My No.1: ‘It’s Alright’ by Pet Shop Boys
It’s been a long day today. But I proved my worth by knowing far more about MANSFIELD PARK than any other class member – except perhaps Rita. The result of this led to my helping Larry organise the Acting Techniques session.
MY CURRENT VIEWS ON MY FELLOW BTEC STUDENTS
Very good. I wish he’d spend more time at College than at work though. He does amuse me.
A great guy. He manages to be both a brilliant professional and an immature pain in the arse. I do love him though. Fuck, he’s funny.
Nondescript in a sad way. Just about tolerable.
Good. I just wish she was a little more open and a lot less bitter.
She’s nice and I really like her, but I get the impression she can be fickle.
Very nice, but she looks like she might end up with the wrong crowd.
Great, but a bit much for me sometimes.
A wonderful girl, but I wish she’d lose the schoolgirl streak.
Nice, cheerful, zany and a lot more relaxed and happy for having finished with Marco.
The best. I am proud to have him as a mate.
‘Sat In Your Lap’ – Kate Bush
Spent a little while with her today. Got a bit annoying when her mate Missy declared that she’d thought I was gay. FUCK OFF. Amy and Missy have a friend called Gigi and she’s nice, too. Amy’s dead relaxed most of the time, but she too gets very immature now and again, acting much less than her 17 years. I don’t know where things will go. She seems very interested in me and she talks to Johnny about me quite a lot. They walked home together tonite. I’m having that sudden worry she’ll tell him she’s not interested any more.
DARLING MAGGIE RANG! SHE’S ACE! SHE’S COMING TO SEE ME ON TUESDAY!
MY TOP FIVE JAMES BOND FILMS
5. OCTOPUSSY (Moore)
4. ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE (Lazenby)
3. LIVE AND LET DIE (Moore)
2. THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS (Dalton)
1. LICENCE TO KILL (Dalton)
My favourite Connery is FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
My least favourite Bond movie is FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
YES, AND LATER…
‘Pam’ – Michael Kamen
I feel a bit guilty having looked at some of the things I’ve written lately. I said some very negative things about Flash and in some ways that feels like a betrayal of our friendship. After all, we are good friends and that stuff I wrote about whilst on holiday happens very rarely when I’m around. Hmm. I suppose the way he’s occasionally been in recent months has scared me. He has a side to him I’ve never really known till this year. But I don’t want to fall out with him, I love him. So, I just want to say I don’t dwell on the bad times when we’re apart, I really don’t. And I guess my thoughts about ‘love’ that morning they were fucking in the hotel room were really an exploration of my own feelings and needs regarding relationships. In some ways, I’m kind of grateful to them both for falling out the night before, because it helped me analyse this stuff, helped my understanding of myself and did much to clear my mind.
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