One arrested and one hospitalised after Bournemouth town centre party gets out of hand

Bournemouth Echo: ON FACEBOOK: A teenager  has been arrested after a party got out of hand in Bourne Avenue, Bournemouth ON FACEBOOK: A teenager has been arrested after a party got out of hand in Bourne Avenue, Bournemouth

A REVELLER was left needing hospital treatment after a party got out of hand in Bournemouth town centre on Saturday night.

As reported on the Daily Echo’s website late on Saturday, multiple police units were called to Bourne Avenue.

Shocked witnesses, who said the party attracted around 100 teenagers, reported seeing up to a dozen vans and police cars at the height of the incident.

Paramedics were also called to the scene after one person was injured when fighting broke out, onlookers said.

One witness, who asked not to be named, said: “I would say there was about 50 or 60 teenagers on the street and they were heading to the entrance to the apartments upstairs.

“It looked like someone was having a flat party. Once this group dispersed another group, around 50 people, arrived and they started crowding across the road as well.

“People were saying it was a party that might have been put on Facebook or something, as lots of people were turning up.

“I would say at least 100 people were there at one point, mostly teenagers.

“We spoke to one of the people in the party and apparently someone started a fight and a bottle was smashed on someone’s head. That is when the police became involved.”

A police spokesman said that officers received around 20 ‘999’ calls at around 9.50pm to the scene at Bourne Court, where a fight had apparently broken out and had spilled into the street.

Weapons were reported as being used, but police said none were seen by officers.

Early yesterday morning, police said that one person had been taken to hospital as a result of being assaulted, but their injuries did not appear to be serious.

Town centre ward member, Cllr David Smith, of Bournemouth Borough Council, left, said: “Obviously, I do not like to hear about incidents like this as the safety of everyone in our town centre is of paramount importance. The police do a demanding job and seem to have handled this incident well.”

A 17-year-old male was arrested on suspicion of assault.

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5:48am Mon 31 Mar 14

pete woodley says...

The perils of facebook.
The perils of facebook. pete woodley
  • Score: 4

8:19am Mon 31 Mar 14

Hessenford says...

pete woodley wrote:
The perils of facebook.
Facebook should be made illegal to immature people.
[quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: The perils of facebook.[/p][/quote]Facebook should be made illegal to immature people. Hessenford
  • Score: 17

9:48am Mon 31 Mar 14

hooplaa says...

At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake! hooplaa
  • Score: -6

9:52am Mon 31 Mar 14

BoscVegas says...

hooplaa wrote:
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
yesterday's ;)
[quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake![/p][/quote]yesterday's ;) BoscVegas
  • Score: 25

10:08am Mon 31 Mar 14

Valerie W. says...

BoscVegas wrote:
hooplaa wrote:
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
yesterday's ;)
Yes, there should also be a comma after 'properly'.
[quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake![/p][/quote]yesterday's ;)[/p][/quote]Yes, there should also be a comma after 'properly'. Valerie W.
  • Score: 3

10:18am Mon 31 Mar 14

goatty says...

How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance.
The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out
How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out goatty
  • Score: 25

12:03pm Mon 31 Mar 14

l'anglais says...

goatty wrote:
How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance.
The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out
What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is.

What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises.
In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance.
Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home".

Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance!
[quote][p][bold]goatty[/bold] wrote: How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out[/p][/quote]What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is. What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises. In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance. Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home". Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance! l'anglais
  • Score: -14

12:09pm Mon 31 Mar 14

JackJohnson says...

BoscVegas wrote:
hooplaa wrote:
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
yesterday's ;)
ROFLMAO. The perils of being a spelling and punctuation cop.
[quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake![/p][/quote]yesterday's ;)[/p][/quote]ROFLMAO. The perils of being a spelling and punctuation cop. JackJohnson
  • Score: -6

12:12pm Mon 31 Mar 14

JackJohnson says...

l'anglais wrote:
goatty wrote:
How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance.
The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out
What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is.

What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises.
In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance.
Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home".

Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance!
If the yoof of today wants a chance it should first demonstrate that it deserves one. Not bottling each other at Facebook parties would be a good start.
[quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]goatty[/bold] wrote: How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out[/p][/quote]What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is. What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises. In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance. Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home". Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance![/p][/quote]If the yoof of today wants a chance it should first demonstrate that it deserves one. Not bottling each other at Facebook parties would be a good start. JackJohnson
  • Score: 4

12:48pm Mon 31 Mar 14

rozmister says...

goatty wrote:
How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out
There's nothing in the article that says the flat was let to a teenager, simply that the people involved were teenagers. It could have been let to the teen's parents and they trusted them to stay at the property whilst they went on holiday or to visit family. I'm in my 20's now but I started renting accommodation at 16 due to a family breakdown, I've never had the police come out to any of my homes due to fighting or bad behaviour! There's no need to tar everyone with one big ignorant brush.

Also without survelliance and recordings anyone could make noise allegations and be evicted. Your neighbour could claim you were loud and continue to do so and you could find yourself homeless through no fault of your own. Nuisance noise is a nightmare but we also have to protect people from malicious neighbours which is just as much of a nightmare!
[quote][p][bold]goatty[/bold] wrote: How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out[/p][/quote]There's nothing in the article that says the flat was let to a teenager, simply that the people involved were teenagers. It could have been let to the teen's parents and they trusted them to stay at the property whilst they went on holiday or to visit family. I'm in my 20's now but I started renting accommodation at 16 due to a family breakdown, I've never had the police come out to any of my homes due to fighting or bad behaviour! There's no need to tar everyone with one big ignorant brush. Also without survelliance and recordings anyone could make noise allegations and be evicted. Your neighbour could claim you were loud and continue to do so and you could find yourself homeless through no fault of your own. Nuisance noise is a nightmare but we also have to protect people from malicious neighbours which is just as much of a nightmare! rozmister
  • Score: 1

1:04pm Mon 31 Mar 14

hooplaa says...

Valerie W. wrote:
BoscVegas wrote:
hooplaa wrote:
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
yesterday's ;)
Yes, there should also be a comma after 'properly'.
I'm not paid to write stories and do not call myself a journalist!
[quote][p][bold]Valerie W.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake![/p][/quote]yesterday's ;)[/p][/quote]Yes, there should also be a comma after 'properly'.[/p][/quote]I'm not paid to write stories and do not call myself a journalist! hooplaa
  • Score: 9

1:14pm Mon 31 Mar 14

hooplaa says...

JackJohnson wrote:
BoscVegas wrote:
hooplaa wrote:
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
yesterday's ;)
ROFLMAO. The perils of being a spelling and punctuation cop.
'If the yoof of today'
[quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake![/p][/quote]yesterday's ;)[/p][/quote]ROFLMAO. The perils of being a spelling and punctuation cop.[/p][/quote]'If the yoof of today' hooplaa
  • Score: 4

1:19pm Mon 31 Mar 14

ekimnoslen says...

Hessenford wrote:
pete woodley wrote:
The perils of facebook.
Facebook should be made illegal to immature people.
In the UK that seems be everyone under 40.
[quote][p][bold]Hessenford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: The perils of facebook.[/p][/quote]Facebook should be made illegal to immature people.[/p][/quote]In the UK that seems be everyone under 40. ekimnoslen
  • Score: -1

1:27pm Mon 31 Mar 14

JackJohnson says...

hooplaa wrote:
JackJohnson wrote:
BoscVegas wrote:
hooplaa wrote:
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
yesterday's ;)
ROFLMAO. The perils of being a spelling and punctuation cop.
'If the yoof of today'
Lost on you, then.
[quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JackJohnson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake![/p][/quote]yesterday's ;)[/p][/quote]ROFLMAO. The perils of being a spelling and punctuation cop.[/p][/quote]'If the yoof of today'[/p][/quote]Lost on you, then. JackJohnson
  • Score: 0

2:30pm Mon 31 Mar 14

rdemeath says...

