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KittyMizuki
(absolute beginner )
07/12/04 03:58 PM
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younger fans new  

hey are there any young bowie fans? by young i mean like around 14? my family thinks im crazy, only 2 relatives like him, and only a little. itd be nice to meet a few around my age.

with love as strong as death,
~~~~Kitty

zigbot
(cracked actor)
07/12/04 08:10 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

You MUST be a young fan if you think your question belongs in the "Interpretation" forum.

Just busting your chops. I'm 39, so not the "young" Bowie buddy you're looking for.

zigbot

jump93
(wild eyed peoploid)
07/13/04 07:09 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: zigbot]  

Hey,
Yeah I'm a young bowie fan, 17 years of age.

www.greatest-hits.tk
Greatest Hits - Ellesmere Port's favourite Indie & Britpop band

dukewhite
(stealing for that one good rush)
07/13/04 05:54 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

Yeah, we're all between about 13 and 19. Most fans grow out of Bowie in college, so you'll find a pretty young crowd here. All the prom season posts are great. Stick around for those. My mom's been all over me recently to clean my room and spend less time online, so I've had less time to discuss Bowie, but I still watch Labyrinth as often as I can. Has anyone seen The Man Who Fell to earth? I'm not allowed to watch it 'til Blockbuster will let me rent it on my own. I guess there's nudity or something in it, so I can't rent it for like three more years or something. NEway, cool to see another young fan here. All the old farts like zigbot, who replied above, can get annoying trying to talk about forum-this and forum-that, being all serious and stuff. Lighten up, guys! You're soooo not punk rock!! (96dbFreak's another one to watch out for.) LOL

currently recovering from heart problems in German hospital

jump93
(wild eyed peoploid)
07/13/04 06:45 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: dukewhite]  

Did you know David Bowie comes here?
His name is Sailor, send him a PM.
I'm sure he will be pleased he can still reach a young crowd.

www.greatest-hits.tk
Greatest Hits - Ellesmere Port's favourite Indie & Britpop band

zigbot
(cracked actor)
07/13/04 07:20 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: dukewhite]  

In reply to:

All the old farts like zigbot, who replied above, can get annoying trying to talk about forum-this and forum-that, being all serious and stuff. Lighten up, guys! You're soooo not punk rock!!


Dem is fightin' words, dukewhite. I am sooooooo punk rock I can't stand it! When you're finally old enough for me to smack you without it being child abuse, I'd duck if I were you. Now go clean your room like your mommy asked--and get off the damn Internet.

zigbot

schizophrenic
(crash course raver)
07/13/04 07:30 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: dukewhite]  

In reply to:

You're soooo not punk rock!! (96dbFreak's another one to watch out for.) LOL


Wow! What scathing satire!

U Got The Look? Isn't that a Gary Numan song?

KittyMizuki
(absolute beginner )
07/14/04 00:23 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: dukewhite]  

i saw Man Who Fell To Earth. yea theres nudity and stuff. my library had it and they dont care what u rent ^_^


with love as strong as death,
~~~~Kitty

JarethsGirl
(crash course raver)
07/14/04 01:13 AM
Preteen Wildlife new [re: dukewhite]  

Who votes we make a special preteen forum? Of course, this would go for all alter egos who claim to be tweenies or labygirls, as well.

Wait a tick. I was 15 when I registered, and was browsing/posting anon at 14... Well that explains the user name, eh? ...I hate me.

Well at least we know there's hope, right? I mean, look how I turned out....... Oh.


Hey, which one of you guys left the door open? ...And tore it off the hinges and threw it in the yard.

RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
07/14/04 06:26 AM
Molest them now before they grow new [re: JarethsGirl]  

In reply to:

Who votes we make a special preteen forum?


Oh goody, better stock up on those tissues then. Monkeyboy, feel free to join. You old wanker...

I bear more grudges
than lonely high court judges


diamondogz74
(acolyte)
07/14/04 08:55 AM
Mr Wonderful is back new [re: RabbitFighter]  

In reply to:

Oh goody, better stock up on those tissues then. Monkeyboy, feel free to join. You old wanker...


I thought Mr Wonderful ( aka Monkeyboy ) was here already

Of course I could be wrong ?

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Humming Rheingold
We scavenge up our clothes

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Hannibal_Lecter
(grinning soul)
07/14/04 03:29 PM
I'll mince you into dog meat new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

Of course I could be wrong ?


What kind of a question is that? You’re ALWAYS wrong, you dip-shitted, vomit-inducing, vacuous plebeian pissflap.

Wabbit’s post wasn’t even addressed to you, and you have gone off-topic: Another triumph for your stupidity.

