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skateboardermagazine:

I hope it’s my size…

hahaaaaa

skateboardermagazine:

I hope it’s my size…

hahaaaaa

I got myself a new car this weekend: a new Vauxhall Corsa.
It’s really something because it has various luxuries like A/C and an auxiliary point. Anyway, the excitement of a new car has overwhelmed me and taken me back to a time when the prospect having my own car was an outrageous pipe dream. However, the moment came and neither me or the car could see what the future held for us: a life changing journey that would bind man and machine in a relationship like no other. 
The machine in question was a 5 - door 1.1 Citroen Saxo Desire in British Racing Green. 
This beast, this bench mark in modern engineering, this… this Maverick would change everything and as a naive Seventeen year old I had no idea. I can’t go into too much because it’s very personal to me and the loss is still raw but the work, money, and time spent on that car was re paid tenfold in the form of adrenaline filled rides. 
I’d really like to go on but it would seriously be like opening flood gates. The beautiful friendship came to an end as I was outgrowing the Saxo and the Saxo was growing old and tired. But we parted ways and as the French say “C’est la vie!” I could tell he didn’t want another owner because the breaks failed on the test drive. I don’t know where it is or what it’s doing now but I hope it’s happy and treated as it should be.
But the Saxo burned into my memory and taught me lessons I would never forget. It gave me some of the best time in my life, I even joined a Saxo owners society and through the Saxo people came together and I made friends. Two cars down the line and I’m even satrting a Photography project based on the Saxo and it’s effect on people, so watch this space!
Let’s hope I have as much of a relationship with my new car as I did with Percy, the faithful Saxo. 
Here’s to old friends and new cars!

I got myself a new car this weekend: a new Vauxhall Corsa.

It’s really something because it has various luxuries like A/C and an auxiliary point. Anyway, the excitement of a new car has overwhelmed me and taken me back to a time when the prospect having my own car was an outrageous pipe dream. However, the moment came and neither me or the car could see what the future held for us: a life changing journey that would bind man and machine in a relationship like no other. 

The machine in question was a 5 - door 1.1 Citroen Saxo Desire in British Racing Green. 

This beast, this bench mark in modern engineering, this… this Maverick would change everything and as a naive Seventeen year old I had no idea. I can’t go into too much because it’s very personal to me and the loss is still raw but the work, money, and time spent on that car was re paid tenfold in the form of adrenaline filled rides. 

I’d really like to go on but it would seriously be like opening flood gates. The beautiful friendship came to an end as I was outgrowing the Saxo and the Saxo was growing old and tired. But we parted ways and as the French say “C’est la vie!” I could tell he didn’t want another owner because the breaks failed on the test drive. I don’t know where it is or what it’s doing now but I hope it’s happy and treated as it should be.

But the Saxo burned into my memory and taught me lessons I would never forget. It gave me some of the best time in my life, I even joined a Saxo owners society and through the Saxo people came together and I made friends. Two cars down the line and I’m even satrting a Photography project based on the Saxo and it’s effect on people, so watch this space!

Let’s hope I have as much of a relationship with my new car as I did with Percy, the faithful Saxo. 

Here’s to old friends and new cars!

TRUE LAD

TRUE LAD

(Source: drummedup)

Jus’ chillin’ out with a Specky whilst the sun is setting over Thorne city centre hahahahahahaha nah jus’ joshin’ it’s Donny really hahahahahahahahaha

Jus’ chillin’ out with a Specky whilst the sun is setting over Thorne city centre hahahahahahaha nah jus’ joshin’ it’s Donny really hahahahahahahahaha

nooshi:

Went to Brighton at the weekend. Didn’t use my phone or the internet for 3 days and had the most fun I’ve had in 6 months.

Photo taken by my buddy when some of us went to Brighton for a few days to see another buddy. Pretty sickening shit. You should follow this guy, he’s a real piece of work.

nooshi:

Went to Brighton at the weekend. Didn’t use my phone or the internet for 3 days and had the most fun I’ve had in 6 months.

Photo taken by my buddy when some of us went to Brighton for a few days to see another buddy. Pretty sickening shit. You should follow this guy, he’s a real piece of work.

