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Old 03-25-2008, 03:07 AM   #346
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It's 3 AM, and I'm honestly contemplating the beginnings of an epic CD collection cataloging project. Basically, what happens when I get really bored late at night when my parents are still awake.
um, dare I ask what happens when you get really bored at night and your parents are not still awake?
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I know we still call lunch at Christmas time Christmas Dinner.

But who regularly still uses the term?
Nobody younger than about 65 in my experience!
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I know we still call lunch at Christmas time Christmas Dinner.

But who regularly still uses the term?
On Sundays my family had dinner at 2 pm. No lunch. But then supper at like 8 or 9 (very small meal).
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I picked some up today and it got the better of me and the steak!!
I might have to wander down to the local Woolworths tomorrow
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Too bad someone named it after the beverage, and therefore it's associated with it.
Too bad Americans are so ignorant that that's the only association they can make.
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um, dare I ask what happens when you get really bored at night and your parents are not still awake?
Let's just say that Screwtape would have no idea what I was talking about, even if I carefully described it to him.
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Let's just say that Screwtape would have no idea what I was talking about, even if I carefully described it to him.
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Let's just say that Screwtape would have no idea what I was talking about, even if I carefully described it to him.
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I had a Lipton Iced Tea today.

Not bad, but i won't be buying it again.


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Too bad Americans are so ignorant that that's the only association they can make.
So "tea" is no longer a beverage? It's now a meal, too? I can be silly, too. I'm going to have morning Coke tomorrow (no coke included, but of course, you oughta fucking know that or you're an ignorant New Zealander/Australian).
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So "tea" is no longer a beverage? It's now a meal, too? I can be silly, too. I'm going to have morning Coke tomorrow (no coke included, but of course, you oughta fucking know that or you're an ignorant New Zealander/Australian).

mmmm morning coke



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I've had my iPod for three years and it doesn't have a mark on it.

I had my old phone for nearly 4 or 5 years and it's not in great shape, but it's still quite acceptable.

I've had my new phone since my birthday, 5 days ago. I've been using the phone for 4 days and the bloody thing is already scratched to hell.
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I had a Lipton Iced Tea today.

Not bad, but i won't be buying it again.


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From powder, or straight out of a bottle? Love that stuff, I must say.
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So "tea" is no longer a beverage? It's now a meal, too? I can be silly, too. I'm going to have morning Coke tomorrow (no coke included, but of course, you oughta fucking know that or you're an ignorant New Zealander/Australian).
Funny how the usage of 'tea' to refer to a meal is centuries old. Not my fault you and your ignorant compatriots weren't aware of it.
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