I have eaten:
TJ Newton
Stu's dossier


diamondogz74
(acolyte)
07/14/04 03:36 PM
The Mad Cow is back. new [re: Hannibal_Lecter]  

In reply to:

What kind of a question is that? You’re ALWAYS wrong, you dip-shitted, vomit-inducing, vacuous plebeian pissflap.

Wabbit’s post wasn’t even addressed to you, and you have gone off-topic: Another triumph for your stupidity.


A prime example of Mad Cows disease.

Wothless banter.

______________________
Humming Rheingold
We scavenge up our clothes

______________________
London Bye Ta-Ta...

Isola
(grinning soul)
07/19/04 02:57 PM
Re: The Mad Cow is back. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I´m 16, And i´ve liked Bowie for over a year

Made for a real world

jump93
(kook)
07/20/04 11:15 AM
Re: The Mad Cow is back. new [re: Isola]  

I got into Bowie when I was 9... during his Outside days when he was on the Brit Awards 1996.
although i did not pay attention to his newer stuff properly until a few years ago.

www.greatest-hits.tk
Greatest Hits - Ellesmere Port's favourite Indie & Britpop band

hangontoyourself
(electric tomato)
07/21/04 12:54 PM
Re: The Mad Cow is back. new [re: jump93]  

I got into Bowie when i was 13, but the first new album to register was Heathen. I started with Bowie at the Beeb and worked from there.

If you think we're gonna make it...
http://groups.msn.com/keithism
DD74 is my idol

jump93
(kook)
07/21/04 04:48 PM
Re: The Mad Cow is back. new [re: hangontoyourself]  

The first new album for me was Hours...
I got BTWN the same time, and preferred it.

www.greatest-hits.tk
Greatest Hits - Ellesmere Port's favourite Indie & Britpop band

schizophrenic
(crash course raver)
07/21/04 05:36 PM
Re: The Mad Cow is back. new [re: jump93]  

The first new album for me was 'hours...'
It was also one of the first albums I ever actually bought, and one of the reasons I became a Bowie fan. So there!

Eno Is God.

SlinkySecrets47
(mortal with potential)
07/22/04 10:36 AM
alive and well new [re: KittyMizuki]  

I'm 15 and been a Bowie fan for about 6 years. The first album I got of his was '...hours' also. I didn't know what to get first. There aren't very many Bowie fans my age around this one horse town. It's sooo lonely without Bowie fans...that's why I joined this place and BowieNet.

AIM: LIttleWonder056
Yahoo!: Rebel_rebel56

BigFatDog
(grinning soul)
07/22/04 11:58 AM
Re: alive and well new [re: SlinkySecrets47]  

I'm only 16, but I find it hard comprehending people at the age of 9 listening to Bowie and actually liking/understanding/giving a toss about it. Enough anyway to follow it through.

Ive been into Bowie for about 2 years now anyway...in case you were wondering.



pablopicasso
(stardust savant)
07/22/04 12:14 PM
Re: alive and well new [re: BigFatDog]  

I think it is great, the age range of fans on here and generally, until I found this place, I really felt I was the only Bowie fan, as no-one I know really likes him like I do, they like certain songs but that's it, and seeing people in their teens or even younger getting hooked, just seems so good. It is nice to know that taste holds no age restrictions.

I'm having so much fun with the poisonous people,
Spreading rumours and lies and stories they made up.


jareth13
(electric tomato)
07/22/04 01:00 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

It's sad, the negative reputation that the Bowie-lurving littluns get around here. But the funny thing about stereotypes is that they're usually true.

eskimo esoterica

diamondogz74
(acolyte)
07/22/04 02:18 PM
Im not falling for it. new [re: KittyMizuki]  

In reply to:

i saw Man Who Fell To Earth. yea theres nudity and stuff. my library had it and they dont care what u rent ^_^


If indeed you are only fourteen ? then I suggest you get back to school pronto, lord what rubbish is this ?

Im only six BTW, but I got big bones

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Humming Rheingold
We scavenge up our clothes

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London Bye Ta-Ta...

Mousey
(electric tomato)
07/22/04 05:13 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: jareth13]  

I was about 15 or 16 when I got into Bowie. Getting close to 3 or 4 years now... oh, and Labyrinth started my fandom, unfortunately.

Mousey - The new sad, self-obsessed, boring, shallow. homophobic whore of TW.

schizophrenic
(crash course raver)
07/22/04 08:05 PM
Re: Im not falling for it. new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

Im only six BTW, but I got big bones


Stop coming on to underage girls!

Eno Is God.

ped_xing
(electric tomato)
07/25/04 05:59 PM
The Age Old Question!?!?!? new [re: KittyMizuki]  

There used to be a lot of youngsters running around here and then you would really have to watch your language but now it appears as if they have all fucking gone away! !! ! OR I guess they grew up!

