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18 May 2014
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ScrambledEggs said

Linde said
Getting ready to go out tonight.

Have fun, @Linde! What time do you guys go out over there? 

I'm taking a break from studying, listening to Cocaine and thinking of what to wear tonight - I'm going out as well.

It sort of depends what we'll be doing and where we're going and with whom. Yesterday I went to see a few tribute bands (Nirvana, Green Day and Pearl Jam) and it started at 8.30 pm, so we were there around 8.15. When I go see bands perform I often go around 9 pm, but when I go to a club it could be much later. Sometimes we'll have a drink at someone's place beforehand, so could be midnight. What about you?

18 May 2014
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MrMoonlight said
Don;t you hate it when your first ever friends don'yt understand you

Yeah I do, that's pretty much why I dumped them.

18 May 2014
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That past few months I changed occupations with good intentions. The end result was...poor company ethics that ended up effecting my health due to depression. They were lying to the government about the lively hood of people with disabilities; furthermore, there was other poor management issues. I could not deal with the guilt, among other stress issues. Nothing made me happy. Not even The Beatles. At one point I forgot Paul even coming to New Orleans nor did I care. I think my husband is the only thing that stopped me from actually killing myself. I finally sought help, I quit the job, and I am on the road to recovery now. 

18 May 2014
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Sorry to hear that Sky999, sounds a real shitty company to be lying about about the livelihood of the disabled. Glad to hear you've moved on and on the road to recovery, must have awful working there.

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18 May 2014
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Sky999 said
That past few months I changed occupations with good intentions. The end result was...poor company ethics that ended up effecting my health due to depression. They were lying to the government about the lively hood of people with disabilities; furthermore, there was other poor management issues. I could not deal with the guilt, among other stress issues. Nothing made me happy. Not even The Beatles. At one point I forgot Paul even coming to New Orleans nor did I care. I think my husband is the only thing that stopped me from actually killing myself. I finally sought help, I quit the job, and I am on the road to recovery now. 

I'm really sorry, @Sky999, that sounds heartbreaking. But I'm very glad to hear you are recovering and that you're checking in.

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18 May 2014
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Linde said

ScrambledEggs said

Linde said
Getting ready to go out tonight.

Have fun, @Linde! What time do you guys go out over there? 

I'm taking a break from studying, listening to Cocaine and thinking of what to wear tonight - I'm going out as well.

It sort of depends what we'll be doing and where we're going and with whom. Yesterday I went to see a few tribute bands (Nirvana, Green Day and Pearl Jam) and it started at 8.30 pm, so we were there around 8.15. When I go see bands perform I often go around 9 pm, but when I go to a club it could be much later. Sometimes we'll have a drink at someone's place beforehand, so could be midnight. What about you?

Over here, nothing starts before 11.30pm! That's why I asked, I found it odd that you were getting ready so early in the night. When I was in Amsterdam, it was pretty much the same. God forbid that we gather at someone's place to drink beforehand here, we won't get to a club until at least 1am! That is basically the main reason I dislike clubbing and I'd rather get together with friends at someone's house. 

18 May 2014
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I am sitting cross-legged on my bed, wondering if I really am hungry or if it is just my brain saying "Hey ASJ, you have nothing to do- eat!".

The brain shall not win- it is bikini season a-hard-days-night-george-10

I'm also trying to master some strength to have a go at looking at an Irish debate* about "Whether old people have it good?"- utterly useless, unless I go into politics I will never have to debate in Irish! blue-meanie

*Other thrilling 3 page essays include: The Drugs Problem, Unemployment, The Alcohol Problem in Ireland, Problems of Young People in Ireland.

And the Department of Education wonder why so many people hate the Irish language????? a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

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18 May 2014
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I am recovering from an extremely uncomfortable lunch with my ex (his idea, not mine.) 

The other day he just asked me to have lunch with him, and I made the mistake of agreeing. 

We were just trying to write songs about prostitutes and lesbians
18 May 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Linde said

ScrambledEggs said

Linde said
Getting ready to go out tonight.

Have fun, @Linde! What time do you guys go out over there? 

I'm taking a break from studying, listening to Cocaine and thinking of what to wear tonight - I'm going out as well.

It sort of depends what we'll be doing and where we're going and with whom. Yesterday I went to see a few tribute bands (Nirvana, Green Day and Pearl Jam) and it started at 8.30 pm, so we were there around 8.15. When I go see bands perform I often go around 9 pm, but when I go to a club it could be much later. Sometimes we'll have a drink at someone's place beforehand, so could be midnight. What about you?

Excellent bands. How were the tributes? 

Oh, and on the 1D forum: "This Is US SQUEL!" Squel.

Well, ''Kurt'' sounded like he was singing while pooping, so it didn't start very well. He really did his best to look like Kurt though. I think he was in the same state too, if you know what I mean. The band played very well though. Oh yeah, ''Kurt'' forgot some lyrics during Lithium, which is one of the songs with the most easy lyrics ever. Oh and after this I realized why I only ever listen to the same 4 Nirvana songs over and over. They're quite overrated.

