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    (Original post by Multitalented me)
    I wish I was multitalented (well in things useful in life anyways) :moon:

    What are you particularly good at? what is your passion if you have one .
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    Annoyed!!!! When I know there is a lot to be done, and a lot that is coming, physically, academically(ding ding), emotionally. When its over is when I will be happy
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    (Original post by Manitude)
    Pleased as I just finished a presentation I'm going to perform for an interview on Friday.
    Also slightly hungry as I can smell the lasagne cooking in the next room.
    Also I think I'm coming down with a cold but the paracetamol feels like it's just kicking in right now.
    Great stuff , goodluck for tomorrow .

    Yum yum lasagne dribble dribble.

    Hopefully you will overcome it soon no red nose for too long . Paracetomol is rubbish, I am immune to it I swear lol. I hope you are drinking plenty of fluids as well though .
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    (Original post by lou 22)
    Why? its the half way mark so at least the weekend is getting closer .
    Thats how I think, but it kinda feels that im opting for the weekend to come again after its just finished. BAAsically the whole week is me waiting for the weekend
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    (Original post by Bee3011)
    Really good because I have been booked on to an assessment centre after my successful interview yesterday
    Yahhhhhhhh :dance:

    goodluck .
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    (Original post by zhang-liao)
    I feel so pissed off right now because I can't find the past paper questions I printed out at sixth form for revision and I really wanted to use them for revision today :mad:
    Have did you find them? Or have your papers ran away with my bottle of perfume?
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    (Original post by VETwannabe)
    Well, i currently have a bit of heartburn from the granny smith apple i just ate (why must you torture me so, oh sweet sweet apple?)
    I'm a little stressed because i should be working on my dissertation, but unfortunately i'm queen of the procrastinators.
    i'm worried because i feel all burnt out in my final year of uni, but i can't afford any slip ups now.
    i'm feeling nostalgic seeing people discuss psychology A level (that was my absolute favourite subject) so that's cheered me up a bit.

    Oh btw, hugs to all you ill people out there. I hope you feel better soon! :console:
    And more hugs to all you guys nearing the end of your A levels. Trust me, uni is way more fun (you still have to work hard though) :hugs:

    You will be okay, you just need to knuckle down and fly through it , you can do it.


    Awww the ending of your post was well adorable +1.
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    (Original post by BCMFM16)
    Tired, frustrated and stressed...

    I need this...

    Why you stressed?

    BTW get three big macs and three drinks, two for me one for you , the big mac was my burger of choice in my teens oh the good old days .
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    (Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
    What bowls?
    I think it is the indoor championships,, it is for old people mainly but that should of increased the cities tourism slightly .
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    (Original post by xtenshiai)
    I have a big headache and I feel so tired and I want to sleep

    but I have some work due in tomorrow. I'm only half way through it
    Did you get it done? I hope so!!

    Has your headache gone? 4head works wonders for me when my head hurts .
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    (Original post by esjae)
    Feeling drained, both emotionally and physically.

    I need a weekend away asap. Just me, myself, a **** tonne of coffee and a stack of good books.
    Whats up? Whats causing you to feel so drained?


    I need the same , I think I will hopefully have 3 or 4 weekends away this year, two by myself, one with my mom to a spa may take her there mothers day and then one spa day/weekend with my bestie .
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    (Original post by SP0TIFY)
    I'm normally quite lacking in emotion, and any emotion is usually quite stern. However, right now I'm really annoyed with myself because a really close friend of mine is upset and I don't know why :////
    I had that same thing this week glad my sweetie pops told me what was up but really feel for him, back on topic, I hope your friend opens up and tells you what is up. All I will suggest is that you let your friend know you are there for them when they need you, other than that there isn’t much you can do .
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    (Original post by Skratch My Itch)
    Cherry is my favourite and they have recently been introduced into the UK's flavours, which are sold in most supermarkets. And yeah, rollercoasters are horrid. In fact, "I don't like feeling like I'm going to die", is basically word for word what I say to people haha. I don't enjoy fear. I enjoy feeling safe And I just really hate the hostile nature that drunk people often have. Not a big fan of confrontation myself.

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    What isle would it be on? Like the biscuits and cakes? to tesco I go .


    the words of smart people . Same, fear is a trully horrible feeling. Same as me safe is comfort to me.

    Drunk people really do make themselves look so stupid, it is amazing to see the change in some people. Yes you are right though. Same, I shy away from it, but push come to shuv I will do what i need to do if certain situations arise.
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    (Original post by Angelo12231)
    Annoyed!!!! When I know there is a lot to be done, and a lot that is coming, physically, academically(ding ding), emotionally. When its over is when I will be happy

    I know tbem feels, it sucks but it will all be a distant memory soon so that is something to look forward too .
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    (Original post by lou 22)
    What isle would it be on? Like the biscuits and cakes? to tesco I go .


    the words of smart people . Same, fear is a trully horrible feeling. Same as me safe is comfort to me.

    Drunk people really do make themselves look so stupid, it is amazing to see the change in some people. Yes you are right though. Same, I shy away from it, but push come to shuv I will do what i need to do if certain situations arise.
    In Tesco, at least my local Tesco in Oxford, they are near the breakfast cereals + Yeah haha. Adrenaline is the weirdest buzz. I cannot get my head around why people like feeling so helpless. I'd rather just sit in my room. + The way people change is pretty appalling sometimes. I think the fact that so many need alcohol to enjoy themselves so regularly is actually depressing. Whilst people have the right to do so, I wish it wasn't so prevalent in our culture, especially at university And fair enough I guess

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    (Original post by Angelo12231)
    Thats how I think, but it kinda feels that im opting for the weekend to come again after its just finished. BAAsically the whole week is me waiting for the weekend
    That is exactly it .
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    (Original post by Skratch My Itch)
    In Tesco, at least my local Tesco in Oxford, they are near the breakfast cereals + Yeah haha. Adrenaline is the weirdest buzz. I cannot get my head around why people like feeling so helpless. I'd rather just sit in my room. + The way people change is pretty appalling sometimes. I think the fact that so many need alcohol to enjoy themselves so regularly is actually depressing. Whilst people have the right to do so, I wish it wasn't so prevalent in our culture, especially at university And fair enough I guess

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    Thank you, I will have a look tomorrow .

    Adernaline is a horrible feeling for me, It has never been a good feeling for me lol. Same, I would actually prefer to sit and watch paint dry than go to another themepark .

    I agree, alcohol can turn the nicest of people into a horrible unapproachable demonxD. I genuinely think some people think it is a right of passage and must be done poor twits . It really is depressing come to think of it.
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    quite sad
    What is wrong?
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    (Original post by lou 22)
    +1

    Thank you, I will have a look tomorrow .

    Adernaline is a horrible feeling for me, It has never been a good feeling for me lol. Same, I would actually prefer to sit and watch paint dry than go to another themepark .

    I agree, alcohol can turn the nicest of people into a horrible unapproachable demonxD. I genuinely think some people think it is a right of passage and must be done poor twits . It really is depressing come to think of it.
    Going for meals >>> Doing "fun" things + It is rather frustrating that I found it difficult to find people with the same outlook as yourself in real life. I haven't met a single person at university who doesn't drink. Not one. I know others who don't, but not at uni. It just shows how alcohol is important to people ha.

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