Started by tiny_tove, July 22, 2011, 09:34:05 AM
QuoteYesterday fucking morning I woke up. Me and my boyfriend woke up. We were sleeping on 5th. Where was it 5th and A? My leash was around my wrist but my dog wasn't attached to my god damn leash. And fucking found out she was fucking gone. And then my boyfriend's supposed to get me a bag of heroin and then I went to sleep because I was all pissed off about my dog. Then I wake up and he's like, "Baby I lost a bag of heroin." And I'm like, "God damn it.You lost. Ok you lost it mother fucker, yeah you lost it." He's wasted. So I go back to sleep. I wake up and "Jahni your boyfriends getting arrested."Jahni
QuoteI sew a lot. I sew bones on my clothes. I just like find bones along the tracks. I like made this whole skirt out of scratch. Find them and hold on to them till I can think of something to do with them. Think the big ones are from deers, like most of the vertebrae and the small ones are from cats. Maybe a possum. I know that one right here is an armadillo.I've gone through a lot of pairs of stockings. I've had these maybe three months now. I usually go through like maybe five pair a year.Dolly
QuoteOne day you will not find me. I'm leaving the god damn city. I'm doing my own thing.Peachy
Quote from: HongKongGoolagong on July 23, 2011, 05:40:00 AMI knew lots of the original UK crusties, 1980s, the crossover between the punk, free festival and rave scenes. Some were very middle-class dropouts but certainly not all - some from very working-class backgrounds. A brave bunch of people on the whole willing to give up all home comfort to try and build a new kind of society. Many of these people very au fait with industrial culture and generally broad-minded. Lots chased out of the UK when the '94 government brought in anti-rave, anti-festival legislation. They fleed to France and Ireland, lately they and their children are back in the UK in caravans squatting unused farmers' fields and labelled 'gypsies' by the press.Interesting website. It's too easy to laugh at these people when so many with mortgages, careers and 'normal' lives are so unhappy.