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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    I feel sick, great :lol:
    Damn! I hope you feel better soon!
    People like you deserve to never be sick in their lives!
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    I feel big hearted. My heart is bigger than me.:london:

    An old friend I ain't seen since childhood, reached out to man in his time of need, every one pushed him away. But chances are I'll help you and sponsor that.

    So true say man is a great friend, not too many man like me.

    But my too heart is too big, for me to learn first time, some will just use my kindness.

    But I am 6 feet and my hear is bigger than me, so my love is unlimited even if you hurt me, I may give you another chance.:london:
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    (Original post by FireFreezer77)
    Damn! I hope you feel better soon!
    People like you deserve to never be sick in their lives!
    Ty! I hope so too lol :lol:
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    Had a crazy night and now super super sleepy*
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    (Original post by Pokémontrainer)
    Disgusted with everything.
    :console:

    C'mon mate, you're a pokemon master you're stronger than you think :woo:
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    Ty! I hope so too lol :lol:
    Well im sure youll get better soon :yep:
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    **** the NHS! Theyre bloody useless!
    I hope they figure out what they need to do and then actually help people!
    Im disgusted!
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    Tad disappointed
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    Absolutely freezing
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    (Original post by Salamandastron)
    Tad disappointed
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    I believe in that ^^^
    I believe that one day you'll wake up realising you did not have a nightmare, and you'll feel asleep the following night thinking how strangely bright was the sun that day.

    Hang on :console:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    No, you haven't.
    and how do you know :rolleyes:



    A four-year MSci or MChem, most likely. Might have a look at some of the 'year abroad' offerings closer to applying.
    hmmmmmmmmmmm hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm hmmmmmmmmmm OKAY :top:
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    C'mon mate
    You're turning into a Brit. :eek:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    You're turning into a Brit. :eek:
    Really :ahee: ?
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    my accent will still be a traitor tho :emo:
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Really :ahee: ?
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    my accent will still be a traitor tho :emo:
    It's nothing to be proud of, young lady. :naughty: Next, 'bae' or somesuch will enter your lexicon.

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    Proper word would be 'betrayer', I think, though traitor also works (it just implies a certain kind of betrayal more than others, namely treason). :innocent:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    It's nothing to be proud of, young lady. :naughty: Next, 'bae' or somesuch will enter your lexicon.
    Omg I have read Alexicorn :eek: Alexion :rofl:

    This apart, I don't say words like "bae" :sad: I often use "mate" tho :cry:
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    it's not my fault I'm learning by observation :puppyeyes:



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    Proper word would be 'betrayer', I think, though traitor also works (it just implies a certain kind of betrayal more than others, namely treason). :innocent:
    My accent is a bad betrayer then :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    Omg I have read Alexicorn :eek: Alexion :rofl:
    I debated using 'vernacular' instead, but I remembered using it recently elsewhere, so tried my best to think of an alternative.

    This apart, I don't say words like "bae" :sad: I often use "mate" tho :cry:
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    it's not my fault I'm learning by observation :puppyeyes:
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    True. Anyway, I can only advise - that's what I'm paid to do.


    My accent is a bad betrayer then :unimpressed:
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    :mmm:
    But surely a bad betrayer would be bad at betraying; whereas yours is good at betraying? So it's a good betrayer? I'm not entirely sure. :hmmmm2:

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    Your accent in that 'tongue twister' recording betrayed nothing. :yep:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    I debated using 'vernacular' instead, but I remembered using it recently elsewhere, so tried my best to think of an alternative.
    Vernacular Mmmh .. I like that word :teehee:


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    True. Anyway, I can only advise - that's what I'm paid to do.
    Believe it or not I listen to all your advices :mmm:

    But surely a bad betrayer would be bad at betraying; whereas yours is good at betraying? So it's a good betrayer? I'm not entirely sure. :hmmmm2:
    Wait that's not what I meant mmh I meant bad like in uhh .. "Bad boy" ?
    In French the word is "vilain" and I know it's a word in English too but not sure if it has the exact meaning in that context \:
    Do you even understand what I am trying to say :lol: ?

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    Your accent in that 'tongue twister' recording betrayed nothing. :yep:
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    it still sounds pretty French :lol: but ty for the compliment :hugs:
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    Exams finished and I have an extremely underwhelming sense of relief, given how much I was longing for a break. Last exam was meh and because of this I feel I don't deserve to rest. Kinda feel a need to carry on revising -_-. Anyone feel this way?
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    Man is so shocked.

    Man just witnessed a shooting star in broad day light:gasp:. And in London of all places.

    But true say man is kind of wavey, so it must likely is a myth.
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    Argh! Today I felt awkward and hesitant because Mrs R in year 2 was doing her maths wrong, and she was telling the children they had it correct when they didn't. I REALLY wanted to tell her, but I didn't want to embarrass her So I said nothing... I hate it when this happens because I feel too embarrassed to correct the teachers.

    Also, going to the sports centre with year 2 tomorrow. I normally hate school trips, but I'm rather looking forward to this because I'm borrowing some of my sister's exercise clothes and it'll feel all different!!
 
 
 
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