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Oestre sparagmos!
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Wink I'll be right. when they run I'm pretty sure I'll be able to track em down. Shall I say it? I kinda want to...
They can run, bu...
actually, I don't think I can say it.

And I want to live vicariously through your glasto experience! What are your major exitements?


Gold Panda in Cube Henge! ALL of Shangri La (it's INCREDIBLE now! Closest I'll ever get to being inside a William Gibson novel) Paul Simon! Don MacLean! Chemical Brothers Live! Pulp as special guests! Secret Cider! Dancing till dawn and then dancing some more! Beans on Toast! (the musician, not the food stuff) And EVERYTHING!

Do you have me on twitter? I shall almost certainly be tweeting incessantly until my battery dies.....


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Dane Cook's Final Horcrux
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clothes, books and such. Things I don't want to move house with! Although the books are actually flatmate's, and I am pissed off that ebay won't let me charge postage for how much postage actually costs Mad



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I am ashamed to admit that I don't know how to tweet subscribe!


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was not written by a man named "Cougar"
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clothes, books and such. Things I don't want to move house with! Although the books are actually flatmate's, and I am pissed off that ebay won't let me charge postage for how much postage actually costs Mad


Ew, that's no good. Especially with books, postage goes up quickly.


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I am ashamed to admit that I don't know how to tweet subscribe!


I have no idea how to tweet subscribe. What even is that? But if you go to www.twitter.com/fionchadd you can follow me, if you're on twitter and not already following me.

Or just randomly check that link every few hours and you'll see what I'm saying!

May also be tweeting as @rumourcubes and @hidden_currents....


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Did you know? When it snows, my eyes become large and the light that you shine can't be seen.

EP now available for FREE download! Click Here

"Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"

a peek inside the whirlwind of my thoughts
 
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clothes, books and such. Things I don't want to move house with! Although the books are actually flatmate's, and I am pissed off that ebay won't let me charge postage for how much postage actually costs Mad


Ew, that's no good. Especially with books, postage goes up quickly.


If you want to sell DVDs, ebay *won't let you charge postage at all*. So if you put something for auction, you could end up spending more than you make!



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clothes, books and such. Things I don't want to move house with! Although the books are actually flatmate's, and I am pissed off that ebay won't let me charge postage for how much postage actually costs Mad

GreenMetropolis! You don't make much, so not good for expensive specialist books, but you do make a couple of quid on ordinary stuff, which you can then use to spend on OTHER BOOKS.


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Ah, these unfortunately are big pretty graphic novels, I'm not sure Green Metropolis would be the best place. For smaller, less expensive books I'd totally use it, I just never seem to want to get rid of any!



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It's really good for crappy novels, which people want but which would fetch nothing if you took them to a secondhand bookshop.


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Could you just up the starting bid a little more to cover shipping costs?


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I have done, but I'm worried then no one will buy. Ho hum, we shall see.



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I just spent my lunchtime beefing up my Amazon wishlist to nonsensical proportions.


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I just spent my lunchtime beefing up my Amazon wishlist to nonsensical proportions.

I will enjoy seeing John Lewis try to accommodate yours and Lilia's wedding registry, if you are into that sort of thing:

book
book
toy
toy
item of military hardware
book
book
book


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Lorna - bride's party must dress as US Generals; my party must dress as Cavaliers.


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Oh, god, best reception ever!

*breaks out the swords*

*and the alcohol*

*and the band-aids*


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...or I could come as a Puritan and be Disapproving at the lot of you.


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More booze for us then! Big Grin

You can have a turnip shaped like a thingy.


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I'd love to see a picture of that! (edit: a picture of Hive as a Disapproving Puritan)

Devlin has a computer class this morning, but what the smeg am I gonna do for two hours?


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Lorna - bride's party must dress as US Generals; my party must dress as Cavaliers.



which side will i be? *wonders if there was a US cavalier general*


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Dean of the UUP, First Class member of the order of the Pineapple.
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Liz, you can be either a US general with a wig, or a Cavalier with a massive cigar and revolvers. Either way it's win-win Big Grin


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