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    (Original post by Heptapus)
    Yes! :ahee: But I would need like 1000 lobsters on the assumption that I get £200 for each lobster. :teehee:
    I thought we went through this, I don't live near a beach. :facepalm2:
    They could be rare lobsters and you could make millions! :ahee:
    You can sit on your camel during the floods and it will keep you safe :teehee:

    (Original post by Heptapus)
    I am feeling rather sad and I don't know why.
    :console:

    (Original post by Coco_94)
    Seriously. :rofl:
    I'm the complete opposite of Illingworth really. Because I'm reaaaally good at avoiding temptations. It'd not work on me. :smug:
    You could! Yes, then you could curse at us in Russian, but I'd come to understand :teehee:
    Without it I wouldn't be able to get by. :lol:
    Yes, seriously. :lol:
    Psht, I wouldn't say the complete opposite! There is one thing I shall always like you for...
    And then I would win because you would be knowing Russian :smug: My mum's like that though, although she does it with Greek, or French if it's at my dad and she doesn't think me and my sister can hear :lol:
    Possibly! :lol:

    It's too true :L
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
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    Yikes! :lol: Today I have toggled between English (Pirate), English (Upside down), English (UK), French (France) and Kiswahili. :teehee: The pirate option was hilarious. Try it! :lol:

    It is! :ahee:

    Yes. :sogood:

    Oh noes... I know more of the Greek alphabet than Cyrillic... would you like to converse en FB using the Greek alphabet now? I would like some practice too.

    http://gr.translit.cc/
    :hugs:
    I will! :ahee:
    :awesome: :sogood:
    There are similarities! In English language but Greek alphabet, or in Greek language?
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    Yes, seriously. :lol:
    Psht, I wouldn't say the complete opposite! There is one thing I shall always like you for...
    And then I would win because you would be knowing Russian :smug: My mum's like that though, although she does it with Greek, or French if it's at my dad and she doesn't think me and my sister can hear :lol:
    Possibly! :lol:
    And what is that?....My filth? :rofl:
    Damnit, I can't win can I? :nooo:
    POLYGLOTS, Y U SO SCARY?
    Most definitely. I'd be nothing without a half decent ability to reason somehow.

    Conversation just:
    Friend: Ah he got bullied for having a common accent at that academy.
    Me: o.o
    Friend: yeaaah.
    Me: Him being him it'd not surprise me if he was over-exaggerating...but I guess we can't know. I get the feeling though with my voice I'd fit in fine there o.O
    Friend: Yes Oscar, you would.
    Friend: I mean Connor*

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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    And what is that?....My filth? :rofl:
    Damnit, I can't win can I? :nooo:
    POLYGLOTS, Y U SO SCARY?
    Most definitely. I'd be nothing without a half decent ability to reason somehow.
    That was a quote :emo:
    Of course not. Spy*****es are a tricksy sort :smug:
    :rofl:
    One of my earliest memories is my mum dropping a plate in the dishwasher, and it breaking, and her swearing in French :teehee:
    You wouldn't be you, so it's damn good that you've got it
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    (Original post by Etoile)
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    I will! :ahee:
    :awesome: :sogood:
    There are similarities! In English language but Greek alphabet, or in Greek language?
    :hugs:

    Excellent!

    :ahee: :coma:

    Good! :grin:

    The former as I am afraid I barely know any Greek language - I know the alphabet because it crops up so many times in Maths/Physics. :teehee:

    Tomorrow afternoon we can converse in the same way, except using cyrilic. Unless you want to converse tht way using cyrillic now and then Greek tomorrow when I could possible learn some words and then we could get some proper practise? I will be fine with the keyboard converter.
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    (Original post by Heptapus)
    Ahahaaaa, thanks, it's the small things that make people really smile.
    Sometimes.
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    They could be rare lobsters and you could make millions! :ahee:
    You can sit on your camel during the floods and it will keep you safe :teehee:

    :console:
    But I would still need many, and it would take a long time to get them because they are rare. :teehee:
    My house is on a hill. I think I am safe.

    :hugs:
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    (Original post by ArsLongaVitaBrevis)
    Sometimes.
    It is also the small things that make you sad. :emo:
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    That was a quote :emo:
    Of course not. Spy*****es are a tricksy sort :smug:
    :rofl:
    One of my earliest memories is my mum dropping a plate in the dishwasher, and it breaking, and her swearing in French :teehee:
    You wouldn't be you, so it's damn good that you've got it
    Oh damn..I remember now. :facepalm: :hugs:
    Indeed you are. :shakecane:
    :rofl:
    I'm thankful. To be honest, losing that terrifies me.

