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[Mar. 30th, 2004|03:18 pm]
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Bibs, who is a new friend of Lem's and mine, celebrated her 19th on Saturday night. We went out for dinner to a Korean restaurant where I had the best meal I've had since Dad came down to drop some of my stuff off - which must have been almost a month ago...

Preceding Saturday night was, rather obviously, Saturday afternoon and morning, during which I slept and went to the bank. Rather exciting, really.

Sunday was also pretty average, although I joined a heap of people, possibly all guys, in watch a Western called Tombstone. None of the actors were especially hot, but there was quite a few nice action shots, and the girl that I was hoping would die, died. According to one of the guys I was sitting with, cheering on someone's death is not a nice thing to do. Will totally make a note of that for future occassions. Possibly.

Lem and Duaa and I bought Bibs a carebear for her birthday, which was actually today. For some reason we thought it was appropriate. Oh, and must remeber that it's Mell's birthday tomorrow... I've sent her a card already, but I thought a text might be kinda nice as well.

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I got a B+ for my legal opinion that I thought was absolutely crap, which I thought was rather an achievement. My tutor says I have to do more alternative thinking. Maybe I should warn him just how alternative my thinking is.

My finance group got 10/10 for our latest assignment. Bibs and I agree that this was obviously because of the the half-page sized smily face we added to it at the last moment.

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Last night I dreamed that I was still at Waiheke, enjoying the hot summer weather. Woke up to find myself still in shitty Dunedin. Damn. Not that I don't love Dunners, but it would be nice to know that the sun actually still exists.

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Some people are beyond help.

In other news, so am I.

Now, if you excuse me, I have to go and control my raging hormones prepare for legal history.
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[User Picture]From: gwen_louise
2004-03-30 12:17 am (UTC)
Cheering when people die=bad huh? Hmmm, must file that away for future reference.
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[User Picture]From: wingsister
2004-03-31 01:58 pm (UTC)
I know! I mean, who would have guessed?!
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