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    (Original post by akj08)
    But you missed the boat trip!
    Hence why I'm glad.
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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
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    Have you checked out this place for Laptop's: http://www.studentstore.co.uk/St%20A...ding-Page.aspx
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    (Original post by namedeprived)
    Hence why I'm glad.
    Yeah maybe it's better to stay innocent:p:
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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
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    Also worth looking at are Misco. I get an extra discount but their prices are fairly reasonable anyway.
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    (Original post by namedeprived)
    Lol, I'm glad I didn't stay up last night on TSR...
    I have a maths joke for you too, its better than your one


    Why was 6 afraid of 7?


    Because 7 ate 9


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    (Original post by Ronar)
    I have a maths joke for you too, its better than your one


    Why was 6 afraid of 7?


    Because 7 ate 9


    I do like that one. Unfortunatley I've already heard it. :p:
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    (Original post by namedeprived)
    I do like that one. Unfortunatley I've already heard it. :p:
    In the spirit of this thread last night... The Trials and Tribulations of little Polly Nomial

    Another one that I like:

    One fine evening, e^x was walking down the road. After a while, he noticed that there was a steady stream of constants running the other way. He stopped seven as she went past, asking what had them all so scared. She told him: "the differential operator is back there; if we run into him, we'll all be reduced to nothing!" At this, e^x puffed out his chest, saying "well, we'll see about this! There's nothing he can do to harm me!"

    So he jogged a little down the road until he found this differential operator, calling "Hey, I'm e^x. You can differentiate me all you like, but I'll always stay the same!" The differential operator replied, "Hi. I'm \frac{d}{dy}."

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    I've heard that one :p:

    All this laptop crap is far too confusing!
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    In the spirit of this thread last night... The Trials and Tribulations of little Polly Nomial

    Another one that I like:

    One fine evening, e^x was walking down the road. After a while, he noticed that there was a steady stream of constants running the other way. He stopped seven as she went past, asking what had them all so scared. She told him: "the differential operator is back there; if we run into him, we'll all be reduced to nothing!" At this, e^x puffed out his chest, saying "well, we'll see about this! There's nothing he can do to harm me!"

    So he jogged a little down the road until he found this differential operator, calling "Hey, I'm e^x. You can differentiate me all you like, but I'll always stay the same!" The differential operator replied, "Hi. I'm \frac{d}{dy}."



    Unfortunatley polly nomial was too.. ehm.. complex for me to understand. But it did look pretty interesting.
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    In the spirit of this thread last night... The Trials and Tribulations of little Polly Nomial

    Another one that I like:

    One fine evening, e^x was walking down the road. After a while, he noticed that there was a steady stream of constants running the other way. He stopped seven as she went past, asking what had them all so scared. She told him: "the differential operator is back there; if we run into him, we'll all be reduced to nothing!" At this, e^x puffed out his chest, saying "well, we'll see about this! There's nothing he can do to harm me!"

    So he jogged a little down the road until he found this differential operator, calling "Hey, I'm e^x. You can differentiate me all you like, but I'll always stay the same!" The differential operator replied, "Hi. I'm \frac{d}{dy}."

    LOL
    that was hilarious cos it went over my head compltley
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    (Original post by Meteorshower)
    I've heard that one :p:

    All this laptop crap is far too confusing!
    Try asking in the laptop thread on the Tech forum, they're a great help. They always know where the best sales are!
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    College is brill. I found out that in english, we're doing Jekyll & Hyde, streetcar and loads of poems (something about love poems, apparently in sg we did too many war poems??? :confused: I only did the horses lol), and we're starting off with the language unit instead of the PS unit :awesome: We had to pick a book that we had recently read and write about the narration and stuff as a mini test before we started Higher, so good ole prayin Carrie came into good use. I wrote 3 pages on it with all the technical mumbo jumbo...everyone was just like :lolwut: The teacher was a wee bit patronizing, but oh well

    Chemistry was ok. The teacher just kinda mumbled about different stories and stuff, which was rather annoying. I dosed off for a mere two minutes, whilst my newly aquired friend tried to nudge me awake. We've started off on reaction rates, and we were doing the whole m = nmxgfm stuff, quite easy About 80% of the class had never studied chemistry, so we were basically doing over the basics and for once I managed to speak out and actually answer the questions, "I see you have good potential young lady" after I told him that I had self taught the whole metallic/ionic/covalent molecular/van der Waals section, ammint I the geek? :awesome:. We're doing a mini practical next week just to get into the "chemistry groove".

