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(Original post by greeneyedgirl)
:drool: :coma:
Turns out our church makes good fudge! I never knew!

Meeting a load of coursemates tomorrow afternoon as well which should be fun. Hopefully I won't drink too unsensibly...having dinner with some church people not long after!
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(Original post by EEngWillow)
Turns out our church makes good fudge! I never knew!

Meeting a load of coursemates tomorrow afternoon as well which should be fun. Hopefully I won't drink too unsensibly...having dinner with some church people not long after!
Fudge is always good

I think I'm getting much better at not drinking to excess. Big test will be the end of term event "Daft Friday" 12 hours...
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What exactly happens on Daft Friday? :ninja:

100 hours of Bible study = :eek3:
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What exactly happens on Daft Friday? :ninja:

100 hours of Bible study = :eek3:
One of our unions gets transformed completely to a secret theme (this year it's rumoured to be Doctor Who...)
Live bands, djs, ceilidh, casino, swing band, string quartet, christmas karaoke, winter wonderland with fake snow, professional photographer and a free breakfast if you make it through to 8am...
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(Original post by greeneyedgirl)
One of our unions gets transformed completely to a secret theme (this year it's rumoured to be Doctor Who...)
Live bands, djs, ceilidh, casino, swing band, string quartet, christmas karaoke, winter wonderland with fake snow, professional photographer and a free breakfast if you make it through to 8am...
That sounds amazing :awesome:
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(Original post by greeneyedgirl)
Fudge is always good

I think I'm getting much better at not drinking to excess. Big test will be the end of term event "Daft Friday" 12 hours...
:yep:

Ooooo. People always bring back shots when they go to the bar - it feels rude not to accept!
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(Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
That sounds amazing :awesome:
Doesn't it?! Gotta love a ceilidh!

(Original post by EEngWillow)
:yep:

Ooooo. People always bring back shots when they go to the bar - it feels rude not to accept!
Ha ha during lent my friends bought me loadsa drinks to try and make me go over my 3 units a day max thing...didn't work :smug:
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Doesn't it?! Gotta love a ceilidh!
I don't think I've ever been to a ceilidh :ninja: They look like such good fun though
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(Original post by greeneyedgirl)
One of our unions gets transformed completely to a secret theme (this year it's rumoured to be Doctor Who...)
Live bands, djs, ceilidh, casino, swing band, string quartet, christmas karaoke, winter wonderland with fake snow, professional photographer and a free breakfast if you make it through to 8am...
WAIT?

Daft Friday is Doctor Who themed????

Why am I going to 12 hour cheesy pop instead? If that's true, and it is Doctor Who themed, I will be inconsolable come the 16th.
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12 hours of cheesy pop! :love:
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(Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
I don't think I've ever been to a ceilidh :ninja: They look like such good fun though
They are SO much fun, best time ever!

(Original post by d123)
WAIT?

Daft Friday is Doctor Who themed????

Why am I going to 12 hour cheesy pop instead? If that's true, and it is Doctor Who themed, I will be inconsolable come the 16th.
It could just be a rumour, I SO hope it's right...
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I don't think I've ever been to a ceilidh :ninja: They look like such good fun though
Ceilidh's are awesome!
Definitely something you have to try. Most Scottish kids get dancing lessons in PE from primary 1 at Christmas specifically to teach ceilidh dances. We have one boy in our school who came to us from an English school and the poor thing got thrown in at the deep end with our class. He hadn't done any of the dances before- we didn't realise that learning them in school wasn't the norm. We started him off nice and gently with a few fast group dances!
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Ceilidh's are awesome!
Definitely something you have to try. Most Scottish kids get dancing lessons in PE from primary 1 at Christmas specifically to teach ceilidh dances. We have one boy in our school who came to us from an English school and the poor thing got thrown in at the deep end with our class. He hadn't done any of the dances before- we didn't realise that learning them in school wasn't the norm. We started him off nice and gently with a few fast group dances!
Ha ha I have to say as an English person going to uni in Scotland I was grateful that the callers at my first few ceilidhs were amazing...really does help!
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(Original post by greeneyedgirl)
Doesn't it?! Gotta love a ceilidh!


