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    That OT is quite amusing at the mo...some very funny comments from certain posters..

    ..and that the 4 categories of attractiveness thread is showing good potential...
    And I recall my fall from grace, another time another place..

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    I think it's really disappointing of her - would only take a minute or two of her time....
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    Wishful thinking on your behalf.

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    Bacon Sarnies...mmm yummm

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    how lucky is this bloke?

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    ****ing cyclists, thats all I'm saying....
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    That using the day before my General Studies exam to go to the beach was the best way possible. Such an epic, epic day. **** A-levels.

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    General Studies ffs, think I slept half the exam and still got a B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    General Studies ffs, think I slept half the exam and still got a B.
    Haha, yeah. Am not sweating that, the fact I said I'd read at the beach in preperation for my English exam on Thursday however...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    That using the day before my General Studies exam to go to the beach was the best way possible. Such an epic, epic day. **** A-levels.
    You're in England aren't you mate? Which beach did you go to, out of interest?
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    Whitsand Bay. Specifically to the "Main" (Withnoe) section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    Whitsand Bay. Specifically to the "Main" (Withnoe) section.
    Ah ok. Is that North or South? Did you go for a dip? I stuck my feet in the water over there last week, and my balls disappeared up to my armpits, it was that cold.

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    South West, and yeah. I did indeed go for a swim, was bloody cold at the start of the day but warmed up and by about 1pm going out as far as belly button height was warm enough. The first dip was so cold it just knocked the breath out of me. Trotted over to a different part of the beach to do a little jumping as well, tide was in before we left to get there though so was an absolute nightmare, amount of ridiculously rocks we had to climb and then somehow negotiate our way down just to do the same for the next rock. Never again, I'll take the road



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