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    unleashing some of my boredom.. hmpf..



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob
    I was drinking Gin n Tonic at his age
    Moved on to better drinks now eh Rob!
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    Well it was whatever I could scavenge from my parents - they reckoned that if they gave me drinks like Campari and Soda and Gin and Tonic that I wouldn't want to drink them.... great strategy mum and dad!

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    Just woke up. G'morning.
    And guess what, I'm gonna have a biiiiiig mug of cofee. right now. mmmmm. Actually it is unhealthy if you think it is, but if you just drink and like it, it does no harm. Triumph of the spirit over the body.
    Oh, and yeah, irish cofee's awesome.
    Ok, so before i get sucked in by that unfinishable debate, get late to skool, get kicked out and ruin my life, guess i'll go have my coffee
    So hey, have a nice day, guys and i'll be missing that place all day @ skool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob
    Well it was whatever I could scavenge from my parents - they reckoned that if they gave me drinks like Campari and Soda and Gin and Tonic that I wouldn't want to drink them.... great strategy mum and dad!

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    So it's just pints of Lager now, Rob?
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    they were saying the other day on the news that now they think coffee is good for you, wish these people would make up their mind...

    ...i prefare a nice cup of tea anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xmetal
    So it's just pints of Lager now, Rob?
    Mainly bitter in the pub - a good pint of Sussex. Stella in cans for home and endless cups of Blend37 in the office.

    Coffee, like everything, is probably good for you in moderation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bace
    Seconded.
    Thirded, i tried, but never could "acquire" a taste for it, nasty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandra
    my fave-o-all-times John Steinbeck quote:
    "And finally, in our time a beard is the one thing a woman cannot do better than a man, or if she can, her success is assured only in a circus."
    is this the "grapes of wrath" steinbeck??? :puke-rig:

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    I've been watching Monk all morning (I have the first three seasons on DVD...I love that show), but now I'm about to make some lunch and watch The Simpsons. Yes, I am having a lazy day! I think I'll go visit my sister later though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTHphoto
    is this the "grapes of wrath" steinbeck??? :puke-rig:
    Himslef in person. That quote was from "travels with charley", but I didn't read the grapes of wrath, so I can't comment the vomit... TWC is great, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verbal
    I've been watching Monk all morning (I have the first three seasons on DVD...I love that show), but now I'm about to make some lunch and watch The Simpsons. Yes, I am having a lazy day! I think I'll go visit my sister later though.
    well, I've been at skool. Lazy day too - last one before the Xmas exams! yay, I'm dying tomorrow! Just got back home. Now going to "study"

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    grapes of wrath was the first and last thing i had to read of his. my sister loves him too, but this book was HORRIBLE. he took a whole chapter to describe a turtle crossing the road, it was like 30 pages .

    "A turtle crossed the road". BAM. done, 5 words. was that so hard???

    every other chapter was like this, completely pointless, there was a literary term for it, but i think i just didn't get it. i wasn't really into the classics. i'm just bitter because they made us read a 500 page novel over the summer, that's just wrong .


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    I have to buy my 10yr old brother a PS2 game. Which one is good right now?
    It's ok. I'm gone now. You can all go back to being perfectly nice to each other.

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    If it gets boring then just resurrect an old thread.
    This is the one that really got me hooked on TPF.
    I think it was time it was given a new lease of life - or maybe we should just let it grow back....
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