I have here an unopened letter from Flash, which arrived yesterday. 


I’ll open it later…


FLASH’S LETTER: An April fool collexion of quarquar.

I hope Monica hasn’t killed herself.  I’m really anxious about it all.

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NEXT TIME: ‘Do you love her?

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