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    (Original post by synaesthesia)
    Such a heavy night yesterday. I still ache.

    Going to the partys of people with daddy's credit card = good wine.
    I apparently had a good night. I don't remember this at all and maintain that I was sober.
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    Obviously. You'd remember it if you'd been drunk.

    Are you coming to our formal tonight, Rhi?
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    (Original post by Ticki)
    You weren't the one who made off with Seth's rubber gloves, were you?
    Wasn't me.

    We noticed it all went a bit crappy at one point, but I think some of us just blamed it on the DJ-ing. But where was the Grease Megamix to finish? :eek:
    It went completely wrong at the end. Not helped by the fact that the DnB night, due to the incompetance of their DJ, blew up one of the bass speakers meaning we now have to fork out £200 for a new speaker cone... Oh, and get the crossover sent away to be repaired, and hire another in the meantime. So much for our budget this year...

    Oh, and the DJ chap (can't remember his name!) didn't hav ethe Megamix, and had Ray the porter standing behind him making him stop. Oh, and screaming "work, damn you!" at faulty equipment is quite fun, but doesn't actually make it work any better...

    And I got assaulted by the Services Officer with a sticker.
    She assaulted me with a cushion and some sellotape! Bizarre. And it was probably one of my stickers, too...
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    (Original post by coldfish)
    Obviously. You'd remember it if you'd been drunk.

    Are you coming to our formal tonight, Rhi?
    I have work to do, also I have the curry on Tuesday, a formal on Wednesday and potentially another on Thursday - I may have died with too many formals in a week anyway...
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    Do 4-year olds understand sexual innuendo? :hmmmm:
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    (Original post by Camford)
    Do 4-year olds understand sexual innuendo? :hmmmm:
    WHAT?!
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    Curse of Were-Rabbit... U... Suitable for people who are aged 4 or older...

    When did you people first hear about K.T. Tunstall? I seem to have a period regarding popular music missing in my head.
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    Hmmm, difficult to say but around 3, 4 months ago?
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    Last July, but only because of the Mercury Awards.
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    (Original post by Immortal Wombat)
    Last July, but only because of the Mercury Awards.
    The same for me but I saw her at a festival shortly afterwards so I'd probably have heard of her after that. I think a lot of people had heard of her before then because she was on the main stage and Seth Lakeman, who was also nominated, was in a crappy little tent.
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    Amazon says her album was released a year ago this month :s:
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    (Original post by Camford)
    Amazon says her album was released a year ago this month :s:
    That's true but no one knew she existed until she was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. Except for some people who listen to Radio 2 maybe but who cares about them.
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    OT: I haven't slept all night. I am absolutely shattered. Bloody insomnia. Off to lectures now :rolleyes:
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    I'm sooooo stiff from circuits. And I HATE sharing a single bed, it just makes it so much worse *legs fall off*

    ah well, law today, and I think we're starting on Negligence this term. I'll be watching for the £ signs forming in the real Law students' eyes :eek:
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    Someone said Pound sign, did they?

    hmmmmm money....
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    How and why did I let rowing take over my life?
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    (Original post by Ticki)
    How and why did I let rowing take over my life?
    Well your heart knows you better than you know yourself. So you should let it do all the talking.

    does it make any sense? I think not.
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    (Original post by Ticki)
    How and why did I let rowing take over my life?
    it's a horrid trap to fall in to. I've got to the stage where I'm torn over severely cutting back on the rowing next year so that i can concentrate on doing some of the other things I would really like to do while at cambridge, but then I would have to pay the price of losing fitness etc which I really dont want to happen. On top of that if I don't achieve all I want to achieve from rowing, I just can't see myself giving it up. Grrr!
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    (Original post by Ticki)
    How and why did I let rowing take over my life?
    Because it seemed like a good idea at the time. These things do in novice term, but the reality of Lents is somewhat harsher. Several of my friends have quit this term because they'd been rowing most of their time at Cambridge and wanted a break.
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    I think that things would be fine if I didn't have such a busy term ahead in terms of supervisions, CUSU and the other extra curric, let alone trying to stay in touch with friends. Am sure it will be fine, just got a bit freaked out by the email naming the 1st VIII going out. I was always so sceptical of rowing...
 
 
 
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