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Old 07-13-2008, 02:26 AM   #301
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Yeah. Im sure.
My teacher used to put on the price is right. But on her own. We did nothing in that class and we all still passed. Gotta love the Indiana schooling.
Sounds kinda like my English teacher.
We used to sit there, getting ready to read a book and then she'd start talking about something and just talk about it the entire class and we got nothing done. So we all passed.
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Haha. Funny. Our ***** Mitch!
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I'm happy with not putting my stuff on the line for the neighbours to steal.
Fortunately we don't share a clothesline.

Plus it's virtually hidden around the back of the house where there are better things to steal than clothes.
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Oh! It was The Ocean. I was just about to ask what was up with the weird bubbly water sounds

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I get like that every so often. It's probably more like once every handful of months. Occasionally when someone pisses me off, I tend to blow of seam by obsessively cleaning the house from first floor to second! Those days end to be pretty fun 'cause when I'm done, I'm not mad anymore!
I can't say I've ever had to clean a fish tank though. The one I hate the most is the litter box! I am a cat person! But it does have it's drawbacks.
Hah, I've found cleaning can be very therapeutic for stress or frustration. I've often been amazed by how productive I'll be around the house when I have university assignments due. Sure, the essays still aren't written, but I've baked muffins, the kitchen floor's been mopped, and I've done three loads of washing!

Cleaning a fish tank really isn't that hard, at least not with a relatively small tank like mine, but I still don't enjoy doing it all the same.
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Mitch, Mitch, that Son of a....well you get the idea
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I'll second this. What got into mom anyways. Those were awful times
The giant basement where she had plent of room. My jeans always fit funny and were gross. And half the time my jeans or hoodies werent dry all the way for school the next day.
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Hah, I've found cleaning can be very therapeutic for stress or frustration. I've often been amazed by how productive I'll be around the house when I have university assignments due. Sure, the essays still aren't written, but I've baked muffins, the kitchen floor's been mopped, and I've done three loads of washing!

Cleaning a fish tank really isn't that hard, at least not with a relatively small tank like mine, but I still don't enjoy doing it all the same.
That's the best part right there
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Sounds kinda like my English teacher.
We used to sit there, getting ready to read a book and then she'd start talking about something and just talk about it the entire class and we got nothing done. So we all passed.
I had this really strict German maths teacher ... no nonsense kind of guy, loved to hand out detentions, couldn't tolerate anybody talking most of the time. But about once each term, we were able to get him talking about Germany, and he'd just happily spend an entire lesson talking about it. It was hilarious.
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Hah, I've found cleaning can be very therapeutic for stress or frustration. I've often been amazed by how productive I'll be around the house when I have university assignments due. Sure, the essays still aren't written, but I've baked muffins, the kitchen floor's been mopped, and I've done three loads of washing!

Cleaning a fish tank really isn't that hard, at least not with a relatively small tank like mine, but I still don't enjoy doing it all the same.
Always something better to do than Uni assignments, right?
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Mitch, Mitch, that Son of a....well you get the idea
Haha theres so many of em.
But we cant really blame him we have Michael Harding to blame.
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The giant basement where she had plent of room. My jeans always fit funny and were gross. And half the time my jeans or hoodies werent dry all the way for school the next day.
Oh! You're talking about when mom dried the clothes IN THE HOUSE and made my room all humid because of it! Grr that was AWFUL AWFUL AWFUL. I blocked that from my memory. I was taking about when mom would line dry our clothes when we lived at Sunnyside. I tell you I'm allergic to grass. I've got to be

Another Time, Another Place is kinda eh.
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Cleaning a fish tank really isn't that hard, at least not with a relatively small tank like mine, but I still don't enjoy doing it all the same.
Well teach Ashley how to do it.
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The giant basement where she had plent of room. My jeans always fit funny and were gross. And half the time my jeans or hoodies werent dry all the way for school the next day.
Well, you're meant to hang stuff outside to get dried by the sun, not in a bloody basement!

(Says the guy drying stuff in his kitchen, but that's because I don't have a choice - there is no such thing as my own "outside" here.)
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It's universal. There's always something fascinating to do just as the deadline approaches.
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