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Danithestudent
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your New Years Resolutions half a month in?

I haven't bitten a single nail yet and I had a dream last night I scratched myself to pieces but that should go away soon

I have managed to save -£50 because I haven't worked since flamin'
22nd of December and can't save if I'm not working

I've only offended every OTHER person I've met

So all in all not too bad
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your New Years Resolutions half a month in?

I haven't bitten a single nail yet and I had a dream last night I scratched myself to pieces but that should go away soon
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(Original post by Danithestudent)
your New Years Resolutions half a month in?

I haven't bitten a single nail yet and I had a dream last night I scratched myself to pieces but that should go away soon

I have managed to save -£50 because I haven't worked since flamin'
22nd of December and can't save if I'm not working

I've only offended every OTHER person I've met

So all in all not too bad
I'm afraid i have not made a new-years resolution, i never tend to either... if something needs to be changed about me then i dont think i should wait until new years eve. I feel that i know what i want and if i should change then i should do so as soon as i realise that i should
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it's just when the clock struck twelve I found myself chewing my nails when i should've been kissing someone...you know like having 4 cats or something
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(Original post by Danithestudent)
your New Years Resolutions half a month in?

I haven't bitten a single nail yet and I had a dream last night I scratched myself to pieces but that should go away soon

I have managed to save -£50 because I haven't worked since flamin'
22nd of December and can't save if I'm not working

I've only offended every OTHER person I've met

So all in all not too bad
Well my resolution to quit smoking whilst in work lasted....one day...lol

The rest are a little too personal to be made public knowledge lol
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I'm afraid i have not made a new-years resolution, i never tend to either... if something needs to be changed about me then i dont think i should wait until new years eve. I feel that i know what i want and if i should change then i should do so as soon as i realise that i should
Some people only start to realise things around new year when they are reviewing the past year.

My new years resolution was to have a better time management (actually to have a time management ). Sofar it has been going quite well.
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Mine was to work harder, and it's working. My other one was to stop biting my nails and that failed miserably.
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Mine is to enjoy myself and play more football. It's going well. I now play football twice weekly instead of twice monthly! It's helping me lose weight too.
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Mine is to enjoy myself and play more football. It's going well. I now play football twice weekly instead of twice monthly! It's helping me lose weight too.
*conjures up image of ZJuwelH huffing away in the cold January air, stretching to reach that cross........ *thump* DOH! I KNEW i shouldn't have eaten that extra minced pie!*
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mine is hanging b/w a mountain and a cliff at the moment !!!

Hope it turns out pretty well for the whole of the year !!!
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*conjures up image of ZJuwelH huffing away in the cold January air, stretching to reach that cross........ *thump* DOH! I KNEW i shouldn't have eaten that extra minced pie!*
Hmmph. More often than not it's me making the cross or killer Beckham-esque pass. All I score are simple tap-ins, solo runs and long-rangers.
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*conjures up image of ZJuwelH huffing away in the cold January air, stretching to reach that cross........ *thump* DOH! I KNEW i shouldn't have eaten that extra minced pie!*
Why do you mince your pies?? :confused:
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Why do you mince your pies?? :confused:
ooops typo
Hmmph. More often than not it's me making the cross or killer Beckham-esque pass. All I score are simple tap-ins, solo runs and long-rangers.
better than me ur a winger then?
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Mine is to enjoy myself and play more football. It's going well. I now play football twice weekly instead of twice monthly! It's helping me lose weight too.
*snigger*

my resolution is not to eat McDonalds for a year. should be quite easy tbh.
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ooops typo

better than me ur a winger then?
Central midfielder. Central everything really. We don't really have positions as such apart from stick goalie, so I either play behind the attack bringing the passes, or out on the wing.

You play? Your position of choice?
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ooops typo

better than me ur a winger then?
Im a substitute
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*snigger*

my resolution is not to eat McDonalds for a year. should be quite easy tbh.
What's so funny? Homer Simpson taught me I should make enjoying myself my measure of success.

McDonalds eh, I managed to get a book of vouchers offering free stuff from there. I've been there almost every day since, oops!
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What's so funny? Homer Simpson taught me I should make enjoying myself my measure of success.

McDonalds eh, I managed to get a book of vouchers offering free stuff from there. I've been there almost every day since, oops!
i still frequent the ol' KFC down stoke newington a bit so its alright.
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i still frequent the ol' KFC down stoke newington a bit so its alright.
It costs too much to "frequent", doh!
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What's so funny? Homer Simpson taught me I should make enjoying myself my measure of success.

McDonalds eh, I managed to get a book of vouchers offering free stuff from there. I've been there almost every day since, oops!
McDs taste rank if you go there too frequently. Gimme KFC anyday

You play? Your position of choice?
I never played football till I was about 14 - hence I lack alot of the keepyuppy/dribbling skills that seem to come naturally to all my friends. Hence I'm normally lumped in defence. Though I'm trying to improve my skills a bit (hard when I don't play regularly - I just kick a ball about in my garden).
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