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Dont Drink?! Dont Smoke?! What Do You Do?!
08-21-2015, 01:37 PM #1
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Stuart Leslie Goddard > Adam And The Ants > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Ant

Despite the fact hes literally violent and insane yet still able to be a successful musician and actor and babe magnet!

I really like this British New Wave song by Adam Ant called Goody Two Shoes that was a world wide hit tune when released back in 1982!

Well maybe not quite enough to start walking around dressed up in pirate clothes while wearing multi colored indian warrior style face paints but like hey wtf?!

Like wow damn the young lady featured within this funny as hell music video Caroline Munro is absolutely gee what a friggin surprise vivacious and sultry and gorgeous and hot!

Oh and by the way i was just wondering if you think your a real Sweet Polly Pure Bred who doesnt drink and a real Goody Two Shoes who doesnt smoke then i really want to know what do you do?!



Quote: His parents divorced when Goddard was seven years old and his mother supported him by working as a domestic cleaner, briefly working for Paul McCartney. Goddard's first school was Robinsfield Infants School, where he created a considerable stir by throwing a brick through the head-teacher's office window on two consecutive days.

In the aftermath of this incident, Goddard was placed under the supervision of teacher Joanna Saloman, who encouraged him to develop his abilities in art and whom he would later credit as the first person to show him he could be creative artistically.

Goddard then attended Barrow Hill Junior School where he boxed, was a member of the cricket team and passed the eleven plus exam to gain a place at St Marylebone Grammar School which was an all boys school where he enjoyed history lessons, played rugby and later became a school prefect. After taking and passing six O levels and three A levels in English, History and Art, Goddard then attended St Josephs RC secondary school in Workington, Cumbria for several months whilst his parents dealt with family issues.

The first band Goddard joined was Bazooka Joe, in which he played bass guitar. It was at a gig in November 1975 at Saint Martin's School of Art, London, that Goddard was witness to the first public performance of the Sex Pistols, who were billed as Bazooka Joe's support act.

Goddard, alone of his band, was impressed by their performance and consequently left Bazooka Joe to form a group of his own called the B-Sides (which rehearsed but never gigged).

Since starting his course at Hornsey, Goddard had married fellow student Carol Mills, with whom he lived at her parents' residence in Muswell Hill. Shortly after, he developed anorexia. "I just didn't eat," he has said of this period, "I wasn't attempting to slim, I was attempting to kill myself."

Eventually, Goddard took an overdose of all the pills he could find in his mother-in-law's kitchen cabinet. After having his stomach pumped, he was sent to Colney Hatch mental hospital in North London, eventually being discharged on condition of supervision by Mills.

"I was totally ƒükkêd up in the head. Things went wrong and something snapped. I just became a vegetable for three months. I couldn't talk to people. I was very ill and that was part of the reason I left college."

Upon his discharge from the hospital, Goddard renamed himself Adam Ant (Adam being the first man and Ant because "they are resilient little buggers") with Mills renaming herself Eve.

Staff then asked Goddard to leave as the premises were a private members' club. Before storming off, Ant angrily told them all that he would be back. Some hours later, finding a discarded car alternator in the street, Ant threw it through the pub window. The broken glass injured a local musician.

Chased through the backstreets of Camden by pub security and others, he drove them away by pulling out an old World War II-era starting pistol, once the property of his father. Returning afterwards to the main street, he was spotted by a police patrol, gun still in hand, and arrested as he tried to leave the scene in the back of a minicab.

Ant was brought to court at the Old Bailey. The charges against him, which included criminal damage and threatening members of the public, were reduced to a single count of causing affray, to which he pleaded guilty. He was fined £500 and ordered to psychiatric care with a suspended sentence.

In June 2003, he was arrested again by police after a conflict with a neighbor resulted in him attempting to smash in the neighbor's patio door with a shovel, and then lying down on the concrete floor of a café basement with his trousers pulled down, curling up, and trying to sleep.

Once again he was charged with affray and criminal damage and spent time in psychiatric wards. In September of that year he was sectioned under the Mental Health Act 1983, and spent a further six months receiving in-patient psychiatric care. He was eventually granted a conditional discharge by the judge at Highbury Magistrates Court.

On Tuesday 18 May 2010, for unspecified reasons, Adam Ant was returned to psychiatric hospital – in his own words "at Her Majesty's Pleasure" —, albeit in a comfortable regime at a London NHS hospital, where he remained until mid-June, subsequently returning home under outpatient supervision. In an official statement,

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