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Rudiger01
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2017/04/17 15:41:27 (permalink)

Crackhead rudeboys

I spent the night going through old posts before my time and the amount of people who typed things like 'n tingz' and went on about crack etc was huge. Where are these people now? Was there a mass cull like the dinosaurs?
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HarrySword
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/17 16:30:26 (permalink)
haha - yeah the old forum was quite hilarious. 
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/17 16:56:51 (permalink)
I'm pretty sure I typed like Ali G when I first started using the internet
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/17 17:09:46 (permalink)
I was guilty of talking like that on here when i was a young and reckless rassclart crackhead. Good times.
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/17 17:10:54 (permalink)
MellowHype
I'm pretty sure I typed like Ali G when I first started using the internet




I swear most young people do. If i ever pick up some draw or whatever off someone younger i notice they all type like complete spastics, it's like using proper English must mean you're a sap.
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/17 17:44:27 (permalink)
Is it a southern thing or a DnB thing? Never noticed it on any football forums I use
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/17 17:54:53 (permalink)
mainly youths. most on here are older now and not as impressionable
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/17 18:51:45 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Rapt 2017/04/17 19:06:57
Hi


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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 00:18:47 (permalink)
Does that ginger scoundrel Q BALL still frequent raves?
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 07:06:50 (permalink)
Also it's probably due to the nature of the city now. If you think back to 2001/2, a lot of people on this forum at the time who were based around London were regularly going to One Nation, Best of British etc at venues like The Rex. This was all pre gentrification. Mad to think that raves like that - which could be pretty grim (eq arena, bagels, rex, lighthouse or whatever the fuck it was called) - were at the more commercial end of the scale and operated where say, Hospitality operate now. Then you had Hardware and Ram at The End, musically really fucking intense, banging away for 8 hours.... DnB was a very different scene, far more hardcore. Obviously there are certain parallels with today - a few chart tunes in 2001, Midnight etc - but the wider scene feels more middle class now, generally, if that makes sense. The Hospital effect b2b with London nightlife changing beyond all recognition, I'd say. 
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 07:53:26 (permalink)
Scrotes don't tend to use forums anymore because of Facebook and that. Forums in general are much less popular than they used to be.
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 08:54:45 (permalink)
It's just a ting.


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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 10:56:00 (permalink)
Majik
Hi


😁

HarrySword
Also it's probably due to the nature of the city now. If you think back to 2001/2, a lot of people on this forum at the time who were based around London were regularly going to One Nation, Best of British etc at venues like The Rex. This was all pre gentrification. Mad to think that raves like that - which could be pretty grim (eq arena, bagels, rex, lighthouse or whatever the fuck it was called) - were at the more commercial end of the scale and operated where say, Hospitality operate now. Then you had Hardware and Ram at The End, musically really fucking intense, banging away for 8 hours.... DnB was a very different scene, far more hardcore. Obviously there are certain parallels with today - a few chart tunes in 2001, Midnight etc - but the wider scene feels more middle class now, generally, if that makes sense. The Hospital effect b2b with London nightlife changing beyond all recognition, I'd say. 


This is why I posted it. I've not been raving for years but when I did it always seemed like white students. And those Andy c clips over the last few months have confirmed it
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 11:24:43 (permalink)
Rudiger01
snip


Razor and Majik never left. there just less gangster now. 

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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 18:52:14 (permalink)
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Majik
Hi


😁

HarrySword
Also it's probably due to the nature of the city now. If you think back to 2001/2, a lot of people on this forum at the time who were based around London were regularly going to One Nation, Best of British etc at venues like The Rex. This was all pre gentrification. Mad to think that raves like that - which could be pretty grim (eq arena, bagleys, rex, lighthouse or whatever the fuck it was called) - were at the more commercial end of the scale and operated where say, Hospitality operate now. Then you had Hardware and Ram at The End, musically really fucking intense, banging away for 8 hours.... DnB was a very different scene, far more hardcore. Obviously there are certain parallels with today - a few chart tunes in 2001, Midnight etc - but the wider scene feels more middle class now, generally, if that makes sense. The Hospital effect b2b with London nightlife changing beyond all recognition, I'd say. 


This is why I posted it. I've not been raving for years but when I did it always seemed like white students. And those Andy c clips over the last few months have confirmed it



Yeah, def used to be more intense. The Rex was pretty savage 
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/18 19:01:34 (permalink)
Smoking ban
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/19 10:22:03 (permalink)
Majik
Hi




 
Sunday morning after a rave on here used to be great.

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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/19 11:20:30 (permalink)
When I first joined the forum Maj had JME in his signature and I thought that was him.  Even to this day I remain convinced Marcus is black.
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/19 11:23:48 (permalink)
HarrySword
Also it's probably due to the nature of the city now. If you think back to 2001/2, a lot of people on this forum at the time who were based around London were regularly going to One Nation, Best of British etc at venues like The Rex. This was all pre gentrification. Mad to think that raves like that - which could be pretty grim (eq arena, bagels, rex, lighthouse or whatever the fuck it was called) - were at the more commercial end of the scale and operated where say, Hospitality operate now. Then you had Hardware and Ram at The End, musically really fucking intense, banging away for 8 hours.... DnB was a very different scene, far more hardcore. Obviously there are certain parallels with today - a few chart tunes in 2001, Midnight etc - but the wider scene feels more middle class now, generally, if that makes sense. The Hospital effect b2b with London nightlife changing beyond all recognition, I'd say. 





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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/19 13:03:25 (permalink)
metzie
When I first joined the forum Maj had JME in his signature and I thought that was him.  Even to this day I remain convinced Marcus is black.


It took me fucking years to realise mod x's picture wasn't actually him lol
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/19 20:20:37 (permalink)
Majiks pic is Jeff Mills isnt it? I imagine he looks like that
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/19 21:38:15 (permalink)
Jeff Mills lol


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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 07:08:33 (permalink)
metzie
When I first joined the forum Maj had JME in his signature and I thought that was him.  Even to this day I remain convinced Marcus is black.


Marcus Darkus isn't black ?

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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 08:56:37 (permalink)
He is


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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 08:57:16 (permalink)
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Jeff Mills lol


It looks pretty much like him although you don't seem a detroit techno kinda guy
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 09:01:16 (permalink)
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Majik
Jeff Mills lol


It looks pretty much like him although you don't seem a detroit techno kinda guy




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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 09:06:57 (permalink)
It really doesn't look like Jeff Mills lol
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 09:08:46 (permalink)

 

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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 09:24:38 (permalink)


Majik rolling 2 da rave 2 man deep
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Re: Crackhead rudeboys 2017/04/20 09:41:33 (permalink)
I've no idea who it is. I've not been Street or hip for years
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