"Jambi has spoken. Long live Jambi."

RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
07/25/04 06:54 PM
X marks the spot new [re: ped_xing]  

In reply to:

they have all fucking gone away


Indeed they have, they're pushing up daisies in my garden. Annoying brats are currently sleeping under my rosebush while labygirls lie under the ever watchful eye of my faithful companion, a gardengnome called Luis De Jesus. Named him after my favorite actor...

PS: I would like to express my gratitude to monsieur Lecter for sending T.J.'s skull to me last month. You were right, it made a lovely urinal.

I bear more grudges
than lonely high court judges


The_Omen
(wild eyed peoploid)
08/02/04 06:50 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

I am a young fan...at 30.

I cannot live, I cannot die

krettis
(crash course raver)
08/03/04 07:56 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: The_Omen]  

15 when i got into his music. Than at 17/18 I left him and came back at 20.

Your dream is such a scary place to be trapped inside - Anathema

diamondogz74
(acolyte)
08/03/04 08:26 AM
The "Lost Weekend" new [re: krettis]  

In reply to:

Than at 17/18 I left him and came back at 20.


Where did you go, who went with you, and did you enjoy it ?

Sorry to appear a nosey parker

But as least you returned to the fold.



And it really doesn't matter if im wrong
I'm right


London Bye Ta-Ta...

krettis
(crash course raver)
08/03/04 01:07 PM
Re: The "Lost Weekend" new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

Where did you go, who went with you, and did you enjoy it ?



I went to the commercial/chart music. I'd enjoyed it because it were the years I wasn't myself but could be someone special. Now I'm me with my music and my personality, even better than when I left.

Your dream is such a scary place to be trapped inside - Anathema

SugarPlumFairy
(leasing the moon)
08/10/04 07:05 PM
Re: X marks the spot new [re: RabbitFighter]  

In reply to:

Indeed they have, they're pushing up daisies in my garden. Annoying brats are currently sleeping under my rosebush while labygirls lie under the ever watchful eye of my faithful companion, a gardengnome called Luis De Jesus. Named him after my favorite actor...

PS: I would like to express my gratitude to monsieur Lecter for sending T.J.'s skull to me last month. You were right, it made a lovely urinal.


Wabbit, I believe you may have just made the most meaningful and yet most amusing post ever on TW.
We probably need to send you a plastic trophy or something.

Oh, and I'm, like, really old. Can't you just see it?

Nobody buys matching purple suits unless they are in love.

tragicyouth
(wild eyed peoploid)
08/10/04 07:58 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

I'm 17.. =3

started liking him when I was 15 or so...

one of my friends is 11... she's liked him for some time.

ok. that was pointless. I'm sorry.



Mxy
(mortal with potential)
08/22/04 04:39 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: tragicyouth]  

I'm 19. I got into Bowie when I was 17. Before that, I was into Ziggy only, since I was around 15, I think. I only started actually buying the albums last year.



FritzFassbender
(kook)
08/23/04 00:50 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

I'm 19, into Bowie since I was 13, when I first heard Space Oddity.
First CD's I bought were the two 70's 'Best of's'
First new Bowie album I bought was Hours; loved it then, still do.
I enjoy old Bela Lugosi films, driving in the country, and women who smell nice.



QwertyArk
(absolute beginner )
08/28/04 09:17 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: FritzFassbender]  

I'm 14 (15 in two weeks) and I've liked Bowie about a half year. A friend of mine told me to listen to Ziggy Stardust and i fell in love with it the first time! At first I did only listen to the Ziggy period, but now I listen to almost everything he's done.

This is the chrome, my friend, the chrome

JollyGood
(mortal with potential)
08/28/04 10:24 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

I'm 18, I started listening to Bowie 2 years ago and became a fan.
anyway, I'm surprised to see so many young fans, it's great!

I have a very hard time finding other Bowie fans in Israel, not to mention fans my age.
It goes something like "How can you like David Bowie? he's Nazi!"
Very frustrating.

____________________________
stop that!
that's
SILLY!
It started nicey with old women beating up young men
But now it just got
silly
- Monty Python



poorsoul
(acolyte)
08/28/04 10:26 AM
I Smell Petrol new [re: QwertyArk]  

In reply to:

This is the chrome, my friend, the chrome



Do you think you should really be promoting the use of inhalents for other than their intended purpose?

This Time It Works



jump93
(kook)
08/28/04 10:44 AM
Re: I Smell Petrol new [re: poorsoul]  

its a great song, from outside out-takes

www.mikepowell.tk

schizophrenic
(crash course raver)
08/28/04 11:35 AM
Re: I Smell Petrol new [re: jump93]  

Hi, I'm schizo, I'm 16 years old. I enjoy walks on the beach, long sunsets, and eating babies - I mean eating endangered species! I mean beating endangered species! No! Beating the Pope! Yes, I enjoy beating the Po- no, wait, forget I said anything.

