Thursday, November 23, 2006

Moker's reminiscent stream of consciousness

I was 16, you were 15, Helen, kate, Tim, Claire Haylock, Berridge, Noonan, Bennett, Alex, Amy Cutts, Alston Works, john Sommerville, magic mushrooms, acid tabs, skunk, weed, matt mcKay, luke Williams, The Fifth columnist, Clerks, Turkey Johns, Tom arnold, Keith Mullett Malen, football on Christchurch fields, violence on Barnet high street, drinking in Totteridge cricket fields, being mugged, drinking in Barnet rugby fields, drinking during the week, drinking on the factory roof, vandalism, breaking and entering, burglary (NOT of Arnold's garage though), waterbombs, spooning out, self harming, enforced haircuts, YPF, kurt cobain dying, Nirvana unplugged, Glastonbury on TV for the first time, Beavis & butthead, Dr. dragos Madcap Chase, it's a new dead badger, QE boys, QE girls, the mound outside the spires, Benylin Death, Super Stongbow, crusties, house parties, Doc martins, curtain haircuts, Suede, metallica, The only Ones, Mudhoney, Dr hook and Neil young, Moosey anna, Squalid dump, Paulina, The white lion, french bangers, fire lighters, itchy belly, old man and slick rick, sitting at the back of the library... drinking, Phil arnold and the Wentworth crew, the empty garage at the top of Byng road, starting fire after fire, vans trainers, unwins, Barnet Co-op, Freddy headly, the hut in foulds school, the eggy caretaker, a huge p*ssed off bunch of neighbours, Teenage love (oh yeah) and "breaking the law" therapy cover.

(edited for spelling...)

5 comments:

Tim said...

It's a new dead badger!

http://www.download-game.com/Death_Rally-Ingame_Screenshot.jpg

bagelmouse said...

Wow. And people ask me why I don't miss being a teenager...

Jamie said...

It ruled. In a way. Funnily enough I was miserable for most of it. Teenage angst innit. Still, I really feel like I did everything a teenager should. I don’t feel like I missed out on a thing. Actually, I think my head was more in a place where I knew what I wanted than it is now. Maybe because now, working in an office and having a mediocre life is the GOOD scenario. A how we dreamt of grandiose things… I’m two small crisis’ away from buying a gun and killing people. BREAKIN’ THE LAW, BREAKIN’ THE LAW

Tim said...

It was a great time because amazing and interesting things happened all the time.

Nowadays things still happen - occasionally brilliant things like falling in love or escaping or driving very fast - but maturity brings a numbness and familiarity to the everyday.

And if you weren't there you've no right to reply. So get to fuck.

Jamie said...

It sure was a wirlwind of drunk, drugs, vandalism, beatings, spoonings out and angst.