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    wat is in ur room? wat duz it look like?
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    At the moment, pretty small...with a small TV, big hifi, few posters, clothes everywhere...nothing special.
    But in a month or so should be moving into a bigger room, with en-suite and will try and keep it nice and tidy.
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    My room's cool It's the top floor of the house and what could have been an attic, so it's got slanting ceilings and lovely dormer windows and a spiral staircase leading up to it. There's basically just a big bed, TV, DVD player, stereo, phone, lots of CDs and magazines and clothes everywhere, a few photos, the usual stuff. Also has an en suite with shower/sink/toilet. Give me a fridge and I'd never have to leave it
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    it's big and purple and fairly tidy at the mo ezxcept for the pile of clothes i'vfe not yet put away (partly cos my wardrobe is full)

    i've got a few posters and pictures + stuff like that, my desk is a mess. oh and i've got a sink in my room (which is kinda surrounded make up and other girly stuff so a bit messy)

    lou xxx
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    my room is on the top room of the house as well but i hate it,
    it's cold in the winter but hot and humid in the summer! :mad:
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    (Original post by sz72)
    my room is on the top room of the house as well but i hate it,
    it's cold in the winter but hot and humid in the summer! :mad:
    Mine's okay in the winter as it's a fairly new house and ridiculously well insulated and heated; does get really hot up there in hot weather though unless the windows are kept open!
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    Mine's hot pink and quite big, with an ensuite, and a four poster bed It's really messy at the moment though, 'cos I'm very very lazy.
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    (Original post by slowjamz)
    Mine's okay in the winter as it's a fairly new house and ridiculously well insulated and heated; does get really hot up there in hot weather though unless the windows are kept open!
    do u have lots flies wandering into your room these days when the windows are open?
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    (Original post by sz72)
    do u have lots flies wandering into your room these days when the windows are open?
    Not really actually... though I guess it'll get worse when we actually have some consistent nice weather I have little air vent things above the windows for ventilation though so they're good at night for keeping the room cool and the moths out!
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    (Original post by slowjamz)
    My room's cool It's the top floor of the house and what could have been an attic, so it's got slanting ceilings and lovely dormer windows and a spiral staircase leading up to it. There's basically just a big bed, TV, DVD player, stereo, phone, lots of CDs and magazines and clothes everywhere, a few photos, the usual stuff. Also has an en suite with shower/sink/toilet. Give me a fridge and I'd never have to leave it
    That sounds awesome!
    My room's tiny with just the basics - bed, wardrobe, bookshelf, mirror, and a big Queen poster on the wall lol - it's training for my Uni accommodation though, I guess.
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    Oh yeah also its gunna be sortof attached another larger room that I intend to make into a games room (pool table, table football, playstation) with fully stocked bar, which is gunna be great for parties!
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    Here are some photosgraphs for you
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    My room is a tip. It is covered in discarded paper and other ****. The walls are covered with drafts of compositions/harmony ideas as I like to work with the whole piece lid out (for my overture that was about 30 pages orchestral score pinned around my room and three different drafts at once. I have ideas written in pencil on my wall from where I aven't had any paper handy. I have a desk covered in clutter and a nice big chair next to a bookshelf and my CD collection (which is organised in chronological order of birth of composer)

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    Someone likes their hifi separates.
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    My room is a tip. It is covered in discarded paper and other ****. The walls are covered with drafts of compositions/harmony ideas as I like to work with the whole piece lid out (for my overture that was about 30 pages orchestral score pinned around my room and three different drafts at once. I have ideas written in pencil on my wall from where I aven't had any paper handy. I have a desk covered in clutter and a nice big chair next to a bookshelf and my CD collection (which is organised in chronological order of birth of composer)

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    lol the eccentricities of a musical composer
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    My room is a tip. It is covered in discarded paper and other ****. The walls are covered with drafts of compositions/harmony ideas as I like to work with the whole piece lid out (for my overture that was about 30 pages orchestral score pinned around my room and three different drafts at once.
    wow that sounds pretty damn good. you got a recording or something
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    My room is typical.

    It's got a desk, a huge dresser, 3 wardrobes and a king sized bed.
    Oooh! It's got 3-toned pink Italian blinds, the walls are white and pink, sheets, duvet, pillow cases are white with pink frills and little flowers. There are 3 beanbags under a white lampshade. Glow in the dark flowers and hearts are stuck on one of the pink walls. I've got a funky lamp, with 3 different shaped light bulbs in it, and a huge dreamcatcher hanging down from it. Then there are cartoon sketches of myself and my siblings all over the walls, my little sister's rendition of Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers', photographs and weird sunflower things hanging from the ceiling.

    It's all very weird and there's no real theme to it. Oooh and there's lots of junk under my bed. Right now half the floorspace under my bed is stacked with school books and files I need for my exams.
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    mines a complete mess, i have over a years of past papers/work sheets on the floor, You can see the wooden floor occasionally. Chockolate bar wrappers daunt occasionally, the odd deoderant can and old mobile phone are favourites, There are crisp packets gallore and old shop receits sleeping bags deuvets lots of text books.

    Its my insentive to finish my exams, it all gets to go in the bin
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    (Original post by koldtoast)
    lol the eccentricities of a musical composer
    lol indeed. I am the only person in my music class to compose using a pencil and paper. For my overture I was finally convinced to put it on a music notation program called sibelius to edit it. When I said thirty pages that was the computer version which was much smaller than my A3 handwritten thing which was prob about 100 or more pages. I can't really judge as it also included quite a bit I edited out and some sketches. The finished product is here and you can listen to it on crappy midi. http://www.sibeliusmusic.com/cgi-bin...?scoreid=49231 Ok, I'll stop plugging now.

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    My rooms on the top floor its quite small but has a large floating double bed the three godfather movie posters framed on the wall behind the bed....then my desk with my laptop on it, wadrobes built into the wall, yeh hi fi its really simple cause i cant sleep when the room over overcrowded then i have a room that u can only get throgh my room that has a plasma tv stuck to the wall a couch scarface and casino posters on the wall and shitloads of dvds
 
 
 
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