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    (Original post by shimmeringsofya)
    your statement does match your photo
    ?? It's this guy
    http://www.parliament.uk/business/pu...eakerlenthall/ if anyones interesed
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    (Original post by whorace)
    ?? It's this guy
    http://www.parliament.uk/business/pu...eakerlenthall/ if anyones interesed
    So that's why no monarchy is allowed in the HoC! I've always wondered what the event that lead to it was. :rofl:
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    (Original post by shimmeringsofya)
    Do you prefer to share most of your thoughts w// friends and family or keep them to your heart? and the main question is WHY?
    When I keep the issue inside it feels like thunder ,a dark cloud consuming me- that's the downside of keeping something in your heart. It stresses you out and slowly drives you mad...seeking an outlet.

    But when I told the issue it cause lots of problems , so it was like : was it not better to have just kept the issue on the inside rather to talk it out and cause more problems??? But the good thing is when you talk it out, there's a sense of relief and release which is better than keeping stuff inside.

    I rarely talk stuff out, I just bottle it all up which can have a negative effect because you might explode unexpectedly .
 
 
 
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