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    hyperventilating like crazy. night times break me. im so done with this ****
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    (Original post by senz72)
    Ugh. Didn't know we had to apply for council tax exemption.
    Lost quite a lot of money know.
    That happened to me and my flatmate, we didn't have to pay. Just ring them up and explain the situation, they'll send you a form to fill in with your details to prove you're students, then just send it back to them :hugs:

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    :facepalm: She wanted to know how my hockey game went. Why that needed to be asap I really don't know.

    Thanks for the support though guys, was so worried but really glad it turned out to be nothing.
    Glad everything was fine hun :hugs:


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    Survived Oxford. Although I started freaking out when I "saw" E at Paddington Station. It wasn't actually E but I couldn't see her face for ages coz I was in the ticket queue and at the wrong angle. Such a noobface :emo:

    Other than that, it was OK :king1:

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    Does anybody find that they are triggered by really insignificant things? A song that was always on the radio while I was an inpatient just came on shuffle and it's really thrown me.
    :hugs: I get upset by little things all the time. Association stuff runs deep I guess :sadnod:

    (Original post by furryface12)
    So, I walked into town and got the bus to a strange place and got off in the right place and went and found a building I've only been to once to play an instrument I've never properly played and even did an improvised solo when I was asked and then I didn't panic when the person giving me a lift back forgot and walked across town to find a bus station and didn't freak out (much!) when it said the next bus was at 22:55 instead of 20:55 and I asked another driver if it was coming, he said it was so I waited and it did and I got it back and then walked home :woo:

    Wow that was long! But given that I'm terrified of new people and places and public transport actually pretty proud :yep: And for anyone who wants to know, carrying a tenor saxophone for 4+ miles in one evening is not to be recommended :lol:


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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    :facepalm: She wanted to know how my hockey game went. Why that needed to be asap I really don't know.

    Thanks for the support though guys, was so worried but really glad it turned out to be nothing.
    Glad everything was OK in the end :hugs:

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    hyperventilating like crazy. night times break me. im so done with this ****
    Am on Facebook if you need helping grounding
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    I need to seriously rethink my plans for studying this week there's no way my brain is gonna be be able to cope


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    Survived Oxford. Although I started freaking out when I "saw" E at Paddington Station. It wasn't actually E but I couldn't see her face for ages coz I was in the ticket queue and at the wrong angle. Such a noobface :emo:

    Other than that, it was OK :king1:



    :hugs: I get upset by little things all the time. Association stuff runs deep I guess :sadnod:



    Oooh it let me rep this :ahee:



    Glad everything was OK in the end :hugs:



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    :hugs: I feel so mental gonna try and walk or something
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    I dont even know where my shoes are :facepalm:
    I just want to give up


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    I need to seriously rethink my plans for studying this week there's no way my brain is gonna be be able to cope


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    :hugs: I feel so mental gonna try and walk or something
    OK just please don't go too far or anywhere busy or dangerous
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    That sounds utterly utterly **** on their part. I really hope they get their act together soon and sort out some support for you, you really need and deserve it.



    We won't let you give up!
    Trying so hard, knitting atm. Think im gonna spend the next 2 weeks knitting as i need to get it done anyway.
    No idea what or how to tell my dr


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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    :facepalm: She wanted to know how my hockey game went. Why that needed to be asap I really don't know.

    Thanks for the support though guys, was so worried but really glad it turned out to be nothing.
    Bloomin mothers eyy! :facepalm:
    Glad everythings ok though!


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    OK just please don't go too far or anywhere busy or dangerous
    I wont be walking far cause I literally feel like I cant breathe right now will be ok, thank you
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    Survived Oxford. Although I started freaking out when I "saw" E at Paddington Station. It wasn't actually E but I couldn't see her face for ages coz I was in the ticket queue and at the wrong angle. Such a noobface :emo:

    Other than that, it was OK :king1:



    :hugs: I get upset by little things all the time. Association stuff runs deep I guess :sadnod:



    Oooh it let me rep this :ahee:



    Glad everything was OK in the end :hugs:



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    Why thank you, although I can't actually see it here! Stupid app How are you?


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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    I wont be walking far cause I literally feel like I cant breathe right now will be ok, thank you
    OK well I'll keep my phone on loud - any problems, drop call :hugs:

    (Original post by furryface12)
    Why thank you, although I can't actually see it here! Stupid app How are you?


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    When you eventually see 9 rep points, that's from me

    Am OK thanks
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    OK well I'll keep my phone on loud - any problems, drop call :hugs:



    When you eventually see 9 rep points, that's from me

    Am OK thanks
    :eek: 9?! Wow, thank you And good


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    :eek: 9?! Wow, thank you And good


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    I've been stuck on 9 for ages. I dream of the day when I will have 10 shiny gems :moon:

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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    I've been stuck on 9 for ages. I dream of the day when I will have 10 shiny gems :moon:

    I think I'm on about four so you're well ahead of me Is the tenth one a special colour?


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    I think I'm on about four so you're well ahead of me Is the tenth one a special colour?


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    I think it used to be yellow. Or maybe it was the purple shiny one. I forget. Then they changed the whole bloody system and I had to start from scratch again

    #TLGProblems
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    I think it used to be yellow. Or maybe it was the purple shiny one. I forget. Then they changed the whole bloody system and I had to start from scratch again

    #TLGProblems
    That's what you get for being old But on a more serious (well, not really serious) note, that sounds cool! :eek: Come to think of it, anything shiny is cool... :moon:


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    That's what you get for being old But on a more serious (well, not really serious) note, that sounds cool! :eek: Come to think of it, anything shiny is cool... :moon:


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    Youth of today! :hmmm: No respect for their elders! :shakecane:



    I do like shiny things :teeth:
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