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Rose_Red

Well-known member
#43
I got an organ this morning because my piano is broken ): it can't be tuned at all.
My grandad thought it was a keyboard, but either way it's electronic - I'm not used to those types.
Now I can play again, that's all that matters to me.
So I am very happy.
 
#44
I got an organ this morning because my piano is broken ): it can't be tuned at all.
My grandad thought it was a keyboard, but either way it's electronic - I'm not used to those types.
Now I can play again, that's all that matters to me.
So I am very happy.
When you said that you got an organ this morning, I thought you meant a human organ. I was going to ask what you were going to do with it. :) My grandma has an organ and a piano and neither are tuned within an inch of their lives.
 

Rose_Red

Well-known member
#45
When you said that you got an organ this morning, I thought you meant a human organ. I was going to ask what you were going to do with it. :) My grandma has an organ and a piano and neither are tuned within an inch of their lives.
hahaha! Next time I'll be more specific :)
I might have an organ.. maybe a liver.. in my draw
>_>
<_<

Some sound alright without tuning. My piano sounds awful, it hurts my ears just pressing the keys D;
 

GhoulsNightOut

Well-known member
#48
I've been snacking on raw almonds--my replacement for potato chips. They're pretty good! I'm gonna keep eating them until I get sick of 'em like what happened with the ginger candies.
Mmm...ginger candies....
 

Remus

Moderator
Staff member
#51
having a Bass Ale - I like it

does anyone in the UK drink Bass - or is the whole "brewed in England" thing just a marketing strategy?
They have Bass pubs here where you get it on draught it's OK I guess. I think 'John smiths' or 'cafferys' are a better 'bitter' ale personally. the cans with draught on the front with a widget to contain the pressure are the best of all.

If you like that sort of thing they also have 'real ale' pubs here with a host of pubs that serve ale out of wooden casks from small indie breweries. you can get these kinds of beers at supermarkets too with often querky names.



I bet if you were a brit that you would be a member of these guys:

http://www.camra.org.uk/
 
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coyote

Well-known member
#53
They have Bass pubs here where you get it on draught it's OK I guess. I think 'John smiths' or 'cafferys' are a better 'bitter' ale personally. the cans with draught on the front with a widget to contain the pressure are the best of all.

If you like that sort of thing they also have 'real ale' pubs here with a host of pubs that serve ale out of wooden casks from small indie breweries. you can get these kinds of beers at supermarkets too with often querky names.



I bet if you were a brit that you would be a member of these guys:

Campaign for Real Ale
cool! thanks for the tip - i'll see if i can find those here

I've had Boddington's in the draught cans, the only other beer i've had in that sort of can was Guiness

thanks, for the link - maybe I'll join
 

okcancel

Well-known member
#54
Piggy banks do work. I don't spend the money I put in my piggy bank. There is no temptation to spend my special money collection either. It's nice :)
 

Phoenixx

Well-known member
#60
tomorrow i'm going to the barber, i will have short hair tomorrow :D
i want this haircut :D

^ That's an awesome hairstyle! Please post pics once you get it done. :)


A cute guy talked to me today. It was only one question, yet I keep running the scenario through my head over and over, wondering if I looked okay or if maybe he had a slight interest. (Highly doubt that he did :p) Ugh, why do I have to be so obsessive?
 
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