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(Original post by SlyPie)
hehe...

I like you both.
Not strictly a 'love' triangle though, is it?

Although God forbid that 'addict' take it upon himself to rectify that discrepancy.
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Aren't you going to study law addict?
No: addict will be 'reading' Law; and, not being one for the subtle, nuanced intricacies of modern communication [figures of speech, etc.], I fear that he may have underestimated the demands of the course.
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I heard you the first time. I'm not going to tell you where I live!
ok fair enough. would it be possible to give us a clue then i.e. south-east England, West Midlands etc.
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If I hadn't drank a bottle of Bollinger's Grand, I would be able to reply to your stupid questions cohently. But as I have, I'm going to sleep.
I will reply in the morning when I can walk...
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I'd say all Oxbridge students
Just out of curiosity, why do you think all Oxbridge students have neg repped you?
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If I hadn't drank a bottle of Bollinger's Grand, I would be able to reply to your stupid questions cohently. But as I have, I'm going to sleep.
I will reply in the morning when I can walk...
Strange: I could've sworn that you used the exact same excuse at least once before; or was that just me giving you the benefit of the doubt (again)? :rolleyes:
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If I hadn't drank a bottle of Bollinger's Grand, I would be able to reply to your stupid questions cohently. But as I have, I'm going to sleep.
I will reply in the morning when I can walk...

ok, i look forward to you reply tomorrow.
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Just out of curiosity, why do you think all Oxbridge students have neg repped you?
I was given to ask the same question; although it since seems to have become a self-fulfilling prophecy of sorts.
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Just out of curiosity, why do you think all Oxbridge students have neg repped you?
This is because of my previous signature, which was as follows:

Why are all Oxbridge students so arrogant? 25% are accepted (and I mean accepted, not excepted). So please stop secretly negatively repping me as that justifies my signature. (That was the toned down version too.)

I also got a few pms from Oxbridge students in the past regarding my signature, and I had spent a bit of time in the Oxbridge forum...

I got a new signature 2 days ago...quite amusing idioms I reckon.

And to Profesh (since I'm too lethargic to double post):

We don't use "reading" in America..we use studying eh. Of course, we use the term "studying" in the loosest context...

Wait, so is corporate law as rigorous and language-oriented as the law you are about to partake? You're beginning to frighten me!
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We don't use "reading" in America..we use studying eh. Of course, we use the term "studying" in the loosest context...
Of course; I am, if nothing else, acutely aware of the semantic differences between U.K. and U.S. vernacular. In any case, my comment merely intended a slight against 'addict' for being so pathetic: we use both; although the former is more formal.

Wait, so is corporate law as rigorous and language-oriented as the law you are about to partake? You're beginning to frighten me!
That would depend on what 'language-oriented' entails: a large vocabulary will no doubt conserve time in the long-run otherwise preoccupied with dictionaries; and precision (so as to avoid ambiguities and semantic loopholes) is doubtless imperative. Certainly Law is regarded as one of the most rigorous courses available to 'read' at any university: the course is as complicated as the subject matter; and I am given to assume that Law in the U.S. would yield a similar workload (being, likewise, academic in nature). 'Corporate law' sounds quite specialised: the equivalent in my course would probably denote a 'course option' or something to be undertaken during the LPC, as opposed to an entire syllabus in itself. That said, you're liable to get a kick up the arse for replicating my prose style in any assignment: I should think the sort of syntax employed in my personal statement to be more what they anticipate ['to whits' aside].
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Of course; I am, if nothing else, acutely aware of the semantic differences between U.K. and U.S. vernacular. In any case, my comment merely intended a slight against 'addict' for being so pathetic: we use both; although the former is more formal.



That would depend on what 'language-oriented' entails: a large vocabulary will no doubt conserve time in the long-run otherwise preoccupied with dictionaries; and precision (so as to avoid ambiguities and semantic loopholes) is doubtless imperative. Certainly Law is regarded as one of the most rigorous courses available to 'read' at any university: the course is as complicated as the subject matter; and I am given to assume that Law in the U.S. would yield a similar workload (being, likewise, academic in nature). 'Corporate law' sounds quite specialised: the equivalent in my course would probably denote a 'course option' or something to be undertaken during the LPC, as opposed to an entire syllabus in itself. That said, you're liable to get a kick up the arse for replicating my prose style in any assignment: I should think the sort of syntax employed in my personal statement to be more what they anticipate ['to whits' aside].

heh...I sure hope so. Because I honestly could not replicate your style if my life depended on it. I'm sure you'll excel in law...

I believe law in America is quite specific--you have to focus on tax, criminal, civil, family, social justice, etc....

I just hope that my linguistic skills improve throughout university and thus will be able to bewilder the nemesis until submission; that meaning "trick" him into signing a contract.
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Should you need to convince anybody, however obstinate, that two plus two equals five, just cite Radiohead: playing the celebrity card in a culture as zeitgeist-conscious as your own cannot possibly fail (assuming, that is, they know who Radiohead actually are). :rolleyes:
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You think neg repping somone for something they said on another forum is deserved? I don't think so. It's people like you that undermine the reputation system [ie because you didn't use it appropriately].
Nah, you were doing my head in with all the stupid questions and one of your threads too.
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OMFG get over it!!!
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Step away from the thesaurus.

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If I hadn't drank a bottle of Bollinger's Grand, I would be able to reply to your stupid questions cohently. But as I have, I'm going to sleep.
I will reply in the morning when I can walk...

are you gonna tell us now?
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I Must say some of the assumptions on this thread are facinating.

Mainly the one that you need to have studied music for 12 years to be allowed to have an opnion on it.
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Why are you b*tching on HeartheThunder now? Honestly, what has he done to you?
FFS..is YOUR opinion supreme baby? You seem to think so. Stop being hypocritical please. thanks

Leave Hear alone alright...god..wtf is your problem. If you have an issue with me, neg rep me (oh you already did) but stop b*tching on other people.

Seriously..wtf is your problem. It's like people can't make random comments anymore or at least disagree with you.

God, at least Hear can actually have a better tolerance of people than some idiot who can't even handle a joke or "but rap is crap" statement...seriously, do you even joke around in real life? Or are you this big of a tosspot?
hahaha

Someone neg repped me for the above..

with "that wasn't very Polite"

A capital P to stress my imperfection...hahahahaha

Read the whole thread and see if Babyshambles was being "Polite". Thanks, COWARD.
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I Must say some of the assumptions on this thread are facinating.

Mainly the one that you need to have studied music for 12 years to be allowed to have an opnion on it.
Um, you mean fascinating?

Please stop stalking me as I know you were referring to me. Honestly, what was started in abortion, stays in abortion. Thanks. No need to stalk me.

And yes, studying music for long periods of time does give someone a more warranted opinion than say someone with no musical experience whatsoever.

Was that Polite enough?
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yawn you really are boring
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