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  • disenchantments.

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    Happy birthday!
    January 21st, 2012 at 12:51pm
  • KittyGrimm

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    Oh, you know, I'm wonderful. :)
    Actually just about to head to bed. Ridiciliously early, I know. But I'm being sent. ><
    January 6th, 2011 at 01:50am
  • KittyGrimm

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    STEPHEN!
    *glomps*
    January 6th, 2011 at 01:20am
  • Matt Smith

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    merry christmas to you too! <3
    December 25th, 2010 at 06:39pm
  • kafka.

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    Thank you. :) I hope you're having wonderful holidays too.
    December 24th, 2010 at 06:58pm
  • KittyGrimm

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    I'm abit in love with your name and such.
    December 16th, 2010 at 01:17pm
  • little motorkitty;

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    Yeah no problem, I got a load of college stuff going on (I'm doing a reading alongside some published authors :3) so after that's good. We should defo's have a big xmas meet up :D
    and I hope your exam goes well :)
    October 10th, 2010 at 12:40am
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    Awww that's okay *hugs* You're wonderful as well, hence the journal-ness :3

    I do the same every night, so don't worry :P

    We seriosuly need to meet up again soon! Huge massive meet-up to make the world explode :D xxx
    October 10th, 2010 at 12:19am
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    The X factor forum is back -
    since you got involved with it last year, i'd love it if you started commenting again this year :')
    September 26th, 2010 at 08:58pm
  • kafka.

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    I actually know where that is.
    yay.
    September 24th, 2010 at 11:35pm
  • Matt Smith

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    I think the consensus is that we meet on the first weekend in October (so either the 2nd or the 3rd, I have no preference). Is this okay with you? :)
    September 15th, 2010 at 07:31pm
  • kafka.

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    I vaguely remember not liking Dundee's website too. which is why I didn't apply to them, but to the seemingly sunny Aberdeen. by the way, are you only applying to Scottish unis?

    same, I don't think I'll be getting a job in the next two or three weeks and the weekend would be perfect. I pmed Meg and we'll see what she says since she has to travel by train and all. I really can't wait. where do you suggest we go?
    September 13th, 2010 at 12:17am
  • kafka.

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    Ghh. X_X I'm so glad I'm already in uni, things were easier back in my day. your Scottish so contextual factors apply (Edinburgh favours Scottish students) and all. I'm sure you'll do fine, really. you're bright and you have good grades and you'll write an awesome personal statement.

    You are the coolest person ever. Weird we could maybe do this over the weekend when people tend to have more free time? I'm just thinking that maybe Meg wouldn't be able to come on any other day because of lectures and school stuff. by the way, inviting her is a brilliant idea -goes to pm Meg-
    September 12th, 2010 at 11:57pm
  • kafka.

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    At least Edinburgh ask for somewhat lower, more realistic grades. I think it's partially because the economy is as it is and all unis try to get as elite as possible so they'll rank well in tops and get a lot of funding.

    George Eliot actually made me rethink my attitude towards Victorian lit (which up to that point was just "ghh"), it's a shame she's not as popular as other women writers that wrote around the same time like Jane Austen or the Brontes. Just let me know when you want to met. hopefully soonish because I have a feeling autumn's not picnic weather in Scotland XD I'd make cookies/muffins/sponge cake sandwiches, but I don't have any baking equipment. though I promise you I'll cake picnic-y sweets at some latter date.
    September 12th, 2010 at 11:36pm
  • kafka.

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    it's okay, really.
    I cannot believe Glasgow changed their offer, it'd just ridiculous. I've heard there are all sorts of plans to change the uni, they've already changed the names of most departments and organized them in colleges - which drastically reduces the variety of courses students can take- and it's rumoured that they're planning to get rid of one of the unions. :/ anyway, you shouldn't worry about it so early on. you've just started your French and Maths courses and there's really no way of telling how you'll do later on. Arms hey we should have picnic one of these days. I really, really like picnics. Wow well, maybe, not a picnic, an outdoors tea party. just sit outside and drink tea and eat sandwiches and forget all about school and families and room-mates and ponder over how George Eliot was in fact a lovely person.
    September 12th, 2010 at 11:18pm
  • kafka.

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    don't you still go to school in the city, though? I'm jealous of you for having lived in a city for so long, I've spent most of my life in rural-ish suburbs. XD
    and don't worry that much about homework/school - I have a feeling uni/Oxford has something to do with it so I feel obliged to tell you that you still have time, both to decide what you want to do and to prepare yourself for it (you have no idea how much English literature I've read in the last year and what a n00b I was at it last September) and that, after all, nobody needs to go to Oxford to have a happy successful nice life and that wherever you go, I'm sure it's going to be a brilliant uni and on the long run it won't matter that much anyway. so, basically, it's still to be upset over something so silly. Arms
    September 12th, 2010 at 10:16pm
  • kafka.

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    nice stationary is the key to academic success so I am willing to go all the way to the city center for it. it's only a 30 minute walk, I love exploring the city and I have nothing better to do anyway. in what part of Glasgow do you live?
    September 12th, 2010 at 08:16pm
  • kafka.

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    I will do go there the next time rain catches me in the park again, which will probably be pretty soon. :) n'aww, I really really like Glasgow, at least the West End bits I've seen. it's really nice and friendly and cozy and I feel like I'm going to like it here a lot. the only problem is that my room-mate's a bully who's constantly questioning me and I don't really know anyone else because I arrived too late for the international orientation thing. so my mood oscillates between gleefulness and despair several times a day. but I really like it here and starting with Wednesday I'm going to live in the library (we have to turn in our first exercise/essay in 3 weeks and the secondary reading list is monstrous D: so there are plenty of things to do there) and everything'll be just fine.
    by the way, do you know where I could buy nice stationary? Weird
    September 12th, 2010 at 07:49pm
  • kafka.

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    I went there both yesterday and today because it seemed like the best place to hide from the rain while I was walking around the park. XD it's really lovely. I haven't seen everything yet because I don't like seeing too much at once in museums, but I saw most of the ground floor. it's so awesome. and so, dunno, loud. it's full of kids and people taking pictures and talking. I've never been to a museum that allowed people to be loud and lively before. XD
    September 12th, 2010 at 06:43pm
  • kafka.

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    I dunno. rainy and lovely. I haven't been to many places because Glasgow's so huge and hilly. but I did walk around the uni and to the city center and it was lovely and lively and fun. I'm really excited about the many many museums I've seen around here.
    September 11th, 2010 at 03:27pm