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lewes youth

On 18 Oct 2007 at 7:05pm cossack wrote:
ive been visiting lewes often lately, and id like somebody to answer me this please,"do people in lewes grow old or they are old from the moment they are born"got nothing against old people but every time i go there, there seem to be more and more, is any young people there left
On 18 Oct 2007 at 8:27pm sue wrote:
ah thats not nice my dad lives in lewes and his a lovely old guy,but he was young once.
On 19 Oct 2007 at 8:56am Geoff wrote:
I would say that young people do tend to leave very small areas for adventure, excitement and really wild things. I suppose they feel that a small town holds them back. Bigger the town or city the better and with more going on to suit them. They are also aimed at to a large extent to the younger population.
When of course they get to a certain age, a bit like me. They''ll get the hankering to quieten down and perhaps move to a smaller community, ie: Lewes. And so the circle of life goes on.
On 19 Oct 2007 at 1:36pm I dont live in lewes anymore wrote:
I agree wiv Cossack.
Most of the younger crowd like myself have moved out...
On 19 Oct 2007 at 3:19pm Piggles wrote:
Every so often I get a strong whiff of spray paint floating in my window from the yard of the Wizard's youth thing on South Street/Cliffe. It's amazing what the old grandpas get up to these days. They sure have painted quite the mural on the brick garden wall. Banksy's Nan and Grandad I suspect.
On 19 Oct 2007 at 3:27pm The Super K wrote:
I'm Young (ish) and live in Lewes, The problem is the astronomical house prices. The youth can't afford to buy in Lewes so move to Uckfield, Hailsham, etc, where they can get on the property ladder.
On 19 Oct 2007 at 5:58pm Lewesianne wrote:
So, Super K, would you be one of those youths who constantly cruize around Uckfield in their spivved up Nova with cherry bomb exhaust and add-on tacky spoilers with the stereo blasting out, thinking you look really cool and that everyone must like your music just because you do?
If not, then good for you.
If you are, then I wish you could jump forward in time to look back at yourseld and see how naff you really look going up and down then up and dowm and round and round Uckfield High Street, almost sheering noses off padestrians.
On 19 Oct 2007 at 6:04pm Lewesianne wrote:
Sorry, I have a huge problem with these idiots in their cars. They're causing so many deaths on the roads today, including their innocent passengers, who really just want to tell the driver to slow down but would look too woossey in front of the others if they did.
Every time I see one speeding towards me going in the opposite direction, I flash them and then smile to myself as I see in my rear view mirror, that they have put the breaks on thinking I've just let them know there's a copper up the road. At least it slows the morons down.
On 19 Oct 2007 at 6:06pm Lewesianne wrote:
........and those bloody mo-peds. Noise pollution! And so wreckless.
On 19 Oct 2007 at 7:16pm Piggles wrote:
Elderly cause just as many deaths I'll have you know. (I am youngish too, but don't drive)
On 19 Oct 2007 at 9:49pm Lewesianne wrote:
Yes, they can be very frustrating when going too slow. And they don't seem to notice zebra crossings!!
On 22 Oct 2007 at 4:47pm The Super K wrote:
You seem to have a little problem with your reading as well Lewesianne. As posted above I Live in Lewes not Uckfield! Why would I drive round Uckfield? Apart from Macdonalds and a decent Curry.
Favorite past time swerving at little Sh1ts on mopeds trying to cause them to fall off.
Nevil has a problem with hairdryers on wheels, but we will rise to the challange and knock them all off!
On 22 Oct 2007 at 10:46pm Lewesianne wrote:
Oh yes, so I have. Sorry about that. Where's the decent curry house in Uckfield then. Is it better than any in Lewes?
On 23 Oct 2007 at 12:15am lopster wrote:
Love spending an evening behind Tesco watching the Octogenarians of Lewes on their skateboards and blades, truly awesome - a credit to the county, must be something in the water.... or smoke
On 23 Oct 2007 at 8:39pm lopster wrote:
why is this thread called Lewesianne (notwithstanding the fact that it is a great moniker)?
On 23 Oct 2007 at 9:43pm Lewesianne wrote:
I don't know. The Super K did it. He got really cross with me and decided that I wasn't getting ENOUGH ATTENTION and re-named the thread.
On 23 Oct 2007 at 9:44pm Lewesianne wrote:
Lopster, what's a moniker? Is it somethong horrible? Hope not. :-)

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