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# 71353 9-Nov-2010 10:08
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How was your day yesterday and what did you do :)

I had an epic day yesterday, because I found out that someone I have liked for a very very long time, has similar feelings towards me :) - best feeling ever!

What about you lot?

 

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  # 401986 9-Nov-2010 10:16
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Sat at my desk at work all day. Got home and felt sick, was asleep by 9pm.
Similar day so far today as well ;)





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  # 401987 9-Nov-2010 10:19
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Work all day, fix the MIL's gas hotwater cylinder, deliver flyers and then go bowling, drink beer, fish n chips on beach, then bed ;)

 
 
 
 


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  # 401988 9-Nov-2010 10:21
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RedBull:I had an epic day yesterday, because I found out that someone I have liked for a very very long time, has similar feelings towards me :) - best feeling ever!
 


Aren't you engaged?




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  # 401990 9-Nov-2010 10:24
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work, home, beers in sun, steak and chips (mmmm), bed.




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  # 401991 9-Nov-2010 10:34
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Drop kid at pre school, drop car for service, pay $500 for service, walk home, bit of work, reading books on my Kindle while chooks were out in the garden, walk to mall for lunch, get car from service, book cambelt replacement at $1800 for this Thursday, get kid from preschool, home, playing Borderlands for an hour, bed...

Just a normal day...





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  # 401992 9-Nov-2010 10:38
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I had a frikkin awesome day!
I got a phonecall I totally didn't expect with a very interesting proposition.
Collected my lovely wife from work, went and picked up the empty beer bottles I won on TradeMe that I'm going to homebrew with.
Extra Bonus: Came with ~6 bottles of his homebrew he hadn't drunk yet!

Great day. I'm lucky - I love my job.




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  # 401993 9-Nov-2010 10:39
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Had work all day, then hit up the gym, after that I put the tea on, chicken sweet chilli and lime (drool) and then had a nice relaxing bath. Haven't had one in years.. It was great!

Redbull, it wasn't long ago you posted on geekzone that you were having withdrawal symptoms from your partner who was studying or something..? Is this not the same dude??

Tisk tisk..

 
 
 
 


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  # 401996 9-Nov-2010 10:46
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I worked all day which was a painful experience as I'm in the process of expelling the remnants of some strong pain killers i was on for a few weeks - detox sucks! Still, I perked up by 5pm when I remembered it was family dinner night with the in-laws....it's always a good way to end a Monday :)

Oh, I also finished Force Unleashed 2 before I went to bed.  That was fun :) 

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  # 402000 9-Nov-2010 10:53
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went to libarary to get out the 77th edition of the Yates Garden guide, which happens to be the 4th month in a row I've needed this book, I'm now thinking I should spend some money and buy the damn thing.

I also purchased a the movie 'Once' with Glen Hansard and Mark?ta Irglov? for $12. Its a xmas present for my wife.




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  # 402003 9-Nov-2010 10:54
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gehenna: Still, I perked up by 5pm when I remembered it was family dinner night with the in-laws....it's always a good way to end a Monday :) 


I can't tell if this is sarcasm or not? Tongue out 

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  # 402007 9-Nov-2010 11:00
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Weetbix - Drop youngest off at preschool - settling into new job - pick up youngest - phone call from builder saying house on hold due to others not paying contractors for thier houses (very pissed off) - make dinner (chicken wraps which the kids love) - manged to copy over old emails from old back up profile to new profile (surprised I did not stuff it up) - half watched Mentalist while trying to organise photos on PC - Bed.



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  # 402010 9-Nov-2010 11:03
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cgrew: Had work all day, then hit up the gym, after that I put the tea on, chicken sweet chilli and lime (drool) and then had a nice relaxing bath. Haven't had one in years.. It was great!

Redbull, it wasn't long ago you posted on geekzone that you were having withdrawal symptoms from your partner who was studying or something..? Is this not the same dude??

Tisk tisk..


Its a long story haha. It is him. Its a bit of a personal joke.
 

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  # 402017 9-Nov-2010 11:13
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langi27: I also purchased a the movie 'Once' with Glen Hansard and Mark?ta Irglov? for $12. Its a xmas present for my wife.


Downbeat Christmas in store for you then.Wink
I liked the film but only because I am a huge Glenn Hansard/Swell Season/Frames fan but it is essentially a loong music video with a tenuous and [for me] unsatisfying story interspesed amongst some lovely songs.

And to stay on topic in off topic. Yesterday was bog-standard for me, I worked all day [in finance yay Frown] and walked home. Watched some Masterchef Australia and some other shows off torrent, watered the lettuces and tomatoes and assorted other plants.

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  # 402032 9-Nov-2010 11:38
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Haha sounds like it is a long story..

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  # 402057 9-Nov-2010 12:42
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Went for walk on a farm with a mate to sight in his new rifle. Shot 8 rabbits and 3 turkeys.
Spent the evening plucking 3 turkeys. (Don't do this inside!)




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