    I just got called Oscar. Check my editted post :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    The whole blog does seem of a good quality too, but it's that particular post definitely seems to make you think, ah, I'm not the only one... As well as the fact that it's entertaining, light-hearted as you said and also the fact other people can associate with it or understand things like that a bit more..
    You've been depressed?
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    (Original post by ArsLongaVitaBrevis)
    You've been depressed?
    Long story. Maybe another time. Unsure what to label it as, though I can associate with some of the feelings explored in it.
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
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    Excellent!

    :ahee: :coma:

    Good! :grin:

    The former as I am afraid I barely know any Greek language - I know the alphabet because it crops up so many times in Maths/Physics. :teehee:

    Tomorrow afternoon we can converse in the same way, except using cyrilic. Unless you want to converse tht way using cyrillic now and then Greek tomorrow when I could possible learn some words and then we could get some proper practise? I will be fine with the keyboard converter.
    :penguinhug:
    :ahee:
    :love:

    Okey I barely know any too, I only spent a couple of weeks this summer learning it and I haven't spoken it since I got home :lol: all I can remember is things like parakalo, efkharisto, kalispera etc :lol: Shall we do English/Greek today and English/Cyrillic tomorrow?

    (Original post by Coco_94)
    Conversation just:
    Friend: Ah he got bullied for having a common accent at that academy.
    Me: o.o
    Friend: yeaaah.
    Me: Him being him it'd not surprise me if he was over-exaggerating...but I guess we can't know. I get the feeling though with my voice I'd fit in fine there o.O
    Friend: Yes Oscar, you would.
    Friend: I mean Connor*

    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Etoile)

    It's too true :L
    You've been depressed?
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    :penguinhug:
    :ahee:
    :love:

    Okey I barely know any too, I only spent a couple of weeks this summer learning it and I haven't spoken it since I got home :lol: all I can remember is things like parakalo, efkharisto, kalispera etc :lol: Shall we do English/Greek today and English/Cyrillic tomorrow?
    :penguinhug:

    :ahee:

    :heart:

    :grin:

    OK. :lol: Yes, sounds like a plan!
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    (Original post by ArsLongaVitaBrevis)
    You've been depressed?
    I wouldn't have said so, but that post rang very true with me. Long story.

    (Original post by Coco_94)
    Oh damn..I remember now. :facepalm: :hugs:
    Indeed you are. :shakecane:
    :rofl:
    I'm thankful. To be honest, losing that terrifies me.

    I just got called Oscar. Check my editted post :facepalm:
    Do you remember the reason? :teehee:
    :teehee:
    I know :lol:
    You won't :console:
    :rofl:

    (Original post by Heptapus)
    But I would still need many, and it would take a long time to get them because they are rare. :teehee:
    My house is on a hill. I think I am safe.

    :hugs:
    Imagine if you got one that nobody had every found before, because they didn't realise, and it was enough to get a Steinway piano! :ahee:
    You could use it to escape just in case though :teehee:
    :hugs:

    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    :penguinhug:

    :ahee:

    :heart:

    :grin:

    OK. :lol: Yes, sounds like a plan!
    :hugs:
    :woo:
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    Ahh Yiruma you speak to the very depths of me through this piece..:moon:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mikudzy6Ddo

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    Thank you, ML. :moon:
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    (Original post by Etoile)


    Do you remember the reason? :teehee:
    :teehee:
    I know :lol:
    You won't :console:
    :rofl:
    No! :emo:
    :shakecane: ad infinitum!
    Oh, I mean through life, you know as the brain can get as screwed up as anything else...I don't mean waking up one day and suddenly being "stupid". :hugs:
    He does it all the time, ever since his class watched the film. :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    No! :emo:
    :shakecane: ad infinitum!
    Oh, I mean through life, you know as the brain can get as screwed up as anything else...I don't mean waking up one day and suddenly being "stupid". :hugs:
    He does it all the time, ever since his class watched the film. :facepalm:
    http://www.literaturepage.com/read/w...rtance-18.html
    :teehee:
    No, I know what you meant.
    The film... Wilde? :lolwut: :eek: :toofunny:
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    http://www.literaturepage.com/read/w...rtance-18.html
    :teehee:
    No, I know what you meant.
    The film... Wilde? :lolwut: :eek: :toofunny:
    Ohh that one! :rofl::rofl:
    Well, I have never done anything else. :sexface: :smug:
    Yes, the film Wilde.
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    (Original post by Coco_94)
    Ohh that one! :rofl::rofl:
    Well, I have never done anything else. :sexface: :smug:
    Yes, the film Wilde.
    :teehee:
    Really? I haven't noticed it :teehee:
    They saw the film Wilde and are now comparing you to it? Yes, Fry is very adorable in it, but :rofl::lol::rofl::lol::rofl::lol::rofl::lol::rofl::lol::rofl::lol::rofl::lol::rofl::lol::rofl::lol:
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