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    Not really. I mean, because of the mountains and hills we tend to get a fair bit of wind which keeps things comfortable.
    Pretty nice then to be honest.

    I may have to move to old Gwalia one day
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    I think that exists :yes:


    My future bedroom
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    Yay countryside.

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    My future bedroom
    That is really cool. Roll right into the bath :lol:
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    That is really cool. Roll right into the bath :lol:
    Think I'd end up coming home after a Friday night and drowning
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Pretty nice then to be honest.

    I may have to move to old Gwalia one day
    Well sat in my room at this time of year I have rolling green hills that have nothing but trees on them. In the autumn they go bright red and burn like a New England fall in the Indian summer sunshine. And then in the winter the little bits of snow rest on them for weeks at an end. It's truly beautiful.
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    Think I'd end up coming home after a Friday night and drowning
    That is a very good point actually.

    Have the door locked with a really hard code so that you can never get in drunk and just have a separate bedroom :yes:
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    (Original post by Adorno)
    Well sat in my room at this time of year I have rolling green hills that have nothing but trees on them. In the autumn they go bright red and burn like a New England fall in the Indian summer sunshine. And then in the winter the little bits of snow rest on them for weeks at an end. It's truly beautiful.
    Wales is a generally beautiful country - I've only been a few times but I've really liked walking in the hills and such every time. If I'm still alive when I'm old and have not managed to escape the UK Wales seems a reasonable bet to live out your days.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Wales is a generally beautiful country - I've only been a few times but I've really liked walking in the hills and such every time. If I'm still alive when I'm old and have not managed to escape the UK Wales seems a reasonable bet to live out your days.
    However:

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    (Original post by Aj12)
    What are you doing on paint?
    Showing you what the moving insect looks like.

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    **** your life
    I blame you.

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    Thats why they invented the swim up bar.
    I love it.
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    (Original post by Teaddict)
    Showing you what the moving insect looks like.



    I blame you.



    I love it.
    I blame the parents.
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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2011/j...free-solicitor

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    (Original post by Adorno)
    However:

    Doesn't stop it being beautiful :nope:

    Seems like he has a lot to say :yes: You agree presumably?
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    Thats why they invented the swim up bar.
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    One day, if I am ever not poor, this is my dream.
    Yeah pretty sure that if I end up rich I want one. Ffs. I can see where they're coming from but this is so full of ****e.
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    Yeah pretty sure that if I end up rich I want one.Ffs. I can see where they're coming from but this is so full of ****e.
    I want two.
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    Oh dear.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Seems like he has a lot to say :yes: You agree presumably?
    Do I agree with Gwyn? On most things I suppose yes I do though he went quite far in his assertion that for Wales to survive, Britain must die. But then he was writing and saying this in the 1980s when the entire world around him and many people living in the valleys was convulsing in what must have seemed like death throws. But as a writer, of sorts (that's what historians are after all), I tend to follow this view:

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    Do I agree with Gwyn? On most things I suppose yes I do though he went quite far in his assertion that for Wales to survive, Britain must die. But then he was writing and saying this in the 1980s when the entire world around him and many people living in the valleys was convulsing in what must have seemed like death throws. But as a writer, of sorts (that's what historians are after all), I tend to follow this view:

    Fair enough.

    Have you ever (knowingly) written any fiction (outside of school and childhood) actually?
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Have you ever (knowingly) written any fiction (outside of school and childhood) actually?
    Yes, a fair bit though a lot of it exists as fragments in various word documents on many fobs and things but I had a short story published last year and am writing another one at the moment for a competition though I may decide not to enter it.

    It's disconcerting that Gwyn said those words in the 1960s/1970s yet they have such a powerful resonance today. You could say what he said today and it would have as much meaning as it did then. Dandruff of the brain!
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