(Source: opteryx)

before I go to bed,

I’d read that Drug Store in Norwich were putting out a video featuring some locals and Franklin Stephens has a part in it which I find incredible. Franklin Stephens is one of my favourite British skateboarders and hasn’t had a part in owt for donkeys. I can’t find this video to buy or on line anywhere so if anyone actually gives a shite and sees this and also knows where I can find this new Frank Stephens part please help a brother out. I’d be really grateful and also did anyone know that he’d given up skateboarding to become a tree surgeon?! 

before I go to bed,

I’d read that Drug Store in Norwich were putting out a video featuring some locals and Franklin Stephens has a part in it which I find incredible. Franklin Stephens is one of my favourite British skateboarders and hasn’t had a part in owt for donkeys. I can’t find this video to buy or on line anywhere so if anyone actually gives a shite and sees this and also knows where I can find this new Frank Stephens part please help a brother out. I’d be really grateful and also did anyone know that he’d given up skateboarding to become a tree surgeon?! 

Been having some serious fun on Fallout 3, lately. I’ve heard a lot of people give this game bad press because it’s fairly glitchy or because the controls are a bit hard to get used too or because they played the first half an hour which totally doesn’t reflect the rest of the game. I’ve even heard the look of it criticised! Basically, I’ve heard more bad than good and it’s mainly come from people who haven’t played it extensively. I want to give Fallout 3 some much deserved thumbs up. I think it’s really something and even if you can’t get stuck into the story you can’t deny that chunking someone with a .308 in cinematic slo - mo style isn’t ace. Who’s with me?

Been having some serious fun on Fallout 3, lately. I’ve heard a lot of people give this game bad press because it’s fairly glitchy or because the controls are a bit hard to get used too or because they played the first half an hour which totally doesn’t reflect the rest of the game. I’ve even heard the look of it criticised! Basically, I’ve heard more bad than good and it’s mainly come from people who haven’t played it extensively. I want to give Fallout 3 some much deserved thumbs up. I think it’s really something and even if you can’t get stuck into the story you can’t deny that chunking someone with a .308 in cinematic slo - mo style isn’t ace. Who’s with me?

Expect Jenna Fischer spam over the course of my life.

Expect Jenna Fischer spam over the course of my life.

Piss off.

Piss off.

nooshi:

Some horrible lad shat on a wall, I feel sorry for people who work at Corp (Taken with instagram)

what the fuuuuuuck? I can’t believe you put your hand so close to it. Jesus, that is horrendous.

nooshi:

Some horrible lad shat on a wall, I feel sorry for people who work at Corp (Taken with instagram)

what the fuuuuuuck? I can’t believe you put your hand so close to it. Jesus, that is horrendous.

(Source: opteryx)

I love you, man, a cuppa tea, and two of the three best people in the world. Hell yes, my night is set.

I love you, man, a cuppa tea, and two of the three best people in the world. Hell yes, my night is set.

(Source: blackmamba112)

TO HELL WITH YOU, SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH.
No, definitely not. I am joking so much, I could never mean that. I love you, Sir. However, me and a few buddys played the David Attenborough drinking game which I thought would be bangin’ but was an all to real hell. If you’re not aware of the game it only has a few rules which are:
1. Watch any of the documentaries narrated by Sir David.
2.Take a drink any time he uses a surperlative.
3. Take a drink if he says “in the world”, “known to man”, “on the planet”, or “extraordinary”.
4. Finish your drink during any panoramic or time lapsed shot.
5. If Sir David enters the shot, stand, salute, and finish your drink as a sign of respect.
Unless you want to feel as bad as us don’t play this game. 
Love Sir David Attenborough responsibly.

TO HELL WITH YOU, SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH.

No, definitely not. I am joking so much, I could never mean that. I love you, Sir. However, me and a few buddys played the David Attenborough drinking game which I thought would be bangin’ but was an all to real hell. If you’re not aware of the game it only has a few rules which are:

1. Watch any of the documentaries narrated by Sir David.

2.Take a drink any time he uses a surperlative.

3. Take a drink if he says “in the world”, “known to man”, “on the planet”, or “extraordinary”.

4. Finish your drink during any panoramic or time lapsed shot.

5. If Sir David enters the shot, stand, salute, and finish your drink as a sign of respect.

Unless you want to feel as bad as us don’t play this game. 

