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with reference to this:
and shouted 'get a haircut'
eats beef paste?
'Sandwich filler' seems bad enough
i reckon that's a bit grubby but fair play. Beef paste on the other hand...
but obviously, horrible case that's provoked this, and glad to hear that this kind-of thing's being addressed in some way.
I do actually love DiS for things like this though
throwing a sandwich and shouting, "Get a haircut!" at someone as a "hate crime".
did you examine the contents ? or maybe even eat it ?
There's a pub that no longer exists near me where they put on live music. consequently there was a large number of alt. types. At the same time the other half of the pub were sort of football causals types. From time to time this mixing did not work. I got knocked down and kicked in the head by the resident psycho.
Also, please answer my question in the snow watch thread...
Was good fun and terrifying in equal measures. Haven't been anywhere for awhile that mixes two disparate groups to such effect...
It was 20 years ago
I know that pub though. Still grim.
And they are all pretty grim around there / Old Woking
but all the goth kids near me used to hang around on the town hall steps and scallies would go into town with the express purpose of attacking them completely unprovoked. fucking weird thinking back on it.
a) really hench, and
b) really handsome,
I've had a few people try to pick a fight with me. I assume it's down to jealousy and insecurity.
I'm sure a lot of the rest of you on here have experienced something similar.
COMPLAIN ABOUT MY JEANS COS I'M TAKIN' ALL THEY HOESSS
was attacked outside his flat in Clapton (ten years ago, it's all nice there now) by a gang with a fluorescent light tube telling him to "fuck off you white cunt"
A few years later he was attacked in Crystal Palace by a man telling him to "fuck off back home you gypsy cunt"
...some bloke walked past us and got all up in our grill and exclaimed "you middle-class white cunts".
I took it as a fairly accurate summation myself, although it offended my girlfriend who's neither white nor middle-class...
and that the consequences were so tragic. Come to think of it that story does remind me of when I saw some kids throwing rocks at a girl who I supposed could be classified as a goth/grunger type.
They stopped when I approached her though I'm not sure if that was because I'm absolutely nails or they just didn't want to risk hitting someone else, but I presume it was the former.
but I wish that thing where someone had 'Sort out your life priorities'!! shouted at them was aimed at me
i was walking to the town centre, listening to the Pixies, maybe getting into it a bit too much, and there were some chaps working on the roof of a house, i could see one gesturing to me, so i took my headphone out and said "eh?", and he said "get an haircut, you fat cunt".
Gonna have to start doing this when I'm driving about in the Asdas home delivery van
outside the football ground in Wrexham
Oh I'm suing all of you fuckers. Feeling a bit litigious about DiS today!
but then emos as a plural of emo looks wrong, doesn't it?
I think the police should ask victims what their favourite Mineral record is before deciding whether a hate-crime has taken place.
in answer to the thread question, no I haven't.
but when I was in a band we played a gig in Bromley on a Friday night, and someone from another band on the bill got started on in Burger King simply because he was wearing red shoes. What a place.
Where is there to play a gig in Bromley? Oh wait, was it The Railway pub?
This was years ago though. 2004 or 2005.
I played in the gardens of The Churchill Theatre at a one day mini festival many years ago - they had a stage on the little lake/pond bit...
i did once attack a guy with a tennis racquet for wearing a pair of camper trainers though
Also had someone give me shit for wearing Hi-Tec trainers on the first non-uniform day at school, but in hindsight, that was always going to happen.
and often got *cough*emo*cough* (most generic way to insult someone ever?) at high school. That's about it really.
In ball form, you're invincible
^that's the title of my autobiography right there.
Anyhow, it was pretty grim. Too many unprovoked acts of violence to recount here. The highlight of which was being repeatedly told I, "looked like a bitch" (despite having ill-advised mutton chops at the time) by some smacked up cunt who eventually pulled out a knife on me because I was, "shaming the Barnsley Boys." Luckily I was with a guy who's brother sold this twat drugs, so I managed to get away unscathed as he was loathe to lose out on a decent drug dealer just for knifing some goth kid.
On a Saturday afternoon, in a park in front of families and kids and stuff. Some pissed goon came over and asked if I was "a mosher". I had shoulder length hair and it was pre-Strokes and 'indie' being cool again, so it wasn't quite as common as it is now and probably a fair assumption on his part - though incorrect.
I told him to fuck off, as you do, and kept walking so he skelpt me on the head with a bottle of Buckie from behind. I bled a bit and had a massive bump, but I was ok.
I really deserved a slap though, I looked a right proper nu-metal/emo/indie twat (at various points of my teens and twenties).
Probably cause I have stupid hair or something. Got a front tooth knocked out one time.
Mainly its been verbal abuse though. Got called a faggot and told to get a haircut last week in my local shop.
Got called an 'NF' by a middle-aged Caribbean woman about a year ago. Didn't know what she meant at the time by was told it meant National Front, I guess cause I was wearing a harrington and tight jeans?
Kind of just used to it really, s'alright.
WOE IS ME ETC
makes it less likely that ill get punched when im being a cunt.
for being a bit indie in the suburbs: The odd bit of BARGY from the JD-Gagas
Mind, back in my day it was those RALPH SHIRTS. French crops and the like.
We used to have to brave Hatfield town centre on a Friday night en route to an indie disco. Basically you had to get served at the off licence, then duck and weave across the pedestrianised bit avoiding the bench chimps who'd take exception to a !!MACHINE HEAD!! T shirt and the like, then they'd all be waiting outside said indie disco at the end of the night quite politely offering FIGHTS to anyone and everyone.
I distinctly remember that if you made it to ASDA you were safe.
Remember a friend being twatted round the face with a bike chain once. Good Times.
i normally walk on, sometimes turn round and laugh and ignore them when they start gesturing at their chest as if presumably, they want to hug me.
when we'd been to the park and some guys drove by and shouted wanker out the window. Dancists.
just makes me laugh :)
was dressed like a BIT of a dick, but nothing too bad. Was 14/15 and some 18+ LAD just nutted me completely out of the blue while I was walking past and then bottled me with a gin bottle which didn't break.
Probably the only time I've been properly started on as now I'm 6ft 7 and HENCH donteventryanythingsweardown
but no, not really.
A CD was thrown at me from a passing car as I heard a shout of "Haha! Fucking ginger!"
album by the Wildhearts frontman whilst you happened to be walking past?
If you subscribe to the whole ~photographs takes a bit of your soul~ then he attacked me. Spiritually. And that just is not on.
But I remember a guy at Chelsea once looking at me approvingly because I reminded him of "when we ruled in the Seventies". This was also about the time that a young mother thought that I about to attack her in an underpass - I just look an awful lot meaner and scarier than I am.
To go get a sunday roast, some fucking thick cunt laughed at us and tried to formulate some sort of insult but the best he came up with was
'Have you... erm, have you lot all got wardrobes, or what?!'
Yeah, we have. Cheers.
Don't think denim's reached his part of the world yet. (I was wearing red chinos like a fucking dickhead though).
Wasn't even holding a skateboard. Sunderland airshow man. Warzone