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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Df?
    Think he was surprised you don't know who they are


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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    :yes:

    Just take the time to think things through and you'll keep your pride rather than needlessly giving it away.
    Implying I don't -_- I do, just not in pointless stuff
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Is it some sort of drink?
    Now you're just trying to piss me off! Allow you
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    (Original post by UncreativeJ)
    Implying I don't -_- I do, just not in pointless stuff
    Then don't make bets in pointless stuff.
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    LMFAO!!!!!!!


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    (Original post by Bodgy)
    Oltremare and Divenire were nice (there's a whole playlist on youtube). In fact, I've already heard of Raindrop Prelude through my friend who does music gcse - is that where you discovered it too, maybe? It's brilliant.
    Hahaha yeah! During music GCsE i never listened to the pieces but now its less painful, so I do. Do you have any amazing pieces to recommend?


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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
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    Nialisa! Idk! What's happened to your sense of humour today?!


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    Ohh.. never heard of them before lol.. Strange
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Ohh.. never heard of them before lol.. Strange
    I hadn't until recently either, don't worry


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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    Then don't make bets in pointless stuff.
    It's not fun like that

    Couldn't find a better video, but hopefully this video will help you understand why making "bets in pointless stuff" is awesome!
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    Ohh.. never heard of them before lol.. Strange
    I see
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    (Original post by UncreativeJ)
    It's not fun like that

    Couldn't find a better video, but hopefully this video will help you understand why making "bets in pointless stuff" is awesome!
    It's not fun losing your money or your pride.

    Bet when the chance of you winning is good (e.g. if Barney's situation is in his favour). If they aren't, it's your funeral.
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    I hadn't until recently either, don't worry


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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    It's not fun losing your money or your pride.

    Bet when the chance of you winning is good (e.g. Barney's situation). If they aren't, it's your funeral.
    Barney doesn't win. He actually loses quite painfully
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    (Original post by UncreativeJ)
    Barney doesn't win. He actually loses quite painfully
    It's still not fun losing your money or your pride.
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    I hadn't until recently either, don't worry


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    Nialisa! Idk! What's happened to your sense of humour today?!


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    Ohh.. never heard of them before lol.. Strange

    Btw, I wasn't really annoyed. Was just joking around haa
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Hahaha yeah! During music GCSE i never listened to the pieces but now its less painful, so I do. Do you have any amazing pieces to recommend?
    I mentioned this channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/smalin) which is great in general and has loads of stuff. The Mozart playlist really helps me revise (particularly 'eine kleine nachtmusik').

    Specifically, Chopin's nocturne opus 27 no.2 is great as well as Beethoven's tempest sonata. In general, Gould and Lipatti are awesome pianists and just searching for pieces played by them on youtube brings up pretty interesting results.
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    It's still not fun losing your money or your pride.
    You don't really lose your pride. It's just a stupid, pointless challenge. It's the taking part that's fun.
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    (Original post by UncreativeJ)
    It's the taking part that's fun.
    But 6 hours maximum? :eek: It's almost masochistic.
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    (Original post by Bodgy)
    But 6 hours maximum a day? :eek: It's almost masochistic.
    Wait for it....
 
 
 
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