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    (Original post by keromedic)
    It is going to be a bit weird to write :P as I have to include certain chords every 4 bars :P.
    How're ur A2s?
    Okish thanks, I'm just about keeping up which given the amount of school I'm missing atm I'm quite proud of! Think I'm going to reapply next year though, I'll do music A level or grade 8 theory and some piano in a gap year if I can stand being at home that long!

    How are yours?


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    (Original post by furryface12)
    Okish thanks, I'm just about keeping up which given the amount of school I'm missing atm I'm quite proud of! Think I'm going to reapply next year though, I'll do music A level or grade 8 theory and some piano in a gap year if I can stand being at home that long!

    How are yours?


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    Good. Are you on anything else where we could chat where you're anon?
    I was hoping u could help me with G6 theory?

    I'm doing a gap year too!
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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    Everyone should meet in Wales. You might go back home craving lamb but it'd be a good 'un anyhow :ahee:
    Agreed, Wales!
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Good. Are you on anything else where we could chat where you're anon?
    I was hoping u could help me with G6 theory?

    I'm doing a gap year too!
    Never got round to doing g6 sorry, I will help if I can though- I got distinction in grade 5 but haven't done much since PM me if you like, or I'm on facebook but I'll tell you my name over PM if you want to add me

    Yay! My parents are still saying no, but I'll win them round eventually... I can't imagine my grades are going to be fantastic this year anyway tbh.




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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Agreed, Wales!
    Where in Wales? North is good, south could be more problematic


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Agreed, Wales!
    Cheaper than going to London!
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    (Original post by furryface12)
    Where in Wales? North is good, south could be more problematic


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    Cheaper than going to London!
    Cardiff duuuh
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Cardiff duuuh
    I have to get two trains then, london or manchester I can do direct
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    (Original post by furryface12)
    I have to get two trains then, london or manchester I can do direct
    I can get to cardiff semi-easily from here. In fact, I'm quite prepared to visit. But without a plan of something to do it'd probably be a bit awks :P
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Cardiff duuuh
    Yay, Wales. I've never been there. I'm wondering what it's like. Is there a lot of parks or places with nice grass? I love parks and gardens.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Agreed, Wales!
    We could teach them Sosban Fach and Hyms and Arias!
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    (Original post by purplemind)
    Yay, Wales. I've never been there. I'm wondering what it's like. Is there a lot of parks or places with nice grass? I love parks and gardens.
    Absolutely. We have national parks etc which are pretty huge. I love in in the Gower which is basically the countryside. You can go strawberry picking in the morning and then to the beach for the afternoon before a romantic stroll in the evening :coma:

    You've also got the brecon beacons which is basically a load of green hills Pen Y Fan is an amazing peak with green grass for miles and miles!
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    @Usy no one asked you...

    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    We could teach them Sosban Fach and Hyms and Arias!
    Mae hen wlad fy nhadau...

    (Original post by purplemind)
    Yay, Wales. I've never been there. I'm wondering what it's like. Is there a lot of parks or places with nice grass? I love parks and gardens.
    Yes!
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    Not Wales, L'Evil Fish lives there

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    We'll sing you to death if you don't shut up :teehee:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Mae hen wlad fy nhadau...
    I have friends in Essex who know our national anthem
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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    Absolutely. We have national parks etc which are pretty huge. I love in in the Gower which is basically the countryside. You can go strawberry picking in the morning and then to the beach for the afternoon before a romantic stroll in the evening :coma:

    You've also got the brecon beacons which is basically a load of green hills Pen Y Fan is an amazing peak with green grass for miles and miles!
    Wow, that sounds just like a perfect place for me. :coma::coma: I have to go there one day. But when I looked at the national rail website, it would take me 5 hours!
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    Yes!
    Is the weather nicer than in England?
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    Wow, that sounds just like a perfect place for me. :coma::coma: I have to go there one day. But when I looked at the national rail website, it would take me 5 hours!
    You would have to make a weekend of it, I suppose.
    There's also Mt Snowdon in Snowdonia which is worth a climb!
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    You would have to make a weekend of it, I suppose.
    There's also Mt Snowdon in Snowdonia which is worth a climb!
    I know but I'm afraid that I might get lost or something. Going alone is not a good idea. If I had a car (and a driving license)...
    When it comes to mountain climbing, I've always been a bit lazy about it (legs hurting etc).
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    (Original post by furryface12)
    I have to get two trains then, london or manchester I can do direct
    Same I would have to get 2 as well

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