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danni_bella
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You obviously don't.

Have you grasped sarcasm, I exaggerated greatly, purely to promote rather than hinder. :rolleyes:
Oh riight. I got what you were saying, but if that's what you implied, then we're not really all in partying that hard you know! Many of us are actually quite studious, even at my age. A lot of competition at uni these days.
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Perhaps that's because it's summer there lol :rolleyes: But seriously, I couldn't survive in Australia. In May I went to Spain and felt like dying in 42 degrees :cool:
Hahaha.

I love the heat, I did however live in Portugal for 2 years, so perhaps I'm used to it
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Hahaha.

I love the heat, I did however live in Portugal for 2 years, so perhaps I'm used to it
I guess it's one of those things you get used to. I think I've got used to mild/cold weathers. Basically, I'm alright in nothing particularly exciting- as long as it's mild and drizzly I can survive
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Perhaps that's because it's summer there lol :rolleyes: But seriously, I couldn't survive in Australia. In May I went to Spain and felt like dying in 42 degrees :cool:
It doesn't normally get that hot where I live. It's because I live near the coast, facing Antarctica (lol) so the atmosphere is generally stable and prevents extreme temps from occuring.
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Anyway lighten up guys :elefant: New Year's is here, yay, and we're one on this awesome :tsr:

So welcome to 2005 and best of luck for the year ahead!

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Anyway lighten up guys :elefant: New Year's is here, yay, and we're one on this awesome :tsr:

So welcome to 2005 and best of luck for the year ahead!

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How long ago was New Year in Australia?
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How long ago was New Year in Australia?
Something close to 23 hours ago.
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Something close to 23 hours ago.
25. But I was saying that on behalf of all the other people here. There are some north Americans who have jst celebrated their NY, so was considering them too. I'm aware of the fact that the time-zone I live in isn't so common on this forum.
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25. But I was saying that on behalf of all the other people here. There are some north Americans who have jst celebrated their NY, so was considering them too. I'm aware of the fact that the time-zone I live in isn't so common on this forum.
LOL ! 25 hours stand corrected. Didn't realise you were +11 on us.

Aye, but we don't have the worst looking bunch from GMT +8 hours onwards (yourself and Everdawn).

Some peoples New Years on the Hollywood coast are only like 7 hours old.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR to you all....
This is my 1st ever post and I only know about this site because the beautiful Danni told me.
Hope to get involved in some interesting conversations on here
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