Buggernation Street Annual 1975

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Buggernation Street Annual 1975

Buggernation Street Annual 1975

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Of course, the filth for which ‘Buggernation’ is infamous is all in the mind – it’s down to the often-horrific imagery that materialises in the viewer’s head as a consequence of the dialogue I insert into the characters’ mouths. Maggie's son Gordon (who is actually the illegitimate offspring of her sister Betty Turpin) is rarely seen, spending most of his time plotting how to become Chairman of Everton FC.

Ena has her own small flat on the opposite side of the street, but spends as much time in other people's homes and in the snug of the Rovers. Ken wakes-up to a ‘Dear John’ letter from Janet, but his attempts to celebrate stall as his new wardrobe meets a hostile reception and Irma is too busy being besieged by the attentions of Billy, Ray…and Albert. Meanwhile, Annie decides to belatedly acknowledge Mavis’s recent crowning as owner of the Worst Tits in Weatherfield, and Alf is disappointed by Maggie’s response to his suggestion they employ chutney to freshen up their sex life. Hearst UK is the trading name of the National Magazine Company Ltd, 30 Panton Street, Leicester Square, London, SW1Y 4AJ. It had originally been published on Vimeo a couple of years ago and attracted virtually no attention at all; remixed and expanded, I decided to temporarily shelve my ‘Buggernation’-only principles when it came to YT uploads and enabled ‘Wokeday Evening’ to be seen by the widest possible audience.Meanwhile, Billy encounters Deirdre’s eccentric Auntie Renee as he incurs his mother’s displeasure by associating with the ‘rancid, specky slut’. YT must have missed the money they made from cramming ads into my videos during my absence, but they’ve made a hell of a lot more from me over the last twelve months. Ever since my channel began attracting viewing figures that elevated it above the best-kept-secret cult it had been for a decade, it was undeniably brought to the attention of the Identity Politics Gestapo that run all media today. Non-personalized content and ads are influenced by things like the content you’re currently viewing and your location (ad serving is based on general location).

Back on the Street, Deirdre rejects Billy’s offer to run one of his ‘Walker’s Saunas’ in Accrington as a madam and she quits his payroll, deciding to work from home alone. The residents of the street mark Bank Holiday in their own distinctive ways: Len takes Rita to Old Trafford for the Ashes test match, Hilda watches the test card, Minnie pretends her backyard is the seaside, and Ena organises an event at the community centre, booking a ‘turn’ whose identity she won’t reveal - much to the annoyance of Albert Tatlock.Meanwhile, Minnie looks forward to the imminent Bank Holiday without Ena’s assistance and without Albert’s presence, having thrown him out of her home whilst he was on the scrounge.

And of all the species of RW pub bore types, the 'I'm just talking common sense'subspecies is the worst and most bile inducing. The thought of adopting a new identity and sneaking back on there is not one I relish, for nothing will have changed; I’d only be confronted by the same bullshit that provoked my two-year exodus in 2019.

He went on to underline the ludicrousness of this farcical copyright circus by playing a few bars of the piano intro to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ in the wrong key ala Les Dawson simply because he couldn’t even play the proper bloody melody himself without being slapped by a strike, let alone using the actual Queen recording on the video. Ena has to stand her ground when suspicions surround the theft of the community centre’s colour TV set, with rumours primarily spun by Albert and Hilda; Mrs Ogden also has a new cocktail cabinet to brag about, which - along with the completion of Irma’s room as a separate flat - convinces Stan the Ogdens are coming up in the world.

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