The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 30 January 1989

Left To My Own Devices



Dear diary…


Today I bought ‘Left To My Own Devices’ 12-inch by Pet Shop Boys.  It’s ace.


‘Left To My Own Devices’ – Pet Shop Boys


Following a fantastical weekend with my loved one, I find it hard to adjust here.  College people are such a bland drag sometimes.  And Donna Davidson means nothing to me now.  I won’t go into it, but today she proved herself to be really shallow when you get right down to it.


Oh, I miss you lots, Flash.  Want to be in your TS group.  This college wanks at the moment.  I’m getting the shenny on ‘coz I want to be with you.  Miss you lots.


I love Emma Goddard.  By which I mean, I think she’s great.




‘White Fool’ – Clannad


Marketing lessons with Lizzie Jewel are something of a bugbear.  Definitely dull.  They’re just not part of the career I want to be involved in.



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Next time: ‘Falling out with Donna…’

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