The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 7 May 1989

Birdmad


‘Is This The Life’ – The Cardiacs



 

What about this weekend?

 

This weekend is good.

 

Later:

 

‘Tear Me Up’ – Red Lorry Yellow Lorry



 

At about 12am today, Ash, Legs + I went outside for a walk around Wisbech St Mary with a ghetto blaster blaring out hardcore music.

 

Once back at Blackberry Narrow, we rang Naomi Bell and I feel I may have drunkenly said a few too many somewhat suggestive things.  ULP!

 

After this we all slept.

 

When we got up today, I told the lads they’d have to go home soon as I had some work to do.

 

THEY FINALLY WENT HOME AT BASTARD 11.30pm!

 

AND, THIS AFTERNOON, A BIRD FLEW INTO THE HOUSE + WENT STUPID.  YOU COULDN’T SEE ASH + ME FOR DUST!  IT WAS FLYING ABOUT LIKE A MAD THING, CRASHING INTO FURNITURE, WINDOWS + WALLS.  WE MADE LEGS CATCH IT + MOVE IT OUTSIDE.

 





 

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