What's you name?
No, I'm not giving names, I'm fed up with all that.
Ok, no names! I'll call you, er
The mystery woman! [laughs]
The mystery woman
[laughs] Fucking 'ell
Ok, what do you do for fun, mystery woman?
For fun?! Come down here, have a cup of tea and a meal, and enjoy
Meet a friend, drive the caff owner mad
What do you think it means to be a real Hoxton person then?
They;re the salt of the earth, and I don't mean me, personally, the whole people. I'm talking about years ago, in what you call olden days, you should have -
Do you remember about the prefab homes, was it a nice place to live, what were they like?
Yeah. It's a shame they ever knocked them down, but there you go.
You lived in one?
With my parents, of course! yeah.
And they had a little garden, didn't they?
They did, cos a friend of mine came to dig the garden and he thought he'd dig a lump out of my toe [laughs]
How long did you live there, quite a few years?
Well tip my poor mum died. What we knew is gone.