After that the Green Day tribute was on, and they were pretty good, but they forgot how to start Boulevard of broken dreams so they bursted out in Wonderwall by Oasis, which was fine by me, but when they went into Boulevard of broken dreams, they started wrong again and forgot some of the lyrics. I had a deja vu moment, looked at my friend and then we realized this was the horrible tribute band we went to see 3 years ago at a local bar. They've become a bit better, but seriously, at least 3 years of playing and still forgetting the lyrics of Green Day's most famous song?

The Pearl Jam band was reaaally good. The vocalist sounded very much like Eddie Vedder, the band played tight and it was great. We left after Alive though. 

It was enjoyable, but maybe I enjoyed it less because I'm not familiar with the complete discographies of these bands, and obviously it's not the real deal, so that makes it a thousand times less fun. It was better than sitting at home though, but I'm glad it was free (my sister went to a party there and some guy offered her guest spots). 

Also, I can't believe these tribute bands that mess up half of the lyrics. How could you possibly not remember the words of their most famous songs? Still, after all these years? Even I know some of them by heart and I'm not a fan of any of the above bands.

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18 May 2014
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It feels a bit stupid to come in now, but I'm so sorry to hear that too. Sounds like a horrible place, it's a good thing you quit. I'm glad to hear that your husband was there for you and I'm also glad you were brave enough to find help. Must've been very difficult for you. It's good to hear you're recovering too! I hope your future will look brighter.

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19 May 2014
1.22pm
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Now not only have my friends given up on me, my mum has too and everyone's sided with her, just because the stupid dental place has high standards that I'm not good enough. I'm embarrassing because I made a fool of her while she fights my corner. And apparently me saying that I'm unstable because I'm not on any medicine is a "threat".

I can't fucking do it anymore. I'm not good for my own health. I'm an embarrassing failure to my family who can't fight for himself. Layla wins. I can't do it. I'm not allowed on the computer for much longer despite the fact that it's my only distraction and the only thing that makes me forget about the fact that I'll never have a chance and stops the delusions that I will. I just wanted one thing. I wasted a year of my life doing everything I could and as usual, I'm not good enough.

I have nobody to turn to now. My old friends just made me worse. I can't trust the only person who could make me feel like I have a chance for Elizabeth anymore.

I'm a disgrace to my family. Layla will never love me, and there's nothing I can do about that apart from wallow in self-pity and throw everyone's help back in their faces. I still love her.

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19 May 2014
1.43pm
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I just heard that my dad is in the hospital, in the intensive care. He has a problem with his heart... I'm scared

19 May 2014
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Beatleva said
I just heard that my dad is in the hospital, in the intensive care. He has a problem with his heart... I'm scared

 

I'm sorry, @Beatleva. I wish him a full recovery.

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19 May 2014
2.08pm
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On the same day in which I failed a very important physics exam, I found £15 on the street floor. Lucky lucky.

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19 May 2014
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I do wish your dad a full and speedy recovery @Beatleva. Might sound trivial but he is in the best place for treatment.

 

Do you get to take the physics exam again @LikeASir or is that it? If no resit what will you do? What will you spend the £15 on, nothing frivolous i hope.ahdn_paul_01 

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19 May 2014
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meanmistermustard said

Do you get to take the physics exam again @LikeASir or is that it? If no resit what will you do? What will you spend the £15 on, nothing frivolous i hope.ahdn_paul_01 

I don't know if I'm able to resit it, but I'm not too bothered, I've got 8 other science ones. I'll probably spend the money on some band paraphernalia. 

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19 May 2014
5.35pm
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I'm really sorry to hear that, @Beatleva, and I hope your dad recovers fully and quickly. It's okay to be scared, but don't forget to smile. It'll be alright.

 

Today was my last day of high school. Tomorrow we've got this big celebration 'Matura' over it, 'prom' as the Americans would call it. While everyone's fussing over their fancy dresses and expensive high heels, I'm sitting at home, preparing for the real Matura - the four final state exams. Studying is the beginning and the end of my excitement. But, I am very, very happy right now. My father hugged me, saying "So there go the best years in your life. The ones that go by slowly. Everything will be a speedy blur from now on". A friend of mine was quick to tell me that it wasn't so, and that my father never experienced University. Oh, it doesn't matter. My dad hugged and spoke to me. He hadn't been nice to me in months. 
My mum's too excited over this whole thing. She even made me go and get my nails done. I let her, despite my reservations for such unnecessary 'investments'. I suppose I owe her that, given that I bought my dress, heels, jewelry and all that while I was in Germany without her. She's even hired a photographer, for God's sake. Where the hell would I even begin to post such professional photos?!

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20 May 2014
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Eating at Hard Rock Cafe in Rome. I've asked parlance to post a few pictures for me when she gets a chance. Be watching for them later in the Beatley Moments thread.

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20 May 2014
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Getting ready for prom. Yey! So excited. (not)

I really need some sleep.

20 May 2014
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ScrambledEggs said

Getting ready for prom. Yey! So excited. (not)

I really need some sleep.

Here's hoping you have fun at the prom.

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