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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   16th November 2006, 15:31

simon amstell is alarmingly attractive.
what's happening to me...
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   16th November 2006, 15:37

You do know he's gay Laughing

I thought that was a pretty funny episode actually especially the guy with the sweets.

EDIT: To rephrase what I said previously, didn't sound to good...
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   16th November 2006, 15:42

you horrible person, you've just shattered my dreams of a happy wedding and a big house by the sea...

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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   16th November 2006, 15:45

Awww.....I'm sorry. Not quite sure how it's my fault though lol
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   16th November 2006, 15:48

how are women of the world supposed to cope when such pretty men are going off.. WITH EACH OTHER! It's unfair competition i tell you...

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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   16th November 2006, 15:52

Another episode of Buzzcocks on in 10 minutes god bless UKG2.

I'm quite liking this new Stone Sour song that's on Scuzz at the moment too.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   16th November 2006, 17:05

Gem wrote:
how are women of the world supposed to cope when such pretty men are going off.. WITH EACH OTHER! It's unfair competition i tell you...

Laughing

coughURIE&ROSScough

*big grin*

or does that count. seeing as i'd turn lesbian for ryan...
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   20th November 2006, 17:54

vodka is faabbbvulous.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   21st November 2006, 00:06

I took my first sick days in near 20 months, for a bloody genuine reason and all. Dunno whats happeneing to me. But anyway. I only have 1 days worth of work to get through before I am off again. Bonus. I also have some amazing toffee and fudge cake.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   22nd November 2006, 18:28

i have noodles.

yum.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   23rd November 2006, 03:44

I got offered stock options im my company today

*sings* "I'm a big boy now..." monkey
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   23rd November 2006, 09:53

I got loads of cool stuff for my birthday.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   23rd November 2006, 10:30

D'ya get a pony?
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   23rd November 2006, 16:34

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D'ya get a pony?

I got:

A Best of Jimi Hendrix CD (from my mum)
A Best of Eric Clapton CD (from my mum)
Yellow Submarine by The Beatles (from my best friend)
Best of Pink Floyd and 10 (from my godmother)
100 (from my nan)
20 and a necklace (from my aunty)
10 (from my old next door neighbours)
10 (from neighbours)

and my dad said he will get me a Gibson SG on the weekend =S
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   23rd November 2006, 17:21

les paul's are the way to go.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   23rd November 2006, 17:48

SG's are much much better than Les Paul's.

Anyway...I'm in a good mood because I've just checked my UCAS and I've had 3 offers today. One from Staffordshire and two from Cheshire.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   24th November 2006, 03:27

well done! Where are you wanting to go most?
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   24th November 2006, 03:37

Simon Quine wrote:
SG's are much much better than Les Paul's.


In what sense? it has quite a flat body compared to a les paul which has a fuller body which means it naturally has better tone. still a nice guitar, but les paul is king for a reason.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   24th November 2006, 05:18

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Simon Quine wrote:
SG's are much much better than Les Paul's.


In what sense? it has quite a flat body compared to a les paul which has a fuller body which means it naturally has better tone. still a nice guitar, but les paul is king for a reason.

fact. saying SG's are better than les pauls is like saying that tesco chocolate is better than thornton's.

okay, not exactly, but you get my drift...
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   24th November 2006, 05:29

Simon Quine wrote:
SG's are much much better than Les Paul's.

I like both. I just prefer SG's because they're lighter, I rather the shape and I'd feel more comfortable using a guitar that has a lower value than one that has a 1000+ value! I love the sound of SG's too. And when they were first made in the 60's they were just a variation of the traditional Les Paul design and they still had the name "Les Paul". And if I preferred Les Pauls don't you think I'd get one instead of an SG? lol.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   24th November 2006, 06:26

I wouldn't mind an SG as they would be good for when you are throwing yourself about mid-tune but I love the sound you get out of a Les Paul through a valve state and I happen to have a valve state. So the next step is a Gibson Les Paul.

My mate has an SG but he has spent near a grand on it so it doesn't really sound like one, he has put these porky pick ups in it that require their own power source. He aslo had it relaquered with the silouette of Travolta And S L Jackson from pulp fiction across the body. Plays it through about 1600 worth of Messa an all. My mate plays drums with him and says he can get it so lound he actually feels phsyically sick. It's all about the rock.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   24th November 2006, 09:07

Too much to quote everyone so I'll do this reply chronologically.

Not to sure where I want my first choice of Uni to be. I have applied for two courses at Staffordshire and the one I've got an offer from is not my first choice there, I'm also waiting to hear back from Huddersfield as that's looks like a pretty good choice.

Now onto guitars...

The SG is in my opinion a better, shape and sound. It looks a hell of a lot nice (again in my opinion) and I personally find it's a lot easy to play. Although I own neither, I have played both. I'll just keep my Fender Strat for now anyway.
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   26th November 2006, 12:26

i have a gibson sg, in wine red Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

2 weeks today im seeing placebo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   26th November 2006, 14:26

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i have a gibson sg, in wine red Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Cool. Mine is "worn brown".
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PostSubject: Re: The Good Mood Thread   26th November 2006, 23:23

It's monday morning, about 6:20ish. I have been awake since saturday morning. About 11ish. Since then I have gone to london got very drunk. Came home. Went to an all night party. Didn't sleep some more then just now completed a 12 hour shift. AND NOW I GET TO SLEEEP!!!!!!!! oh yeah.
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