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Started by dsanchez, March 23, 2006, 20:50:06
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Quote from: piggymirror on January 12, 2020, 06:31:10More or less at the same time, my grandmother was dying of cancer, and as we had no spare room at my parent's home (she had lived elsewhere), she had to sleep in my room as my younger brother was a toddler, and I had to endure all of her agony every night during months (years? memory gets hazy) until she was taken to hospital with me having the full certainty of her never coming back, and although nobody ever told me she wasn't coming back... there was no need, Although by the last weeks she and my brother had swapped rooms, as the situation was... well, not pleasant to anyone I guess. I was left alone at home as my brother was with my other grandparents and my parents went to the hospital. I didn't cry (not then and there). I'm not certain that I've ever fully recovered from that. So, in a way, there was a girl in the corner (of my room). With a Cure poster, looking in? I'm not sure it was there yet. Depending on the exact dates, that would be a certainty. Memory gets hazy.It must have been... 1988/1989, more or less, give it or take a year. Definitely before 1992.That is when I started to dress in black. I don't anymore, but there's still that nagging feeling that I should.
Quote from: piggymirror on January 12, 2020, 06:31:10I must have become aware of the name "The Cure" around 1987, I guess.
Quote from: piggymirror on February 10, 2020, 18:06:33And some time later ( ), one hairy punk told me "what's up, chav?", and then he told me he liked The Cure.I was left a bit puzzled, because I figured out he'd like the Sex Pistols or... Iron Maiden ( ).At the time I thought The Cure were just another Ibiza synth band (oh, no, this is my undoing...).
Quote from: undefinedGod, I really am having to do mental archaeology here.
Quote from: SueC on February 12, 2020, 14:53:44In 1987, I thought they were imbeciles. I was a serious teenager