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    (Original post by parsleythelion)
    I swear I've never heard a Scottish person say 'och' - do you actually say it???? :eek:
    My granny says it. I say 'aye' sometimes, a lot more often when I'm in Scotland.
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    *reappears, kicks rpotter in the shin, disappears again*
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    What were we fighting for again?
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    Successful Cambridge applicants talking about cheese and "duelling"?! And i thought we were supposed to be the cream on the intellectual crop!

    ...anyone for cheese on toast?


    *slaps with a glove*

    I challenge you to a duel!


    Thats why we started - or more like you started the fight! Call a truce?
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    Almost 100 pages of SCAC! good times...
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    41 minutes to go...
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    www.whodoyouthink.com

    Great website, look at the T-shirts!

    Jurgen has only got one ballack!

    Love that site, and remember click on rooney's foot!
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    :eek::eek: MY KITTY!

    edit: you're beating up one of your own, potter. My cat has black fur and green eyes like HP himself (though hair, not fur). How very dare you.

    Liz: I think that's shocking of your ex-headteacher! what an arse. I actually can't stand all these people that never want to leave their home town, let alone Scotland. And somehow they think it's something to be proud of?
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    :ditto:
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    (Original post by friendlyneutron)
    :eek::eek: MY KITTY!

    edit: you're beating up one of your own, potter. My cat has black fur and green eyes like HP himself (though hair, not fur). How very dare you.
    You should buy him mini round glasses. awww that would look so cute.:marchmell Then take a picture and show us!
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    I'm so tempted nooni! Although the last time I bought him clothing he wasn't very impressed. It was a mini knitted jumper with bobbles on it. Tried to commit suicide by falling off the unit.
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    ^It was a bluff. Cats always land on their feet.
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    Unless you strap a slice of buttered toast to its back, butter side up. Then it just spins in mid-air forever.

    Is anyone else addicted to Deal or No Deal?
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    oh no not deal or no deal... i hate it really, its a box and like whooo
    but if i do watch it at somebody elses house i just cant help but to watch and laugh the way the all hold hands, chant names and like mr blobby rings on the fone..
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    (Original post by friendlyneutron)
    Unless you strap a slice of buttered toast to its back, butter side up. Then it just spins in mid-air forever.
    hahahahahaha
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    What's the deal* with Deal or No Deal? I keep hearing about this programme, but my knowledge of it is similar in magnitude to JD's of jigglyball (before he played it, that is...)

    (Original post by Liz150888)
    dyu HSOG peeps still have to go to school??
    Yuppi. Ish. No classes or anything obviously, just fun stuff. And less-fun stuff. And the prom, and prizegiving etc.
    I feel kinda committed to doing most of it though, even though there's little they can do to stop us turning up. I've been at HSOG for 14 years now! Can't quit afore the end...

    (Original post by parsleythelion)
    I swear I've never heard a Scottish person say 'och' - do you actually say it???? :eek:
    I say "ach" quite a lot, as in a sound of disappointment, but that's it (though I have been known to say "aye" on occasion, usually immediately followed by "What's all this?"...)

    *See what I did there?
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    hehe friendlyneutron i saw in Accessorise they were selling dog cloths, but I can never subject my dogs to anything like that! Anyway their furry enough-don’t need cloths. Not to say i am not willing to experiment with some sunglasses and a camera..:rolleyes:


    (Original post by friendlyneutron)
    Unless you strap a slice of buttered toast to its back, butter side up. Then it just spins in mid-air forever.

    Is anyone else addicted to Deal or No Deal?
    meh, i watch it with my mum sometimes, when i watch an episode i usualy have to finish it, but i am not addicted so to speak:p: Although i bet i would watch it more if they took away the fake drama of the banker and that stupid phone. Oh and if noel edmond didnt annoy me so much...
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    (Original post by tctc)
    oh no not deal or no deal... i hate it really, its a box and like whooo
    but if i do watch it at somebody elses house i just cant help but to watch and laugh the way the all hold hands, chant names and like mr blobby rings on the fone..
    haha yeah. And how they act like they'r all best mates, 'Good luck Mark, this is for you'- shut the hell up, your only openning a box!
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    I love Deal or no deal...I agree that holding hands is taking it a bit far though.
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    yeah neutron, raging at old headie. i really hate people who think u cant leave scotland or ull die etc. there are only three people in my year (of 200)who arent going to glasgow/strathclyde/caledonian universities. i think thats quite sad, tbh. luckily my current headmaster is really good and helped me a lot with cambridge, wouldnt have got an offer if it wasnt for him i dont think!

    deal or no deal reminds me of camb! i watched it after my girton interviews! dont understand it tho :rolleyes:

    ahh HSOG school doesnt sound too bad. least uve not been replaced by the fifth years as we have who r already prancing about like the own the joint. we already had what it sounds like ur getting- ie amusing talks on finance, "relationships", and we had some on bioethics, abortion, euthanasia (oh SO BORING....a priest did that one and we wondered if we took his collar out he'd lose power and stop talking).

    i wish i could buy my cat clothes but she suffers from obesity and if we put a collar on her she growls and crawls around the floor until we take it off. *sigh* wis i had a proper cat.
 
 
 
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