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  Queen Padmè Skywalker
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I do sometimes wake up in the night just knowing that I forgot an assignment...but I didn't.
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  Salaris Vorn
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I've not quite had the dream that I'm in class or something. But I have had a recurring dreams of still working on assignments either sweating bullets because I'm trying to beat the clock or because the assignment is just stressful to write in general.

My undergrad was a very good experience so I don't recall having any recurring dreams there. Grad school has introduced some assignments that are pretty much hated by all the grad students in my group and now I have recurring nightmares about those assignments. Thankfully the nightmares aren't too often, but they are there.
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  Queen Padmè Skywalker
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I wonder....what was up with everyone's hair in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire film? I mean....ugh.
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I'd be more concerned about what was with the film-makers when they wrote the 6th film. That was shocking. Main storyline thrown of the book thrown aside for 2 hours of teenagers not in control of their hormones. Done a great job with the 7th one though, can't wait for part 2.
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*sigh* I try not to think about such things. It only depresses me when I think of how much material from the books was lost. I distract myself by focusing on stuff like the hair. I mean, really. Look at Harry. Look at Ron. Look at the twins. How on earth did anyone think they were pulling those looks off??
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I reckon Harry's long hair looked alright, but on Ron and the twins it was just stupid.
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*groan* I'm looking at the twins right now. They look like girls. It pains me, since they're high on my list of favorite characters.
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I wonder why the hell do I keep having dreams at night about getting a Twitter account? Why?


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Did you know that you could walk on a pool of custard? Seriously. As long as you kept moving, you wouldn't sink. So my wonder is, couldn't you just eat the custard instead? Maybe not after you've walked on it though. May be a tad too cheesy.
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I wonder why I'm actually starting to miss TCW?
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Cause the couple episodes were good? That would be my reason. It's nice having a weekly Star Wars fix on Fridays other than another Spike Star Wars marathon full of commercials. Wink

I wonder why typos are contagious? Is it like yawns, just one of those unexplainable mysteries of the universe?
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That may b it. I wasnt a big fan in the begining, but it's kind of grwon on me now.

Gah! Stupid typos. I think I caught them from the kid with the leechy eye in Tescos...
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I wonder...if I made a Talk Like Jar Jar Thread, would anyone post there?
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There is only one way to discover it, misa think.


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