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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #30 on: July 03, 2015, 11:38:21 AM »
Welcome back.

Thank you :green:

Curiosity got the better of me >:(

OMG Butterflies is back!! :GA: Stick around, Al and Zeg may have a penis contest.  :zoinks:

Hi Scrappy :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup:

You are Scrappy, right?

Welcome back

Thank you  :heisenberg:

Did you move out of Jurassic Park yet?

Yes :green: :green: :green: And that's a good name for Northern Ireland.

I've been in Budapest for the best part of a year. It's awesome. The city is stunning, and for a small town gal,  just living in a big city is awesome.

The people are so sweet, and scarily polite :LOL: The neighbours sacrifice dogs on our behalf :zombiefuck:

Almost all my friends from Jurassic Park made the move with us, so settling in was easy.

Best thing I've ever done in my life :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup:

I'm thinking of moving to Scotland or Wales in a few years, or maybe to Manchester. A close friend of mine is moving to Manchester in September so I might see if I can stay with them until I can afford a place of my own.

Scotland will probably hold another independence vote in a few years time. I got fed up with Jurassic Park a long time ago, now I'm getting fed up with the UK in general. Ireland seems nice but I'm not really considering moving down there. If I am to escape Jurassic Park, it seems that Scotland looks like my destination. Wales seems quite nice too though.

Ancestors were Scottish anyway, apparently but it might to too expensive to move up there. I do have family in Wales, so it would make things a little easier.

I dunno. I'll just see how things go.

Scotland is nice. I never appreciated it fully, until I moved to NI, and saw how backwards life is over there. The whole atmosphere in NI is just toxic.
I don't think Scotland is expensive. It's way cheaper than most of England for buying or renting property, and I think the cost of living is generally lower.
Glasgow is a cool city, with a fairly low cost of living. Avoid Edinburgh though. Beautiful city, but expensive.

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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #31 on: July 03, 2015, 05:27:38 PM »
Welcome back.

Thank you :green:

Curiosity got the better of me >:(

OMG Butterflies is back!! :GA: Stick around, Al and Zeg may have a penis contest.  :zoinks:

Hi Scrappy :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup:

You are Scrappy, right?

Welcome back

Thank you  :heisenberg:

Did you move out of Jurassic Park yet?

Yes :green: :green: :green: And that's a good name for Northern Ireland.

I've been in Budapest for the best part of a year. It's awesome. The city is stunning, and for a small town gal,  just living in a big city is awesome.

The people are so sweet, and scarily polite :LOL: The neighbours sacrifice dogs on our behalf :zombiefuck:

Almost all my friends from Jurassic Park made the move with us, so settling in was easy.

Best thing I've ever done in my life :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup: :2thumbsup:

I'm thinking of moving to Scotland or Wales in a few years, or maybe to Manchester. A close friend of mine is moving to Manchester in September so I might see if I can stay with them until I can afford a place of my own.

Scotland will probably hold another independence vote in a few years time. I got fed up with Jurassic Park a long time ago, now I'm getting fed up with the UK in general. Ireland seems nice but I'm not really considering moving down there. If I am to escape Jurassic Park, it seems that Scotland looks like my destination. Wales seems quite nice too though.

Ancestors were Scottish anyway, apparently but it might to too expensive to move up there. I do have family in Wales, so it would make things a little easier.

I dunno. I'll just see how things go.

Scotland is nice. I never appreciated it fully, until I moved to NI, and saw how backwards life is over there. The whole atmosphere in NI is just toxic.

I don't feel safe here when I walk into certain areas, shit I don't even feel safe in my own damn neighbourhood. Fucking Loyalists come round to where I live and stick up UFV flags.

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I don't think Scotland is expensive. It's way cheaper than most of England for buying or renting property, and I think the cost of living is generally lower.

I heard that the cost of living in England is terrible, especially around London.

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Glasgow is a cool city, with a fairly low cost of living. Avoid Edinburgh though. Beautiful city, but expensive.

The city life isn't for me. If I can find work there I might stick around Glasgow but I'd prefer a quieter life. Again, it depends on how things go.  :)


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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #32 on: July 04, 2015, 02:01:40 AM »
Then they all grew up and left the nest and never write home any more.   :'(

I spoke to Lorna briefly, she is doing well.  Unlikely to come back though.

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I know, I know, it's just that I don't know what should be there. :GA:
Could put some awesome Jack quote in there.

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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #33 on: July 04, 2015, 04:11:25 AM »
Then they all grew up and left the nest and never write home any more.   :'(

I spoke to Lorna briefly, she is doing well.  Unlikely to come back though.

 :P



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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #34 on: February 07, 2017, 07:56:02 PM »
Hubert should do a new retrospective.  >:(
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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #35 on: February 09, 2017, 08:54:37 PM »
I can't even remember 2014.
Some people just need a high-five.
In the face.
With a chair.

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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #36 on: February 09, 2017, 09:18:44 PM »
I can't even remember 2014.
Jack is working in a future which most likely doesn't exist, which is a shame because it's so interesting and exciting.

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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #37 on: February 10, 2017, 05:49:09 PM »
Hubert should do a new retrospective.  >:(

More with less isn't bad :)
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Re: 2014 - A retrospective
« Reply #38 on: February 10, 2017, 05:58:15 PM »
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