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Old 12-02-2012, 11:38 PM   #1126
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Default Re: Gimpy vLove Shack vol. 3: Cool young Brits hub + their bros.

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Originally Posted by EnriqueIG8 View Post
Le Tripster.

How are ya today? And how are you dealing with the massive etiquette on yourself being the favourite in the PopCon?
Oops I missed this post.

Hello. There's no pressure at all because I'm losing to Mikey in the QF and everyone expects that, no? How are you Javi?

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Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
What are you implying?
Nothing, just the obvious - that the most important information is the date of the gig. And the price, of course...and the venue...
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Champagne, tea, socialising and then maybe a few minutes of watching tennis. That's the attitude that people who attend Queen's have.
Seriously? Is it worth going to?

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Whatever happened to give and take?
I could send you my shitty essay.

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Really strange. I couldn't describe them on here without embarrassing myself
That's why the private messages function exists.

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I'm permanently glued to MTF, it seems. Same shit as Facebook, just a different shade of brown.
That's pretty disgusting. I'm glued to both, though more MTF than Facebook. It's terrible.

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I love a good stalker.
It's not that hard typing someone's name into the search function. I can't even find out where he did his undergrad.
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