‘All the Young Dudes’ – Mott The Hoople
Today was okay, I suppose.
I made a move to let just one person borrow my Zodiac Motel 12-inch: Simon. He probably won’t like them anyway, so…
He lent me his Sisters of Mercy – Live at The Albert Hall video, though.
Nicki came in today, and I was upset cos she was angry that I had to go to all my lessons, when we really wanted to spend more time together.
Becky wanted to ask Kevin out, but he didn’t want anything to do with her. He’s becoming a wreck. I feel sorry for him. He could go mad at any moment, I’m sure of it. Turns out he tried an overdose at Christmas. Obviously, it didn’t work.
‘A to Z’ – ABC
Kevin (thrown out by his parents)
Holly (Solomon’s girlfriend – thrown out by her parents)
Saskia (close to being thrown out by her parents)
As for me? I’m okay. At the moment.
At 12pm tomorrow, my new friend Simon Nightingale should be picking me up and driving me, Pot Noodle, Keith and (hopefully not) Plastic Nick to Norwich – for a pahtey! Dunno whose party it is, but we’re off.
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