Originally Posted by Inks
What was the 'getting wasted' situation in the early days ? Was glue-sniffing as prevalent back in the late '60s/early '70s ? Or was it just booze ? I know the early Mods were...
i remember the Mile End mob from west ham .. older and more organised than any other firm of the era .. they sung 'Mile end ' to the snow white 'Hi Ho ' tune - quite sureal turning Disney into a ultra violent ditty
Originally Posted by cerneabbas
I wonder about the legacy of the original skinhead / suedehead period...obviously it made the DM boot popular for about 10 years,and football hooliganism for many years ( even now...
Originally Posted by Little Queenie
I suppose it's like any fashion: there are those who are passionate about what they're doing and those who merely 'wear the clothes' because that's what their mates (and social group)...
Never thought about it in that way but your correct . Skinhead was a continuation of Mod / Ivy league that produced NO music acts NO clobber of its own . It was a brief fashion amongst working class lads who previously had been Mods (...
Originally Posted by Lerk
Been looking some for a sheepskin, but i'm sorta having second thoughts; How well do they cope with rain? Will it ruin it? This is one rainy town
Your weigh about a stone heavier after a downpour