Ha ha during lent my friends bought me loadsa drinks to try and make me go over my 3 units a day max thing...didn't work :smug:
Haha. Supportive friends!
I'll be good tomorrow, I have no desire to get as drunk as I did last time I was out! Urgh. Hurts thinking about it!
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Ha ha I have to say as an English person going to uni in Scotland I was grateful that the callers at my first few ceilidhs were amazing...really does help!
Oh yeah, the dances are really easy to pick up and there will always be folk more than willing to help you out. :yep:
We scared the life out of the boy though. I think he thought we'd all gone mad. Poor thing turns up to PE like normal and then the music comes on and everyone throws themself into it- including all the tough boys. Must have been a bit confusing. Good job we didn't turn up in full dress!
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Interesting, if you do not think of it as a proof, then how does it work? Isn't the point of a coherent logical argument, that it is always true? By that merit, wouldn't you see it as a proof? :beard:
The OA? The problem is that I don't think we can be certain of the premises, even though the premises are necessarily true or false. With Plantinga's, for example, even what seems like an obviously true premise (namely, the possibility premise) is not certainly true, simply because the concept of maximal greatness (or any other necessity claim) may well have some hidden incoherences that take longer to realise.

Its on my Christmas reading list! And present list :ninja:
A warning: I pre-ordered it months ago and they keep changing both the publishing and delivery date, so it's not likely to come before Christmas

I'd agree with this completely. I would take a coherence as opposed to correspondence point of view but how this goes to God, I'm not sure. Especially, when naturalistic arguments would present an equally plausible argument.



I like deduction :P
Me too, it just rarely works out that way

I won't be able to reply in detail on your thread tonight as I'm going out shortly, but I'll get to it. I would have earlier when I commented but I was on my phone, 'nuf said
No worries!
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Aww thankyou

I'm doing my standard grades at the moment (physics, chemistry, biology, german, modern studies and history), Int 2 english and Higher maths. They seem to be going OK at the moment. Just had our prelims and I don't seem to have done too badly! I always panic far more for the prelims than the actual exam for some reson. :rolleyes:

How about you? Are you doing A levels? They sound scary from reading some of the threads on here!
I didn't do GCSEs I went to an international school so I don't know what prelims are haha, but that sounds good.
Yeah well I'm doing my AS level now, to be honest it is scary in a way knowing I have my exams in 5 months time and I have to apply to uni's eee :| Hopefully God will get me where I want to go.
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Completely forgot to say this yesterday, but we're doing 33 hours of continuous prayer this weekend - I'm starting a 3 stint at 11, so if you have any prayer requests... :-)

Obviously I'll pray for anything that's already been posted. :-)
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(Original post by EEngWillow)
Haha. Supportive friends!
I'll be good tomorrow, I have no desire to get as drunk as I did last time I was out! Urgh. Hurts thinking about it!
Always mind you showed how important faith is to me. Although annoys me because I think they think that I'll always be around to pick up the pieces and look after them when they're drunk...which I will...but I hate the assumption that I will...

(Original post by tasha96)
Oh yeah, the dances are really easy to pick up and there will always be folk more than willing to help you out. :yep:
We scared the life out of the boy though. I think he thought we'd all gone mad. Poor thing turns up to PE like normal and then the music comes on and everyone throws themself into it- including all the tough boys. Must have been a bit confusing. Good job we didn't turn up in full dress!
Yeah he probably thought that Scotland was insane! I've already decided I want a big ceilidh for my 21st...my English friends are RATHER concerned

(Original post by EEngWillow)
Completely forgot to say this yesterday, but we're doing 33 hours of continuous prayer this weekend - I'm starting a 3 stint at 11, so if you have any prayer requests... :-)

Obviously I'll pray for anything that's already been posted. :-)
Well I'm a bit late, and I don't have any prayer requests anyway...but I'll be praying that your praying goes well.
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I didn't do GCSEs I went to an international school so I don't know what prelims are haha, but that sounds good.
Yeah well I'm doing my AS level now, to be honest it is scary in a way knowing I have my exams in 5 months time and I have to apply to uni's eee :| Hopefully God will get me where I want to go.
Aww you'll be good.
Going to an international school must have been interesting though! :eek:
You probably have done some sort of prelims before- you just might not have called them that! You might have called them mocks? It's like a practice run you do before the final exam and the mark you get can be used as a predicted grade or as evidence for appeals if the actual exam goes badly for whatever reason.

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Yeah he probably thought that Scotland was insane! I've already decided I want a big ceilidh for my 21st...my English friends are RATHER concerned
Oh that would be amazing!
I play in a traditional music band. :cool:
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