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kinkajou
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(Original post by -x-Squiffy -x-)
and it has comfier sofas =p
and a dishwasher!
yaaaay

darielle will have a dishwasher! it's called Chris!
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(Original post by -x-Squiffy -x-)
and it has comfier sofas =p
and a dishwasher!
yaaaay
There's a dishwasher?!
WOW!
That's like the best news ever!

Except, more IMPORTANT NEWS!!!
Simon found yesterday that he's been chosen as captain of the hockey sixes for next year.
:party:
So yay for him
:king1: :congrats:
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On that note chris, Me n Ria are going to stick all our cutlery into a little tray and keep it on the side somewhere instead of keeping ours all separate and fiddling around. And probably the plates and stuff too. And bulk buying milk/bread etc etc if you want too toooooo. Oh and Ria LIKES washing things I said I'd dry and put away because I don't mind that. Oh and I can cook (sometimes). Wez going to make meals together. HOW EXCITING :eek:
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I don't know what that means but Yaaaaay for Simon!!!

And we do Karen, no more scummy dishes =p
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Dishes are not scummy. People are scummy :p:

Mmmmm pasta bake. I've never had a dishwasher in my life, i'd probably break it :eek: I've only ever used the commercial ones in restaurant which like, you don't have to put anything in (it's all hooked up to bottles and stuff) and it does them in 3 minutes.

Although - don't every put washing up liquid into a commercial dishwasher. You get a foam explosion.
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I just wash up whilst I cook! It's not much effort really!

yah yah well anyone is welcome to use any of my stuff so long as it is washed and returned!
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Same same same. My plates are all colourifull. and pretty.

I do my washing up every other day or so, so it's a little scummy. But not too much. I'm too scared I'll burn myself to wash up straight away :eek: And I normally HAVE to watch something like hollyoaks or friends..mm..
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Simon likes colourful plates! :p:

Karen and Laura I am coming round to yuor house to use alllllllll the space in the dishwasher for my manky cooking parafanalia
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My plates are white and round.
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i have square plates and bowls! i love mine. you're all welcome to come to nottingham to use them :p:
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Can we get some square plates? Or triangle ones? THEY LOOK SO COOL! :cool:
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i got my plates really cheaply in m&s! they do their 3 for 2 offers etcc in summer before uni. loves it :p:

the only thing with square plates is that they make it so easy for stuff to slide off :p: so i have to be extra careful!
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I have an orange and a yellow plastic plate

Im not trusted with crockery yet :p:
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I like this article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6618749.stm
It says this about blushing:
Instead of feeling awkward about being easily embarrassed, Professor Crozier says it's a sign of greater emotional intelligence.
A prerequisite for embarrassment is to be able to feel how others feel - you have to be empathetic, intelligent to the social situation," he says.

So I must just have really good emotional intellignece :p:
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i never blush
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I like this article: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6618749.stm
It says this about blushing:
Instead of feeling awkward about being easily embarrassed, Professor Crozier says it's a sign of greater emotional intelligence.
A prerequisite for embarrassment is to be able to feel how others feel - you have to be empathetic, intelligent to the social situation," he says.

So I must just have really good emotional intellignece
Just not actual intelligence then :p:
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(Original post by .jen.)
i never blush
Yes you do
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:hmmm:

Imma gonna pour your beer down the sink now.
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:bawling:

Ill pour it on your ball gown tomorrow if you do :p:

Yay a ball, karen will look all purty in her dress :date:


:fight: :boxing:

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when do i blush chris?


i want a ball and to get dressed up all nicely thanks a lot christopher! :p:
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