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Paramour Productions wrote:
If you bring me one of those that I can keep as a pet, I'll fly you here...
Mary Thomson wrote:
Have you seen them when wet? It's a little frightening.

YES!  It would be like having my own gremlin!

I will call him Gizmo....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gremlins

Feb 11 13 10:03 am  Link  Quote 
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No work for me today, lardilarlarlar. What are you kiddies up to?
Feb 11 13 02:51 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:
No work for me today, lardilarlarlar. What are you kiddies up to?

snow stuff
shoveling,swearing etc the usual

Feb 11 13 02:52 pm  Link  Quote 
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scrymettet wrote:

snow stuff
shoveling,swearing etc the usual

Ew, I don't think I could handle that lifestyle. I'll probably swim in the pool, eat some watermelon and then go buy a new work shirt.

Feb 11 13 02:59 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:

Ew, I don't think I could handle that lifestyle. I'll probably swim in the pool, eat some watermelon and then go buy a new work shirt.

that's what we do in Summer tongue

honestly, snow is not that bad and we are far more well equipped than our Us neighbours
As long as you are dressed accordingly, playing outside is fun

Feb 11 13 03:10 pm  Link  Quote 
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scrymettet wrote:

that's what we do in Summer tongue

honestly, snow is not that bad and we are far more well equipped than our Us neighbours
As long as you are dressed accordingly, playing outside is fun

I've been skiing a few times and that's pretty fun, and iceskating is fun. But just snow, everywhere?! It seems like such a hassle. I saw pictures of people opening their doors and there's another door, made out of snow, blocking them in sad

Feb 11 13 03:16 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:

I've been skiing a few times and that's pretty fun, and iceskating is fun. But just snow, everywhere?! It seems like such a hassle. I saw pictures of people opening their doors and there's another door, made out of snow, blocking them in sad

that was mine lol
snowshoeing is pretty fun. Like walking with clown shoes.

Feb 11 13 03:53 pm  Link  Quote 
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Snow is fun for about as long as it takes to build an eight foot tall snowman. Then it's time to go inside with tequila, a fireplace and a beautiful woman.

Can you tell I live south of I-10? There's a reason for that! tongue
Feb 11 13 07:13 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:
Ew, I don't think I could handle that lifestyle. I'll probably swim in the pool, eat some watermelon and then go buy a new work shirt.

I think I'd rather have the snow instead of spiders that can jump into the air and eat flying things.

Work shoot, now there is an interesting thing to imagine.

Feb 11 13 07:27 pm  Link  Quote 
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by america i assume you mean north america, specifically canada, right? wink
Feb 11 13 09:25 pm  Link  Quote 
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You know what I bought today? A desk, the sims 3, the sims 3 pets, the sims 3 Katy perry, Chinese takeaway, a mountain bike, peanut butter fudge, bread, sugar, and two giant bottles of water. You know what I didn't buy? A new plain black work shirt. Sorry new boss! I'm excited for my new computer!
Feb 12 13 02:21 am  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:
You know what I bought today? A desk, the sims 3, the sims 3 pets, the sims 3 Katy perry, Chinese takeaway, a mountain bike, peanut butter fudge, bread, sugar, and two giant bottles of water. You know what I didn't buy? A new plain black work shirt. Sorry new boss! I'm excited for my new computer!

All that precious money spent on things to keep you on the wrong continent. sad
Save! Don't spend!

Feb 12 13 05:40 am  Link  Quote 
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Marc Damon wrote:

All that precious money spent on things to keep you on the wrong continent. sad
Save! Don't spend!

I'm trying, I'm just excited sad

Feb 12 13 03:08 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:
You know what I bought today? A desk, the sims 3, the sims 3 pets, the sims 3 Katy perry, Chinese takeaway, a mountain bike, peanut butter fudge, bread, sugar, and two giant bottles of water. You know what I didn't buy? A new plain black work shirt. Sorry new boss! I'm excited for my new computer!

Chinese takeaway... is that like take-out Chinese food?

Did you decide on a computer?

Feb 12 13 03:16 pm  Link  Quote 
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DougBPhoto wrote:

Chinese takeaway... is that like take-out Chinese food?

Did you decide on a computer?

