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Old 06-23-2008, 05:57 AM   #91
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Bet you a dollar it ends up so we all walk around the city, finding we needed a booking, and finally eat at McDonalds or something.

For any last-ditch option, Young & Jackson's is pretty good too.
i'd go young and jacksons ! didnt get to go there last week and i wish i had . looks great
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Serious question: Why does Peterrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr want to contact Principle Management?
Because he needs tips on voice highlights by Bono?
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I'll pass on booking. Let Bonnie do it!

Actually, let's let Ian do it.
Yeah, Ian seems like the perfect guy to organise stuff!
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i'd go young and jacksons ! didnt get to go there last week and i wish i had . looks great
Food there is pretty nice, but depends on what you get. And their menu changes around fairly regularly, it seems.
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Oooh, fuck.

I just filled up a plastic bottle of water, and went to throw it down onto the bed really hard from the door for some dramatic effect while i was talking to my sister.

Completely missed the bed
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Oooh, fuck.

I just filled up a plastic bottle of water, and went to throw it down onto the bed really hard from the door for some dramatic effect while i was talking to my sister.

Completely missed the bed
Whooops.

I'm guessing it hit the floor and exploded?
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Oooh, fuck.

I just filled up a plastic bottle of water, and went to throw it down onto the bed really hard from the door for some dramatic effect while i was talking to my sister.

Completely missed the bed
Got your sister though?
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Food there is pretty nice, but depends on what you get. And their menu changes around fairly regularly, it seems.
I have absolutely no idea what or where this Young & Jacksons is.
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Whooops.

I'm guessing it hit the floor and exploded?
No, the lid popped open but very little of it spilled until i squeezed it when i picked it up.
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I have absolutely no idea what or where this Young & Jacksons is.
Young & Jacksons is the pub on the corner of Swanston and Flinders streets. Y'know, the one diametrically opposite Fed Square, where the large tram stop is.
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Got your sister though?
She was outside the room - i saved it by nonchalantly saying "missed completely"

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where the large tram stop is.
Now that's how to describe locations to Ax
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No, the lid popped open but very little of it spilled until i squeezed it when i picked it up.


Mop time!
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Exactly my thoughts.
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Mop time!


Carpet (and all of the items and clothes on the carpet) to the rescue!
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