'beaten for the price of a bag of fish and chips', was one Bristol headline that I remember.
Welcome to weston-super-mare where you can eat skanky fish and chips cooked in hydrogenated oil from last summer season.
Richey Edwards from the Manic Street Preachers is quoted to have said about his hometown "if Blackwood was a museum it would be full of shit and rubble". Chorley on the other hand IS a museum made of
Portishead. A band, but also a place with a rather unique and confused bunch of inhabitants.
Loxton Drive had to be one of the biggest two-faced estates ever created. Full of alright people from numbers 32-39, the scum that filled this sh*t from numbers 20-31 and 40-51 beggared belief. Ford