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Thought I would update profle...

I am a GWM, 23, Living in Plymouth UK, Single, Dry sense of humour, looking for similar...


edit : I'm 26 now... what happened to my youth?

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» Stalked

Now I know I am going to sound like a physco here. When I was 16, I moved out of home and got a Bedsit in Mutley. Having no parental supervision and a dodgy off-licence, I started smoking and Drinking like Gary Glitter liked Children...

Our local Radio Station around here was 97FM Plymouth Sound with Dave and Kerry at Breakfast. I didn't realise this but he actually lived around the corner from me at the time, and regualy walked past the flat several times a day. Realising the minor celeb haunts that would come and go (and bearing that I didn't have a TV or a Computer back then - it was 1997) I would sit outside in the park and watch the other Z-list celebs turn up. (God this is sounding sad and fucked up to me...)

Me being the devil that I am, I started leaving presents on his car, like chocolates, roses, Condoms (not used) and teddy bears. I knew that it would freak him out and wanted to watch the entertainment.

Then 2 months later I finally could afford to buy a Black and White Television, and found another form of entertainment.

If I remember correctly, about 3 months after I stopped, he had a breakdown live on air.

Length : Too Short for my liking
(Sat 2nd Feb 2008, 11:18, More)

» Not-stalgia

I would have to say Carlton Television.

We loved Westward, and TSW for Gus Honeybun, then Westcountry took over - which was disappointing but at least they were still local. then the kings of shitemasters Carlton took over our beloved ITV station. apparently having our local news broadcast from Bristol (we live in Cornwall) is fine. and then you have ITV complaining that the audience figures have dropped in Devon and Cornwall by over 70%!

What the frigg thought that moving our local news to over 140 miles away we would just sit there and take it? we all started to watch Spotlight on the BBC instead (which now coincidently has the highest percentage viewing figures of all the regional BBC news shows.

rant over.
(Sat 31st Aug 2013, 18:33, More)

» I witnessed a crime

Two Saturdays ago, we opened the club and as normal for a Saturday our door staff don't start until 10pm.

8 Chav-scum-wank came in trying to be all hard and twatty, I asked them all for ID. none of them had it so I refused to serve them. " of them went to the loo and then after some arguing they left.

Went to check the toilets (like I have to do every 30 minutes) . They left a calling card - a 11 inch-kitchen knife.

We've cleaned it, and it's very handy to open boxes with...

Lttle buggers
(Thu 14th Feb 2008, 17:01, More)

» The Soundtrack of your Life

as gay as could be
I think mine has to be sarah brightman and hot gossip's "I lost my heart to a starship trooper" I used to put it on the jukebox, scream along to it and it would help me pull the ditsy queens. fuck knows why it worked. also worked on drunk marines and sailors.
(Tue 2nd Feb 2010, 2:20, More)

» Anonymous

back in the days when the london astoria was still there and G.A.Y. was still there (with its VIP section) I once drank too much vodka and threw up on Geri Haliwell's shoes and the bottom of her jeans. she then took me to the ladies toilets and held my hair whilst throwing up.

this is my only claim to my anonymous fame.
(Thu 14th Jan 2010, 12:50, More)
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