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1. Uneventful. It's embarrassing when I realise that my exams have been finished so long and I've done nothing exceptionally productive.2. Hmmmm, well the most common is that people who don't know me think I'm very athletic and like sports. Other than tennis which I have not played in a while..I'm not and I don't.3. Real love...which doesn't happen often and by chance...I believe is everlasting.4. I'd say cheesecake too.5. I am never trusted with large sums of cash...probably when I bought about 20 books at a book store a few years back...
1. Frustrating... I really should have tried harder to get a job, but didn't manage to. Now I have very little to show for it. On the plus side, I've had some great nights out with my friends in our penultimate month together, before every goes away :( On a budget too - I spent £7.20 all night on Thursday, that included pre-going out drinks, and food at the end of the night. And the place I went out was 10 miles from home. Even though I felt extremely rough in the morning, I was pleased to see so much money left in my wallet.2. Ermm... I'm a little shy when you first meet me, so first impressions can be that I'm quite quiet. But when I get to know someone I soon liven up. Then the problem is getting me to stop talking.3. Tough one... No, I don't think it does.4. Banoffee pie. A nice Banoffee pie is the possibly the nicest thing in the world.5. As you may have got the impression, I'm quite careful with money :$ Probably when I bought my ipod and speakers and all that shizz.
@ Encore Entertainment: When do your exam results come out? Good luck! :)@ Nigel: Banoffee pies are delicious!Also, £7.20 in one night is pretty good. I'm usually £10, I think? Two quid to get into two, about two quid for pre-drinks, a fiver to get into the nightclub and a quid or two more once in the club. In fact, drunk kebabs are usually the thing I waste the most money on, and they're not even all that nice. :S But yes, that budgeting of yours will come in handy!
At the end of the month...the more time goes the worse I think I did...but we shall seeTHNX for the luck...
Damn. :( If it makes you feel better, I failed one of mine, so we're all in the same boat!What do you study?
I guess you can say Law...I did law at GCE, Economics at AS and French, Sociology and Literature at CAPE [it's a Caribbean exam].
01. Fabulous- full of 'me' time02. My family think I'm arrogant, selfish and clueless. I am none of these. 03. Hmmmm I don't like this question, but Emma your answer sounds reasonable.04. Blackforest Gateau05. It's been a while.....I don't know
I just realised my answers for 1 and 2 are a slight contradiction. oops
01. Shit.02. They're not really misconceptions, so.03. If it was ever truly real it never burns out completely, I think.04. The chocolate-vanilla swirl stuff.05. No more then a couple hundred bucks on DVDs/CDs and junk.
1. boring, as all summer jobs are, i'm sure. frustrating, because i got waitlisted for med school so they won't tell me what to do better on for next year, and i don't know how hard i need to study for the mcat this year...2. they think i'm weird. or they think i'm smart and/or study a lot. neither of which are really true. i am the laziest person alive.3. love is a lie.4. pudding in the non-british sense: the swirly cherry stuff. pudding in the british sense: any cake with the non-plastified icing (the kind they use on birthday cakes in stores). cream cheese icing is the shit.5. paying tuition every year.
@ JD: wai shit? :(
I see... anything I could work out for myself by stalking you Facebook?
You're probably more likely if you stalk-search my Twitter.
Reading between the lines, I think I have a rough idea. Aww. ILU, k? ♥
And I went through a really similar thing when I was 16, and I made it out alive, so I firmly believe you can too!
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