Posters on the Wall of your Childhood Bedroom

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Did you have any posters on the Wall as a child or teenager? If so, what of and why?


I shared a bedroom with my brothers for years and we used to get loads of free magazines from a guy my dad knew.

We would stick posters up from them, mainly football, boxing, and comic books.

The main three I choose and kept up were one of Nigel Benn, my favourite boxer, one of Paolo Maldini, my favourite footballer, and one of the ABC Warriors, a sci-fi comic from 2000AD.


These were just cheapies cut from magazines. No copies of the originals, but here are some pics of the source material for those who don't know who they are.






 
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When I was a teenager and my folks split up I went to live with my dad. This meant I was in charge of the bedroom there and my brothers were in charge of the one at my mums.


I put up some larger, better quality film posters. Mainly cool 90's stuff like trainspotting, Pulp fiction, army of darkness, the crow.

These are the actual ones I had.











I also had random sexy ladies up from fhm, loaded, etc.
 
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Used to have the usual generic football posters from whatever magazines I got my hands on. Mixture of Liverpool and Ireland players. That was as a teenager.

Have a vague recollection of the door to the bedroom I shared with my brothers being covered in the stickers you used to get out of chewing gum. All of the WWF wrestlers.
 
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Used to have the usual generic football posters from whatever magazines I got my hands on. Mixture of Liverpool and Ireland players. That was as a teenager.

Have a vague recollection of the door to the bedroom I shared with my brothers being covered in the stickers you used to get out of chewing gum. All of the WWF wrestlers.
Yeah, we used to get old copies of Match, Shoot, and the Rangers News, and stick up whoever was in them.
 
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I never really had music posters. Didn't really get into going to gigs and really having my own musical interests till I was about 17, by which time I was no longer into posters.
 
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Had this on the back of my bedroom door. It was about 6ft and covered most of the door. Had a wall of metal posters



Another big poster, about 5ft, on a wall of car posters


Got this Tyson one out of a mag, Rolling Stone I think, A4 size


And random Mad covers
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AntG

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Fuckin' loads mainly of motorbikes, cars and women, I had a few film posters too, I had a massive Terminator 2 poster which took up most of the back of my bedroom door, I also recall having Lethal Weapon, Demolition Man and Texas Chainsaw Massacre posters. I had a few band posters as well, Guns 'n' Roses, Metallica, L7 to name a few.
 

Haggis

CHB World Championship People's Champion
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That Danni Minogue 1997 calendar is thoroughly recommended, by the way. Tremendous topless shots in there.

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Broxi

The Anti-Bully
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When I was a teenager and my folks split up I went to live with my dad. This meant I was in charge of the bedroom there and my brothers were in charge of the one at my mums.


I put up some larger, better quality film posters. Mainly cool 90's stuff like trainspotting, Pulp fiction, army of darkness, the crow.

These are the actual ones I had.




I also had random sexy ladies up from fhm, loaded, etc.
Same as a teenager, I had the Trainspotting one with the monologue from the start of the movie, I had posters from Loaded of Jo Guest and the like.




I had a small framed Scarface one too.



Some band posters, Oasis, Stone Roses and the cover art from Dookie was one I remember

 
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I also had a couple of full length front and rear view posters of some blonde pulling her top over her head. Can't find it now.