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lol my friend is like that and forgets names and stuff today we were playing monster hunter freedom with each other and we went to kill a gyceperos but he couldnt say it and he ended up calling jaypricot lol :D that was random :shock: :D

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Two things I am extremely happy about.

One is that an incredible guy by the name of Dan Larson helped us (David and a few know what I am talking about) out by making a fantastic site layout for us. It looks amazing, and it gets me more excited about the day I get to show some of you the work some of us have done.

Next is that I may have potentially aided someone on this forum landing a job that deals with programming, one of his passions. It is awesome to think about him becoming a professional programmer, especially for a project that has excited me from day one.

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I'm happy cos my site is looking very nice, now all I need to do is write some stuff for it. :) Oh, & get a domain name & some hosting....

dA

Son, someday you will make a girl happy for a short period of time. Then she'll leave you & be with men that are ten times

better than you can imagine. These men are called musicians. :D

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It is a BEAUTIFUL day outside! :-)

 

The Doctor: There was a goblin, or a trickster, or a warrior... A nameless, terrible thing, soaked in the blood of a billion galaxies. The most feared being in all the cosmos. And nothing could stop it, or hold it, or reason with it. One day it would just drop out of the sky and tear down your world.
Amy: But how did it end up in there?
The Doctor: You know fairy tales. A good wizard tricked it.
River Song: I hate good wizards in fairy tales; they always turn out to be him.

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I love sunshine AND storms.

 

The Doctor: There was a goblin, or a trickster, or a warrior... A nameless, terrible thing, soaked in the blood of a billion galaxies. The most feared being in all the cosmos. And nothing could stop it, or hold it, or reason with it. One day it would just drop out of the sky and tear down your world.
Amy: But how did it end up in there?
The Doctor: You know fairy tales. A good wizard tricked it.
River Song: I hate good wizards in fairy tales; they always turn out to be him.

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I just like storms. Oddly enough, however, while I like rain, I am neither at home nor in water nor in air, ether or earth. I prefer the fire, but the closest I can get to it is a candle's flame, and that is almost something completely separate, in my opinion.

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I just like storms. Oddly enough, however, while I like rain, I am neither at home nor in water nor in air, ether or earth. I prefer the fire, but the closest I can get to it is a candle's flame, and that is almost something completely separate, in my opinion.

I like storms as well, during the weekends, when I just feel like hanging around the house. If it happends during the week, well, it's not a good scene, since a roomful of 2 year olds stuck inside is not a good mix! :shock:

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I just like storms. Oddly enough, however, while I like rain, I am neither at home nor in water nor in air, ether or earth. I prefer the fire, but the closest I can get to it is a candle's flame, and that is almost something completely separate, in my opinion.

I like storms as well, during the weekends, when I just feel like hanging around the house. If it happends during the week, well, it's not a good scene, since a roomful of 2 year olds stuck inside is not a good mix! :shock:

Me too - I like rain as long as it is not on Tuesdays since I have outdoor PE on Tuesday! :twisted:

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I'm happy because:

We went to see the Spiderwick Chronicles yesterday.

The above allowed me to stay up until midnight.

I was not tired at all even though it was midnight.

I came up with another Emelia theory.

I have so many reasons to be happy.

I am listening to nice music.

Doctor Who starts soon.

I have learned a great many new words and their meaning lately.

I have had 11 days off school in a row, and our holidays haven't even started yet.

The above means that I don't have to be followed around by 8 mad, deranged, insane girls.

The above also means I don't have to be involved in the argument that is now largely out of hand.

So, I have many reasons to be happy.

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I have had 11 days off school in a row, and our holidays haven't even started yet.

That explains why I've seen you online at times such as 10am or 12/1pm (when you should be at school)!

How come you got to miss school anyway?

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The first five days everyone got, one was because of teacher training, another Easter, then the weekend, then another teacher training day. However, over those five days, I got infected with a virus, so I had to stay at home for another four days, then this current weekend. I've got the whole of this week, and then I get 16 days off for Easter holidays.

My other happiness: even though I must attend school tomorrow, I can't do swimming lessons because I can't breathe properly, and all of our lessons take place UNDER the water now, so I get to stay at school and do maths and stuff! YAY!

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The first five days everyone got, one was because of teacher training, another Easter, then the weekend, then another teacher training day. However, over those five days, I got infected with a virus, so I had to stay at home for another four days, then this current weekend. I've got the whole of this week, and then I get 16 days off for Easter holidays.

My other happiness: even though I must attend school tomorrow, I can't do swimming lessons because I can't breathe properly, and all of our lessons take place UNDER the water now, so I get to stay at school and do maths and stuff! YAY!

Good for you - you have no idea how much I hated my swimming lessons. (In a way, the teacher kinda gave up on me if you know what I mean!). That was a great relief when the teacher gave up on me!

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That's the way in which we're different: your teacher has given up on you, mine goes "I know it's hard, Ben, but I know by the end of the lesson you'll have this. You're that sort of kid." and on only my second go, I end up showing the whole class how it's done. Yes, I can actually swim now, I'm progressing quite swiftly, I just don't LIKE it as such. I like the lessons, but I don't like being good at them. It's embarrassing.

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