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15-11-03, 22:11
Me I did absolutely, nothing could not face grubbing up that hedge, so therefore I wasted another day http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/redface.gif

15-11-03, 22:13
Well i'm dying my hair white right this minuite as we type http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/yikes.gif
Thats as exciting as it gets for me on a Saturday night :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif :D

15-11-03, 22:14
Me? Nothing in particular, I guess... And I've got to do a whole critical evaluation on the book I've finished reading for English next week, so I'm not likely to either http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/sleepy.gif

15-11-03, 22:15
I was lazy all morning, didn't even get out of my pj's until 11:00, visited my parents in the nursing home, bought a few groceries, & when I came home Blood Rayne had arrived, & I've been immersed in it all afternoon. Lots of fun! :D

15-11-03, 22:15
forgot to say I did do something exciting I did my second computeer exam :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/bash.gif

[ 15. November 2003, 22:16: Message edited by: jules ]

15-11-03, 22:18
Originally posted by jules:
forgot to say I did do something exciting I did my second computeer exam :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/bash.gif How was it, Jules?

15-11-03, 22:21
Hi Tazmine,
It was not as bad as I had expected but I did have to do Mail merge, which I hate :mad:
But the whole thing took me just over an hour to compleat :D
I will know Monday or Thursday if I have passed http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/bash.gif

15-11-03, 22:24
Sounds good, Jules. Let us know. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

John Falstaff
15-11-03, 22:31
Hope you did well Jules!


Is shopping and being undecided exciting?

I've eaten a cheeseburger, but so far that's as wild and wooly as it's gotten!


15-11-03, 22:40
I have stayed at home all day in front of the PC...pretty boring as usual, but it feels nice to relax for once. I paid for the Sega 16 bit Mega Drive which I won at Ebay auctions a few weeks back...I'll get the game Sonic the Hedgehog with it ;) I know it's really old and all, but I've really missed that thing...I borrowed it from my cousin several years back when it was new, and I loved it. I've also gotten TRLR(yay..finally) and Shivers(mine got so badly scratched that I couldn't use it :( ) from the same place. And I've bought Backpacker 3......I've tried to get a hold of Backpacker 2 for several years, but I never found it....it's pretty old and made by a Scandinavian company, so it's not in stock anywhere. But now I found the sequel to that one, and hopefully it's even better :D I can't wait to get that one http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif :D I'm completely hooked on Internet shopping, but I should calm down, after all...I'm going to Denmark with my school in two weeks and need loads of money for the tax free shops on the boat http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif ;)

15-11-03, 22:41
i've done hardly anything all day, i picked up the croft woman from work but thats about it, been pc and home all day mostly , but i did enjoy my lil trip out http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

15-11-03, 22:46
I spend all day working in my weekly hospital report http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/yuck.gif
Sounds great, doesn't it...???

16-11-03, 03:20
I just had the longest 36 hours of my life.
Caught a plane from London to Paris. lost my new Isabel Allende novel somewhere in between the two. Caught a 12 hour flight from Paris to Ho Chi Minh in economy class sitting next to a 250 lbs man who stunk and drooled on my shoulder. Stepped off the plane into Ho Chi Minh's tin shack airport in 35 degree muggy weather. Slept on the concrete floor for a few hours and then stared at a wall to pass the 14 hour stop-over. The 14-hours consisted of fighting away the bugs that bit me on my neck. Then caught an 8 hour flight from Ho Chi Minh to Sydney. During which I dared to eat the plane food which was octopus and soggy rice soup. I nearly vomited.

But I stepped off that plane into beautiful Oz with gorgeous weather and knew that the past 36 hour hell was worth it all. I was home!

John Falstaff
16-11-03, 03:27
I'm glad you enjoyed your flight Andromeda_eats.

Can I ask whether my advice was any good!? Seriously, because if I'm talking sh**e, please tell me, as I'm passing the same advice to others!


16-11-03, 22:33
I hated the flight, John.... http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

Yes it was helpful! I learned a few basic phrases from my sister, (ma soeur parle francais couramment) and boy did I need it! I was really proud on my last day there I had an entire conversation with someone in french! yay! And you are right about Paris being expensive. I spent $1000 in five days! A coke in Paris is $18 AUS! I stayed in Barbes-Rouchart which probably wasnt the smartest idea. :D The metro system was absoultely brillant, and the food was amazing but the coffee?? Uck it tasted like instant.
Thankyou, it was helpful, France was the only country I was half-sure of what I was doing.


Merci pour votre aide!

16-11-03, 22:49
Glad you're home safe, Andromeda. Home always feels so good when you've been away, doesn't it? :D But you'll be ready to go again in another 4 or 5 days...ah, if only the budget would allow it... http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif