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Topic: Smells of your youth.
Posted By: Wil Chips
Subject: Smells of your youth.
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 4:55pm
Hippy juice

Denim (for the man who doesn't have to try....tooo hard...)

Bomber Jacket fur


...more later...



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Posted By: dr_martinov
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 4:56pm
Lynx Africa.


Posted By: bazlewis
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 5:30pm
Dope smoke filling the air at all night reggae party's with Rasta school mates.


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 5:37pm
Bubbly chewing gum
Raljex before playing local league footy on a Saturday morning
Packs of Star Wars cards with the chewing gum in it (which was rock hard)
Primary school mince and onion (it was the 70's), primary school cooking in general.
Llanelli cinema hot dogs


Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 5:38pm
I remember that oil that everyone used to wear was all the rage when i was in primary school. I asked my mam if i could have some and she flipped, she said people used it to mask the scent of drugs (Didnt ask her how she knew at the time, but she did go through the 60's as a teen like)
 
Cant remember the name of the oil, but it had a well clean smell like.
 
Also remember a tree up in Parc Howard that me and the boys aptly named the 'spunk tree.' It was right by the mansion, and everytime we passed it, we all commented on how it smelt like the baby gravy we all produced in mass quantities during our teenage years.
 
Oh teenage years, how great they were. I'll always remember walking home along Pembrey Rd as a 14 year old spotty teenager when some 6th form bird, who had obviously got home before us, flashed her norks to us from her front room. Pressed right up against the glass on her window they were, lovely shape to them, or am i just reminiscing. They didnt smell of anything like, im just reminiscing about my youth like.........................


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Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 5:52pm
Denim and Brut, in fact i had Brut aftershave, splash on, talc and bloody everything that they produced under Brut 33....


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Posted By: Once a monkey
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 5:56pm
Wintergrene, that changing room  smell.
Kouros after shave
Hair gel!



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Posted By: Rob o'r Bont
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 6:00pm
That cordite like smell from a Jackie Jumper on November 5th.

That liquorice smell from a Spanish Root stick


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Posted By: Rob o'r Bont
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 6:01pm
Oil refinery smell as you drove past Llandarcy.

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Posted By: SMELLYMIKE
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 6:10pm
Hai [beep]ing Karate

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Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 6:16pm
Originally posted by SMELLYMIKE SMELLYMIKE wrote:

Hai [beep]ing Karate


Quite cute as your Sals Karate inspiration...


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In 1972, Roy Bergiers scored that try and said "that was for you lofty"

"All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us"


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 6:30pm
Originally posted by lofty evans lofty evans wrote:

Originally posted by SMELLYMIKE SMELLYMIKE wrote:

Hai [beep]ing Karate


Quite cute as your Sals Karate inspiration...
I wonder what fragrance Valerie leon wore? Charly probably.


Posted By: solihullscarlet
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 6:44pm
I think it was called petunia oil. I was going to say that and ralgex.


Posted By: Tim Opolis
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 6:53pm
The smell of singed newspaper on the blower as you lit the coal fire.

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Posted By: the ezmanoid
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 7:19pm
Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

I remember that oil that everyone used to wear was all the rage when i was in primary school. I asked my mam if i could have some and she flipped, she said people used it to mask the scent of drugs (Didnt ask her how she knew at the time, but she did go through the 60's as a teen like)
 

Cant remember the name of the oil, but it had a well clean smell like.

 

Also remember a tree up in Parc Howard that me and the boys aptly named the 'spunk tree.' It was right by the mansion, and everytime we passed it, we all commented on how it smelt like the baby gravy we all produced in mass quantities during our teenage years.

 

Oh teenage years, how great they were. I'll always remember walking home along Pembrey Rd as a 14 year old spotty teenager when some 6th form bird, who had obviously got home before us, flashed her norks to us from her front room. Pressed right up against the glass on her window they were, lovely shape to them, or am i just reminiscing. They didnt smell of anything like, im just reminiscing about my youth like.........................


Outstanding post have a clap.

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Posted By: Rob o'r Bont
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 7:48pm
Not a smell as such (but I'm sure you will see the link), but whatever happened to white dog poo?

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Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 8:00pm
Originally posted by Rob o'r Bont Rob o'r Bont wrote:

Not a smell as such (but I'm sure you will see the link), but whatever happened to white dog poo?
It still exists Mr Bont, but it is a rare sight i agree. The lanes around Pembrey Rd were full of milky bar dog shit in the 80s, but it has almost all but disapeared nowadays. Is it down to political correctiveness, I dont know, but i reckon if you pickled a dog shit in insignia you would have a perfect retro white dog turd. 

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Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 8:08pm
I remember a bloke i went to school with who went by the name of Bentkins always smelt of roast chicken crisps! 

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Posted By: Ow!
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 8:12pm
Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

I remember a bloke i went to school with who went by the name of Bentkins always smelt of roast chicken crisps! 
 
Ah is he the one whose head now stinks of North Sea oil? You know, that bloke in the short-sleeve shirts and baggy jeans who looks like Eamonn Holmes.


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Posted By: Rob o'r Bont
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 8:12pm
Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

Originally posted by Rob o'r Bont Rob o'r Bont wrote:

Not a smell as such (but I'm sure you will see the link), but whatever happened to white dog poo?
It still exists Mr Bont, but it is a rare sight i agree. The lanes around Pembrey Rd were full of milky bar dog shit in the 80s, but it has almost all but disapeared nowadays. Is it down to political correctiveness, I dont know, but i reckon if you pickled a dog shit in insignia you would have a perfect retro white dog turd. 
Could become a fashion accessory that - the cornerstone of every teenagers dress code.  Smile


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Posted By: SMELLYMIKE
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 8:19pm
White dog shit is rare now cos there arnt that many white dogs...simle isnt it

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Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 8:21pm
Originally posted by Ow! Ow! wrote:

Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

I remember a bloke i went to school with who went by the name of Bentkins always smelt of roast chicken crisps! 
 
Ah is he the one whose head now stinks of North Sea oil? You know, that bloke in the short-sleeve shirts and baggy jeans who looks like Eamonn Holmes.
Aye that the one. The toby jug faced bloke. Rumour has it he has been employed by the SAS as an extreme torture expert. When they need secret info from POWs they get him in to talk about mortgage tax relief, commuting patterns, yawn, 

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Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 8:22pm
Originally posted by SMELLYMIKE SMELLYMIKE wrote:

White dog shit is rare now cos there arnt that many white dogs...simle isnt it
Get down to Bar Luna, plenty of them there.

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Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 9:13pm
Dusty hoover cleaner bags made from cloth

Radox in the bath

Brasso



Posted By: SMELLYMIKE
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 9:19pm
I still use rADOX TO BATHE MY SENSATIVE PARTS

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Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 9:36pm
The smell of farts passing Port Talbot. Condoms. Stradey park north stand toilets.


Posted By: geordie scarlet
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 9:45pm
Musk Oil
Deep Heat
Lager and Lime
Joss sticks


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Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 9:50pm
That green slime my dad would slap on his paws after he had fixed my raleigh striker. Suarfega or something twas called like. 

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Posted By: RedZep
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 10:53pm
Lemon Curd
Old Spice
Semolina
Ginger kids smelling of wee
School disco fingers

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Posted By: Rob o'r Bont
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 11:10pm
Airfix Glue

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Posted By: Gate12
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 11:13pm
Colt, Hooch and kebabs (Moonraker and Adnan Tikka)
Dried mud (never cleaned my boots)
Hubba bubba
Findas beef pancakes
Deep heat


Posted By: bazlewis
Date Posted: 23 June 2012 at 11:15pm
Red Zep are school disco fingers the same as fish finger pie, if they are they all smell different dont they. I think you spent to much of your time in the midlands.


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:05pm
when buckleys were brewing on a thursday i think it was


Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:25pm
Aye nice smell that was rap. Also loved the smell of the bakery in tesco when i walked from my grans to special school. Also remember them there soda streams had a unique smell, especially when you spilt the flavours All over the kitchen table. Roy Munsters birthday parties up the Stradey Park Hotel also had unique smells, the smell of cream rubbed in your best globber after James lee had lost the plot. I also remember snogging a girl under the arches in school to jennifer rush.s power of love song. Her breath smelt of milk as if she had been given a glass by her mam before the disco. Didnt matter tho, I still got a bulge on coz i loves milk. As a graig boy the musky scent of Groins office will always live with me. Like a mix of coffee, blood, sweat, and white tears!

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Posted By: RedZep
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:26pm
Originally posted by bazlewis bazlewis wrote:

Red Zep are school disco fingers the same as fish finger pie, if they are they all smell different dont they. I think you spent to much of your time in the midlands.

Waverley Road, Kenilworth on one particularly momentous occasion, Baz. Thumbs Up


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Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:26pm
Wonder what Haydns conservatory smelt like in his youth?

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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:28pm
Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

Aye nice smell that was rap. Also loved the smell of the bakery in tesco when i walked from my grans to special school. Also remember them there soda streams had a unique smell, especially when you spilt the flavours All over the kitchen table. Roy Munsters birthday parties up the Stradey Park Hotel also had unique smells, the smell of cream rubbed in your best globber after James lee had lost the plot. I also remember snogging a girl under the arches in school to jennifer rush.s power of love song. Her breath smelt of milk as if she had been given a glass by her mam before the disco. Didnt matter tho, I still got a bulge on coz i loves milk. As a graig boy the musky scent of Groins office will always live with me. Like a mix of coffee, blood, sweat, and white tears!
c'mon, name names


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:28pm
Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

Wonder what Haydns conservatory smelt like in his youth?
seagull shit, probably


Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:32pm
Originally posted by rap columbo rap columbo wrote:

Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

Aye nice smell that was rap. Also loved the smell of the bakery in tesco when i walked from my grans to special school. Also remember them there soda streams had a unique smell, especially when you spilt the flavours All over the kitchen table. Roy Munsters birthday parties up the Stradey Park Hotel also had unique smells, the smell of cream rubbed in your best globber after James lee had lost the plot. I also remember snogging a girl under the arches in school to jennifer rush.s power of love song. Her breath smelt of milk as if she had been given a glass by her mam before the disco. Didnt matter tho, I still got a bulge on coz i loves milk. As a graig boy the musky scent of Groins office will always live with me. Like a mix of coffee, blood, sweat, and white tears!
c'mon, name names
Think it was semi skimmed, but i had more than a semi!

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Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 12:35pm
Originally posted by rap columbo rap columbo wrote:

Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

Wonder what Haydns conservatory smelt like in his youth?
seagull shit, probably
Aye the seagull was probably alive then before haydn stuffed him, gnawing away at all that IKEA food, Poor bugger. Oh Kate Moss is on tv now id do terrible things to her, think im going to be reminded of a smell of my youth now!

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Posted By: bazlewis
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 3:43pm
Zep mun I will have a word with our local council and see if they will erect a sign for you. I thought erecting a sign would be very apt.


Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 3:56pm
barnums toilets

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Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 4:04pm
Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

Aye nice smell that was rap. Also loved the smell of the bakery in tesco when i walked from my grans to special school. Also remember them there soda streams had a unique smell, especially when you spilt the flavours All over the kitchen table. Roy Munsters birthday parties up the Stradey Park Hotel also had unique smells, the smell of cream rubbed in your best globber after James lee had lost the plot. I also remember snogging a girl under the arches in school to jennifer rush.s power of love song. Her breath smelt of milk as if she had been given a glass by her mam before the disco. Didnt matter tho, I still got a bulge on coz i loves milk. As a graig boy the musky scent of Groins office will always live with me. Like a mix of coffee, blood, sweat, and white tears!
halcyon dayz...lol...heard something highly controversal last weekend, the man the myth who created his boy quinnell, the slazenger welly wearing king of cross keys known as gromlee gronwy goronwy groin etc etc has yet another nickname.....this drunken reveller rambles were something like...."no wonder the aussies beat us, theyve got rock climbing, they fight wild animals..theyre fathers beat them with sticks...what have we got ? groins dap? all weve got is the CHINESE EMPERORConfusedShocked 

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Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 7:37pm
Originally posted by Once a monkey Once a monkey wrote:

Wintergrene, that changing room  smell.
Kouros after shave
Hair gel!



1 more birthday & you'll have forgotten that ! Wink


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Posted By: maldwyn
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 10:47pm
Summer of 76 swimming in Norht Dock on high tide,stinking but nice.
John Rees Bakery on Bigyn Hill.
Grass cutting on Penygaer playing fields.
The fan outside The Greyhound in Felinfoel.
The River Lliedi.
The old cloak room in Coleshill School.
Judith next door.


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Posted By: greypower1
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 11:00pm
Old Spice, still use it.

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Keep the faith


Posted By: roy munster
Date Posted: 24 June 2012 at 11:12pm
saturday morning cinema fart spray

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Posted By: SMELLYMIKE
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 6:27am
The smell of the cleaner they used in the cells of borstal .....once smelt , never forgotten

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Posted By: Rob o'r Bont
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 6:55am
Originally posted by maldwyn maldwyn wrote:

Summer of 76 swimming in Norht Dock on high tide,stinking but nice......
Summer of 76; who can forget it.  The clouds disappeared from the sky in May, and didn't return until September.  Perfect blue sky for four to five months.  And the smells, well the smell of burning gorse all around the village.  I love the smell of burning gorse in the morning.


