Sunday, 27 April 2008

27th & 28th April 1979

Friday 27
Skived Business Studies (what again??)
Went to Cheryl's house

Ironed my dress, it looks ace
Sam arrived at 7.30

Went to Snooty Fox

He has gone to the 'Brick til 2.00 with my brother & Mike ... naughty boy!!

Saturday 28
J's Party
Work 9.30 - 4.30 £19.50 wages (must be for the week!)
Tony picked us up at 6.15

Got to Brighouse at 8.00
Party = ace
Bed at 4.00 am

Not too drunk just tired
Do at Black Horse Inn = lovely
just like an old cottage



From the Jackie Annual 1976.................. for Sylvie


What a sexy photo of David Essex





There is just something so chilling and beautiful about a song sang in French
I love the Champs Elysees too it is a great place to sit, have coffee and watch the world go by. In August, on my way to Madrid, I am stopping off in Paris and hope to be able to do this. Doubt I will have time for the Eiffel Tower though!




The Alcazar is still there but looks a litle different to David's day I imagine

15 comments:

Daddy Papersurfer said...

I've always thought the French have an unfair advantage when it comes to accents.
"Can I see yur pisspot pleez?" - see how sexy that is?

70steen said...

ah 'Allo Allo' "Listen very carefully, I shall say this only once" "Ze flashing knobs!"Good moaning!". i was pissing by the door when I heard two shats. You are holding in your hind a smoking goon. You are clearly the guilty potty!" "They have had a direct hot on the pimps!" "The pimps?" "The pimps! The pimps in the pimping station! No water is being pimped through the poops!" "The troon carrying the sissage has been bummed by the RAF. There are little pissers all over the track." "You must get your hands on silk knockers. At least farty, maybe fifty." And: "I am mauving in a ginger fashion becerrs my poloceman's pints are full of dinamote!"

Daddy Papersurfer said...

That's a whole blog in that comment.
I wonder if Sylvie's French is as good - tee hee

70steen said...

love Allo Allo

oooo you be in trouble boy if Sylvie spots that *snigger*

sylvie d said...

ahem...my frrrrench is very good thanks! 70 watching that clip really made me smile...I grew up with a fear of the Mireille Mathieu 's haircut...every child in France was threatened by it at some stage in their life...x

70steen said...

That is one severe hair do ... no wonder you were afraid LOL :-)

Daddy Papersurfer said...

Nasty cough you've got there Sylvie ....... may I offer you a Gauloise?

Diane said...

Oooh Sacha Distel, I've come over all unnecessary. I had a MAJOR crush on him.

anniegirl1138 said...

Spain with a sidetrip through Paris. I like your summer travel plans better than mine. I am going to my folks for a family reunion. Might look up a bit in August in Quebec but Paris? Spain? Oh, man.

70steen said...

Oh Diane me and you both ... he was gorgeous plus the added gorgeous accent. Alain Delon, as I have posted on here too, had the very same effect ... sending that je ne sais quoi through your veins .. ooooo pass me the smelling salts :-)

70steen said...

Annie girl Hi :-)
I love Paris and Madrid they are my 2 most favourite cities ( don't fly hence the stop off in Paris)

You know I would love to visit Canada but unless I meet a wealthy man it is unlikely as I couldn't afford the cruise fare.... be sure I will post photos of my travels for you to see.... hey drop off in Paris or Madrid en route and we can grab a coffee :-)

Daddy Papersurfer said...

I smell and I'm quite salty - I'll be over toute suite - anything to help

Pete said...

I was given a promo cd recently, on which is a song sung entirely in French. Despite the fact that I understand absolutely NONE of the words, I absolutely love the song. Or, should I say, J'adore!

70steen said...

DP when I fot home this evening there was a real smell of the sea.... was that you ??

70steen said...

Pete J'adore too.... there is just something about the French singing that lulls us it is that je ne sais quoi ... I just love it :)