'l'anglais' has some never demanding people to move from their homes in order to allow others to take them over.
Such an ageist remark is beneath the contempt of all right-thinking people. Why should one give up the property that has taken a lifetime to maintain, simply to hand it over to others less deserving.
This thinking smacks of the Socialist dream of getting everything for nothing, as long as someone else pays for it.
'l'anglais' has some never demanding people to move from their homes in order to allow others to take them over. Such an ageist remark is beneath the contempt of all right-thinking people. Why should one give up the property that has taken a lifetime to maintain, simply to hand it over to others less deserving. This thinking smacks of the Socialist dream of getting everything for nothing, as long as someone else pays for it. rdemeath
  • Score: 7

2:31pm Mon 31 Mar 14

rdemeath says...

"...has some never" should read "...has some nerve". Apologies to the spelling police!
"...has some never" should read "...has some nerve". Apologies to the spelling police! rdemeath
  • Score: 1

2:42pm Mon 31 Mar 14

High Treason says...

Pity they never arrested more and gave then the bill for the police time.
Pity they never arrested more and gave then the bill for the police time. High Treason
  • Score: 2

4:17pm Mon 31 Mar 14

JackJohnson says...

High Treason wrote:
Pity they never arrested more and gave then the bill for the police time.
If anyone is convicted of the assault they should be billed for all costs, including NHS, ambulance (if used) and police.
[quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: Pity they never arrested more and gave then the bill for the police time.[/p][/quote]If anyone is convicted of the assault they should be billed for all costs, including NHS, ambulance (if used) and police. JackJohnson
  • Score: -1

5:07pm Mon 31 Mar 14

BoscVegas says...

hooplaa wrote:
Valerie W. wrote:
BoscVegas wrote:
hooplaa wrote:
At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake!
yesterday's ;)
Yes, there should also be a comma after 'properly'.
I'm not paid to write stories and do not call myself a journalist!
No need to defend yourself we all make typos.

It was #LOLZ though.

Anyway, I'm off to publically post my modest gathering on Facebook.
[quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Valerie W.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hooplaa[/bold] wrote: At least this report is spelt properly unlike yesterdays one which had more than 1 simple spelling mistake![/p][/quote]yesterday's ;)[/p][/quote]Yes, there should also be a comma after 'properly'.[/p][/quote]I'm not paid to write stories and do not call myself a journalist![/p][/quote]No need to defend yourself we all make typos. It was #LOLZ though. Anyway, I'm off to publically post my modest gathering on Facebook. BoscVegas
  • Score: 1

7:10pm Mon 31 Mar 14

JackJohnson says...

Bob49 wrote:
l'anglais wrote:
goatty wrote:
How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance.
The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out
What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is.

What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises.
In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance.
Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home".

Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance!
ah yes, kids who cannot hold their drink is th fault of older people who can

as to giving people a chance I cannot remember much of that going on before, you had to roll your sleeves up and get on with it - not hold you hand out and expect everything to be given to you

maybe a bit of 'youthenasia' would not go amiss, simply bump off a large number of the useless 'generation thick ' and replace them with East Europeans who do not think that the word work describes an affliction that affects others.
'Give the young a chance' when spoken/published by anyone under 30 almost inevitably means 'I think it's mine by right. Hand it to me on a plate.'
[quote][p][bold]Bob49[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]goatty[/bold] wrote: How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out[/p][/quote]What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is. What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises. In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance. Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home". Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance![/p][/quote]ah yes, kids who cannot hold their drink is th fault of older people who can as to giving people a chance I cannot remember much of that going on before, you had to roll your sleeves up and get on with it - not hold you hand out and expect everything to be given to you maybe a bit of 'youthenasia' would not go amiss, simply bump off a large number of the useless 'generation thick ' and replace them with East Europeans who do not think that the word work describes an affliction that affects others.[/p][/quote]'Give the young a chance' when spoken/published by anyone under 30 almost inevitably means 'I think it's mine by right. Hand it to me on a plate.' JackJohnson
  • Score: 2

9:16pm Mon 31 Mar 14

er@odotc says...

