Swansea/Abertawe news and chat

Discussion in 'Wales/Cymru' started by Brockway, Mar 30, 2006.

  1. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

    Cracking movie.
     
  2. davesgcr

    davesgcr Reading books

    Will eat on the site of the Mermaid and raise a fork in memory to Dylan ! (next visit)

    Twin Town - mad film - but good laugh in characterizing the little snobberies - e.g Welsh cakes after the dogs funeral / the big man in the curry house / and as for the sauna "same as usual Emlyn ?" - priceless.......

    And as for trading pills for shrooms with OAPs and the "special" hot dog ....
     
  3. LilMissHissyFit

    LilMissHissyFit Disturbed in a pink bra

    I know several people in the nightclub scene :)
     
  4. Strumpet

    Strumpet gypsy girl

    :eek:
    Heh, cool. Hope you had fun!



    JOE'S!! MMMmMMMMmmmmm. <drool smilie> THE best.
    Verdi's pah. :mad: :p


    *agrees with marty n belushi about Twin Town*


    davescgr - DO try the Mermaid food, it is DELISHUS! :D
     
  5. Funki mamma

    Funki mamma ..still shakin' dat tush!

    I used to know one of the guys who worked on the script and know for a

    fact that many of the characters were based on real people from

    Swansea. ;) Dats what makes it work so well.
     
  6. Funky_monks

    Funky_monks Neo-Rustic

    Whilst I stayed in. Those of us with actual jobs get tired, you know.... :p
     
  7. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    so any of you Swansea lot gonna come to the meet? :)
     
  8. beat23

    beat23 natposat

    Does anyone remember 'The Zone' - a gothy club opposite the train Staion, above Dylans? The music wasn't really my cup of tea but most of my sixth form college mates went. It was like a second living room, so relaxed, ah the sticky carpet! :) I remember one night my mate and this girl were getting off with eachother quite full-on (she was sat on him) then the bouncer came up to them and said , "No penetration,..... Only kidding." and walked off.

    Also did anyone go to the gigs at the mumbles motor boat or yacht club (can't remember which one)? I remebber going to a christian night by mistake there once. I was wondering why no-one else was smoking then an evangelical I knew from school walked in and the penny dropped so we got out pronto :) (no offence to any evangelicals)

    Maybe we should have an urban meet in Mozarts at 3 o'clock on a sunday morning ? ;)

    b23
     
  9. LilMissHissyFit

    LilMissHissyFit Disturbed in a pink bra

    I remember the zone

    Im sat here wondering whether anyone in their late 20's/early 30'srecalls the famous ( or rather infamous) St Benedicts youth club discos or the Swansea uplands rugby club discos where select parents used to buy booze for just about anyone who asked them- I say select becuase only the ones who were stupid enough to buy 14 year olds booze would be in attendance.

    Quite scary what we got up to in them if I think back :eek:
     
  10. munkeeunit

    munkeeunit sumptuous lushness

    mumbles is cool :cool:

    I go there quite a lot, at least once a year to chill out, relax and reflect.
     
  11. Techno303

    Techno303 Repatriated

    I remember the Swansea Uplands rugby club discos. I painfully remember yaking up after consuming too many Diamond Whites there.

    The St Benedict’s youth club? As in the church in Sketty? My parents got married there.
     
  12. Hollis

    Hollis Bloody furious

    I like Swansea.

    I have many happy childhood memories of trips to Swansea and its environs. Bloody hilly though, iirc.
     
  13. LilMissHissyFit

    LilMissHissyFit Disturbed in a pink bra

    How many snogs in a night and do two snogs = a fumble out the back? :D
    yes St Bens as in the catholic church, no alcohol but plenty of naughty stuff, quite shocking really. None of us were members of course but I;d been to catholic school so taught my mates the hail mary in case it was needed the first time we went to see if the rumours of a decent night were true :D
     
  14. beat23

    beat23 natposat

    Yeah, especially if u live in Mount Pleasant / top parts of uplands. That's a good benefit of cardiff, pretty flat :D
     
  15. Col_Buendia

    Col_Buendia sort code

    :eek: :eek:
    Is this actually Hollis's first pleasant post in the Wales forum?? :cool: :cool:
     
  16. marty21

    marty21 One on one? You're crazy.

    i used to live at the top of newton road, hell of a hill, and constitution hill? was well steep
     
  17. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    don't answer him bro, he's trouble :mad:
    u stay away from my family 'hollis' awight! :mad:
     
  18. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

    If we flattened Wales out we'd probably be the size of Russia. Too bloody hilly by far.
     
  19. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    falls over!
    <well these saxons always have a way of claiming to be on the winnning team>
     
  20. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

    Nah, Hollis is up to something :mad:
     
  21. Col_Buendia

    Col_Buendia sort code

    Well, they've already tried excavating it, so if they tried flattening it now it would be like driving a steamroller over a very large sheet of bubblewrap.

    What with all them old mines, eh?
     
  22. LilMissHissyFit

    LilMissHissyFit Disturbed in a pink bra

    I lived at the top of constitution hill when I was pregnant/had my first
    Not fun with a pram I can tell you :eek:
     
  23. marty21

    marty21 One on one? You're crazy.

    i used to visit a mate who lived near the top, quite a climb :D
     
  24. Strumpet

    Strumpet gypsy girl

    I live near......well, the other side of the hill really. Yup steep as hell, I avoid it as much as poss! Lol.
     
  25. Techno303

    Techno303 Repatriated

    I have a photo of it that I took with my mobile phone. All lit up at night, it looks like a fucking Alpine piste. :D
     
  26. Strumpet

    Strumpet gypsy girl

    Lol!

    Apres-ski anyone? :D
     
  27. LilMissHissyFit

    LilMissHissyFit Disturbed in a pink bra

    when I lived there they held one leg of some sort of tour of britain/europe cycle race there.... The lap was up constitution hill, out onto mount pleasant hill and down, past the institute and onto the kingsawy, back up walter road and yup, straight back up that hill

    They had to do the lap about 5 or 6 times IIRC and there were blokes spewing at the top before carrying on :eek:
     
  28. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

    Aye, I'd forgot the country is hollow :(
     
  29. pembrokestephen

    pembrokestephen New Member

    I'll big-up Swansea, even if the only bits I've seen of it were dumps - it's still only 2/3 the distance from here to Cardiff.
     
  30. editor

    editor hiraethified

    Seeing no one can be arsed to start a proper general Swansea news thread, I'll post this here and change the title when I get a moment

     
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