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    (Original post by PandaWho)
    Have you found a wild wolf or just a wild rob??


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    Missing a wild wolfie

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    (Original post by bullettheory)
    I FINALLY PASSED OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH!! I can go back to uni! Eeekkkkkk



    I've been good thanks. My job is pretty interesting and I've got to do cool things like shadow a mental health act assessment and go to court to get a warrant.

    Ooooo sounds interesting. Happy belated birthday! Dbs checks are the worst! Mine always take ages to come back (thanks to me being unwell...). What's your volunteering doing? Are you still looking at joining the world of occupational therapy?

    Yeah we are both doing a lot better now. And holly the cat says hi!
    WOO

    That does sound pretty cool. :yy:

    Thanks! Yeah, my DBS has taken going on 2 months... :grumble: It's going to be working in a rehab centre for people not quite ready to come out of hospital, and I'll be helping with craft groups and stuff. And yep, been going to open days and stuff, still feeling committed to the idea and stuff.

    Aww, pet the kitty for me! :emog:

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    Have found a wild Rob!

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    Glomph him for me! :jumphug:
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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    My mum is taking me and saturday is the only day she could do as she works away on the rest of the week and the sunday we go to Church.

    I've not written a list I'm not entirely sure what I need because university doesn't provide anything at all for the kitchen or bathroom apart from the obvious stuff but no pots or pans or anything like that
    Oh right.

    Well kitchen:
    Pans, plates, bowls, cutlery, knifes, utensils, cheese grater, chopping board, potato peeler, jug, washing up liquid, tea towels, tuppawear boxes
    Possibly kettle, toaster, toastie maker

    Bathroom: towels, toiletries, soap, loo roll, possibly a towel to go on the floor...


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    (Original post by ParadoxSocks)
    Missing a wild wolfie

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    Oh no! Wheres wild wolf hiding :eek:


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    Work have sent me my start date but not a time. I hope they ring me tomorrow or something.
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    Made a curry for tea and got excited, but cant eat it cos theres like a metalic taste in my mouth
    Trying so hard not to google the symptoms im getting :sad:


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    (Original post by hellokittymad)
    My mum is taking me and saturday is the only day she could do as she works away on the rest of the week and the sunday we go to Church.

    I've not written a list I'm not entirely sure what I need because university doesn't provide anything at all for the kitchen or bathroom apart from the obvious stuff but no pots or pans or anything like that
    To add to PandaWho's list I would recommend:

    1 frying pan
    1 small saucepan preferably with lid
    1 large saucepan with lid
    2 plates
    2 bowls
    4 forks (these tend to go walkies)
    2 dinner knives
    4 table spoons (ditto)
    4 tea spoons
    large knife
    medium knife
    paring knife
    2 wooden spoons
    sponges for washing up
    those green pads for removing tough debris when washing up
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    its friday night!

    and I'm in bed cuddling a teddy bear.

    fml :bawling:
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    (Original post by Rosasaurr)
    its friday night!

    and I'm in bed cuddling a teddy bear.

    fml :bawling:
    Im dressed as a pandabear, were just that cool you see


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    (Original post by PandaWho)
    Im dressed as a pandabear, were just that cool you see


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    aha that is pretty awesome though ^.^
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    Can I apply for ridiculous ambitious jobs? :afraid:
    I'm feeling anxious. I want a well paying job so I can get away from this place.
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    (Original post by Rosasaurr)
    aha that is pretty awesome though ^.^
    I am the epitome of cool

    And anyone that owns a teddy is super awesome :yep:


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    Finally got round to looking at the email I got (months ago ) from the RHUL disability office. They have a UniStart programme where people who are eligible can have tours and talks at the campus, etc. a week before Welcome Week. SO relieved! I am ****ting myself about starting in a new place. Just hope postgraduates are allowed to join in! I've emailed them to ask

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    its friday night!

    and I'm in bed cuddling a teddy bear.

    fml :bawling:
    Teddy bears are AWESOME! No hating on the teddy bear :hmmm:

    :hugs:
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    WOO

    That does sound pretty cool. :yy:

    Thanks! Yeah, my DBS has taken going on 2 months... :grumble: It's going to be working in a rehab centre for people not quite ready to come out of hospital, and I'll be helping with craft groups and stuff. And yep, been going to open days and stuff, still feeling committed to the idea and stuff.

    Aww, pet the kitty for me! :emog:



    Glomph him for me! :jumphug:
    I'll have to come and visit you soon. I'll get my life sorted and then send you a list of weekends I'm free

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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    Teddy bears are AWESOME! No hating on the teddy bear :hmmm:

    :hugs:
    aha I'm not hating on Bear (yes I was that child :3 I called my teddy bear... Bear... how original) I just wish it was a bit more human? :P
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    (Original post by Rosasaurr)
    aha I'm not hating on Bear (yes I was that child :3 I called my teddy bear... Bear... how original) I just wish it was a bit more human? :P
    What is "being human"? What is "normal"? Both overrated labels, methinks.

    I had a huge teddy bear from Ikea when I was younger. I called it

    *drumroll*

    Ted :lol:

    See, we're just as cool and choosy with teddy names as each other :five:
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    What is "being human"? What is "normal"? Both overrated labels, methinks.

    I had a huge teddy bear from Ikea when I was younger. I called it

    *drumroll*

    Ted :lol:

    See, we're just as cool and choosy with teddy names as each other :five:
    fair point :')

    oh yay I'm not alone with the incredibly unique and insightful teddy names ^.^ :dance:
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    (Original post by Rosasaurr)
    fair point :')

    oh yay I'm not alone with the incredibly unique and insightful teddy names ^.^ :dance:
    If it weren't about to turn autumn, I would def suggest a teddy bears' picnic :ahee: :yep: :cool:
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    What is "being human"? What is "normal"? Both overrated labels, methinks.

    I had a huge teddy bear from Ikea when I was younger. I called it

    *drumroll*

    Ted :lol:

    See, we're just as cool and choosy with teddy names as each other :five:
    I have a panda called....
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    yep
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    thats right
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    PANDA



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