Monday, May 10, 1982
Lee turned up today with mahogany-tinted hair and we went to Whincliffe after pointless History. We were there by 1.30. I took £30 with me.
We looked round a while at all the usual boring shoe shops and bland clothes shops. Lee bought a pair of suedes but I had no such luck trouserwise. X-cite was all baggy pinstripes, pointed shoes and oppressive doubt. I was getting quite desperate but finally found an OK shop and bought some tight sixties-ish pale pinstripes and shoes there also.
I felt low: fed up, tired, hot, sticky. I spent the evening feeling frustrated and stagnant.