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Old 16-03-2013, 23:59
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It was okay i mean seeing amputation is never a pleasant experience
It's about as pleasant as a trip to the dentist Even Miss Airy-Fairy's lecture are less painful.
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Old 17-03-2013, 10:04
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Morning! Happy St Patrick's Day
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Old 17-03-2013, 10:41
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Morning

^ Happy St Patrick's Day, CNBC! How will you be celebrating?

I've just re-watched Breaking Dawn Part 1 and now i'm watching Part 2, though my Mum's just woke up so I can see her complaining all the way through.
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Old 17-03-2013, 10:54
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^ Happy St Patrick's Day, CNBC! How will you be celebrating?
I'm off to a parade in a couple of hours. I'm taking a friend along and I have to pick her up at 12. She's an Indian girl who's doing a PhD (but not in Law) at my university and she's been here since 2009. She loves Ireland. I'm all decked out in green for the day
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Old 17-03-2013, 10:58
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Happy St. Patrick's day enjoy the parade and i bet you looking very fetching all decked out in green

And haha mimi just turn up the volume
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Old 17-03-2013, 11:16
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Happy St. Patrick's day enjoy the parade and i bet you looking very fetching all decked out in green

And haha mimi just turn up the volume
Oh I'll enjoy it alright You could say that I wonder what you know who and French Dude are doing?
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Old 17-03-2013, 11:23
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Oh I'll enjoy it alright You could say that I wonder what you know who and French Dude are doing?
Haha was it guiness for Breakfast lunch and dinner Andif they have any sense will be out celebrating like any normal person
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Old 17-03-2013, 11:37
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Haha was it guiness for Breakfast lunch and dinner Andif they have any sense will be out celebrating like any normal person
No They're probably getting drunk. I know French Dude said he drinks on Paddy's Day.
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Old 17-03-2013, 11:39
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Are any of you in London regularly? I'm going to London to see a show on Tuesday but me and my friend and getting their early to spend the day there.

We don't know what to do We haven't really planned anything up until now. Neither of us are particularly London-savvy! We get off of the train at Victoria station if that is any help.

Thanks
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Old 17-03-2013, 11:43
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Mini it depends if you want to go sightseeing or shopping. If you want to go shopping there's loads of places to go (including Apple Stores ).
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Old 17-03-2013, 12:07
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Are any of you in London regularly? I'm going to London to see a show on Tuesday but me and my friend and getting their early to spend the day there.

We don't know what to do We haven't really planned anything up until now. Neither of us are particularly London-savvy! We get off of the train at Victoria station if that is any help.

Thanks
I'm in London all the time. I wouldn't really bother with shopping at like Oxford street if I were you (that's where most people head) I'd go to Camden and Portobello.

Camden is easy to get to from Victoria, Get a zone 1 & 2 all day ticket. Get the Victoria line to Warren street then get the Northern Line to Camden.
If you decide to go to Portobello then I always get off at Notting Hill then walk (follow the signs) but there's also some cool music/record shops around there too.

You could also visit some museums. Portrait Gallery and the Victoria and Albert museum are my favourites.
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Old 17-03-2013, 12:37
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^ Thanks for the replies. Mum & I have been looking at the tube station in London. Looks easy in theory but I can see it being a nightmare! Haha

EDIT: How far is it from Victoria Station to Covent Garden and what is the easiest and cheapest way of doing so? Thank you.
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Old 17-03-2013, 12:52
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^ Thanks for the replies. Mum & I have been looking at the tube station in London. Looks easy in theory but I can see it being a nightmare! Haha

EDIT: How far is it from Victoria Station to Covent Garden and what is the easiest and cheapest way of doing so? Thank you.
It's not as bad as you anticipate.