Love Sir David Attenborough responsibly.

eyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

eyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

skateboardermagazine:

I hope it’s my size…

hahaaaaa

skateboardermagazine:

I hope it’s my size…

hahaaaaa

I got myself a new car this weekend: a new Vauxhall Corsa.
It’s really something because it has various luxuries like A/C and an auxiliary point. Anyway, the excitement of a new car has overwhelmed me and taken me back to a time when the prospect having my own car was an outrageous pipe dream. However, the moment came and neither me or the car could see what the future held for us: a life changing journey that would bind man and machine in a relationship like no other. 
The machine in question was a 5 - door 1.1 Citroen Saxo Desire in British Racing Green. 
This beast, this bench mark in modern engineering, this… this Maverick would change everything and as a naive Seventeen year old I had no idea. I can’t go into too much because it’s very personal to me and the loss is still raw but the work, money, and time spent on that car was re paid tenfold in the form of adrenaline filled rides. 
I’d really like to go on but it would seriously be like opening flood gates. The beautiful friendship came to an end as I was outgrowing the Saxo and the Saxo was growing old and tired. But we parted ways and as the French say “C’est la vie!” I could tell he didn’t want another owner because the breaks failed on the test drive. I don’t know where it is or what it’s doing now but I hope it’s happy and treated as it should be.
But the Saxo burned into my memory and taught me lessons I would never forget. It gave me some of the best time in my life, I even joined a Saxo owners society and through the Saxo people came together and I made friends. Two cars down the line and I’m even satrting a Photography project based on the Saxo and it’s effect on people, so watch this space!
Let’s hope I have as much of a relationship with my new car as I did with Percy, the faithful Saxo. 
Here’s to old friends and new cars!

I got myself a new car this weekend: a new Vauxhall Corsa.

It’s really something because it has various luxuries like A/C and an auxiliary point. Anyway, the excitement of a new car has overwhelmed me and taken me back to a time when the prospect having my own car was an outrageous pipe dream. However, the moment came and neither me or the car could see what the future held for us: a life changing journey that would bind man and machine in a relationship like no other. 

The machine in question was a 5 - door 1.1 Citroen Saxo Desire in British Racing Green. 

This beast, this bench mark in modern engineering, this… this Maverick would change everything and as a naive Seventeen year old I had no idea. I can’t go into too much because it’s very personal to me and the loss is still raw but the work, money, and time spent on that car was re paid tenfold in the form of adrenaline filled rides. 

I’d really like to go on but it would seriously be like opening flood gates. The beautiful friendship came to an end as I was outgrowing the Saxo and the Saxo was growing old and tired. But we parted ways and as the French say “C’est la vie!” I could tell he didn’t want another owner because the breaks failed on the test drive. I don’t know where it is or what it’s doing now but I hope it’s happy and treated as it should be.

But the Saxo burned into my memory and taught me lessons I would never forget. It gave me some of the best time in my life, I even joined a Saxo owners society and through the Saxo people came together and I made friends. Two cars down the line and I’m even satrting a Photography project based on the Saxo and it’s effect on people, so watch this space!

Let’s hope I have as much of a relationship with my new car as I did with Percy, the faithful Saxo. 

Here’s to old friends and new cars!

TRUE LAD

TRUE LAD

(Source: drummedup)

Jus’ chillin’ out with a Specky whilst the sun is setting over Thorne city centre hahahahahahaha nah jus’ joshin’ it’s Donny really hahahahahahahahaha

Jus’ chillin’ out with a Specky whilst the sun is setting over Thorne city centre hahahahahahaha nah jus’ joshin’ it’s Donny really hahahahahahahahaha

nooshi:

Went to Brighton at the weekend. Didn’t use my phone or the internet for 3 days and had the most fun I’ve had in 6 months.

Photo taken by my buddy when some of us went to Brighton for a few days to see another buddy. Pretty sickening shit. You should follow this guy, he’s a real piece of work.

nooshi:

Went to Brighton at the weekend. Didn’t use my phone or the internet for 3 days and had the most fun I’ve had in 6 months.

Photo taken by my buddy when some of us went to Brighton for a few days to see another buddy. Pretty sickening shit. You should follow this guy, he’s a real piece of work.

