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Old 12-02-2012, 11:25 PM   #1124
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Default Re: Gimpy vLove Shack vol. 3: Cool young Brits hub + their bros.

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Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
That's really not very helpful. I would consider coming if I knew when tickets went on sale. :rolleyes
The important thing is that you know about the gig and you know generally when it's going to be.

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I think one merely books them online. It's not that popular an event. The same cannot be said for Queen's. A tournament I detest.
Oh Queen's requires a ballot, right? Why do you detest it? Too pretentious? I might have to check it out then...

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The reason I don't believe you is because they truly are shit. You'd have to have a poor sense of humour not to laugh at them.
This just makes me want to read them even more. Show me.

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Oh, they aren't weird like that!
Then what are they like?

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I don't use it all that much. Maybe check it once a day, but nothing more. I do use it to message people if I want something dine, or to do something, however.
Ah, you're not one of those youngsters who are permanently glued to Facebook. It's pretty scary how I have virtually my whole life on FB...

I found my cute professor on FB. Didn't manage to find out anything about him that I didn't already know though.
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