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    (Original post by Noara)
    Holy rabies. I keep on forgetting that we are friends.. Sorry TheOtherSide. I had my exams and hence couldn't keep up . I'm sure I'm too beautiful to be mad at (Am I right or am I right?) so we're good right?
    Hello btw :bootyshake::bootyshake::bootyshake:
    You keep forgetting we're friends? :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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    You're forgiven 'cos that made me laugh. :teehee:


    And :wavey:
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    You keep forgetting we're friends? :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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    You're forgiven 'cos that made me laugh. :teehee:


    And :wavey:
    Sorry but I can't help not be weird. :beard:
    But I do remember writing a poem on you for you in the middle of the night so....?
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    (Original post by Noara)
    Sorry but I can't help not be weird. :beard:
    But I do remember writing a poem on you for you in the middle of the night so....?
    She says as she strokes her non-existent beard. :mmm: I believe you.

    :lol: You did.

    And I realise I should have saved it somewhere. :hide:
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    She says as she strokes her non-existent beard. :mmm: I believe you.

    :lol: You did.

    And I realise I should have saved it somewhere. :hide:
    It's the EMOJI world. I have a beard in an emoji world that I love to stroke because um..it's..um.. very.....si..l..ky?

    It probably sounded very desperate so glad you didn't :eek3:..
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    (Original post by Noara)
    It's the EMOJI world. I have a beard in an emoji world that I love to stroke because um..it's..um.. very.....si..l..ky?

    It probably sounded very desperate so glad you didn't :eek3:..
    Really? :hmmm:

    But nah, you're right. Looks so therapeutic. :moon:

    It was the first poem anyone'd ever written for me, though. :cry2:
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    (Original post by Noara)
    I'm really sorry to hear about your granddad. When I was younger, I used to spend a good amount of time with my maternal grandmum and then we moved to another country and she passed away after a few years. My mum told me that she went to a placed called Heaven and I remember constantly asking her if we can just buy a ticket and visit her. I do miss her occasionally but I was never THAT close to her. She died when I was 4 something. I am, however, very close to my paternal grandma and grandpa who I spend most of my time with.

    I know right? I have quite a few detailed memories too.
    Thanks, and I'm sorry about your grandmum too. He only passed away a week or so before I started reception, so I don't remember him that much, but a little bit. Parents do need to be careful how they talk about death and other abstract ideas, I think, especially when kids are little, or they can get some strange ideas.
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    (Original post by Noara)
    Holy rabies.
    theres a 1% chance you just you that phrase cos you do
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    the other 99%

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    (Original post by Noara)
    Was just wondering what everyone's earliest memory is :rolleyes:
    My earliest was blinding pain.

    When I was 5 in new zealand kindergarten, I somehow got into a fight with another kid and he clawed my face with his fingernails wolverine style and I bled quite a lot and everything....needless to say Ive learnt better self defence since..
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    Really? :hmmm:

    But nah, you're right. Looks so therapeutic. :moon:

    It was the first poem anyone'd ever written for me, though. :cry2:
    I'm glad I did the honors, the other evil side...
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    I know there's the scientific 'fact' that memories before the age of 4 aren't real. My earliest memory was probably when I was about 5 or 6, my first swimming lessons and going to infant school, playing with my friends.
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    Age two mum had to leave me in Hospital as my asthma was really bad but was jumping on the bed because I didn't want her to leave me wailing, punching, kicking, screaming but she had no choice. Next day she came to see me but I didn't speak to her! :mad:

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    when i was 8 getting shouted at by my parents for climbing the wall which separated our garden from the neighbours, they had a metal bar that i wanted to do swing on but i ended up slipping and falling flat on my face
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    end result: a broken nose
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    stay safe kids
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    theres a 1% chance you just you that phrase cos you do
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    the other 99%

    One of my favorite animated cartoons... :cry2::cry2::cry2:
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    (Original post by eternalhinch)
    when i was 8 getting shouted at by my parents for climbing the wall which separated our garden from the neighbours, they had a metal bar that i wanted to do swing on but i ended up slipping and falling flat on my face
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    end result: a broken nose
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    stay safe kids
    Ouch. That must have for sure been a very painful experience. :bandit::bebored:
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    (Original post by Noara)
    Ouch. That must have for sure been a very painful experience. :bandit::bebored:
    it was horrid, i remember going to hospital with blood all over my face
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    I know there's the scientific 'fact' that memories before the age of 4 aren't real. My earliest memory was probably when I was about 5 or 6, my first swimming lessons and going to infant school, playing with my friends.
    I'm pretty damn sure that my 2 year old memory is real...
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    (Original post by Noara)
    One of my favorite animated cartoons... :cry2::cry2::cry2:
    when the cringe game too strong :lol:
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    (Original post by Noara)
    I'm glad I did the honors, the other evil side...
    Me, evil? :angel:
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    (Original post by eternalhinch)
    it was horrid, i remember going to hospital with blood all over my face
    Oh shoot! I've personally never had anything of "mine" broken so I wouldn't know. Although, I did once get my head stuck between the stairs banister while I was playing with my cat... :banghead:
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    when the cringe game too strong :lol:
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    What exactly are you trying to do Mister? ....I'm a bit confused.
 
 
 
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