(Source: opteryx)

before I go to bed,

I’d read that Drug Store in Norwich were putting out a video featuring some locals and Franklin Stephens has a part in it which I find incredible. Franklin Stephens is one of my favourite British skateboarders and hasn’t had a part in owt for donkeys. I can’t find this video to buy or on line anywhere so if anyone actually gives a shite and sees this and also knows where I can find this new Frank Stephens part please help a brother out. I’d be really grateful and also did anyone know that he’d given up skateboarding to become a tree surgeon?! 

before I go to bed,

I’d read that Drug Store in Norwich were putting out a video featuring some locals and Franklin Stephens has a part in it which I find incredible. Franklin Stephens is one of my favourite British skateboarders and hasn’t had a part in owt for donkeys. I can’t find this video to buy or on line anywhere so if anyone actually gives a shite and sees this and also knows where I can find this new Frank Stephens part please help a brother out. I’d be really grateful and also did anyone know that he’d given up skateboarding to become a tree surgeon?! 

Been having some serious fun on Fallout 3, lately. I’ve heard a lot of people give this game bad press because it’s fairly glitchy or because the controls are a bit hard to get used too or because they played the first half an hour which totally doesn’t reflect the rest of the game. I’ve even heard the look of it criticised! Basically, I’ve heard more bad than good and it’s mainly come from people who haven’t played it extensively. I want to give Fallout 3 some much deserved thumbs up. I think it’s really something and even if you can’t get stuck into the story you can’t deny that chunking someone with a .308 in cinematic slo - mo style isn’t ace. Who’s with me?

Been having some serious fun on Fallout 3, lately. I’ve heard a lot of people give this game bad press because it’s fairly glitchy or because the controls are a bit hard to get used too or because they played the first half an hour which totally doesn’t reflect the rest of the game. I’ve even heard the look of it criticised! Basically, I’ve heard more bad than good and it’s mainly come from people who haven’t played it extensively. I want to give Fallout 3 some much deserved thumbs up. I think it’s really something and even if you can’t get stuck into the story you can’t deny that chunking someone with a .308 in cinematic slo - mo style isn’t ace. Who’s with me?

Expect Jenna Fischer spam over the course of my life.

Expect Jenna Fischer spam over the course of my life.

Piss off.

Piss off.

nooshi:

Some horrible lad shat on a wall, I feel sorry for people who work at Corp (Taken with instagram)

what the fuuuuuuck? I can’t believe you put your hand so close to it. Jesus, that is horrendous.

nooshi:

Some horrible lad shat on a wall, I feel sorry for people who work at Corp (Taken with instagram)

what the fuuuuuuck? I can’t believe you put your hand so close to it. Jesus, that is horrendous.

(Source: opteryx)

I love you, man, a cuppa tea, and two of the three best people in the world. Hell yes, my night is set.

I love you, man, a cuppa tea, and two of the three best people in the world. Hell yes, my night is set.

(Source: blackmamba112)

TO HELL WITH YOU, SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH.
No, definitely not. I am joking so much, I could never mean that. I love you, Sir. However, me and a few buddys played the David Attenborough drinking game which I thought would be bangin’ but was an all to real hell. If you’re not aware of the game it only has a few rules which are:
1. Watch any of the documentaries narrated by Sir David.
2.Take a drink any time he uses a surperlative.
3. Take a drink if he says “in the world”, “known to man”, “on the planet”, or “extraordinary”.
4. Finish your drink during any panoramic or time lapsed shot.
5. If Sir David enters the shot, stand, salute, and finish your drink as a sign of respect.
Unless you want to feel as bad as us don’t play this game. 
Love Sir David Attenborough responsibly.

TO HELL WITH YOU, SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH.

No, definitely not. I am joking so much, I could never mean that. I love you, Sir. However, me and a few buddys played the David Attenborough drinking game which I thought would be bangin’ but was an all to real hell. If you’re not aware of the game it only has a few rules which are:

1. Watch any of the documentaries narrated by Sir David.

2.Take a drink any time he uses a surperlative.

3. Take a drink if he says “in the world”, “known to man”, “on the planet”, or “extraordinary”.

4. Finish your drink during any panoramic or time lapsed shot.

5. If Sir David enters the shot, stand, salute, and finish your drink as a sign of respect.

Unless you want to feel as bad as us don’t play this game. 

Love Sir David Attenborough responsibly.

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