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Discussion in 'Moopy Moop' started by Ag, Jan 14, 2020.

  1. lolly

    lolly Rowena? From Kuwait?

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    I spent about nine quid on a metal cat shit shoveler. Seemed a bit steep, but it has revolutionised my shit play.
     
  2. Ag

    Ag User

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    Mine was only £3. Its one that traps the shit. The trip from the spare room to the toilet, although short, has been a high risk venture. Not anymore :disco:
     
  3. octophone

    octophone ADMIN, bitches!!

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    Oh, GOOD. That means I only have to wait until early September before things start looking up> Can I cope until then? Keep reading Moopy to find out!
     
  4. Ag

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    7 more years of this shit then.
     
  5. octophone

    octophone ADMIN, bitches!!

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    Who broke out in hives; the daughter due to a reaction to the paint or the colleague having an adverse reaction to an indigenous presentation happening at her daughter's school? We get an awful lot of the latter in the UK, you see...
     
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  6. Ag

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    It's very very windy outside.
     
  7. vespertine

    vespertine A kind of fever chart

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    :D Just the daughter, though I was close myself when I realized I'd have to take care of her inbox all day...
     
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  8. Lucille

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  9. Ag

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    Fuck me. One of my tutors wants us to read a book a fortnight and pay £50 for the privilege. Fuck that shit.
     
  10. octophone

    octophone ADMIN, bitches!!

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    OK, that needs context...certainly sounds like a scam.
     
  11. Rita

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    :D

    I don’t really. That list was off the top of my head, and I am getting on a bit. I even forgot the FABULOUS Jumpin’ Jumpin’.
     
  12. Rita

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    I never really listen to the albums. I’m all about the HITS. All killer no filler. :disco:
     
  13. Ag

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    Basically the essential reading isn't readily available from the library, so he's said we all buy them online which amounts to over £50. We get marked on our seminar input so its absolutely essential. I know it's not much, but I don't work and have to pay my tuition fees, which leaves me with fuck all. My above purchases were a very rare treat for myself because I had a tiny bit spare. What the fuck do they spend tuition fees on, if not essential reading?

    /rant.
     
  14. Rita

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    Do we reckon we are going to get our biggest posting week in some time this week??

    @Indie
     
  15. Indie

    Indie Go away, Wesley

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  16. Indie

    Indie Go away, Wesley

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    I dunno. Maybe?
     
  17. Rita

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    The place does seem to be quite BUSTLING at times.
     
  18. dmlaw

    dmlaw Democracy doesn't work

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    When I was at university an irritating proportion of the required reading texts appeared to have been written by the lecturer who was setting the course. Though, frankly, just one of those is an irritating proportion.
     
  19. octophone

    octophone ADMIN, bitches!!

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    That's bollocks. Are the books written by the staff because that happened to me when I was at Uni. Absolute scam.
     
  20. octophone

    octophone ADMIN, bitches!!

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    Oh, @dmlaw raised the same point first. I really should catch up properly before wading in...
     
  21. Ag

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    Charging everything. The winds are high outside. Power cuts across Essex apparently. I can't do without my phone or vape.
     
  22. Sheena

    Sheena MAKE IT QUICK, LUCILLE!

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    The wind here is ridiculous. I am right on the coast with no buildings between me and the sea so it’s battering my place right now. I feel sleep isn’t going to be easy.
     
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  23. Ag

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    Make sure your roof is secure :)
     
  24. Sheena

    Sheena MAKE IT QUICK, LUCILLE!

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    Not much I can do about it now.

    PRAY FOR ME MOOPY
     
  25. lolly

    lolly Rowena? From Kuwait?

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    We're on flood alert. I think our side of the river is fine, but I'd be very nervous if I was on the other bank. I'm sure it will fuck travel up, but griping about that seems inappropriate given what some may lose.
     
  26. Indie

    Indie Go away, Wesley

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    I suppose there's a slight breeze out. I can see a few leaves scattering
     
  27. Shirley

    Shirley BIG-HEARTED BUNNY

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