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There has to be something wrong with the airline industry. I am looking for airplane tickets to Calgary in February for my mom's 80th birthday. The cheapest is over $400 and the one the fit my time and at cheapest is $500. The tickets for my trip to Hong Kong cost me $1057. If I booked the same flights that I took to Calgary this month, it will cost me over $800.

And for someone who hates flying, it will be the third occasion that I fly within approx. 9 months
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Men are hard to buy gifts. Mine are worse because they do not much and usually get what they want when they want it.
So true.

The only male I know who is easy to buy for loves to cook so I can always have that avenue for gifts.
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I totally forgot I contributed to Nole & Uniglo's "Clothes for smiles" project
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Does he like history? This book Team of Rivals is good. Also a book I always recommend for those who like to read is The Forgotten 500 Really, interesting book about the rescue of U.S. airmen who were shot down over Serbia and saved and hidden by the resistance and then finally rescued. It's got romance and derring do and is like reading a movie.
He does...in a way.

Currently I might get him tickets to see jerry Springer lol

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Lee you're making me jealous, due to the fact you bought UNIQLO clothes. I really want some in the nole range but a) they don't sell the Nole range on the UK site and b) it wouldn't suit me yet .

Mark Lenders banged your girlfriend, I'm sorry to tell you that mate.
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I read someone missed me

My awful week (more like 10 days) is over. Next exam only in January

How's everyone? Tell me the news!
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So many people wanting to be asked questions in NT
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That's still a very good piece of work. Don't know why you were a bit disappointed with it?
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So many people wanting to be asked questions in NT
I'm quite surprised how many egoistic posters there are.

Are you okay, exams went well?
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Exams went well. And no more oral exams until summer. *phew*

Now I feel bored. NID...

How about your dead line?
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I'm not surprised.

Have you done your Christmas shopping yet?
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How about your dead line?
I got a week's extension. I still haven't done it yet and I'm not even sure if I can be bothered to do it thoroughly. It counts for 7% of the course's overall result. Might as well save my energy for exams in January and May.

Maybe I'll feel a sudden urge of motivation to get it done over the weekend, I don't know?
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I'm not surprised.

Have you done your Christmas shopping yet?
No money for Christmas shopping, this country is broke.

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I got a week's extension. I still haven't done it yet and I'm not even sure if I can be bothered to do it thoroughly. It counts for 7% of the course's overall result. Might as well save my energy for exams in January and May.

Maybe I'll feel a sudden urge of motivation to get it done over the weekend, I don't know?
7% is a lot... what is about? How many pages?
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No money for Christmas shopping, this country is broke.
You should try Christams shopping on a tight budget, it's quite fun actually!

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7% is a lot... what is about? How many pages?
It's a presentation and write-up about the physical properties of iron. The presentation part of it isn't so bad, but the write-up requires lots of effort. It has to be 1500 words and include complicated diagrams.
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It's a presentation and write-up about the physical properties of iron. The presentation par of it isn't so bad, but the write-up requires lots of effort. It has to be 1500 words and include complicated diagrams.
How to put this the right way...

Stop being lazy and get to work!! 7% is a lot, besides, it's always a chance to learn. If it was about a lack of time for other important activities, then you'd have an excuse. But it's not like you're going to use the time you were supposed to be writing this to actually do some intense studying, is it?
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