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jjake
post Jan 16 2015, 05:48 PM
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SO IF YOU NEED ME CALL OUT MY NAME

wknd planssss

friday: ordering shit for my room, its becoming an occasional gym now too *.*
saturday: essay essay ESSAY ;(
sunday: out to get smashed
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post Jan 16 2015, 05:54 PM
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Its my best friends birthday tomorrow so i expect to be very drunk.

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post Jan 16 2015, 05:56 PM
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It's my friend's birthday tomorrow and the theme for the night is SLUTS so i am very nervous/unsure what i'm supposed to dress up like lol.

*cue all the "just go as yourself" jokes* dry.gif
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post Jan 16 2015, 05:59 PM
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Are we going to the same party? ohmy.gif
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post Jan 16 2015, 05:59 PM
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Friday + Saturday- nothing
Sunday: Into the woods + Annie
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post Jan 16 2015, 05:59 PM
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QUOTE(HausofKubrick @ Jan 16 2015, 05:56 PM) *
It's my friend's birthday tomorrow and the theme for the night is SLUTS so i am very nervous/unsure what i'm supposed to dress up like lol.

*cue all the "just go as yourself" jokes* dry.gif

ohmy.gif go as a tacky sia
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:00 PM
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What's slutty about Sia? laugh.gif
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:02 PM
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Fri: My mum's 48th birthday! Chinese takeaway in celebration yum
Sat: A work friend's 18th house party tomorrow and my mum's friends 40th party/meal clash tomorrow but I'm going to the latter. In both cases I'll know about 15% of the people going but the prospect of a meal also won me over and it's like an extension of my mum's own birthday celebrations. Plus this girl is having another party next month anyway!
Sun: Revision for mocks sad.gif(


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post Jan 16 2015, 06:07 PM
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Fri: nothing. Smashed my sociology mock though which we got the results back for today, was worried I completely messed up a 33 marker but it was a couple of marks away from A* which is always the way with me, if I think I did crap it comes back great laugh.gif
Saturday: going to my nan's for what she calls a "party" but this prospect fills me with dread because her "party" is all of us stuffed into the iamspamspamamiMAYBE with the TV on while she asks how school is 10 times.
Sunday: last minute English work I've been putting off for a good month or so now oops. Nothing important but a uni offer has given me infinitely more motivation than I had before.
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:12 PM
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Friday: 2:1 essay back, smash, started a new module that looks like it's going to terrify me later on
Saturday: Meeting mother for lunch and chat and obtaining items I couldn't take up coming back to uni originally (i will exchange for washing, dirty dishes and waste paper)
Sunday: idk, fun day off or reading for modules, see how I feel
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:13 PM
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QUOTE(Iz~ @ Jan 16 2015, 06:12 PM) *
Friday: 2:1 essay back, smash, started a new module that looks like it's going to terrify me later on
Saturday: Meeting mother for lunch and chat and obtaining items I couldn't take up coming back to uni originally (i will exchange for washing, dirty dishes and waste paper)
Sunday: idk, fun day off or reading for modules, see how I feel

what are you doing this term laddy iz??

if you tell me yours, ill tell u mine kink.gif
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:21 PM
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QUOTE(░░░░ @ Jan 16 2015, 06:13 PM) *
what are you doing this term laddy iz??

if you tell me yours, ill tell u mine kink.gif


Okay... in module terms, the latter part of Late Antiquity (Justinian, Ostrogoths et al), Britain in the Roman World (which is the one I was talking about, it's heavily based in 'material culture' and 'research projects' which I've learned are words to fear if you're someone like me who prefers working with written histories), and then I've got to lead a class in modern Empires at one point all the while working on my Templar dissertation.