I'm getting it custom built. Case, power supply, Gigabyte motherboard, FX-4100 AMD quad core, 8GB (don't scrimp on RAM), 2GB GTX650, 1TB HDD, Card Reader, DVDRW and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit. All installed, all the programs, warranty covers all labour unconditionally for a year, which of course means Viruses, Spyware, user error, etc. Total cost $800 and my boyfriend put forward $150 for valentines day, so I'm spending $650.

Feb 12 13 03:24 pm  Link  Quote 
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Sounds like you have a winner there MT !!

Wish you could afford a SSD boot drive, but it is a very good start.

You already have a monitor available I hope... and got a good deal on the mountain bike
Feb 12 13 03:45 pm  Link  Quote 
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DougBPhoto wrote:
Sounds like you have a winner there MT !!

Wish you could afford a SSD boot drive, but it is a very good start.

You already have a monitor available I hope... and got a good deal on the mountain bike

I don't even know what a SSD boot drive is smile  I'll be using my tv screen for a computer screen until I can buy a nice one.

The bike I ended up buying him was a DiamondBack or something.. I gave him a hundred and he paid the remaining 75 and I drove him there and back to pick it up. (stupidly far away, two and a half hours each direction.)

Feb 12 13 07:49 pm  Link  Quote 
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Alright. I'm buying another money box. I want an eagle! Or something equally as American. Suggestions?

All my change is now going towards 'Merica!
Feb 12 13 07:54 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:
Alright. I'm buying another money box. I want an eagle! Or something equally as American. Suggestions?

All my change is now going towards 'Merica!

Actually Mary, Benjamin Franklin, who is one of the founding fathers of America, hated the idea of an eagle to represent our nation. If he had his way, we would have used the turkey instead!

http://www.amazon.com/American-Theme-Gl … flag+purse
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41AzNALOLYL.jpg

http://www.amazon.com/American-Eagle-Cl … +flag+bank
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41A4PrchodL.jpg

http://www.amazon.com/The-SAK-Betty-Sue … flag+purse
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61bZQZCGS9L._SX395_.jpg

http://www.amazon.com/Football-Shaped-P … piggy+bank
The REAL Football. Not that soccer or rugby stuff! tongue
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31VdWfJ9UuL.jpg

Feb 12 13 08:52 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:
Alright. I'm buying another money box. I want an eagle! Or something equally as American. Suggestions?

All my change is now going towards 'Merica!

now this is stuck in my head:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BN1jSpiyIM

Feb 13 13 02:18 pm  Link  Quote 
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My sister just got engaged!!!



Waahhhhhh yaaayyyyy wooooo!!

I'm going to be a bridesmaid, and she will have an awesome hens night and yay!

Edit: oh and I will have a big brother! I have three sisters and have always wanted a brother. Now I have one, and he's OLDER than me! Take that, bullies!
Feb 13 13 08:54 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:
My sister just got engaged!!!



Waahhhhhh yaaayyyyy wooooo!!

I'm going to be a bridesmaid, and she will have an awesome hens night and yay!

Edit: oh and I will have a big brother! I have three sisters and have always wanted a brother. Now I have one, and he's OLDER than me! Take that, bullies!

CONGRATS!!!! Your soon to be big brother is a very lucky man. smile

Tell your sis this is something to keep in mind when planning the wedding... tongue
http://s14.directupload.net/images/130214/o2n8b32p.jpg

Feb 13 13 09:10 pm  Link  Quote 
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^^^ hahahaha
Feb 14 13 01:54 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Thomson wrote:

I don't even know what a SSD boot drive is smile  I'll be using my tv screen for a computer screen until I can buy a nice one.

The bike I ended up buying him was a DiamondBack or something.. I gave him a hundred and he paid the remaining 75 and I drove him there and back to pick it up. (stupidly far away, two and a half hours each direction.)

Wow, that IS a long way for the bike!!  If he is happy, that is what counts.

An SSD is a "solid state drive" that basically uses flash memory like you'd find in your ipad or in camera memory cards.. no moving parts and they move data in and out much faster, so they are often used for installing the OS and Programs onto so they launch faster, way faster than a traditional hard drive.  Unfortunately, they cost a minimum of about $100 for that part alone.  (What I have in mine is normally about $450 but I got on sale at $233)

Feb 14 13 05:58 pm  Link  Quote 
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^^ hot damn.

Well I'm currently playing Skyrim after playing Amnesia for the past two hours. I need a few snowy mountains to take my mind away from mutated creatures seeking my flesh.
Feb 14 13 08:55 pm  Link  Quote 
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