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    I've just finished my Summer job, from which I earned quite a good bit of money, so the first thing I'll do is hit the shops.

    Then I'll probably come home and watch Friends episodes.

    Then I'll remind myself that it's not the end of the world, and that there are worse cases (eg, flooding, having a sibling kidnapped), and that it's never the end of the world.

    Those are the only three things I can think of.

    How will you cheer yourself up if exam results go badly?
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    well when someone mentions todays date my head automatically goes *insert number* of days til results day... then i feel sick... a shot of aftershock tends to remove this feeling tho....

    A good movie is also a great way to cheer yourself up...
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    Prozac
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    I keep telling people and hyping this up and no one listens to me. Perhaps I'm just too ahead of my time for my own sake, but ..........

    Crystal meth!!!!
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    Exercise.
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    (Original post by schrodinger's cat)
    Prozac
    OK, where do I get hold of it? :rolleyes:
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    What part of London are you from? I do very good prices, and i could throw in summin a little bit stronger too...
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    watch comedies! Have lots of fun with friends etc.
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    Distraction. You don't have to cheer yourself up, you just have to be doing other stuff. Shopping is a good (and well known) way of doing this, of course, because when you're shopping you're concentrating on what you're gonna buy, what looks good, what looks bad, how much it costs. Spend time with friends, exercise, eat, read, listen to music (and sing along), anything.
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    (Original post by schrodinger's cat)
    What part of London are you from? I do very good prices, and i could throw in summin a little bit stronger too...
    Haha!
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    (Original post by Eternity Forever)
    watch comedies! Have lots of fun with friends etc.
    I think I will watch lots of comedies, but I'm a bit unsure about the spending time with friends, see, their results are all going to be fantastic, and I get the feeling the little jealousy bug might kick in if I hang out with them.

    I'm a horrible person, I know!
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    Ah...Friends always cheers me up. Keeping yourself occupied will probably be the best thing.
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    Frequent masturbation........
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    Apparently:

    "
    • It relieves stress, frustration and tension increases overall happiness and even improves health.
    • Orgasm can strengthen the immune system, the cardiovascular system and the endocrine system.
    • Increased blood flow brings fresh oxygen and healthful hormones to the organs while removing toxins.
    • It is possible that sexually active individuals live longer
    • It can be a source of comfort in times of loneliness or aloneness.
    • It can teach men more about their bodies and enhance sexual skills with a future sex partner.
    • It can help develop control of ejaculation and help in dealing with erection problems.
    • It can fulfil a man's need for sexual variety and fantasy.
    • Orgasm reduces "bad" LDL cholesterol
    • Men who masturbate or have sex regularly are less likely to develop prostate cancer.
    • Masturbation lets you enjoy pleasure when you want as often as you want. You don't have to worry about disease or emotional consequences from masturbating
    "


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    ^ Haha. Relieve all the stress, eh? :p:
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    Of course! The last bullet point is the funniest IMAO
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    I have no intention of cheering myself up. If I could be happy being mediocre, I'd never be miserable again.
 
 
 

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