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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    I don't understand what that means :confused:
    When two people like each other very much ...
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    (Original post by Ars Ludicra)
    When two people like each other very much ...
    I don't understand how climbing someone like a tree means sex.
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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    I don't understand how climbing someone like a tree means sex.
    This tbh... :erm:
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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    I don't understand what that means :confused:
    I just saw:



    Which starred:



    To whom I would:

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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    I don't understand how climbing someone like a tree means sex.
    I had an unusual childhood.
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    GAHHHHHD guys! The Balcony Scene has finally gone up from Lauren's Romeo and Juliet last Thursday. It's so good! Although the cameramen went for a few close-ups when I would have liked to have seen the footwork. Consider this advanced warning that I may mention this several times in the next few days.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHjh9pzQJnY

    Edit: And to think, guys ... I was in the same bed as that woman that night.
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    I should be working, but no a documentary on AI won out. I now have to wind up some medics about diagnostic iPads
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    Alex and Anshul have never heard of a ceilidh, is this normal for you English?

    I always assumed they were a fairly normal event, I'm aware of a few having happened at uni.
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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    Alex and Anshul have never heard of a ceilidh, is this normal for you English?

    I always assumed they were a fairly normal event, I'm aware of a few having happened at uni.
    The ****'s that?
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    (Original post by Laertes)
    The ****'s that?
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=ceilidh
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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    Alex and Anshul have never heard of a ceilidh, is this normal for you English?

    I always assumed they were a fairly normal event, I'm aware of a few having happened at uni.
    I'm familiar with them
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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    Alex and Anshul have never heard of a ceilidh, is this normal for you English?

    I always assumed they were a fairly normal event, I'm aware of a few having happened at uni.
    Lol don't expect any English people to know what anything spelt in Gaelic is.

    I myself only became acquainted with the term through a wedding I attended around 3 years ago (such a wonderfully bounteous supply of alcohol btw, at one point I had wine coming out of my ears, both figuratively and literally).

    I miss alcohol :moon:
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    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    Alex and Anshul have never heard of a ceilidh, is this normal for you English?

    I always assumed they were a fairly normal event, I'm aware of a few having happened at uni.
    Ceilidhs are the best thing ever
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    (Original post by Ars Ludicra)
    GAHHHHHD guys! The Balcony Scene has finally gone up from Lauren's Romeo and Juliet last Thursday. It's so good! Although the cameramen went for a few close-ups when I would have liked to have seen the footwork. Consider this advanced warning that I may mention this several times in the next few days.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHjh9pzQJnY

    Edit: And to think, guys ... I was in the same bed as that woman that night.
    Wasted on you :sigh:

    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    Alex and Anshul have never heard of a ceilidh, is this normal for you English?

    I always assumed they were a fairly normal event, I'm aware of a few having happened at uni.
    I know of them, but only entirely by chance.

    (Original post by paddy)
    Lol don't expect any English people to know what anything spelt in Gaelic is.
    This tbh.
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    Hey gays. I went to a nice comedy thing and also to the pub it was in with a friend, it was nice.

    (Original post by seanfromtheblock)
    Alex and Anshul have never heard of a ceilidh, is this normal for you English?

    I always assumed they were a fairly normal event, I'm aware of a few having happened at uni.
    I know what they are, but I wouldn't be too surprised if someone didn't. Also I wouldn't expect them to recognise the word written if they only knew it pronounced. :p:
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    (Original post by paddy)
    Lol don't expect any English people to know what anything spelt in Gaelic is.

    I myself only became acquainted with the term through a wedding I attended around 3 years ago (such a wonderfully bounteous supply of alcohol btw, at one point I had wine coming out of my ears, both figuratively and literally).

    I miss alcohol :moon:
    I can imagine you singing this, drunk, Paddy...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Bwaw1sfr48
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    (Original post by Mad Vlad)
    I can imagine you singing this, drunk, Paddy...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Bwaw1sfr48
    Considering I'd be singing it in an English accent I'm not sure anyone could take me seriously.

    Also I'd be more likely to be singing about alcohol. Or 80s/90s pop music.
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    So it was a choice between sleeping before work, and meeting my best friend's new girlfriend. Obviously, I chose the latter, and now have a nine hour shift stretching before me. Yay?
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    (Original post by Jace Falco)
    So it was a choice between sleeping before work, and meeting my best friend's new girlfriend. Obviously, I chose the latter, and now have a nine hour shift stretching before me. Yay?
    Is this your police thing?
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    Just tried the new tea-flavoured Monster drink. Like very sweet iced tea. They're surprisingly palatable, for a range that normally tastes like sugar and tachycardia.
 
 
 
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