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Posted By: ladram
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 7:17am
Originally posted by Rob o'r Bont Rob o'r Bont wrote:

Originally posted by maldwyn maldwyn wrote:

Summer of 76 swimming in Norht Dock on high tide,stinking but nice......
Summer of 76; who can forget it.  The clouds disappeared from the sky in May, and didn't return until September.  Perfect blue sky for four to five months.  And the smells, well the smell of burning gorse all around the village.  I love the smell of burning gorse in the morning.
 believe it or not in that summer some parts of the uk had snow on june the 1st.with a bit of wagner on your mp3 i dare say?


Posted By: salmidach
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 9:53am
The stink of Piss emanating from the toilets by buckleys brewery.. bl00dy pickup point for all away matches.

What was the name given to those toilets?????


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Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 9:56am
Nylon replica footie shirts

lucozade ( in a bottle wrapped in orange polysomething) - when you were dost like.

Fruitellas



Posted By: salmidach
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 10:02am
1/2 penny mojo's... not a smell but a great sweet....

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Posted By: Rob o'r Bont
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 10:30am
Originally posted by ladram ladram wrote:

Originally posted by Rob o'r Bont Rob o'r Bont wrote:

Originally posted by maldwyn maldwyn wrote:

Summer of 76 swimming in Norht Dock on high tide,stinking but nice......
Summer of 76; who can forget it.  The clouds disappeared from the sky in May, and didn't return until September.  Perfect blue sky for four to five months.  And the smells, well the smell of burning gorse all around the village.  I love the smell of burning gorse in the morning.
 believe it or not in that summer some parts of the uk had snow on june the 1st.with a bit of wagner on your mp3 i dare say?

Well spotted. Smile


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Posted By: salmidach
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 10:35am
who can remember it more like

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Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 3:56pm
Originally posted by jeremy windell jeremy windell wrote:

Wonder what Haydns conservatory smelt like in his youth?
PMSL!!!! LOLLOLLOLClapClapClap

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Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:06pm
[QUOTE=jeremy windell]I remember that oil that everyone used to wear was all the rage when i was in primary school. I asked my mam if i could have some and she flipped, she said people used it to mask the scent of drugs (Didnt ask her how she knew at the time, but she did go through the 60's as a teen like)
 
Cant remember the name of the oil, but it had a well clean smell like.
 
Also remember a tree up in Parc Howard that me and the boys aptly named the 'spunk tree.' It was right by the mansion, and everytime we passed it, we all commented on how it smelt like the baby gravy we all produced in mass quantities during our teenage years.
 
Oh teenage years, how great they were. I'll always remember walking home along Pembrey Rd as a 14 year old spotty teenager when some 6th form bird, who had obviously got home before us, flashed her norks to us from her front room. Pressed right up against the glass on her window they were, lovely shape to them, or am i just reminiscing. They didnt smell of anything like, im just reminiscing about my youth like.........................
Petunia Oil my brother used to wash in it]


Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:10pm

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 


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Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:13pm
The sweet stench of the pipe coming out by the North dock oh the sweet sweet smell. Can't believe they built posh houses down there they must have a giant smelly tree dangling at the entrance!!!Nuke
Circles Pub always triggered mentally the smell of polo mints (disguised the real smell of overflowing toilets!!!!
Saturday morning queueing in the cinema for the Saturday morning show and the waft of the hotdog machine as you got closer to paying then getting a box of poppets(raisen ones red box) and then running up the stairs getting covered in cheap red sauce aahhhhhhhhh


Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:16pm
[QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]


Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:17pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

The sweet stench of the pipe coming out by the North dock oh the sweet sweet smell. Can't believe they built posh houses down there they must have a giant smelly tree dangling at the entrance!!!Nuke
Circles Pub always triggered mentally the smell of polo mints (disguised the real smell of overflowing toilets!!!!
Saturday morning queueing in the cinema for the Saturday morning show and the waft of the hotdog machine as you got closer to paying then getting a box of poppets(raisen ones red box) and then running up the stairs getting covered in cheap red sauce aahhhhhhhhh
That was a massive pain in the arse for my parents! LOL but Poppets were bliss!!! Weren't the raisen ones in a purple box? The red box was nut???? Shocked Mint were the best though, green box they were!! Big smile Can anyone remember the WAM and Mumbo Jumbo bar? Big smile

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Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:21pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

[QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
No, Dill's was on the corner of Cedric Street/Regalia Terrace - Just off Walters Road Big smile Used to do loads of Quarter Mix sweets and Videos Big smile Packed out during school lunches he was, everyone was after Chip Butties and a can of HaParc y Scarletshopper coke Big smile

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Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:22pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

[QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
You went to get chips with a pyrex dish? ShockedLOL

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Posted By: geordie scarlet
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:24pm
Water fountain in Parc Howard
Linseed oil on cricket bats
Pink school dinner custard
Rugby boots with dubbing on
 


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Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:28pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

[QUOTE=jeremy windell]I remember that oil that everyone used to wear was all the rage when i was in primary school. I asked my mam if i could have some and she flipped, she said people used it to mask the scent of drugs (Didnt ask her how she knew at the time, but she did go through the 60's as a teen like)
 
Cant remember the name of the oil, but it had a well clean smell like.
 
Also remember a tree up in Parc Howard that me and the boys aptly named the 'spunk tree.' It was right by the mansion, and everytime we passed it, we all commented on how it smelt like the baby gravy we all produced in mass quantities during our teenage years.
 
Oh teenage years, how great they were. I'll always remember walking home along Pembrey Rd as a 14 year old spotty teenager when some 6th form bird, who had obviously got home before us, flashed her norks to us from her front room. Pressed right up against the glass on her window they were, lovely shape to them, or am i just reminiscing. They didnt smell of anything like, im just reminiscing about my youth like.........................
Petunia Oil my brother used to wash in it]


Patchouli Oil was the choice of the Denim & Leather brigade .... LOL


Petunia Oil was more likely to be found by the Lavender Bags heavilly favoured by those knitting Evans' Cardi's Wink


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Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:29pm
Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

[QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
You went to get chips with a pyrex dish? ShockedLOL
 
Yeap the old dear would have faggots and peas on the go then me and my brother would  pop up Florence street fill the dish(with lid) and get back just in time it was the early days of precision cooking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! bloody great I don't think we paid more than 50p for about 4 portions of chips(with free bag of batter bits!!!!!


Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:31pm
Originally posted by scarletman scarletman wrote:

[QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=jeremy windell]I remember that oil that everyone used to wear was all the rage when i was in primary school. I asked my mam if i could have some and she flipped, she said people used it to mask the scent of drugs (Didnt ask her how she knew at the time, but she did go through the 60's as a teen like)
 
Cant remember the name of the oil, but it had a well clean smell like.
 
Also remember a tree up in Parc Howard that me and the boys aptly named the 'spunk tree.' It was right by the mansion, and everytime we passed it, we all commented on how it smelt like the baby gravy we all produced in mass quantities during our teenage years.
 
Oh teenage years, how great they were. I'll always remember walking home along Pembrey Rd as a 14 year old spotty teenager when some 6th form bird, who had obviously got home before us, flashed her norks to us from her front room. Pressed right up against the glass on her window they were, lovely shape to them, or am i just reminiscing. They didnt smell of anything like, im just reminiscing about my youth like.........................
Petunia Oil my brother used to wash in it]


Patchouli Oil was the choice of the Denim & Leather brigade .... LOL


Petunia Oil was more likely to be found by the Lavender Bags heavilly favoured by those knitting Evans' Cardi's Wink
you obviously met my brother then LOL it used to stink the house out but the bottle seemed to last forever and it was only tiny]


Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:35pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

Originally posted by scarletman scarletman wrote:

[QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=jeremy windell]I remember that oil that everyone used to wear was all the rage when i was in primary school. I asked my mam if i could have some and she flipped, she said people used it to mask the scent of drugs (Didnt ask her how she knew at the time, but she did go through the 60's as a teen like)
 
Cant remember the name of the oil, but it had a well clean smell like.
 
Also remember a tree up in Parc Howard that me and the boys aptly named the 'spunk tree.' It was right by the mansion, and everytime we passed it, we all commented on how it smelt like the baby gravy we all produced in mass quantities during our teenage years.
 
Oh teenage years, how great they were. I'll always remember walking home along Pembrey Rd as a 14 year old spotty teenager when some 6th form bird, who had obviously got home before us, flashed her norks to us from her front room. Pressed right up against the glass on her window they were, lovely shape to them, or am i just reminiscing. They didnt smell of anything like, im just reminiscing about my youth like.........................
Petunia Oil my brother used to wash in it]


Patchouli Oil was the choice of the Denim & Leather brigade .... LOL


Petunia Oil was more likely to be found by the Lavender Bags heavilly favoured by those knitting Evans' Cardi's Wink
you obviously met my brother then LOL it used to stink the house out but the bottle seemed to last forever and it was only tiny]


If he's got a birthday coming up ......

