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Pair of Red Nike shoes
My back wheel on a different bike
My sadle on my bike
various cds. including a mars volta one.
Five hundred pounds from my bank account (I got this back though)
My mother (she died when I was 16)
A packet of crisps when I was in primary school
a grimlock toy [!!! :(]
and when we got burgled i lost:
sega mega CD
lots of games for the above
a 2Unlimited album
great haul, you thieving cunts.
Trailer by Ash (with the bonus tracks)
Fever to tell - YYY's
Several Sonic Youth singles
Dig for fire - The Pixies
Mellon Collie and The Infinite Sadness
My Cure vinyl
I've lent stuff to people and never had them returned but nothing has ever been stolen
I can't remember that many things I've had stolen but the worst was a CD wallet with 32 CDs in it :(
It was, as you rightly say, fucking irritating.
Still having the CD cases there when I got back was quite irritating, to say the least.
they were all backed up on my computer so I could retrieve them by burning them onto blank CDs.
Computers didn't exist in my world :(
Both of which were in my Dad's car, which was also stolen.
Various horsey things, like brushes, and shavings forks and hoofpicks.
That's what I want to know.
Have you not seen my beard recently. It's quite patchy.
I didn't want to say anything though.
along with 1000 Karuna while I was asleep in Prague.
It's more than 42p though.
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I shouldn;t be in this thread, sorry
by my first girlfriend. Bitch.
Lots of money from someone called William Hill. LAUGH.
A bike. A stereo. That's about it I think.
to GB Pound!
I was in Czech Republic though.
I used to live on that a week when I was living there!
CD's, some in right cases some not.. so was really hard to work out what had gone, but I still chuckle thinking of the car theives (they never got the mighty Metro away thank goodness) putting the CD in the slot and getting Gorky's.
except for some badges i think.
Burglary 1: My violin
A broken CD player
Burglary 2: Nothing, hurrah! (but all my housemate's stuff went.
Burglary 3: My laptop
My laptop bag
*holden cauldfield hat
not with schadenfreude, but because I thought you said 'elbow'.
my TWO FAVOURITE JUMPERS
from the cunting barfly
my blue cashmere jumper with a hole in from Snobs in Birmingham. Grr.
i dont fink. I've lost things, i lose things all the time, but i've never had anything stolen.
foo fighters - colour and shape
margaret atwood - cats eye
an Â£85 sleeping bag
a wallet, a fucking GOOD wallet
to be honest i think that's it.
that I spent at a 'History of International Tax Policy' seminar yesterday.
Fortunately I had just eaten and was able to nod off in the back row.
ffft, like i'd take fashion advice from someone dressed like YOU. seriously.
what I've had stolen, but there actually isn't anything.
My family's been burgled twice, I think. And had a car nicked. And when I once went on holiday with a big group, almost everyone had stuff stolen, but not me.
I think I had lots of small things stolen at school, but nothing specific I can remember.
how can someone steal love/
A Jeff Buckley CD
Although it wasn't really stolen, just borrowed and not returned.
So, nothing, other than that.
wheelie bin (just one week ago, I'm still traumatised by it)
cannae think of owt else
someone stole the knobs of my guitar when I was at school, but luckily it coincided with the knobless guitar guy finding some knobs for his guitar, so I stole them back.
The Jesus Lizard - Shot
Jewellry box and contents
Tobacco tin and contents
Wooden door handle