    But I haven't slept in 27 hours, and I only have maths tomorrow which starts at 11am, so Imma crash. Night all :kiss:
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    College is brill. I found out that in english, we're doing Jekyll & Hyde, streetcar and loads of poems (something about love poems, apparently in sg we did too many war poems??? :confused: I only did the horses lol), and we're starting off with the language unit instead of the PS unit :awesome: We had to pick a book that we had recently read and write about the narration and stuff as a mini test before we started Higher, so good ole prayin Carrie came into good use. I wrote 3 pages on it with all the technical mumbo jumbo...everyone was just like :lolwut: The teacher was a wee bit patronizing, but oh well

    Chemistry was ok. The teacher just kinda mumbled about different stories and stuff, which was rather annoying. I dosed off for a mere two minutes, whilst my newly aquired friend tried to nudge me awake. We've started off on reaction rates, and we were doing the whole m = nmxgfm stuff, quite easy About 80% of the class had never studied chemistry, so we were basically doing over the basics and for once I managed to speak out and actually answer the questions, "I see you have good potential young lady" after I told him that I had self taught the whole metallic/ionic/covalent molecular/van der Waals section, ammint I the geek? :awesome:. We're doing a mini practical next week just to get into the "chemistry groove".

    But I haven't slept in 27 hours, and I only have maths tomorrow which starts at 11am, so Imma crash. Night all :kiss:
    Good to see you're enjoying it!
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    College is brill. I found out that in english, we're doing Jekyll & Hyde, streetcar and loads of poems (something about love poems, apparently in sg we did too many war poems??? :confused: I only did the horses lol), and we're starting off with the language unit instead of the PS unit :awesome: We had to pick a book that we had recently read and write about the narration and stuff as a mini test before we started Higher, so good ole prayin Carrie came into good use. I wrote 3 pages on it with all the technical mumbo jumbo...everyone was just like :lolwut: The teacher was a wee bit patronizing, but oh well

    Chemistry was ok. The teacher just kinda mumbled about different stories and stuff, which was rather annoying. I dosed off for a mere two minutes, whilst my newly aquired friend tried to nudge me awake. We've started off on reaction rates, and we were doing the whole m = nmxgfm stuff, quite easy About 80% of the class had never studied chemistry, so we were basically doing over the basics and for once I managed to speak out and actually answer the questions, "I see you have good potential young lady" after I told him that I had self taught the whole metallic/ionic/covalent molecular/van der Waals section, ammint I the geek? :awesome:. We're doing a mini practical next week just to get into the "chemistry groove".

    But I haven't slept in 27 hours, and I only have maths tomorrow which starts at 11am, so Imma crash. Night all :kiss:
    Are you at langside or some college in ayr? I might know people at the college yr at
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    In the spirit of this thread last night... The Trials and Tribulations of little Polly Nomial

    Another one that I like:

    One fine evening, e^x was walking down the road. After a while, he noticed that there was a steady stream of constants running the other way. He stopped seven as she went past, asking what had them all so scared. She told him: "the differential operator is back there; if we run into him, we'll all be reduced to nothing!" At this, e^x puffed out his chest, saying "well, we'll see about this! There's nothing he can do to harm me!"

    So he jogged a little down the road until he found this differential operator, calling "Hey, I'm e^x. You can differentiate me all you like, but I'll always stay the same!" The differential operator replied, "Hi. I'm \frac{d}{dy}."

    I'm surprised I knew what every concept was :o:

    The sexual euphemisms in that make the ones last night look lame :yep:

    Edit: e^x should have replied "Then let x=f\left(y\right)"....
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    urly leered. "I suppose you've never been operated on yet?" he said.

    "Of course not" Polly cried indignantly. "I'm absolutely convergent".

    "Come, cone," said Curly. "Lets off to a decimal place I know, and I'll take you to the limit".


    ooh, naughty pi

    I've sorta got the jist of this lol
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    That's just too mathsy :no:
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    (Original post by Ronar)
    Are you at langside or some college in ayr? I might know people at the college yr at
    Ayr college lol
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    Ayr college lol
    Ah nevermind then :P
    I thought you were asleep
    aww I wish I lived in ayr the beach is (L)
    Sadly eastkilbride is just grey
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    Mother dear is dragging me out on a powerwalk. In the pouring rainBad times.
 
 
 
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