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Post by Evan » Fri Sep 04, 2009 8:45 am

Pete wrote: After I saw you at Reading I tangled your name and my friend Owen's together when I was attempting to shout to him and just shouted 'Oven' really loudly.
That's because I'm hot!








I'm sorry. It was too easy.

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Post by norelation » Fri Sep 04, 2009 8:48 am

robmcburger wrote:
norelation wrote:
robmcburger wrote:a friend of mine was boning a prozzie and accidentally punched her in the face. good that.
Can't quite believe I read that. Why "good" - or am I missing a tone of sarcasm?
I just hate women.
Oh, that's alright then. :?

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Post by Pete » Fri Sep 04, 2009 8:54 am

Evan wrote:
Pete wrote: After I saw you at Reading I tangled your name and my friend Owen's together when I was attempting to shout to him and just shouted 'Oven' really loudly.
That's because I'm hot!








I'm sorry. It was too easy.
Ha, his exact response was 'are you calling me Oven because i'm so hot?'

Great minds and all that...
frank wrote:Think of it like weight-lifting. High notes are heavy weights.

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Post by robmcburger » Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:47 am

norelation wrote:
robmcburger wrote:
norelation wrote: Can't quite believe I read that. Why "good" - or am I missing a tone of sarcasm?
I just hate women.
Oh, that's alright then. :?

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Too true.

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Post by greg » Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:17 am

i really do hope that today is the final day of house hunting. never occurred to me how arduous a process it would be. my feet really rather hurt.

ps. pete: clapham is decent.

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Post by Pete » Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:21 am

greg wrote:i really do hope that today is the final day of house hunting. never occurred to me how arduous a process it would be. my feet really rather hurt.

ps. pete: clapham is decent.
If it's Clapham Junction you are referring to, you are wrong. Very very wrong.
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Post by greg » Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:25 am

nope. not been there. we've been looking around clapham south really, and i must say i rather like it. same with clapham common. interestingly, clapham north was much less appealing.

there are definitely a number of hooray henries around, but i'm becoming a lawyer (touch wood), so i can't let that bother me..

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Post by Aprils » Fri Sep 04, 2009 12:18 pm

Robbie Williams new music video is finished. I helped load the footage in myself.

It was painful.


It's no rudebox thouugh.






Shake yer rudebox

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Post by Prester John » Fri Sep 04, 2009 12:23 pm

Saw this last night, the latest Coldplay video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYtk1Z0UUuE

Regardless of the song, what are people's thoughts on the video?

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Post by Aprils » Fri Sep 04, 2009 12:28 pm

great video. Really clever especially when it all 'pops back to reality' at the end.

Everyone is doing something along the lines of stop motion animations at the moment. Seems to be the thing to do.

Always look lovely though.


Fucking coldplay

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Post by norelation » Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:27 pm

greg wrote:nope. not been there. we've been looking around clapham south really, and i must say i rather like it. same with clapham common. interestingly, clapham north was much less appealing.

there are definitely a number of hooray henries around, but i'm becoming a lawyer (touch wood), so i can't let that bother me..
One fewer than once there were: I lived in 3 different places round Clapham South from 1989 to 2003 (serially, not in parallel). Lovely area - and a much better chance of actually being able to get on the tube in the morning that either Common or North can offer.

Whereabouts? Anywhere near Northcote Road, or more over towards Balham?
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Post by Pete » Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:30 pm

norelation wrote:
greg wrote:nope. not been there. we've been looking around clapham south really, and i must say i rather like it. same with clapham common. interestingly, clapham north was much less appealing.

there are definitely a number of hooray henries around, but i'm becoming a lawyer (touch wood), so i can't let that bother me..
One fewer than once there were: I lived in 3 different places round Clapham South from 1989 to 2003 (serially, not in parallel). Lovely area - and a much better chance of actually being able to get on the tube in the morning that either Common or North can offer.

Whereabouts? Anywhere near Northcote Road, or more over towards Balham?
Urgh, Northcote Road.

Even when you get on the northern line, it doesn't stop the fact as soon as the train hits anywhere near town you will be suffocating in hideous heat / peopleage.

Balham is okayish.

Still go Wandsworth Town ahead of all of those, mind you. Alma and Ship.
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Post by greg » Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:31 pm

it's on lessar avenue - we've just got it off the market, i'm going to run the rule over it tomorrow morning, but it's highly unlikely that i'll veto it as i'm considerably less fussy about things than my two (future) flatmates..

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Post by Pete » Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:33 pm

frank wrote:Think of it like weight-lifting. High notes are heavy weights.

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Post by greg » Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:36 pm

nope. ;)

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