The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 2 December 1988

Who Watches Miranda?


Panto at St James’ Infants School.  Start at 1.30pm.



This was very successful, and now the cast are definitely growing into it and working well together, making the show their own and finally shining as individuals.


‘Welcome To the Jungle’ – Guns ‘N’ Roses


Today, Justine was absolutely gorgeous.  I just couldn’t keep away from her, or my hands off her, or my lips from kissing her.  I love her immensely. 

We went into King’s Lynn, where I bought the Watchmen graphic novel – in the original cover – (and paid for with my Drama Prize book token) and a pair of DM’s.  I think they’re so cute.


Tonite, BM Wasp and Legs picked me up, because he wanted me to chaperone her while he had a fight with her ex-boyfriend (the one just after me), Dick, who had been causing them both difficulties.


So I sat with her as he went off to solve her problems, and we got on fine, but she just kept hinting that she wants to finish with him.  She’s astonishingly beautiful, but I just don’t want to be with her like that any more.  How weird is that?


The fight never happened, so we all went to The Angel, where I chatted to Ash for ages, because I suddenly realised that I HAD forgotten how boring Legs + BMW really are when experienced at the same time. 


Ash and I did our usual trick of taking the complete piss out of Legs (but only as mates).


Me, with fantastically crimped hair, yawning…




Ash noticed that BMW kept staring longingly at me.  Apparently she still wants me.  Well, she can carry on staring.  She’s not getting anything out of me.


Ash still wants to leave Dark Is Desire and dump Dan, to join with me in a new project, just the two of us.  Mmm.  He wants to do stuff that sounds more like a cross between Death In June and Cindytalk.  That’d be nice…


At last, BMW (with Legs) brought me bloody home.



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Next time: ‘Macbeth at Barnes Bysea…’

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