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Old 05-03-2008, 07:05 AM   #916
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I'm trying to piece together what happened last night. I started on Rundle St. with a mate and at around 11:30 he left to go a party when we were at the Shisha house on Hindley. So I went to the pub nearby for what I was hoping would be the last drink of the night, but then I start talking to these young guys there and one of them, who was a DJ, buys me a shot of sambucca, and we take a taxi to Norwood for a party, and I vaguely remember getting high and playing a card game that even then was boring.

Okay, at least I can remember stuff.
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I never forget what i need. I just wonder if i really need it.
I'm such a stinge with myself that I know if I think I need something, I really do need it. And half the time when I want something, odds are I actually need it too.
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My napoli sauce is always such total guesswork and experimentation. I'm surprised it always comes out edible. This time, it's very peppery, not that that's a bad thing. And I put way too much parmesan on this. But mmm, gnocchi napoli.
There is no such thing as too much parmesan.
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Oh fuck it. My neighbours security light is fucked. It goes off for about a second and comes back on every three minutes or so. That's going to be irritating.

Wait, now it's off.
In America, you could probably sue them for that.

In Australia, it's probably enough to start a good old front yard brawl.
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This tends to be a true statement.

How do you feel towards blue cheese?
Disgusted by the concept, love the taste in small amounts on crackers.
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Ain't nothin' like an hour of hungover driving.
i remember when i used to be so badly hungover to drive i would have to prop myself up with my elbow on the window sil
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There is no such thing as too much parmesan.
There is when the stuff costs too much and you're trying to limit how much you buy because you go through it shockingly quickly.
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You don't have front yard brawls in NZ?
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There is when the stuff costs too much and you're trying to limit how much you buy because you go through it shockingly quickly.
Less gnocchi napoli, more cereal.
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You don't have front yard brawls in NZ?
We're too civilised.
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In America, you could probably sue them for that.

In Australia, it's probably enough to start a good old front yard brawl.
I could just close my blind, but i like my city view.

If it comes back on i'll just wander down and remove the bulbs.
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You're too busy being paedophiles.
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Probably the best Porcupine Tree album in my opinion. The only dud track is Don't Hate Me, which is too long and has saxophone, which Pink Floyd had already proven doesn't work in rock.

Piano Lessons is my favourite PT song. Even Less is obviously a classic. Pure Narcotic, Slave Called Shiver, This Is No Rehearsal, A Smart Kid, and Stop Swimming are my other top picks. A Smart Kid was amazing live for its atmosphere.
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I'm trying to piece together what happened last night. I started on Rundle St. with a mate and at around 11:30 he left to go a party when we were at the Shisha house on Hindley. So I went to the pub nearby for what I was hoping would be the last drink of the night, but then I start talking to these young guys there and one of them, who was a DJ, buys me a shot of sambucca, and we take a taxi to Norwood for a party, and I vaguely remember getting high and playing a card game that even then was boring.

Okay, at least I can remember stuff.



sounds like you had a good nite!


did you still have clothes in the morning?

were you headbutting a fence?
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