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    (Original post by Neuth)



    Oh dear...

    Why? It's just completely random things I like :giggle:
    Well... If it's full of pretty things I kinda want to see!
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    (Original post by frances98)
    Well... If it's full of pretty things I kinda want to see!
    Stationary, organisation, interior design, general nerdiness...?
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    (Original post by Neuth)
    Stationary, organisation, interior design, general nerdiness...?
    Yeah I love all that kinda thing aha! I spent half an hour today scrolling through Amazon to find some new nice stationery

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    (Original post by eternallyapril)
    This is my desk. Nothing special, but it suits me!
    I like it! Simple!
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    I don't have a desk, but most of my revision ends up condensed into post it note form then stuck on this wall :awesome:Attachment 398081

    (Not entirely sure why the picture is so small :rolleyes:)
    How do you stop them falling down?!
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    (Original post by Nidfeo)
    How do you stop them falling down?!
    Correct way to peel post its: start at the left side and pull up slightly and towards you, so rather than pulling from bottom to top (which makes it curl up and fall off), you're pulling from left to right along the top there's a diagram on the internet somewhere, type 'correct way to peel post it notes' or something :giggle:
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    Correct way to peel post its: start at the left side and pull up slightly and towards you, so rather than pulling from bottom to top (which makes it curl up and fall off), you're pulling from left to right along the top there's a diagram on the internet somewhere, type 'correct way to peel post it notes' or something :giggle:
    Thanks
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    Think I've ruined the wall with the blue tac..
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    (Original post by Nidfeo)
    It's late, so bad light

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    OCR biology buddies

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    WOoop! Gotta love transport in animals :L
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    WOoop! Gotta love transport in animals :L
    Gotta hate ecology and biodiversity:puke:

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    Gotta hate ecology and biodiversity:puke:

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    God, they're so dull :c
    I do love health & disease and biological molecules though!
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    Standard desk with loads of paper on one side.

    aaand alot of my notes just thrown on the floor

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    (Original post by Witcher)
    To those saying this is off Instagram you wouldn't be wrong, cos I posted that pic there! But just to prove it this my desk, heres a quick picture I just took, without fancy filters. I'm very flattered!

    ps if you want to follow my instagram: https://instagram.com/kerry_rose_/

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    Wow so your room is known on instagram. For anyone to notice where your picture is originally from awesome. I'd be flattered too
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    Correct way to peel post its: start at the left side and pull up slightly and towards you, so rather than pulling from bottom to top (which makes it curl up and fall off), you're pulling from left to right along the top there's a diagram on the internet somewhere, type 'correct way to peel post it notes' or something :giggle:
    You have just changed my life forever. Thank you so much I was wondering why they always fell off my wall so quickly
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    (Original post by randlemcmurphy)
    YAY, Brandon Sanderson!
    yes! I just started reading mistborn 2 and I'm in love with his books planning to read most of them over summer!
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    The Microsoft Surface <3 I cant study without that :')
    Oh I know they are amazing
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    (Original post by ProNoob)
    How did you find C1 AQA?

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    It was really good actually, found it pretty easy glad of that because I'm not looking forward to C2! What about you?
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    I think I just fell deeply in love with your room :eek:
 
 
 
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