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I always thought my parents were quite strict, but I can't think of anything they actually banned me from doing, whereas a good friend was under no circumstances allowed to watch ITV because of the adverts.

This week's Time Out mentions some poor sod who was banned from sitting in the aisle seats at cinemas because, according to their mother, "drug dealers patrol the aisles, injecting people in the arm."

What were you banned from doing as a kid by loopy parents?

(, Thu 8 Mar 2007, 12:37)
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Friggin In The Riggin
My first record was at the ripe old age of 7 - maybe 8 'Something Else' by the Sex Pistols - the b-side was a lovely little ditty titled 'Friggin In The Riggin'.

After I had purchased said record and taken it home to play, my mum aked me to play the b-side - Probably she was more aware of the Sex Pistols due to media frenzy of the time than I was - so I play said b-side - much to the disgust of mother - who immediately banned me from playing it again.

Well - this had me thinking, i'm going to investigate further - so off to the record shop, and lo and behold a double album 'The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle' with the b-side on - and a naked girl on the inside of the gatefold sleeve - jackpot, couldn't afford it, but back in those days you could play records on the turntables in the shops, so not only could i play 'Friggin In The Riggin' I could gawp at a naked girl........ fantastic being banned - introduced me to punk and porn.

Length - it was a double album.....
(, Fri 9 Mar 2007, 17:18, Reply)

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