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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Bagsy hosting the pancake party! It'll be a squeeze, but I love making pancakes! I did one last year (didn't host it, as my friend had a broken leg, so we held it in her kitchen) and it was great. Sainsbury's totally target the student market - their special offer shelf that week was stacked with pancake mix, lemon juice, maple syrup etc.

    And YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYY Y!!!!!!!!!! I have children! A medic and a NatSci, though I only have the medic's address so far. Oooh, I feel all responsible now
    pancake mix? bah! you only need flour eggs and milk!

    and I'm not privelidged enough to get parents at catz - I only get a "nanny".
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    (Original post by Willla2)
    OI It's My Pancake Party.....but since I am an emma student without a hob, I guess we will have to host it somewhere else!!!
    You can organise and be official host, Helen can provide the cooking facilities, I want to do some tossing though! hahahahaha.
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    (Original post by figgetyfig)
    You can organise and be official host, Helen can provide the cooking facilities, I want to do some tossing though! hahahahaha.
    You are even ruder than I am..
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    "Please mummy... I have a dirty bottom"

    "Jimmy hit me mummy"

    "I don't like that one, I want this one NOW"

    Best wishes Helen...
    Oh, that's when I let their Dad take over.

    Willa, you can co-host the party if you like. But I'm in charge of cooking. And flipping the pancakes. We can all take turns.
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    yeah ok....that's a deal...we'll be co-hosts.....but it was my idea...MY TRADITION! :mad:
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    Is there a Cambridge party in Reading?

    Do you know if Oxford (spit spit) do the same thang?
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    Figgetyfig - you wouldn't really poke me with that nasty spork, would you? :eek:
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    (Original post by ~U~Teedy~U~)
    Is there a Cambridge party in Reading?

    Do you know if Oxford (spit spit) do the same thang?
    We don't talk about Oxford here... :mad:

    Yes, there's one in O'Neill's (or so I'm told). Will you be there? Which part of lovely Reading are you from?

    I'll be there (but try not to let that put you off..!).
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    Figgetyfig - you wouldn't really poke me with that nasty spork, would you? :eek:
    I doubt it - I just saw the pic somewhere and couldn't resist!

    If I tried you could just run away to Girton - I'm probably too lazy to chase you that far!
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    (Original post by figgetyfig)
    I doubt it - I just saw the pic somewhere and couldn't resist!

    If I tried you could just run away to Girton - I'm probably too lazy to chase you that far!
    Huh! I'll get a forife and chase you all the way to Huntingdon with it if you keep saying things like that! And that's even further than Girton! :eek:
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    (Original post by Willla2)
    yeah ok....that's a deal...we'll be co-hosts.....but it was my idea...MY TRADITION! :mad:
    Oi! I have that tradition too! At home my sister and I used to try and eat our age in pancakes, and this year I was Captain Brownie and ran the party
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    Huh! I'll get a forife and chase you all the way to Huntingdon with it if you keep saying things like that! And that's even further than Girton! :eek:
    Blame Squishy and Helenia - they keep putting ideas into my head.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Oi! I have that tradition too! At home my sister and I used to try and eat our age in pancakes, and this year I was Captain Brownie and ran the party
    All I can say is that you'll probably be nice and round after you've eaten your age at fifty! :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    We don't talk about Oxford here... :mad:

    Yes, there's one in O'Neill's (or so I'm told). Will you be there? Which part of lovely Reading are you from?

    I'll be there (but try not to let that put you off..!).
    Well I'm just outside of errr 'lovely' Reading :P

    Are you living in Reading then?
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    (Original post by figgetyfig)
    Blame Squishy and Helenia - they keep putting ideas into my head.
    I'll blame Squishy - he thinks I'm an SS guard or something

    As for Helenia - I just need to convince her that she's much older and then send her off on a pancake binge! (or just make some VERY large pancakes)
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    All I can say is that you'll probably be nice and round after you've eaten your age at fifty! :rolleyes:
    I stopped playing at 17.
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    (Original post by ~U~Teedy~U~)
    Well I'm just outside of errr 'lovely' Reading :P

    Are you living in Reading then?
    No, my girlfriend's from Caversham. Was up there dropping her off for a spring clean earlier - the road from King's Meadow Tesco to the roundabout by the station was crowded with dudes clinking along with bags of drink for the festival..! :rolleyes:

    Ah to be young again...

    Anyone up for Glastonbury next year if they let it go ahead?
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    I stopped playing at 17.
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    LOL, Pol is a true lipophile.

    MB
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    LOL, Pol is a true lipophile.

    MB
    Sorry Jacob... Plump is good - but only on girls

    Girlie Pol =/= Gay Pol! :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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