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Old 03-06-2008, 06:51 AM   #691
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Personally, I think Russia would be made of win.

and snow and vodka
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im also a fan of FTW as fuck the world hehehehe
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Phail Collins - a name to describe someone who epicly phails.

FTW = For the win.
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oooooh yeah, Russia too.

I just want to go anywhere really
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Yes indeed it is! I absolutely adore his work ... one of the best things that has happened to me was seeing some of his paintings in person, in Vienna (when I went travelling in Europe).

Amazing
I thought it looked like one of his, but I'm not enormously familiar with a lot of his work. Though I did a brief study on The Kiss recently.

Hopefully this year or next I'll finally visit Europe, where I can travel through museums and galleries and battle sites and drink Belgian beer... at least, that's my idealized view of the holiday.

Greece and Turkey are my number one places to visit, though.
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I just want to travel outside of Brunswick West/Parkville more often.
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I just want to travel outside of Brunswick West/Parkville more often.
me = same for geelong .
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I thought it looked like one of his, but I'm not enormously familiar with a lot of his work. Though I did a brief study on The Kiss recently.

Hopefully this year or next I'll finally visit Europe, where I can travel through museums and galleries and battle sites and drink Belgian beer... at least, that's my idealized view of the holiday.

Greece and Turkey are my number one places to visit, though.
That sounds like a fantastic plan! Good for you .. you'll have a brilliant time

And the Belgian beer is pretty tasty .. and knocks yer socks off not that I would know anything about that ..

I've been to Greece too (on a seperate trip .. ages ago, with my mum .. my grandad was from Greece). I absolutely LOVED it. It is so beautiful, so much history. Greece has the bluest skies I've ever seen! Amazing place
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I just want to travel outside of Brunswick West/Parkville more often.


I'd better get started on that list then, hadn't I!
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That sounds like a fantastic plan! Good for you .. you'll have a brilliant time

And the Belgian beer is pretty tasty .. and knocks yer socks off not that I would know anything about that ..

I've been to Greece too (on a seperate trip .. ages ago, with my mum .. my grandad was from Greece). I absolutely LOVED it. It is so beautiful, so much history. Greece has the bluest skies I've ever seen! Amazing place
Yeah, my sister went on one of those Contiki tours about a year ago (she hasn't returned, found a boyfriend in England!). She said Greece was the best part of the tour (stayed at Mykonos and Athens, traveled past Thermopylai and Meteora too, I think). I know Thermopylai is just like a road next to a hill but I'd probably die if I went there and saw the statues of Leonidas and the Thespian Eros.

I love Belgian beer. I imagine it's probably even better there than it is here too...
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I'd better get started on that list then, hadn't I!


Part of the problem is I don't know many people in Melbourne and going by myself and playing Nigel No-friends gets lame after a while.
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ax, just reading your blog, congrats on the history award
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I love Belgian beer. I imagine it's probably even better there than it is here too...
it's good

You'll love Greece I loved going to Delphi .. and yes, Mykonos is beautiful (and Santorini too )

I'd love to go again *sigh*
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ok gnite thread !


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working late tomorrow nite ... urgh 14 hr day


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