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Helenia
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That's because women are.... I'm not going to carry on...
Is this something I'm going to have to slap you for?

Anyway, supervision was better than I thought, considering I'd managed to draw linear rather than semilog graphs for two of my questions! And it finished early so I got to go off early for my curry with Fitz footballers (finishing disappointingly early, with no alcohol, but such is the life of a boatie).
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Is this something I'm going to have to slap you for?

Anyway, supervision was better than I thought, considering I'd managed to draw linear rather than semilog graphs for two of my questions! And it finished early so I got to go off early for my curry with Fitz footballers (finishing disappointingly early, with no alcohol, but such is the life of a boatie).
Is it something you are going to slap me for? I don't know... Guess I'll just have to leave it to your imaginations then. I never said anything. All I said was "...".
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"O lovely Pussy, O Pussy, my love,
What a beautiful Pussy you are,
You are,
You are!
What a beautiful Pussy you are!"

This is just simply wrong!!
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"O lovely Pussy, O Pussy, my love,
What a beautiful Pussy you are,
You are,
You are!
What a beautiful Pussy you are!"

This is just simply wrong!!
The Pussy said to the Owl,
"You elegant fowl,
How charmingly sweet you sing!
Oh let us be married,
too long we have terried.
But what shall we do for a ring?"
And so they sailed away
For a year and a day
To the land where the bong-trees grow.
And there in the wood
A piggy-wig stood
With a ring at the end of his nose,
His nose,
His nose,
With a ring at the end of his nose.

I somehow randomly memorised the poem at year 5 but haven't read it in absolutely years so please forgive any mistakes!

And Willa you do realise I have no clue as to what you're on about with bashing and put-out/out-put...?
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There is a reason why Willa is a half CompSci and you are not...

That bit I quoted just sounds wrong when you hear some woman reading it on the radio with a semi-orgasmic tone in her voice...
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(Original post by Camford)
There is a reason why Willa is a half CompSci and you are not...

That bit I quoted just sounds wrong when you hear some woman reading it on the radio with a semi-orgasmic tone in her voice...
Now that does sound wrong! (the poem)

I do like the poem though.

Willa's only a quarter Compsci isn't he? :p: I don't suppose there's much difference though. How can Compsci be interesting...? - I imagine it as a bit like what I'm like with Chemistry - dull but tolerable, and in some places interesting :rolleyes: hehe fascinatingly dull
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Now that does sound wrong! (the poem)

I do like the poem though.

Willa's only a quarter Compsci isn't he? :p: I don't suppose there's much difference though. How can Compsci be interesting...? - I imagine it as a bit like what I'm like with Chemistry - dull but tolerable, and in some places interesting :rolleyes: hehe fascinatingly dull
I must let my friends hear it when they come around next time... would be an embarrassing laugh.. . Did I also mention it was on the BBC?

There's 50% and 25% compsci in first year. I'm the 50%, that makes me a whole compsci and Willa a half compsci. CompSci is the worst subject possible to do if you want to get laid frequently... but it does tend to manifest in stable long term relationships in the end. There's an example in Pembroke, not me though unfortunately.

I loved Chemistry. Loved it. Loved it!!! I miss my Chemistry... someone just said S*** on Radio 2!! :eek: How shocking!
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What was that song we heard on radio3 Vincent? The one after the bondage one?
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What was that song we heard on radio3? The one after the bondage one?
Black bottom stompe I think... But that's after midnight when it came on air... But this poem was aired in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening on BBC7.
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I must let my friends hear it when they come around next time... would be an embarrassing laugh.. . Did I also mention it was on the BBC?

There's 50% and 25% compsci in first year. I'm the 50%, that makes me a whole compsci and Willa a half compsci. CompSci is the worst subject possible to do if you want to get laid frequently... but it does tend to manifest in stable long term relationships in the end. There's an example in Pembroke, not me though unfortunately.

I loved Chemistry. Loved it. Loved it!!! I miss my Chemistry... someone just said S*** on Radio 2!! :eek: How shocking!
Why are Compscis not liked by girls anyway? - or at least why this ickle myth?

You loved Chemistry? Really? - Chem is sorta dull... Science in general is dull - I don't find it "boring" but it's not particularly exciting - although it can also be very interesting at times. Like I said, science is fascinatingly dull.

Well you can always carry on with Chem at Cambridge.

Right he's a half compsci then, thanx for the explanation
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Why are Compscis not liked by girls anyway? - or at least why this ickle myth?

You loved Chemistry? Really? - Chem is sorta dull... Science in general is dull - I don't find it "boring" but it's not particularly exciting - although it can also be very interesting at times. Like I said, science is fascinatingly dull.

Well you can always carry on with Chem at Cambridge.

Right he's a half compsci then, thanx for the explanation
No wonder you didn't get the offer then, finding science dull....

I had a brilliant Chem teacher at A'Level. That's the only subject in A'Level I really really really loved. I didn't know I had the Chem slot free at the beginning of last term. When I did, there's not much point for me to go the lectures anymore, since I missed so many already.

CompScis are considered to be geeky. Not Willa, but most of the 50% look geeky, even the girls...
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NatScis aren't much higher than CompScis on the getting laid pecking order though.

And on an unrelated note, hardware practicals are finished forever, woohoo! Or until October anyway. I never have to wire a bloody breadboard again. Not that I get blood over the breadboards, but whatever.
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NatScis aren't much higher than CompScis on the getting laid pecking order though.

And on an unrelated note, hardware practicals are finished forever, woohoo! Or until October anyway. I never have to wire a bloody breadboard again. Not that I get blood over the breadboards, but whatever.
hey si
sorry about my lack of communication recently!
work...
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Heya Amy. 'tis fine...I've been really busy too. Friend of mine's visiting next weekend; he's bringing all of Season 4 so far on his laptop for me to watch...I'm trying to resist the temptation of wasting my whole weekend playing catchup.

Don't stress too much over work.
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Heya Amy. 'tis fine...I've been really busy too. Friend of mine's visiting next weekend; he's bringing all of Season 4 so far on his laptop for me to watch...I'm trying to resist the temptation of wasting my whole weekend playing catchup.

Don't stress too much over work.
hehe thanks!
i do enjoy it at least so far have only watched i more ep of 24 since the beginning of the term... grrr. although i managed to watch Castle in the Sky last night, with Terry & Taro (you met him i think, punting) twas v good
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Yup, I remember Taro...did he get an offer from another college after he was pooled?
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no he didn't, alas. hes going to UCL, i think... shame. he is such a cambridge person!
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no he didn't, alas. hes going to UCL, i think... shame. he is such a cambridge person!
I know, he can't give punt tours in London!
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indeed...

(Hayao Miyazaki. thats it - the name of the director of Castle in the Sky. it was pissing me off cos i couldn't remember. brilliant.)

anyway,hope your work's going well, si, we must meet up sometime. but i have to go and do 1:50 plans of my cafe...
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to defend compscis.....i'm pretty sure one of my first year 50% compsci friends is engaged!!!
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