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Patchouli-Essential-Oil-100-Pure-10ml-/220953457074?pt=UK_Health_Beauty_Natural_AlternativeTherapies&hash=item3371da31b2" rel="nofollow - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Patchouli-Essential-Oil-100-Pure-10ml-/220953457074?pt=UK_Health_Beauty_Natural_AlternativeTherapies&hash=item3371da31b2


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Posted By: salmidach
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 4:45pm
guys guys...

specifics.. mun... 

Green poppets - mint
purple poppets - raisin
red poppets - toffee

and new Choc Chip flavour



amateurs...

loved saturdays in the cinema though awesome experience.. followed by the jubilee pool.

got my first "second base" in jubilee pool, that was after first base in the cinema lol..


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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 5:12pm
Originally posted by salmidach salmidach wrote:

guys guys...

specifics.. mun... 

Green poppets - mint
purple poppets - raisin
red poppets - toffee

and new Choc Chip flavour



amateurs...

loved saturdays in the cinema though awesome experience.. followed by the jubilee pool.

got my first "second base" in jubilee pool, that was after first base in the cinema lol..
i knew you and speedy were mates.....................


Posted By: salmidach
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 5:13pm
lol.. no thank you.. he's too short for me.. I'll get a bad neck mun.. hehe

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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 5:25pm
Originally posted by salmidach salmidach wrote:

lol.. no thank you.. he's too short for me.. I'll get a bad neck mun.. hehe
see, if i'd posted that in the old days, you'd have gone on about mythical denim jackets and all sorts. i miss the old days


Posted By: salmidach
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 5:25pm
Originally posted by rap columbo rap columbo wrote:

Originally posted by salmidach salmidach wrote:

lol.. no thank you.. he's too short for me.. I'll get a bad neck mun.. hehe
see, if i'd posted that in the old days, you'd have gone on about mythical denim jackets and all sorts. i miss the old days

i don't i was being such a d1ck.


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Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 5:43pm
Originally posted by rap columbo rap columbo wrote:

[QUOTE=salmidach] guys guys...

specifics.. mun... 

Green poppets - mint
purple poppets - raisin
red poppets - toffee

and new Choc Chip flavour



amateurs...

loved saturdays in the cinema though awesome experience.. followed by the jubilee pool.

got my first "second base" in jubilee pool, that was after first base in the cinema lol..
i knew you and speedy were mates.....................
I bow to the knowledge also the raffle with your ticket for the bags of sweets and the ones they threw into the audience bliss Jubillee pool used to come out like a prune after hours of free falling off the top board


Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 7:44pm
Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

[QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
No, Dill's was on the corner of Cedric Street/Regalia Terrace - Just off Walters Road Big smile Used to do loads of Quarter Mix sweets and Videos Big smile Packed out during school lunches he was, everyone was after Chip Butties and a can of HaParc y Scarletshopper coke Big smile
would that have been the one we used from Coedcae bunk accross the top rugby pitch and into the houses?? if so remember it well also had Donkey Kong machine, managed to get curry sauce and chips and one game for £1.50
]


Posted By: trident
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 8:54pm
The smell of your grans front room
old english cider
two strokes (thats bike engines not your early sexual encounters)


Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 9:24pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

Originally posted by scarletman scarletman wrote:

[QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=jeremy windell]I remember that oil that everyone used to wear was all the rage when i was in primary school. I asked my mam if i could have some and she flipped, she said people used it to mask the scent of drugs (Didnt ask her how she knew at the time, but she did go through the 60's as a teen like)
 

Cant remember the name of the oil, but it had a well clean smell like.

 

Also remember a tree up in Parc Howard that me and the boys aptly named the 'spunk tree.' It was right by the mansion, and everytime we passed it, we all commented on how it smelt like the baby gravy we all produced in mass quantities during our teenage years.

 

Oh teenage years, how great they were. I'll always remember walking home along Pembrey Rd as a 14 year old spotty teenager when some 6th form bird, who had obviously got home before us, flashed her norks to us from her front room. Pressed right up against the glass on her window they were, lovely shape to them, or am i just reminiscing. They didnt smell of anything like, im just reminiscing about my youth like.........................
Petunia Oil my brother used to wash in it]


Patchouli Oil was the choice of the Denim & Leather brigade .... LOL


Petunia Oil was more likely to be found by the Lavender Bags heavilly favoured by those knitting Evans' Cardi's Wink
you obviously met my brother then LOL it used to stink the house out but the bottle seemed to last forever and it was only tiny]



Agreed my twin brother used to use that smelly oil stuff and that tiny bottle did indeed last for decades......



