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Banter / Re: Confessions.
« on: April 29, 2013, 01:39:31 PM »
Forgive me father I have sinned. During the 1985 Mod rally to Scarborough both myself and a friend sold 'green gremlin' pills to large amounts of young Moddy Boys for a pound for two. They were in fact hay fever relief tablets that probably cost about 80p per 50. The young Moddy Boys never really noticed as they were getting pissed for the first time probably.

 I once sold OXO cubes at the Cambridge Folk Festival as resin.

I'll see your OXO cubes and raise you mixed herbs (in those clear money bags) as Mary Jane at the Reading Festival in 1990. Oh, and some particularly rank home brew as 'Belfast Pale Ale', just new on the market!! Kept us in mini-doughnuts and the 'good' stuff for the weekend  ;)

Dodgy bugger.
Mid 80s and I remember getting a laxative tablet and carving it into a heart shape and blagging my mate it was speed... he still doesn't know.

haha, and you call me a dodgy bugger??!!  ;D ;)

Haha! I believe the saying is; pot calling the kettle black.

hello Pot, I'm Kettle!!  ;D ;)

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Banter / Re: Confessions.
« on: April 28, 2013, 03:52:19 PM »
Forgive me father I have sinned. During the 1985 Mod rally to Scarborough both myself and a friend sold 'green gremlin' pills to large amounts of young Moddy Boys for a pound for two. They were in fact hay fever relief tablets that probably cost about 80p per 50. The young Moddy Boys never really noticed as they were getting pissed for the first time probably.

 I once sold OXO cubes at the Cambridge Folk Festival as resin.

I'll see your OXO cubes and raise you mixed herbs (in those clear money bags) as Mary Jane at the Reading Festival in 1990. Oh, and some particularly rank home brew as 'Belfast Pale Ale', just new on the market!! Kept us in mini-doughnuts and the 'good' stuff for the weekend  ;)

Dodgy bugger.
Mid 80s and I remember getting a laxative tablet and carving it into a heart shape and blagging my mate it was speed... he still doesn't know.

haha, and you call me a dodgy bugger??!!  ;D ;)

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Banter / Re: Confessions.
« on: April 25, 2013, 01:48:59 PM »
Forgive me father I have sinned. During the 1985 Mod rally to Scarborough both myself and a friend sold 'green gremlin' pills to large amounts of young Moddy Boys for a pound for two. They were in fact hay fever relief tablets that probably cost about 80p per 50. The young Moddy Boys never really noticed as they were getting pissed for the first time probably.

 I once sold OXO cubes at the Cambridge Folk Festival as resin.

I'll see your OXO cubes and raise you mixed herbs (in those clear money bags) as Mary Jane at the Reading Festival in 1990. Oh, and some particularly rank home brew as 'Belfast Pale Ale', just new on the market!! Kept us in mini-doughnuts and the 'good' stuff for the weekend  ;)

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Mod fashion and style / Re: The Parka
« on: April 24, 2013, 01:48:42 PM »
I wear a parka, just not one of 'the' parkas (M51, M65). For me, they are a bit too shapeless and, adorned with badges, roundels etc, they smack of 'cartoon' mod. Purely my opinion, of course, one man's meat and all that! The one I have looks more German than US Army, pretty sure I picked it up at an outlet somewhere several years ago. Great for winter/spring scooter riding and generally for fighting the Irish weather!

Oh, and I agree, parkas do look great on the ladies!

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Mod fashion and style / Re: What are the BEST Basket Weave Shoes?
« on: April 20, 2013, 10:36:53 PM »
DNA every time, they're shoe porn!!  ;)

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Mod fashion and style / Re: Loafers
« on: April 19, 2013, 11:02:30 AM »

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Mod fashion and style / Re: Whats the last item you bought?
« on: April 12, 2013, 01:06:24 PM »
A waisted jacket from Barbour, sort of a hybrid between a Liddesdale quilted jacket and a flight jacket in my eyes, might not be to everyones taste but nice for a casual jacket. It fits a lot more snug that the photo and I liked the pockets on the breast, nowhere near that puffy when worn either ha.

http://www.barbourbymail.co.uk/Mens-Barbour-Bow-Quilted-Jacket.html  - the navy one.

Not normally a Barbour fan, Steve, but that's a nice jacket. Could see me wearing one of those on the scooter if/when milder weather appears!

A quilted jaiket fur the milder weather?   ???


Whit ye wearin' noo?

a great big feck off parka. And long johns!!  ;)

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