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Old 05-01-2008, 04:55 AM   #256
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So I skipped Tafe today and bought a hat instead. I think that is more studenty.
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So I skipped Tafe today and bought a hat instead. I think that is more studenty.
The Maj. and I stood around in Union House and took potshots at bad theology.
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i am really loving sigur ros
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The Maj. and I stood around in Union House and took potshots at bad theology.
Mad good times, I'm sure of it!

I was going to go meet up with a mate tonight for some (many) drinks, but he doesn't get paid until tomorrow, so I'm just gonna stay here tonight. My brother's going to a going away party, so I've got the place to myself.
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Mad good times, I'm sure of it!

I was going to go meet up with a mate tonight for some (many) drinks, but he doesn't get paid until tomorrow, so I'm just gonna stay here tonight. My brother's going to a going away party, so I've got the place to myself.
I need to do university work tonight, bleh. But for now, I'm waiting for dinner to hurry up and cook.

I swear that my lecturers are trying to dampen my interest in university by setting the dullest topics possible.
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i am really loving sigur ros
I need to get into them. I loved the song Screwtape used in his tracklist, but some of their other stuff sounds like music for babies.
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I need to get into them. I loved the song Screwtape used in his tracklist, but some of their other stuff sounds like music for babies.
what did screwtape use?

i think part of it is that you don't understand the words - for me that's a good thing, i find it soothing falling asleep or study music, but not boring.
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what did screwtape use?

i think part of it is that you don't understand the words - for me that's a good thing, i find it soothing falling asleep or study music, but not boring.
Screwtape used Myrkur.

No, the words are no problem. The song in question seriously sounded like a baby's song, in its instrumentation and composition. I think the song was Saeglopur.
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i just heard saeglopur the other day and i really liked it!
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coincidentally, i was listening to von and myrkur just started
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Myrkur made me want to hear more by the band, but then I heard Saeglopur and it sounded like something that should play from a toy in a baby's cot.
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So I skipped Tafe today and bought a hat instead. I think that is more studenty.
yay for hats !
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Old 05-01-2008, 06:16 AM   #268
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looks like it's going off in here


the light in my bathroom has been blown for 2 days and I'm still using the switch every time I go in, der.


also trying to figure out how to get out of work early tomorrow
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ummm call in dead?


hey cin tiramasu cadburys FTW
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Myrkur made me want to hear more by the band, but then I heard Saeglopur and it sounded like something that should play from a toy in a baby's cot.
yeah there are bells.

i recommend von which myrkur is on, takk, and englar alhaimsins. agaetis byrjun seems good too, but i haven't listened to the whole thing.
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