The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 29 June 1990

The Elusive Party

‘TVC15’ – David Bowie

Today, Flash and I went to ‘stay in’.

He wanted to go through my record collection and have me do him some tapes, so we’ve been doing that.

It’s basically been a day of Bowie records, Doctor Who, and The Situation.


Tonite, we go out to ‘get pissed’.

Mmmm.  Sounds fun, eh, readers?

Later:

‘Kerosene’ – Big Black

Tonite, Flash + I got together with Mooney + Marcus and got thoroughly pissed.

Stan didn’t turn up though he had said he would.  Ash got thoroughly pissed and Angela tried to ‘get back’ with him (they’ve only just split up, you see), but I think it turned into an argument.

There was a party somewhere after the pub, and Emily was urging me to go.  Unfortunately, Flash, Mooney, Marcus and myself never found it.

Bugger.


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Next time: ‘Boozy Lethargy…’

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