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    Can't sleep so I've decided to watch 'Mean Girls'!
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    (Original post by Undulipodia)
    Hah! You summarily crushed him, though?
    He was vanquished.

    Also, this one time, his satsumas rolled across the floor of the lab.

    ...

    Not a euphemism.

    (...probably.)
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    :yawn: Ugh, 4 measly hours of sleep. Bad time to find out that your PBL group want sort out the poster after out 9 am lecture. :rant:

    (Original post by Jace Falco)
    You didn't start on Red/Blue? How young are you?
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    I think I bought Pokemon Blue a few weeks after crystal. I recall that at the time it was £5 at Littlewoods. :awesome:

    Yeah, I really wanted to play as a girl. :ninjagirl:
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    (Original post by rissa14)
    I never knew people could be so passionate about pipettes
    It used to be 50% of my last job to repair, calibrate, validate and maintain everyone's pipettes, so I used to get quite annoyed when I saw people doing silly things with them.

    Beyond that though, you wouldn't believe how personal and precious people get about their pipettes in the lab
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    (Original post by Undulipodia)
    Looks like my Ox-visit is going ahead after all, recommend anywhere to visit? :grin:
    The Covered Market!

    Also, you can't got to Oxford and not go to G&Ds, regardless of the weather.
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    Can someone explain what G&Ds is?
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    (Original post by cpdavis)
    Can someone explain what G&Ds is?
    Lrn2google :pierre:
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    (Original post by cpdavis)
    Can someone explain what G&Ds is?
    G&D's - George and Danver's. Nicest ice cream cafés. There are three of them in Oxford.

    This is the one on St Aldates - behind it you can see a church, and beyond that is Pembroke. Opposite is Christ Church. Note the polar bear cub being taken out for a walk in front of the café.
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    (Original post by ATMarsden)
    I have a confession to make

    I am a 90s kid who never played pokemon...
    (Original post by Crisps)
    Snap.
    (Original post by dbmag9)
    And me. I was never into any gaming at all really. :dontknow:
    (Original post by twinlensreflex)
    :five: I owned one Pokemon card in primary school and that was it


    (Original post by fretter778)
    Yay for Pokémon! I started watching the entire series from episode 1 the other day in an effort to continue general procrastination. It's working surprisingly well

    :pika:
    (Original post by Undulipodia)

    So much pokémon :awesome: Oh, my childhood. :parrot:
    (Original post by Jace Falco)
    I'm disappointed by you people. Pokemon was an important part of the 90s!
    My faith in the thread has been restored :daydreaming:

    Tom's went out to the shop to buy bacon and eggs. We is having eggs benedict. I don't really know what they are, but if they look strange I've decided I might try and scramble them post-benedict when he isn't looking.
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    Sort of to do with the covo - sort of not.

    I went to this absolutely lovely ice cream place in Cambridge opposite one of the colleges. They had cucumber sorbet! I've never had such a beautiful flavour in my life! And I've never seen it anywhere since Even there...
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    (Original post by Liam_G)

    So Cute! I miss Pikachu...
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    I found a gorgeous ice cream place in York when I was there last week. Can't remember the name, but for those of you that know York, it's opposite Clifford's Tower. Bloody lovely, it was.
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    There's a really good vegan cafe that we stumbled across in New York, The Atlas Cafe...they sold vegan donuts!
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    I've found my watch after having lost it over half a year ago. Huzzah!

    (Original post by Liam_G)
    Tom's went out to the shop to buy bacon and eggs. We is having eggs benedict. I don't really know what they are, but if they look strange I've decided I might try and scramble them post-benedict when he isn't looking.
    Nononono! Eggs benedict are wonderful! It's a muffin cut in two with bacon, two poached eggs and hollandaise sauce.
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    I really want eggs benedict now.
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    I want an eggs benedict now too, and I don't even like eggs.
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    Afternoon gays

    Today has been a good day so far, found 60 quid this morning that I had stashed away (from Christmas) that I had forgitten about, happy days

    Also going out for a meal with the fam tonight, should be fun!
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    'Morning', gays. How are we all today?

    (Original post by thurin)
    Note the polar bear cub being taken out for a walk in front of the café.[/i]
    PRSOM. :awesome:

    (Original post by Liam_G)
    Tom's went out to the shop to buy bacon and eggs. We is having eggs benedict. I don't really know what they are, but if they look strange I've decided I might try and scramble them post-benedict when he isn't looking.
    That would not work, but is also not a thing you want to do. Tasty food is being made for you, be grateful! :hmmm:

    (Original post by Crisps)
    I really want eggs benedict now.
    (Original post by thurin)
    I want an eggs benedict now too.
    Me toooo.

    (Original post by Jace Falco)
    Nononono! Eggs benedict are wonderful! It's a muffin cut in two with bacon, two poached eggs and hollandaise sauce.
    Best served late, of course, in an insanely hipstery café. :yep:
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    Also: this is an EU (and Croatia)-wide survey that from the EU Comission, which doesn't take too long to fill in and I'm sure is helpful to someone.
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    (Original post by dbmag9)
    Also: this is an EU (and Croatia)-wide survey that from the EU Comission, which doesn't take too long to fill in and I'm sure is helpful to someone.
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    I'm off to buy ingredients for homemade chilli and caaaaake :teeth:
 
 
 
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