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Old 07-17-2008, 11:32 PM   #961
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I only had the one. But I went as the Pink Ranger one year for Halloween.

Ahh, I need to learn a little bit about the southern hemisphere, I see! I'm still not so sharp with Europe either. But then again, you're talking to the woman who can get lost in her own damn city.

My mum used to watch it to. Though my dad did/still does watch it more than she did. I hate nearly plain popcorn. The consistency of cardboard is just about right! Bleh! There is no point to popcorn like that! You may as well just be eating paper.
Ha! I remember we had this day at school to dress up as a character from something, and I went as Thomas The Tank Engine.

See, I've always been a geography nerd. From a very young age, atlases and maps fascinated me. And then in high school, geography was "my" class.

I don't watch it these days, really. Mainly because it just seems lame watching it by myself. Whenever I go up to Queensland to visit Mum, though, we'll sit down and watch it like the old days. I suppose part of the reason I don't watch it right now is because it's the early episodes with Frank, who I find intolerable. Winchester is my favourite character, you see (god, who's shocked?).
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OK, time for a new thread. Here's the master list of locations: User:SP-KP/ToDo/salvage2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I move that it's about time Serena made a thread.
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OK, time for a new thread. Here's the master list of locations: User:SP-KP/ToDo/salvage2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I move that it's about time Serena made a thread.
Hey goddamnit, I've never made one, and I've been a superthreader longer than her.
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Also, we're scheming to make our obligatory "Friend That Nobody Likes" pay more for our Senior Week shore house. Will keep you all updated.
Haha, nice move.

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Fuck all. Need to go grocery shopping, and maybe pick up a bottle of wine for the weekend.
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You haven't?

Well then, the two of you can fight it out.
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Ha! I remember we had this day at school to dress up as a character from something, and I went as Thomas The Tank Engine.

See, I've always been a geography nerd. From a very young age, atlases and maps fascinated me. And then in high school, geography was "my" class.

I don't watch it these days, really. Mainly because it just seems lame watching it by myself. Whenever I go up to Queensland to visit Mum, though, we'll sit down and watch it like the old days. I suppose part of the reason I don't watch it right now is because it's the early episodes with Frank, who I find intolerable. Winchester is my favourite character, you see (god, who's shocked?).
I'd have loved to see how that would've went over!

Geography/Social Studies/History were always my favourite classes in school. They were always the ones I did the best in and enjoyed the most.

Yeah, it is kinda lame watching it by yourself. I'd much rather watch it with someone! :cheesy:
Winchester! I loved him!
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How late did you sleep in Ax to the Max?
Slept from about 5am to midday. Surprisingly not overwhelmingly tired. Hopefully, though, I'll be tired enough that I get to sleep by around 3am tonight, though.
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Fuck all. Need to go grocery shopping, and maybe pick up a bottle of wine for the weekend.
I vote that you do! I don't wanna be the only drunk one!
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Yeah, I certainly hope so!

Mmm, pizza. I am sure we can reach an agreement on toppings, too. And hell, I may just take whatever since there's blueberry muffins and burning/exploding NASCAR vehicles in on it!
Now there's an ideal date!
I tend to be all about meat pizzas. Especially salami. And plenty of cheese. Onion and olives always go down a treat.
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I tend to be all about meat pizzas. Especially salami. And plenty of cheese. Onion and olives always go down a treat.
I can totally deal with the salami. Olives are superwin and well, we know how I am about onions. However, I can deal with them. Just for you.
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I ate pizza tonight, if that's anything of note.

Also, we're scheming to make our obligatory "Friend That Nobody Likes" pay more for our Senior Week shore house. Will keep you all updated.
when is that?
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I'd have loved to see how that would've went over!

Geography/Social Studies/History were always my favourite classes in school. They were always the ones I did the best in and enjoyed the most.

Yeah, it is kinda lame watching it by yourself. I'd much rather watch it with someone! :cheesy:
Winchester! I loved him!
Oh, it was great. I must've been about 6-7, and Mum helped me turn this cardboard box into a Thomas thing. I stood in the middle of it and it hung on straps over my shoulders.

I was known as the humanities guy, and nobody was surprised when I was first in Geography, Modern History, English, and Study Of Religion. They were all good times, especially Geography and SOR thanks to awesome teachers.

Winchester was a pompous bastard, but a good chap. And, well, as I said about myself last time I drunkposted, "fuck yeah, tawny port for the pompous bastard!"

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I vote that you do! I don't wanna be the only drunk one!
Oh, well, if I don't grab booze today, I'll grab it tomorrow. It just depends on how much shopping I have to carry home.
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