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11-05-2005, 22:33
i always remember in the 80's growing up if my older sister was staying out i'd sleep in her room and the walls were covered in boy george posters i used to think he was the scariest man alive!!!

12-05-2005, 20:39
i still find him a bit scary but he was never as scary as that freaky ginger girl in eastenders who pretended to have an affair with martin fowler. remember her? she was REALLY scary *shudder*

12-05-2005, 21:08
Ive never thought Boy George was scary...i think hes rather nice looking.

12-05-2005, 21:23
his dj mixing is good now a days

12-05-2005, 22:44
freaky sarah in eastenders she's someone you wouldnt want around you!!!

15-06-2005, 11:57
A friend of mine met boy george. He had done a corporate DJ'ing gig. He then sat down at the bar, had a drink and a little chat with my friend. Maybe Boy George fancied him! :p

Sally Sausages
12-08-2005, 10:31
Me and my brother used to swap bedrooms sometimes as an "adventure", I got in real trouble one year when I put loads of lipstick on and left a big kiss print on his "Paul Young" poster!!!

He also had a posted of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom which I used to have to turn over because it frightened me!

12-08-2005, 11:06
i had to share a room with 2 brothers up til i was 17.... HOW BAD IS THAT!!!!!
i couldnt take any of my "freinds" up there!!!

17-08-2005, 15:54
Were these "friends" mates that you'd chat with in your room the way teenagers do, dean, or were they ladyfriends ??

When I was about 5 or 6 I imagined faces in the flowers of our bedroom wallpaper & let them get to me.

17-08-2005, 22:46
sounds like a personal problem aidan...have you got counseling for that? lol just kidding...I have done the same things since I was little. I see faces in food, designs etc. Even as an adult I say "hey, look at this doesn't this look like a dog or a witch etc.?"

18-08-2005, 07:22
yeah especially the clouds i see all kinds and late at night i've seen bushes shaped as things too!

18-08-2005, 16:46
My brother is still traumatised by a Sesame St where Ernie can't sleep ( because the Count can't sleep & spends the night counting sheep aloud ), and gets up next morning with huge black rings around his eyes ! That's about 25 years ago.

05-01-2007, 20:41
Clouds are fun, or can be when you i magine all kinds in the sky....brings new meanings to the quote 'watch the skies'

11-03-2007, 15:53
Du Joo really wanna hut mae? Du u really wanna make ma cry? :(

06-09-2010, 20:59
Boy George wasn't scary, just confusing. I mean he did look like a girl with the makeup and bows in his hair, but he was called boy and George.

I also got a bit confused about Jermaine Stewart, who sometimes looked like a girl, but then always had stubble.

Chameleon Factor
07-09-2010, 12:51
I've met Boy George. He is very scary.

I was working in a vegetarian restaurant off Oxford Street, alone one Saturday morning, when a shaven-headed man wearing a military greatcoat came in. He was well over 6ft tall, stomped up to the counter in his massive boots, jabbed a finger at some of our products and said in a deep, mean and moody voice, "Are they veggie sausage rolls?"

At that point I realised where I recognised him from. He was Boy George!

07-09-2010, 17:36
He is a lot scarier nowadays. Did anybody watch that thing that was on a few months back about Boy George and the beginnings of Culture Club? I was very disappointed.

07-09-2010, 17:59
Do you mean the drama about him Tricky? I didn't see it but I read about it. All the interviews I've seen/read/heard with him he comes over as a very smart, talented bloke who got completely screwed up by drugs, his sexuality and the circumstances at the time.

07-09-2010, 20:21
He is a lot scarier nowadays. Did anybody watch that thing that was on a few months back about Boy George and the beginnings of Culture Club? I was very disappointed.

He did get locked up a couple of years ago for tying some bloke up against his will I believe. Scary character indeed.