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Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 9:28pm
Originally posted by trident trident wrote:

The smell of your grans front room
old english cider
two strokes (thats bike engines not your early sexual encounters)



Superb trident, two stroke engines and partially burnt oil, fantastic mun, you could smell em for miles. Suzi X7, GT 250 Ram Air, Kawasaki KH 250 triple all.with Micron pipes and black ozzing stuff dripping out of the tailpipe and clouds of blue smoke when they were wheelied and you couldnt see where the bike had gone, ah those were the days. ...... Havent seen a KH 250 for about 25 years, would love to have one tbh....



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In 1972, Roy Bergiers scored that try and said "that was for you lofty"

"All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us"


Posted By: bazlewis
Date Posted: 25 June 2012 at 9:34pm
Sal they are still selling Poppets up here in Tesco's. But they are in bags instead of boxes, they are doing Toffee and Mint blydi lush.


Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 2:05pm
Originally posted by trident trident wrote:

The smell of your grans front room
old english cider
two strokes (thats bike engines not your early sexual encounters)


You knew my Gran ? ..... Confused




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Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 4:09pm
Originally posted by salmidach salmidach wrote:

guys guys...

specifics.. mun... 

Green poppets - mint
purple poppets - raisin
red poppets - toffee

and new Choc Chip flavour



amateurs...

loved saturdays in the cinema though awesome experience.. followed by the jubilee pool.

got my first "second base" in jubilee pool, that was after first base in the cinema lol..
F**K, I was soooooo close getting those correct! LOL Toffee were the red ones, I was convinced that they were nut!!! LOL
 
The Jubilee Pool, what a stinking place that was, but the Cafe overlooking at the top used to do a beast of a 10p mix on a Saturday morning before playing football against the Marsh Rovers on Poeples Park!!!! LOL


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Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 4:11pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

Jubillee pool used to come out like a prune after hours of free falling off the top board
LOLLOLLOL
 
Remember the small board that they put in a few years later, forget how many times I got face and back slap from trying to do tricks off it!!!! LOLLOLLOL


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New Season, New Start


Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 4:13pm
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

[QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
No, Dill's was on the corner of Cedric Street/Regalia Terrace - Just off Walters Road Big smile Used to do loads of Quarter Mix sweets and Videos Big smile Packed out during school lunches he was, everyone was after Chip Butties and a can of HaParc y Scarletshopper coke Big smile
would that have been the one we used from Coedcae bunk accross the top rugby pitch and into the houses?? if so remember it well also had Donkey Kong machine, managed to get curry sauce and chips and one game for £1.50
]
That'll be the one! StarStarStar You used to have to apply for a pass to go out at lunch and have chips, but yeah, we used to go across the top rugby pitches, or through the bushes by Fewsters hut! LOL

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New Season, New Start


Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 4:15pm
Originally posted by scarletman scarletman wrote:

Originally posted by trident trident wrote:

The smell of your grans front room
old english cider
two strokes (thats bike engines not your early sexual encounters)


You knew my Gran ? ..... Confused


PMSL!!! LOLLOLLOL

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New Season, New Start


Posted By: trident
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 8:25pm
Originally posted by scarletman scarletman wrote:

Originally posted by trident trident wrote:

The smell of your grans front room
old english cider
two strokes (thats bike engines not your early sexual encounters)


You knew my Gran ? ..... Confused


LOL


Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 8:33pm
Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

[QUOTE=Mrfwon][QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
No, Dill's was on the corner of Cedric Street/Regalia Terrace - Just off Walters Road Big smile Used to do loads of Quarter Mix sweets and Videos Big smile Packed out during school lunches he was, everyone was after Chip Butties and a can of HaParc y Scarletshopper coke Big smile
would that have been the one we used from Coedcae bunk accross the top rugby pitch and into the houses?? if so remember it well also had Donkey Kong machine, managed to get curry sauce and chips and one game for £1.50
]
That'll be the one! StarStarStar You used to have to apply for a pass to go out at lunch and have chips, but yeah, we used to go across the top rugby pitches, or through the bushes by Fewsters hut! LOL
 
no passes required in 84/85 just fast legs and don't get caught by the teacher patrol espeacially Gary Martin he was quite fast!!Ouch-+
]


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 26 June 2012 at 9:04pm
Paraffin lamps (when the miners were on strike).

