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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    Sweet, percussion is so much better over kit in pretty much every occasion!

    I think i might go to bed, i have an unexpected 9am bulgarian lesson tomorrow morning!
    Can I come? :teeth:

    Be honest, you've missed me :angel:
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    (Original post by Dinendal Leralonde)
    Can I come? :teeth:

    Be honest, you've missed me :angel:
    :eek3: You have no idea how squeaky my bed is!

    Man, i get so easily sidetracked. I've started fixing a website now... stupid.
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    :eek3: You have no idea how squeaky my bed is!

    Man, i get so easily sidetracked. I've started fixing a website now... stupid.
    About as squeaky as Pheebs when she's been sat in a queue since 9AM in the morning, just to get a front row view of Bells?

    And how is a squeaky bed a bad thing?
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    (Original post by Dinendal Leralonde)
    About as squeaky as Pheebs when she's been sat in a queue since 9AM in the morning, just to get a front row view of Bells?

    And how is a squeaky bed a bad thing?
    Yeah, it probably is that squeaky! :P

    Anyway, squeaky beds are useless if you want to... erm... use them for purposes other than sleeping... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    Yeah, it probably is that squeaky! :P

    Anyway, squeaky beds are useless if you want to... erm... use them for purposes other than sleeping... :rolleyes:
    Oh.

    So...to mine then?
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    (Original post by Dinendal Leralonde)
    Oh.

    So...to mine then?
    I dunno... Nottingham is quite a long way away and I am fairly snuggly in bed tonight now!
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    I dunno... Nottingham is quite a long way away and I am fairly snuggly in bed tonight now!
    Bah, excuses!
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    (Original post by Dinendal Leralonde)
    About as squeaky as Pheebs when she's been sat in a queue since 9AM in the morning, just to get a front row view of Bells?
    Sush!!! I don't get overexcited about seeing muse
    never :ninja:
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    NOoooo... of course not... I don't either. Specially having seen them 4 times already... i don't have any seeing muse every year streak to keep up or anything. No..
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    So, I trust everyone (who could) voted today?

    If you've been unable to see my Facebook status, I voted for this man. Seems trustworthy enough.
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    Scary... I didn't vote for him. I voted tory... *runs away from hoards of lib dems*
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    Scary... I didn't vote for him. I voted tory... *runs away from hoards of lib dems*
    Well at least you didn't vote Labour. I can't go onto a street in my area without seeing at least three windows donning the "Vote Labour" posters. And there was a bloke standing outside of the polling station, taking our register numbers for some reason, with "Vote Labour" badges on his jacket.
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    (Original post by Dinendal Leralonde)
    Well at least you didn't vote Labour. I can't go onto a street in my area without seeing at least three windows donning the "Vote Labour" posters. And there was a bloke standing outside of the polling station, taking our register numbers for some reason, with "Vote Labour" badges on his jacket.
    Yeah, that's very very true... i think the area i'm in is quite a lib dem stronghold because of the student numbers in it. Not that that stopped all the labour people from putting up all their posters all over the place.
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    Scary... I didn't vote for him. I voted tory... *runs away from hoards of lib dems*
    Good vote. I also voted Tory. My local Tory candidate is a really friendly woman and we have the same core beliefs. I also gave her some dirt on the current Lib Dem MP. :yep:
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    (Original post by Wednesday Bass)
    Good vote. I also voted Tory. My local Tory candidate is a really friendly woman and we have the same core beliefs. I also gave her some dirt on the current Lib Dem MP. :yep:
    Good work. I voted tory in our local election without much prior knowledge. All i know is that the lib dems are really very airy fairy with their policies.
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    Good work. I voted tory in our local election without much prior knowledge. All i know is that the lib dems are really very airy fairy with their policies.
    I gave all the main 3 party's manifestos a quick read.

    I don't really like my Lib Dem MP. He's been MP for ~37 years, and it's sorta got to the stage where people seem to think that he's the only option. The fact that he can't get us a new school, and won't dual part of the motorway by our town because he owns part of the land that would be used.

    The Lib Dem's policies would be good... if they had the magic Lib Dem money tree that they must have for some of their policies.
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    I really like hotel california. It's a tune!
    t is
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    Safest Tory seat in the country accordimg to notional figures, ours is. I turned up but I may as well have not bothered...
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    ^ But if everyone thought that it would rapidly become labour! :P
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    (Original post by hothedgehog)
    ^ But if everyone thought that it would rapidly become labour! :P
    HAHA. My area is way too upper class (pronounced clahss) to have significant Labour support :haughty:
 
 
 
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