Covent Garden isn't far. Get the Victoria line to Green Park then the Piccadilly line to Covent Garden. Takes about 10 minutes? You can get to everywhere in Central London in no time at all.
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Old 17-03-2013, 15:35
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^ Covent Garden has the biggest Apple Store in the world so it's definitely worth visiting, if only to get a taste of my lifestyle
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Old 17-03-2013, 16:17
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Haha only you would no that CNBC

Just checking Car insurance bugger me its expensive
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Old 17-03-2013, 16:42
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Haha only you would no that CNBC

Just checking Car insurance bugger me its expensive
I haven't even started looking for car insurance but I know that my brother's is over 2000 a year so mine is likely to be of a similar price.
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Old 17-03-2013, 17:07
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Haha only you would no that CNBC

Just checking Car insurance bugger me its expensive
Of course That's insurance companies for you. They want you to pay an arm, leg, kidney and kneecap.
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Old 17-03-2013, 18:05
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I know and as a first time driver it is always so much more but alas it must be done And it also depnds on the car mimi like for instance mine is a W reg Vauxhall Corsa but the cheapest was 1,300 for comprehensive and 1,050 for Third party theft and fire.

And listening to Marina & the Diamonds- Electra Heart such an underrated and misunderstood album love it ;p
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Old 17-03-2013, 19:01
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So glad you had a fun and productive trip ZB
Yes, it was very fun and productive in both the History of WW1 and the increasing acts of randomness by me and my girlfriend which leads to freaked out reactions from other people. Wow, I am sounding posh now. Quick go back to random
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This weekend seems to have been forever but then that is probably because the trip seemed like an extra 2 days off.
Also, apparently on of my teachers has been arrested which is a bit strange and confusing. I will have to ask my other friends for extra info
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Old 17-03-2013, 19:14
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Yes, it was very fun and productive in both the History of WW1 and the increasing acts of randomness by me and my girlfriend which leads to freaked out reactions from other people. Wow, I am sounding posh now. Quick go back to random
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This weekend seems to have been forever but then that is probably because the trip seemed like an extra 2 days off.
Also, apparently on of my teachers has been arrested which is a bit strange and confusing. I will have to ask my other friends for extra info
I studied History in school and college The Rise of Nazi Germany etc. and haha sounds like an ever increasingly random and fun trip i mean arrests now
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Old 17-03-2013, 21:00
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I know and as a first time driver it is always so much more but alas it must be done And it also depnds on the car mimi like for instance mine is a W reg Vauxhall Corsa but the cheapest was 1,300 for comprehensive and 1,050 for Third party theft and fire.

And listening to Marina & the Diamonds- Electra Heart such an underrated and misunderstood album love it ;p
Well you're required by law to have car insurance so indeed it has to be done Just make sure to keep your kneecaps where nature intended them to be. I saw that album at a college CD fair and I meant to buy it but I didn't. Maybe next time
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Old 17-03-2013, 21:39
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Morning! Happy St Patrick's Day
I am entering my 6000th post on DS on St Patrick's Day! By way of a claim to fame, St Patrick's Day was my most successful Saturday for sales at work all year!
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Old 17-03-2013, 22:50
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Well you're required by law to have car insurance so indeed it has to be done Just make sure to keep your kneecaps where nature intended them to be. I saw that album at a college CD fair and I meant to buy it but I didn't. Maybe next time
It is indeed and hopefully i'll be competent enogh not only to pass but be a safe driver And you should get it i think you'll like it its a great album

And well done Multemedia great sales and 6,000 post very prodctive day
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Old 17-03-2013, 23:11
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It is indeed and hopefully i'll be competent enogh not only to pass but be a safe driver And you should get it i think you'll like it its a great album

And well done Multemedia great sales and 6,000 post very prodctive day
I hope so I did Insurance Law last year so if you need any legal advice I'm the one to ask I might get it at the next CD fair.
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Old 17-03-2013, 23:24
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I hope so I did Insurance Law last year so if you need any legal advice I'm the one to ask I might get it at the next CD fair.
I think it's pretty straight forward even for me but i will know who to go to if it gets the better of me And also get her first one The Family Jewels if its there Marina is a great artist
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