Tales From a Record Shop

Disclaimer:
The stories included here are all based on real people and incidents that I encountered from my time working in an independent record shop. The names have been changed, but the stories are all true – even if they have been embellished a bit.

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Tales From a Record Shop #1

F is for Freak.
Working with the public. Come one and come all.

First published: 2nd December 2015

Tales From a Record Shop #2

T is for Thief.
Stealing in plain sight and how not to get away with it.

First published: 13th January 2016

Tales From a Record Shop #3

Z is for Zlodzieg.
A tale of mind-boggling honesty (sort of).

First published: 26th March 2016

Tales From a Record Shop #4

S is for Sex.
An enlightening real life story of talking about pornography with an old man.

First published: 22nd June 2016

Tales From a Record Shop #5

F is for Fiddling.
Separating reality from fiction (and a potential lawsuit for defaming the world’s foremost violinist . . .)

First published:17th August 2016

Tales From a Record Shop
The Christmas Special

B is for Bob.
A light-hearted festive diggle.

First published: 25th December 2016

Tales From a Record Shop #6

M is for Muppet.
A lesson in how to make people think you’re an idiot, by opening your mouth and proving it.

First published: 16th March 2017

Tales From a Record Shop #7

Fathers & daughters.
Pimping out your progeny.

First published: 13th April 2017

Tales From a Record Shop #8

F is for Fib.
Winding people up on purpose can seem a bit harsh. But not always.

First published: 6th July 2017

Tales From a Record Shop #9

A bit of rudeness and irritation. Even so, not another average day in the record shop.
A tale with a twist . . .

First published: 9th October 2017

Tales From a Record Shop #10

N is for Nazi.
And N is also for Nonce.
A light-hearted morality tale.

First published: 26th July 2019

Tales From a Record Shop
The Final Witter

On the 1st June 2019, we finally closed the shop. This final blog is to explain why, and to answer a few of the (many) questions I was asked 😢

First published: 18th September 2019

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