l'anglais wrote:
goatty wrote: How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out
What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is. What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises. In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance. Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home". Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance!
My words typed by my great grandson: This is the first time i have ever commented upon an comment but i find l'anglais' view not only insulting, but also ageist. Indeed I may be `elderly' as he or she puts it, but i was raised in a period of war, with rations, heartache, hope and despair in equal portions. I went on to make something of my life, to better myself, and provide a future for not only my children, but their children, and the children of others.....some of whom i knew, most of which i didn't. I feel I have done this country proud and contributed to its independence, and to have read to me such a disparaging comment from this person l'anglais goes against the principles i and many others adopted, and the stresses we endured when we were younger. Shame on you l'anglais.
[quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]goatty[/bold] wrote: How lovely for the other law abiding residents of these flats to have to put up with this. Surely letting flats out to teenagers is a recipe for disaster. Just looked at what happen in Winton with morons being taken to court after noise disturbance. The Councils should take noise annoyance more seriously and adopt a 3 strike rule. One a warning, two a warning and a hefty fine and then thirdly evicted. No red tape and months of surveillance and wasted phone calls and recordings. Noise and annoy the neighbours you are out[/p][/quote]What are you suggesting Bournemouth becoming a septuagenarian blue rinse only town........wait a minute, it already is. What really needs to happen is that many parents and grandparents to realise the buck stops at parental education. Many have involved themselves less in the upbringing of their offspring and spent their spare time on Golf, Bowling and Cruises. In addition to this the elderly hold on to over-sized (for their needs) properties instead of down sizing and giving their nippers a chance. Don't tell me, "I work grafted hard to get my 4 bedroom home". Move aside old fogies, give the next generation a chance![/p][/quote]My words typed by my great grandson: This is the first time i have ever commented upon an comment but i find l'anglais' view not only insulting, but also ageist. Indeed I may be `elderly' as he or she puts it, but i was raised in a period of war, with rations, heartache, hope and despair in equal portions. I went on to make something of my life, to better myself, and provide a future for not only my children, but their children, and the children of others.....some of whom i knew, most of which i didn't. I feel I have done this country proud and contributed to its independence, and to have read to me such a disparaging comment from this person l'anglais goes against the principles i and many others adopted, and the stresses we endured when we were younger. Shame on you l'anglais. er@odotc
  • Score: 5

6:06pm Tue 1 Apr 14

Footnerc says...

to me it seems 90% of the people on this site/bournemouth have a horrible view on us younger generation.
teenagers have parties, that will never change. its called having fun which everyone seems to have forgotten about. the town has a university and that means teenagers will be there if you dont like it, then shut up and move. stop being so pathetic just because you cant have fun anymore, it does not mean you can ruin it for everyone else.
to me it seems 90% of the people on this site/bournemouth have a horrible view on us younger generation. teenagers have parties, that will never change. its called having fun which everyone seems to have forgotten about. the town has a university and that means teenagers will be there if you dont like it, then shut up and move. stop being so pathetic just because you cant have fun anymore, it does not mean you can ruin it for everyone else. Footnerc
  • Score: 0

6:43pm Tue 1 Apr 14

mikeymagic says...

Footnerc wrote:
to me it seems 90% of the people on this site/bournemouth have a horrible view on us younger generation.
teenagers have parties, that will never change. its called having fun which everyone seems to have forgotten about. the town has a university and that means teenagers will be there if you dont like it, then shut up and move. stop being so pathetic just because you cant have fun anymore, it does not mean you can ruin it for everyone else.
I kind of think the definition of FUN has changed somewhat.
[quote][p][bold]Footnerc[/bold] wrote: to me it seems 90% of the people on this site/bournemouth have a horrible view on us younger generation. teenagers have parties, that will never change. its called having fun which everyone seems to have forgotten about. the town has a university and that means teenagers will be there if you dont like it, then shut up and move. stop being so pathetic just because you cant have fun anymore, it does not mean you can ruin it for everyone else.[/p][/quote]I kind of think the definition of FUN has changed somewhat. mikeymagic
  • Score: 0

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