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Westham67 3:46 Fri Nov 6
Nudey Books
That was what we called them when I was kid. When we were in junior school about 5 of us used to around a mates house at lunch time look at his dads nudey books . Then we would rock on to Becontree and Sammys slaughter house (A barbers with and army barber) and have a laugh looking at the condoms

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Cheezey Bell-End 12:50 Sun Nov 8
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Great banter.
No, really.

joyo 12:42 Sun Nov 8
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Sleazy Bell End you seriously need help, can you get beating the Bishop help on the Thai health service?

Cheezey Bell-End 9:47 Sat Nov 7
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There used to be a bookshop called Lovejoy's on the corner of Charing Cross Rd and Old Compton St, with an adult section downstairs.. That used to be the place to browse through all the latest porn mags.

violator 7:38 Sat Nov 7
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Westham67 2:34 Sat Nov 7

And Janet Fraser

Lovejoy 7:18 Sat Nov 7
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For a period at junior school I would take in yesterday’s page 3 and charge 1p for a look with me holding it and 2p if the client held it.

wd40 11:24 Sat Nov 7
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Got all now to thank our owners well one of them and give them him all the support in return for helping you to wank away as a kid .

Westham67 11:09 Sat Nov 7
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You were wandering in the bushes coffee when you found the "Fruits"?

Coffee 10:21 Sat Nov 7
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When I was at university, I worked one summer as a park ranger. This involved patrolling (= strolling happily through) two fairly large parks in north London. The number of discarded girlie mags just lying in ditches was astonishing.

Also found loads of fruit growing wild and just out of sight. Strawberries, raspberries, plums, apples, pears, blackberries. No cherries, though.

joe royal 10:17 Sat Nov 7
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My mates ex husband used to run the Upton lane shop, making sure no one left empty handed sounds like something he would do.

Dirty Davey was his nickname.

Tomshardware 8:51 Sat Nov 7
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Back in the mid 90's we were having our house extended, I was 13 at the time and would explore the building site at the weekends. I remember finding a nude mag and looking through it wide eyed.

arsegrapes 3:33 Sat Nov 7
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Ah the old Razzle Dazzle, remember coming out of Reggies news with a copy and bumping into this short arsed twit who tried to wrestle it off me, reckons he owned it, let him have it in the end, but he got all shirty when he realised the pages were stuck together, muttered something about the Krays.

lowlife 2:56 Sat Nov 7
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Ah - yes, Freemans is the other one I couldn’t recall the name of!

Westham67 2:34 Sat Nov 7
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lowlife 10:28 Fri Nov 6

Freemans catalogue before I encountered nudey books

Side of Ham 12:55 Sat Nov 7
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Cheezey Bell-End 7:41 Fri Nov 6

Cheesey, I'm calling Beardsley in goal on that one.....

only1billybonds 11:49 Fri Nov 6
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Anyone remember 'Fiesta'?

My mate somehow got hold of a copy when we were about 11 or so. The centre page spread was a very very dark skinned woman and it was striking to me just how pink her fanny was,it seemed to stand out more than it did on white birds.

An image that has never really left me,can still see it now.

wd40 11:44 Fri Nov 6
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Ian Dury song on nicking a

Razzle from Romford high street .

ian dury-razzle in my pocket - YouTube

chim chim cha boo 11:40 Fri Nov 6
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Cheese there's a picture of the fat dwarf outside that shop taken in the late 70s/early 80s.

Cheezey Bell-End 11:08 Fri Nov 6
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I actually went in that shop once when I was about 20. The meathead who ran the place wouldn't let me leave without buying something, and as I was paying by cheque, it had to be at least £10 worth. So I left with a shrink wrapped bundle of mags.
I don't know if Sullivan owned those shops, but the MO seems right.

chim chim cha boo 11:04 Fri Nov 6
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Those videos were £29.99 by the way, a huge chunk of change back then. Just send your cheque or postal order to 34 Upton Lane, London E7.

wanstead_hammer 11:01 Fri Nov 6
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Dirty books we called em.
Used to find em over the debris’s and when we went fishing down the canal or over the docks/island. (in the 70s).
(As NS said, was full of big hairy muffs, a bit like the millwall team at the time!)

chim chim cha boo 11:01 Fri Nov 6
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...this magazine.

That cunt has made picking your pocket an art form and it's interesting (for me anyway) to see how he's transposed that way of thinking (basically making a bundle of promises that he has no intention of delivering) onto owning the football club that I love.

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