In any case, I'm perfectly disease-free.

It's a TW moment.

QwertyArk
(absolute beginner )
08/28/04 02:17 PM
Re: I Smell Petrol new [re: poorsoul]  

I just have that there because I like the outside outtakes...

This is the chrome, my friend, the chrome

Attila_the_Fun
(mortal with potential)
09/25/04 06:48 PM
Re: I'll mince you into dog meat new [re: Hannibal_Lecter]  

sir lecter, i've always wanted to state what an admirer of your's i am. i, too, ahve taken to eating the flesh of my enemies. 'free range rude', as you always say. i'm going to throw a party in your honour, but i'm sorry, you're not invited, because you're also one crazy muthah, and either you'd kill me, or i'd kill you, and the world is so much more interesting with the both of us in it.

Cheers!

I live to Pillage!

LadyStardust16
(mortal with potential)
04/27/05 02:38 PM
Re: younger fans [re: jump93]  

I'm 16, and started obssesing about 2 years ago.



ghostlove
(kook)
04/27/05 04:47 PM
Ariecorn. The return(return, return) new [re: LadyStardust16]  

Hi!
I got into Bowie in around 1973. I just smoked cigarettes and smoked the occasional reefer before then. I was really addicted in around 75 and 76 and then i started breaking glass and it was all over. I quit smoking recently and had a stroke and that kind of sucked but I like to go out sometimes and expose my pasty white ass(it compliments my wives sleek, black ass) just to have people see that there is life after Labyrinth and minotaurs. You know what? I just lied to all of you people. There is no life after Labyrinth!

ice



bemywife
(absolute beginner )
05/18/05 04:56 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

yeah i'm a young fan!!!!!!!
i'm 14 from london and all that, and got into bowie around 2 years ago

earthling is great may i add

Chrissy Chris

kintanofan
(absolute beginner )
05/29/05 02:48 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: KittyMizuki]  

Im 15 and I LOVE David Bowie.
I got a new poster of him over the weekend in Portland. It's from 1974 and it's with him standing with his hands behind his head, and he's got his guitar hanging off over his shoulders and it's in black in white. It ROCKS!



JAMIESIM
(grinning soul)
06/01/05 07:00 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: kintanofan]  

i'm 18 I started in 1995 1996 i think it was when he was on TOTP with the Pet Shop Boys but as it was the peak of Brit Pop i was more into Blur and Pulp after a while i started liking Bowie it is very hard to try to find bowie friends when i'm at college i have to become an indie fan but im truely a bowie fan



GreatApe
(grinning soul)
06/01/05 10:10 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: JAMIESIM]  

my first favorite song was Space Oddity. i was about 6 or 7. it was neat, it was about astronauts and the flow of lyrics was entrancing to me.

i'm now 18 and it's still my favorite song. it seems to have grown up with me - in that i understand it more and more.

The big thing for me was to buy the Best Of.... 2 disc set. It had a few songs i knew i knew and the rest i didn't know i knew. (if that makes any sense). i'll risk sounding like a stupid teenager and say that any time i buy another album, it seems like i know it already. I either feel like i've heard it somewhere, or that it's pouring out of me. very odd.

since then i have become a completist of his collection. not there yet...

don't have to be a big wheel, don't have to be the end - i'm just lookin' for a friend

Vanessa_Y
(grinning soul)
06/01/05 10:36 PM
Re: younger fans new [re: GreatApe]  

. It had a few songs i knew i knew and the rest i didn't know i knew.

I completely understand that. I knew david bowie songs before I knew of david bowie, and liked the songs whenever they came on the radio.

Vanessa


bibiStardust
(electric tomato)
06/04/05 08:22 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: Vanessa_Y]  

I'm 22, and i like Bowie since Hours... I already had the Single Collection, but i think i was too young to really appreciate the first song; at this time i was only listening Ashes to Ahes...

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time



Guust
(wild eyed peoploid)
06/22/05 03:32 AM
Re: younger fans new [re: bibiStardust]  

I'm 23 and got into Bowie right before Hours...

My first Bowie-buy was Little Wonder, the edition with the four remixes. The first full album i bought was Hours...

By then, I already owned a tape with the compilation Changes on it.

After that, I started with the Glamrock-period, then the Berlin-era and after that pretty much everything that was left.

I don't know much young Bowie-fans though, most of them only know 'space oddity' and 'let's dance', a few associate him with glamrock.

So it's a full time job trying to convert them... I managed to save a few souls, but i'm afraid most of humanity is lost

This ain't no party
This ain't no disco
This ain't no fooling around



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