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I'm still in denial about the fact that today I spent 6 hours travelling forth and back to a city to have exactly 2 hours of class. Same thing tomorrow and the day after. And Friday I get to go to Antwerp. What have I gotten myself into?!!
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Re: We are as fine as two fine things enjoying a fine day out in Fineland.

Bump.

It seems that nobody has been in DENIAL for the last five months.
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Bump.

It seems that nobody has been in DENIAL for the last five months.
You teaser!

Seeing the thread bumped, I thought something good bad happened!




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Is Frensje still comnig here, btw ?

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I think she's in Indian Wells, or about to go there. She doesn't need DENIAL for now

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Re: We are as fine as two fine things enjoying a fine day out in Fineland.

don't think she's going to IW at least that was the last I heard. she's got an exam next week

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she's got an exam next week
No she doesn't.
I also don't have 18 exams in the next five weeks. And I certainly haven't been living like a recluse studying for them.

just so you know, I always look impeccable while I'm studying. None of that sweatpants, unwashed hair in a scrunchy, living of sandwiches and bananas stuff going on
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of course! I'm the picture of glam when I'm studying too. none of that living on frozen waffles and stuff.

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Seeing the thread bumped, I thought something good bad happened!
What is this "bad" you speak of?
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just so you know, I always look impeccable while I'm studying. None of that sweatpants, unwashed hair in a scrunchy, living of sandwiches and bananas stuff going on
Of course. I don't know about you, but I have personal butlers who deliver me my food on a silver platter whenever I have to study. Not that I have to study, mind you. I have people for that too.

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What is this "bad" you speak of?

Of course. I don't know about you, but I have personal butlers who deliver me my food on a silver platter whenever I have to study. Not that I have to study, mind you. I have people for that too.


It's not like I have 3 essays due in the next 2 weeks

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oooh. and I dind't bomb my midterm and my presentation

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Well done!!

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It's not like I have 3 essays due in the next 2 weeks


I'm totally studying the happiest course of next week's exam: Pain Medication. It's sooo.. cheery


(seriously, all this talk about chronic pain and euthanasia makes me just want to kill myself -I'll just look in the brochure they gave us- )
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I didn't flunk my exam today.















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