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    I don't really like feet, but I love tickling them :o:

    I don't get candle wax either. Why anyone would want to pour scalding hot liquid over their other half (or have it done to them is beyond me...)

    However, do not underestimate the power of the ice cube...
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    (Original post by Crisps)
    I don't really like feet, but I love tickling them :o:

    I don't get candle wax either. Why anyone would want to pour scalding hot liquid over their other half (or have it done to them is beyond me...)

    However, do not underestimate the power of the ice cube...
    I imagine it's similar to spanking or scratching etc. Hot wax doesn't really hurt, only stings lightly. Although I wouldn't recommend it if you're hairy
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    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    I imagine it's similar to spanking or scratching etc. Hot wax doesn't really hurt, only stings lightly. Although I wouldn't recommend it if you're hairy
    I am fairly hairy, so I imagine the cooled wax will be difficult to remove...

    I have seen videos though where you can definitely tell that the wax hurts, judging by the reactions from the bottom! (and I mean amateur vids, not staged pornos where half the time the reactions are just being acted...

    Would take a spanking over getting waxed anyday though (even if its just to have someones hands around my bum afterwards :p:)

    God I sound pathetic :o:
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    (Original post by gangstermidget)
    Bare feet lack style for me though. I judge men's style upon the socks they wear. Most of the time :P
    I can't afford nice socks. I'm a poor boy

    :emo:

    whats up anyways? :tea:
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    (Original post by KiraMayz)
    I can't afford nice socks. I'm a poor boy

    :emo:

    whats up anyways? :tea:
    Ahh I like you beyond the socks you wear :hugs: :p:

    I have just invented a way of expressing logarithmic functions in polynomial forms when working through STEP questions, probably wrong as many mathematicians on the thread would point out, but I'm just gonna pretend that the given solutions wrong :p:

    I shall join you with the tea :tea:
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    (Original post by gangstermidget)
    Ahh I like you beyond the socks you wear :hugs: :p:

    I have just invented a way of expressing logarithmic functions in polynomial forms when working through STEP questions, probably wrong as many mathematicians on the thread would point out, but I'm just gonna pretend that the given solutions wrong :p:

    I shall join you with the tea :tea:
    make it coffee will you :p:

    did you use the McLaurin/Taylor series expansion in your manipulation, or something completely different. :confused:
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    But tea's so much nicer! Japanese green tea :coma:
    nah it's a process of integration involving substitutions, 1/u would integrate to ln(u) but somehow by substituting u with a polynomial (as required by the question) I ended up with another polynomial 0.o
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    Coffee :puke:
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    How times flies :tea:
    another 3 sets done, though, I pretty much see myself failing and reapplying next year. How's my pessimitism ey? :p:
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    Haha. Typical woman. Give me an inch, I want a mile.

    Sex is great but an actual girlfriend would be perfect right now.






    Also. Ex is giving my shyte. Wish she would just die.
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    (Original post by gangstermidget)
    How times flies :tea:
    another 3 sets done, though, I pretty much see myself failing and reapplying next year. How's my pessimitism ey? :p:
    have you finished all your exams? Only STEP papers left?
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    Driving lesson at 4. Hangover now. Boooo.
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    (Original post by SuperSam_Fantastiche)
    Driving lesson at 4. Hangover now. Boooo.
    You've got like 6 and a half hours to recover? :p:
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    (Original post by Lucy :))
    You've got like 6 and a half hours to recover? :p:
    Indeed just been sick, hopefully I'll be good in an hour or so...
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    Hey gays, sorry for neglecting this thread, my internet's been acting up. How are you all?

    I went and saw Wicked last night with family, it was very good. Now I have to do lots and lots and lots of STEP stuff, which I've hardly touched yet. Yesterday I managed to work through the entire second half of a question with all the equations squared, and I'm still not sure how. At least if (when) I do badly I don't have to ever mention I did the papers, I suppose.

    So yeah, hello again.
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    (Original post by dbmag9)
    Hey gays, sorry for neglecting this thread, my internet's been acting up. How are you all?

    I went and saw Wicked last night with family, it was very good. Now I have to do lots and lots and lots of STEP stuff, which I've hardly touched yet. Yesterday I managed to work through the entire second half of a question with all the equations squared, and I'm still not sure how. At least if (when) I do badly I don't have to ever mention I did the papers, I suppose.

    So yeah, hello again.
    Why are you doing STEP questions? I thought you had St Andrews as a firm, and they don't require STEP?

    Also, I slept until noon and it felt lovely.
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    (Original post by Rainfaery)
    Why are you doing STEP questions? I thought you had St Andrews as a firm, and they don't require STEP?

    Also, I slept until noon and it felt lovely.
    My maths teacher convinced me to do them, since I might reapply to Oxford, and doing well would help that. He wants me to consider Cambridge straight (nohetero) maths, but I still think I'd prefer the joint course.
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    Read this.
    Now everybody neg him. It's perhaps a new level of stupidity. Yes, even for TSR.
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    (Original post by Laertes)
    Read this.
    Now everybody neg him. It's perhaps a new level of stupidity. Yes, even for TSR.
    wow that is a whole new level of stupidity :gasp:


    anybody hear about the gay female police officer hanged supposedly over homophobic threats etc.?
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    (Original post by KiraMayz)
    have you finished all your exams? Only STEP papers left?
    Apart from STEP papers I still have FP1,2,3 plus an economics exam, though STEP papers are the only ones I am nervous over. Ahh
 
 
 
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