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8 years 9 months ago #122179 by Melody..Marvelous
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Melody..Marvelous wrote: It's the story about Pamela des Barres, the world's most famous groupie, in wich she tells you about all the love-issues she's had, and pretty much her whole life with the rockstars.. Mick Jagger is a perfect example of someone she used to fuck. ;)


Well I love a good rock book so I'll write this one down on my wish list ;)


You do that, it's great. :)

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8 years 9 months ago #122280 by Sheila
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Check out the Last Living Slut by Roxana Shirazi too. I think thats the same kind of books (even though I haven't read Pamela des Barres). The Last Living Slut is about a iran slut that moves to England when she's pretty young, so the first part of the book is about her childhood and the moving. The other part is about all the bands she fuck. I think I've mentioned it earlier in the thread. The introduction in the books says that it makes Pamela des Barres' book sound like a nun's diary.

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8 years 9 months ago #122285 by Miss Obscene
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Sheila wrote: Check out the Last Living Slut by Roxana Shirazi too. I think thats the same kind of books (even though I haven't read Pamela des Barres). The Last Living Slut is about a iran slut that moves to England when she's pretty young, so the first part of the book is about her childhood and the moving. The other part is about all the bands she fuck. I think I've mentioned it earlier in the thread. The introduction in the books says that it makes Pamela des Barres' book sound like a nun's diary.


When Crash was in England they were interviewed by some woman who, as I understood it, was a groupie and is basically hated in England. Is this the same person perhaps?


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8 years 9 months ago #122287 by Sheila
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Miss Obscene wrote:

Sheila wrote: Check out the Last Living Slut by Roxana Shirazi too. I think thats the same kind of books (even though I haven't read Pamela des Barres). The Last Living Slut is about a iran slut that moves to England when she's pretty young, so the first part of the book is about her childhood and the moving. The other part is about all the bands she fuck. I think I've mentioned it earlier in the thread. The introduction in the books says that it makes Pamela des Barres' book sound like a nun's diary.


When Crash was in England they were interviewed by some woman who, as I understood it, was a groupie and is basically hated in England. Is this the same person perhaps?

Yeah, I think so.
if it's this interview you're talking about.

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8 years 9 months ago #122288 by Miss Obscene
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Sheila wrote:

Miss Obscene wrote:

Sheila wrote: Check out the Last Living Slut by Roxana Shirazi too. I think thats the same kind of books (even though I haven't read Pamela des Barres). The Last Living Slut is about a iran slut that moves to England when she's pretty young, so the first part of the book is about her childhood and the moving. The other part is about all the bands she fuck. I think I've mentioned it earlier in the thread. The introduction in the books says that it makes Pamela des Barres' book sound like a nun's diary.


When Crash was in England they were interviewed by some woman who, as I understood it, was a groupie and is basically hated in England. Is this the same person perhaps?

Yeah, I think so.
if it's this interview you're talking about.


Yeah that's her
I heard something about an abortion.. or something... don't remember exactly what she had done


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8 years 9 months ago #122289 by Sheila
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Miss Obscene wrote:

Sheila wrote:

Miss Obscene wrote: When Crash was in England they were interviewed by some woman who, as I understood it, was a groupie and is basically hated in England. Is this the same person perhaps?

Yeah, I think so.
if it's this interview you're talking about.


Yeah that's her
I heard something about an abortion.. or something... don't remember exactly what she had done

Yeah, she got pregnant with Dizzy Reed. Then he got angry at her or something because of that. And then she fucked another guy the same day, or maybe it was the day after the abortion.

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8 years 9 months ago #122290 by XiLaii
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Miss Obscene wrote: Yeah that's her
I heard something about an abortion.. or something... don't remember exactly what she had done

I have no idea who she is at all, but Peter looks so disinterested and unamused by her. :|

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8 years 9 months ago #122291 by Miss Obscene
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Sheila wrote: Yeah, she got pregnant with Dizzy Reed. Then he got angry at her or something because of that. And then she fucked another guy the same day, or maybe it was the day after the abortion.


Oh right! Now I remember, she had jumped in bed with someone the day after her abortion. Insane.
I'll put this book down on my wish list too.

XiLaii wrote: I have no idea who she is at all, but Peter looks so disinterested and unamused by her. :neutral:l

I don't think any of the guys looks particularly enthustiatic :P

EDIT: Sorry Sheila, I fucked up the quotes :P your answer is up there


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8 years 9 months ago #122322 by izzie
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XiLaii wrote:

izzie wrote: Yeah, many times :p

aha okay then XD That was just the first thing I thought of when I read your post.
Why such the interest in books of that thread, if you don't mind me asking? :)

Well I don't know really actually, I have always liked to find out about peoples thoughts that thinks very... different from the usual pattern or something, I guess thats mostly why. I simply like the genre. Haven't got a better explanation :p

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8 years 9 months ago #122325 by XiLaii
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izzie wrote: Well I don't know really actually, I have always liked to find out about peoples thoughts that thinks very... different from the usual pattern or something, I guess thats mostly why. I simply like the genre. Haven't got a better explanation :p

That's fair enough. I just figured I'd ask because It's not something I often hear cropping up in book-related conversations.

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8 years 9 months ago #122326 by izzie
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XiLaii wrote:

izzie wrote: Well I don't know really actually, I have always liked to find out about peoples thoughts that thinks very... different from the usual pattern or something, I guess thats mostly why. I simply like the genre. Haven't got a better explanation :p

That's fair enough. I just figured I'd ask because It's not something I often hear cropping up in book-related conversations.

Yeah I would wish that I had a better explanation for it, haha. I like to read older books, I really prefer that before todays commercial crap like Twilight or something (we discussed that for two hours in Swedish class today, I couldn't belive it haha).

Yeah but reading is clearly underestimated by a lot of people today. I enjoy that so much more than watching a movie, which I actually rarely do.

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8 years 9 months ago #122328 by Sylvia
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P. fizzy Suxx wrote: I'm reading Robert Ludlums "The Bourne Ultimatum" now


They're fucking awesome!

I agree!

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