You?
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:21 PM
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Friday: Travelling back to Anvers and revision for my scidnce exam
Saturday: Science exam! I'll probably hit the gym and start preparations for my next exam
Sunday: Revision revision revision

I can't wait till the 29th when I'll be done with all these goddamn exams
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:31 PM
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QUOTE(Iz~ @ Jan 16 2015, 06:21 PM) *
Okay... in module terms, the latter part of Late Antiquity (Justinian, Ostrogoths et al), Britain in the Roman World (which is the one I was talking about, it's heavily based in 'material culture' and 'research projects' which I've learned are words to fear if you're someone like me who prefers working with written histories), and then I've got to lead a class in modern Empires at one point all the while working on my Templar dissertation.

You?

i go to goldsmiths which is all about material and visual culture. i actually just finished a module on women writers and the female geneder in the early medieval period. focusing on niche individuals like hildegaard of bingen, hrosvitha of gandersheim, marie de france and christina of markyate. it was learning history in a totally different way as of course medieval thought and lived in totally alien ways to ourselves now. this term im doing sex and sexuality in europe (1100-1800) and london history which involves a lot of walks and museum trips, continuing on with my mediterranean encounters (ottoman and venetians) and france since 1870, the france module is challenging as the lecturer is somewhat old and eccentric and you don't get much out of the the lecture or the seminar sad.gif

i really ought to add you on social media~
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post Jan 16 2015, 06:41 PM
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Finishing assignment for college.

Posting 5 star tracks for years 2010-2012 (which I will rank another time)

Probably other stuff I have forgotten and when I do remember will be irrelevant to edit into the post wacko.gif

Done in any order laugh.gif

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post Jan 16 2015, 06:43 PM
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QUOTE(░░░░ @ Jan 16 2015, 06:31 PM) *
i go to goldsmiths which is all about material and visual culture. i actually just finished a module on women writers and the female geneder in the early medieval period. focusing on niche individuals like hildegaard of bingen, hrosvitha of gandersheim, marie de france and christina of markyate. it was learning history in a totally different way as of course medieval thought and lived in totally alien ways to ourselves now. this term im doing sex and sexuality in europe (1100-1800) and london history which involves a lot of walks and museum trips, continuing on with my mediterranean encounters (ottoman and venetians) and france since 1870, the france module is challenging as the lecturer is somewhat old and eccentric and you don't get much out of the the lecture or the seminar sad.gif

i really ought to add you on social media~


Ah haha, I take back my slight on material culture (perhaps). I did a presentation last year on some women in the early medieval period, queens and princesses of the HRE I believe, I might have even briefly come across Hrosvitha ohmy.gif, in one source or other in that module. Very interesting time-period, well, they all are in some way. Ah, I'm lucky I don't have any lecturers like that, most of them are pretty young, easy-going and enthusiastic which is always a pleasure, good luck with it.

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post Jan 16 2015, 07:29 PM
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Fri: Sleep off the hangover and generally chill
Sat: Netflix
Sun: Reading articles from eighteenth century magazines
Mon (yes, this term Monday is still part of my weekend): Remaining Uni reading
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post Jan 16 2015, 07:35 PM
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Friday: Quiet night in reading HRW reports for fun.
Saturday: Work and then fun stuff.
Sunday: Work (a.k.a dying behind the till with a huge scarf and coffee)
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post Jan 16 2015, 07:36 PM
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QUOTE(LexC @ Jan 16 2015, 07:29 PM) *
Sun: Reading articles from eighteenth century magazines

what is this for? sounds v interesting. i had a book of extracts from georgian newspapers. i gave it away to a friend as a gift who then went on to stab me in the back at a later date.
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post Jan 16 2015, 08:10 PM
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QUOTE(░░░░ @ Jan 16 2015, 07:36 PM) *
what is this for? sounds v interesting. i had a book of extracts from georgian newspapers. i gave it away to a friend as a gift who then went on to stab me in the back at a later date.


It's for Uni for a module on Women's writing in the eighteenth century so stuff like Tatler and The Female Spectator. It does all sound very interesting!
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