Monthly Archives: March 2012
‘Heroes’ – David Bowie
‘We Are The Champions’ – Queen
‘Wuthering Heights’ – Kate Bush
‘Night Fever’ – Bee Gees
‘London Calling’ – Clash
‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ – Joy Division
‘That’s Entertainment’ – The Jam
‘I Don’t Want To Talk About It’ – Rod Stewart
‘Look of Love’ – ABC
‘Golden Brown’ – The Stranglers
‘True’ – Spandau Ballet
‘Careless Whisper’ – George Michael
‘Holding Back The Years’ – Simply Red
‘Sledgehammer’ – Peter Gabriel
‘Sacrifice’ – Elton John
‘Unfinished Sympathy’ – Massive Attack
‘Why’ – Annie Lennox
‘Fields of Gold’ – Sting
‘Kiss From A Rose’ – Seal
‘Wonderwall’ – Oasis
‘Angels’ – Robbie Williams
‘Yellow’ – Coldplay
‘Babylon’ – David Gray
‘Leave Right Now’ – Will Young
‘Dry Your Eyes’ – The Streets
Now you know what to add to your iTunes! You’re welcome! x
Interview from March 21, 2012.
I don’t own the rights to this video.
I don’t own the rights to the video.
Skins is a BAFTA award-winning British teen drama that follows the lives of a group of teenagers in Bristol, South West England, through the two years of sixth form. Its controversial storylines have explored issues such as dysfunctional families, mental illness (such as eating disorders), adolescent sexuality, substance abuse and death. The show was created by father-and-son television writers Bryan Elsley and Jamie Brittain for Company Pictures, and premiered on E4 on 25 January 2007. The show went on to be a ratings winner in its target demographic and to be a success with critics.
Skins began its 6th series in January 2012, following a third generation of Bristolian teenagers. A Skins film, focusing on characters from the show’s first four series, was also in production and had been anticipated for release in 2012. However, at the screening of “Everyone” (episode 6.01) in January 2012, show creator Bryan Elsley hinted that a movie will probably not happen until after the show comes to an end. The cancellation of the UK show was announced on 7 March 2012. The E4 teen drama has been recommissioned for a special seventh run – made up of three films broken up into six parts – to be broadcast in 2013.
bags (n) – A botched job (also see “hames”)
Eg: That guy made a right bags of me corned beef and cabbage.
Bowsie(n)- Person (esp. male) of very disreputable character. A useless good-for-nothing?
Eg:Hey, that Bowsie totally just cut me in the bathroom line.
Bollixed (adj) (see fluthered, gee-eyed, rat-arsed) – Somewhat in excess of the legal alcohol driving limit.
Eg:I think thats my last Baileys dude. I am way bollixed
Chisseler (n) – young child
I cant believe Snooky has a chisseler on the way.
Cute hoor (n) – suspiciously resourceful gentleman
Eg:Speaking from his villa in the Alps, the cute hoor denied making any payments to politicna for favorable contracts.
Donkeys years (n) – Inordrdinately long amount of time. An epoch. A time memorial.
Eg:I haven’t marched in a parade in donkey’s years.
Fanny (n) – Females genitals
(Not a woman’s rear as usually assumed. Take note)
Flahulach (adj) (pronounced Flah-hule-uck) – generous
Eg: Wow. You left a tip. You must be feeling rather flaulach today.
Gaff (n) – Home. Place of residence.
Eg: Thats some pretty fancy gaff you got there with that yard and those trees.
Ganky (n) – repulsive, ugly
Eg: This green corned beef is rather ganky.
Gollier (n)- A mass of phglem expelled from mouth at high speed.
Eg: Watch it man! You just got a gollier in my beer.
Gurrier (n) – Hooligan. Ruffian. Delinquent.
Eg: Hey I think I’ve spotted the Gurrier who ran off with my kids shamrock balloon.
Heavin’ (adj) – Thoroughly packed.
Eg: Wow! O’Reillys is heavin’ tonight.
Hockeyed (v) – heavily deafeted
Eg:Is it me or are the New Jersey Nets hockeyed every night?
Hop (v) – Play truant from school.
Eg: Lets go the hop and see the parade in the city?
Jacks (n) – toilet, restroom
Eg: C’mon man hurry up. You’re not the only one who has to use the jacks pal.
Jo Maxi (n) – cab
Eg: I think you’re pretty bollixed. I’m calling you a Jo Maxi.
Me oul’ segotia (expression) – Term of endearment. My old flower.
Eg: I’ll see you at the parade with me oul’ segotia.