Dom da on everyone in the pub on market day (except the auctioneers, but even they ponged after an all dayer)

King ribs...sticky ychi slabs of mwsh shaped like a toast rack that smelt of sick.









Posted By: aber-fan
Date Posted: 27 June 2012 at 8:15am
patchouli on the girls in the hippy years (I hope it was only on the girls!)
embrocation and dubbin in the changing rooms before a match
vinegar and chips in the pouring rain
chickens (during visits to country cousins)


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Posted By: Mrfwon
Date Posted: 27 June 2012 at 8:40am
Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

[QUOTE=Mrfwon][QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
No, Dill's was on the corner of Cedric Street/Regalia Terrace - Just off Walters Road Big smile Used to do loads of Quarter Mix sweets and Videos Big smile Packed out during school lunches he was, everyone was after Chip Butties and a can of HaParc y Scarletshopper coke Big smile
would that have been the one we used from Coedcae bunk accross the top rugby pitch and into the houses?? if so remember it well also had Donkey Kong machine, managed to get curry sauce and chips and one game for £1.50
]
That'll be the one! StarStarStar You used to have to apply for a pass to go out at lunch and have chips, but yeah, we used to go across the top rugby pitches, or through the bushes by Fewsters hut! LOL
 
no passes required in 84/85 just fast legs and don't get caught by the teacher patrol espeacially Gary Martin he was quite fast!!Ouch-+
]
LOL Or Rob Dove! LOL Although he was quite chill with everything, where as Troy watched everyone like a hawk! ShockedLOL

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New Season, New Start


Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 27 June 2012 at 6:55pm
Dead
Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

Originally posted by scarletabroad scarletabroad wrote:

Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

[QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=Mrfwon][QUOTE=scarletabroad][QUOTE=Mrfwon]

Tipp-Ex, Tipp-Ex thinners, and the pine smell from a real christmas tree. Freshly cooked mince pies and Brains Faoggots were bliss, not forgetting Um Bongo Juice drink!!! Star Couldn't beat the smell coming out of Buckleys, but then the following day it smelt like sh*t! Dead The grass bin in Parc Howard always smelt tidy, but the bottom of Charles Street did not! LOL Toffee Apples at the Christmas carnival smelt nice, and so did fresh cockles on a Saturday morning down the market. Thumbs Up Loved getting fresh fish and chips from Eddie's, Dill's or Tysia (or a Curry Butty), smelt beautiful, but I'll never forget the smell of my very first Chicken Chow Mein........bliss! Clap 

 
[IS THAT dill's top of Westbury street if so I had to queue for ages to get their chips but they were 2nd best after John's in New Dock road where I had to go with a pyrex dish to be filled not always as full when I got home though boody lovely]
No, Dill's was on the corner of Cedric Street/Regalia Terrace - Just off Walters Road Big smile Used to do loads of Quarter Mix sweets and Videos Big smile Packed out during school lunches he was, everyone was after Chip Butties and a can of HaParc y Scarletshopper coke Big smile
would that have been the one we used from Coedcae bunk accross the top rugby pitch and into the houses?? if so remember it well also had Donkey Kong machine, managed to get curry sauce and chips and one game for £1.50
]
That'll be the one! StarStarStar You used to have to apply for a pass to go out at lunch and have chips, but yeah, we used to go across the top rugby pitches, or through the bushes by Fewsters hut! LOL
 
no passes required in 84/85 just fast legs and don't get caught by the teacher patrol espeacially Gary Martin he was quite fast!!Ouch-+
]
LOL Or Rob Dove! LOL Although he was quite chill with everything, where as Troy watched everyone like a hawk! ShockedLOL
[Had a few issues with old Troy someone told me he had died poor bloke took some cr*p
another smell was going past the cookery class in Coedcae when they made Bread and butter pudding as we went to Metal Mickeys class which stank of oil and metal I hated that placeDead]


Posted By: jeremy windell
Date Posted: 27 June 2012 at 10:38pm
latex gloves and babyoil, tipex, that shit glue all the schools seemed to have, goblin 'amburgers.

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Go ahead..........Take those banana's


Posted By: scarletabroad
Date Posted: 30 June 2012 at 3:37pm

The ultimate smell for me was walking through the back lane of Jenkins the Bakers on New Dock road when they used to do all the baking on site the smell was awesome fresh bread and cakes dribbling at the very thought of it.




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