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new room part I

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bottom = disaster! everything everywhere! HA!
top = packed and settled... ahhh delightful

still smells like old musty people though...

a very special thanks to jamielonglegs for helping me and my flatmates move on Saturday...THANK YOU so very much and big hugs *wink*
2nd Oct 2006, 09:45   comments (0)

Saturday Night Part II

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top = trich, me, jan
bottom = me, susan, random guy named james who is a drum tutor, laurie the guy susan hooked up with hehehe
2nd Oct 2006, 09:42   comments (1)

Saturday Night part I

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Sober, Happy and ready to go after a days worth of moving heavy things, cleaning, arguing, screaming and on the verge of tears... hahaha the stress of moving.

jan at the top
susan and i
2nd Oct 2006, 09:31   comments (2)

old room

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sniff... tear, my lovely old large room with the lovely deep blue carpets... sad to say goodbye, especially to the best bed in the world, it was so, so comfy
2nd Oct 2006, 09:24   comments (0)

helmet

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jamie trying on my helmet... he obviously has a bigger head then i do...
2nd Oct 2006, 09:01   comments (0)

box fort

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jamie crashing into a bunch of boxes which was once a fort
28th Sep 2006, 16:26   comments (0)

do you like my melons?

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yes.. i spend my days at work putting fruit to my chest and taking pictures... at least this time i didn't regurgitate it!

yummy yummy cantelope and no i didn't eat it all =)
28th Sep 2006, 12:11   comments (3)

i predict... i predict a riot

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you cant see this very clearly as i was on a bus from piccadilly circus to hyde park corner (yes i was too lazy to walk)... there was a riot outside the cashmere sale store in piccadilly, it was full of middle-aged women holding signs of "animals born to die" there were a LOT of policemen there, not doing much. the chanting was quite loud... wish i remembered it now... the end
27th Sep 2006, 13:09   comments (4)