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Me: A new Jack in a Pack from Blacks.
Which I drank whilst listening to the new Raccoo-oo-oon album I bought, and whilst wearing my new shoes.
£1.80. Fuck off.
I forgot it was so expensive and i only had £1.40 and I'd already been to about 6 shops that had either sold out of it or just didn't see it and then I finally find it and I couldn't afford it! So I walk off and then I think 'lets fumble in the bag' and I had a quid!
BEST ANECDOTE EVER?
its a thrill ride fo sho'
needs more car chases, people jumping through the air firing 2 guns and many pointless explosions.
when are you next coming to london? my birthday?
I shall be there! :) x
i can't stand birthday thieves.
but you still decided to have YOUR PARTY on MY BIRTHDAY. i hope you don't mind that when/IF i come, i will make it all about me. i probably won't actually, i'll probably just cry in a corner.
a three lp box set of native american war chants...for 50p at the bootsale on sunday
it is! Its on a budget label, so there isn't much info on where the recordings came from, but they definitely sound like field recordings rather than shitty studio recreations...mmmm
an Ice cream, yesterday
normal bread, 6 pack of Walkers and the Non League Paper.
Dont judge me.
but claim it back so I reckon I purchased and they paid?
Or is my english wrong again?
and I had to walk up and down Kilburn high street about 6 times to get it.
with a free voucher
from the weird guy with two thumbs who works at the Costcutter near my flat.
We have two thumbs to get a better grip on our guns.
i've got two thumbs...?
Two thumbs on one hand.
thumbs are handy things, more the better i say!
by Kurt Vonehught (sp?)
a fathers day presant i intend to steal
exactly the same thing for my dad on his birthday last year. He liked it (y)
at the in & out club
doesnt that mean the chickens havent had any vaccinations or anything?
i usually by free range ones, but im not sure what that means either...
and a packet of ready salted crisps
and a bottle of chocolate yazoo on saturday evening while walking home from the windmill in brixton.
home-made is where its at.
£5 on staff discount at work.
I hate train stations! lol
a copy of 'lucky' by alice sebold and a button with a picture of a cat on it.
and a cafe Mocha
at a gig on Saturday.
I nearly bought the new Polyphonic Spree album, but HMV didn't have it. Then went for Icky Thump, until I checked my bank balance and had a heart attack.
i bought groceries, including many tins.
tins of chick peas, tins of chopped tomatoes, tins of sardines, anchovies and mackerel
Rip it up & start again (post punk 1978-1984) by Simon Reynolds
as that 'want list' is already quite long.
to buy my dad a dvd a day late for Fathers Day. Instead I left with a copy of Payback by James Brown for myself. There's a lesson to be learned there somewhere
to Middleton Cheney.
all for £1.01
my body hates me, but my wallet's still on talking terms with me.
get so many replies
Some new shoes - £10
The Guardian - 70p
Some sunglasses - £12
A t-shirt - £16
Another t-shirt (with the sophiacherry stamp of approval) - £16
Justice album - £11
Simian Mobile Disco album - £10
A sleeping bag - £15
Plain white plimsole-type things from River Island. I required a shoe that I cared little for, and so wouldn't mind when they get fucked in a sea of mud this weekend
i have 'festival trainers'
purple haze from a coffee shop in Amsterdam. I love this city.
a big, fat, spacey tent! yup!