Sunday Feb 10, 2013

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So... yeah, it's been a while since I was here. I thought I'd come back and hang around for a bit. Hello!
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tinkly:

Aww id forgotten about the message blush I am good thanks hun biggrin

tinkly:

Yup surreal 6 months or so till W day. Brought my bridesmaids dresses today. Feeling a little overwhelmed haha blush

Tuesday Jan 11, 2011

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I've been pondering doing something at the Open University. Haven't got a clue what I might want to do, mind, so applying might be a bit difficult wink
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tinkly:

Thanks hunny x

badgers:

Ha! Maybe open it up for a vote - you then study WHATEVER SG decides...

And yeah, of course it's not everyone's cup of tea, but one should never tell someone else how to live their relationships. I'd always recommend what we do, but only to people that want to and would be able to manage it emotionally smile

Thursday Nov 25, 2010

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Marnie Stern - at The Deaf Institute, my new favourite venue - was absolutely chuffing brilliant. Pocket Knife - one of the support bands - were pretty effing great too.

More like this please, world!
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celta:

Yeah, I liked Inception and Monsters, too.
I can also recommend Devil, Splice, Exit Through The Gift Shop, Whiteout, Machete (so much crazy fun!! biggrin ) and The Horde. Most of the movies I watched were entertaining.
Unfortunately I found Tron: Legacy quite disappointing. I love the original movie, I even have Tron sneakers from Adidas! biggrin
The special effects and design of the second one were amazing! But the story wasn't even half as good as in the original movie. And some of the dialogues were rather ... cheesy. But Tron: Legacy is definitely eye-candy. wink

Hope you'll have great holidays! smile

kpan:

All the best for crimbo fella...let's hope santa brings back rafa wink

Monday Nov 15, 2010

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Went to see Seth Lakeman last night



He was great. I might go and see Marnie Stern next week. I've only heard a few songs of hers, but it might be a good gig. I'm definitely going to see Saint Etienne next month (that would probably be a record for the longest time between starting listening to a band and seeing them live...
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ikaruga:

Leeds also has the advantage of being a one day con.

ticket duly snaked to see Saint Etienne, and thanks for mentioning that, as otherwise I'd've missed them. again.

ikaruga:

yeah, there's far too much crap with ticket sites.
I would've thought there'd be at least one ticket shop in Manchester?

Sunday Nov 07, 2010

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retro sunday night: watching Tron and scouring ebay for minidisc players biggrin
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johnnyforeigner:

Pfft, money? I'd just keep him till Stockholm Syndrome set in and we became best buddies smile

johnnyforeigner:

As long as it gets the tedious bastard off MOTD I'm still liking that plan.

Friday Nov 05, 2010

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happy terrorist day!

this is an odd little country sometimes.
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mark_plus_beer:

I love the fact we celebrate the 5th.

mark_plus_beer:

Yeah that's true, but taken into context, America has halloween, Mexico (or is it most spanish speaking nations) have Die De La Muertos so its a nice and terribly British affair.

Monday Nov 01, 2010

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I'm starting to look at rooms in house/flatshares this week. Choosing a house or a flat will be relatively easy... it's choosing the people that's going to be hard. How do you know decent seeming people are still going to seem decent after a few months? They'll have the same problem, I suppose.
spamtwo:

Tell them your favourite film is Shallow Grave and talk about how true to life you find it. That should help you out, maybe

Sunday Oct 31, 2010

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johnnyforeigner:

"Congratulations! You got a moving cameo from Steve Earle. Collect $10 from all other players"

mark_plus_beer:

Instead of houses do you get crack dens ?

Wednesday Oct 27, 2010

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I still miss you, John.

I'm just listening to Tom Ravenscroft on 6Music. I've heard his name mentioned here and there by other presenters, but I don't think I knew until today that he's John Peel's son. And you know what, you can tell. He seems like a good bloke and top presenter in his own right, but I'd...
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