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Old 04-07-2006, 06:05 AM   #5021
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Heh.

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So, let's talk about House. Hugh Laurie is great, right?
Hugh Laurie is incredibly funny. A Bit of Fry & Laurie is an amazing show.
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Old 04-07-2006, 06:29 AM   #5022
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IM JUST TYPING IN WORDS THAT COME TO MY HEAD IN CAPS! CHEESCAKE MURDER OLIVE CARL SEX MORON BEECH HOMEWORK HATE DIE BREATH UTILITY MY PENIS URGE CLAIVORANCE PHILOSIPHY HITLER STALIN BUSH KARMA POLICE MADMAN FINGER GOD DOG NIETZCHE COLA KEWL MILF FILTH MUDDAIN KORAN BIBLE HITCHICKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY MY MAN ROME GIRL GIRLFRIEND VIRGIN ME SAD BURRY THE ELEPHANT SUICIDE JOKE BEARD BREAD BUTTER BORED HURRY END.......etc
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Whatever.
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Would you two stop with the boring 'whatevers' and 'hehs' -

It's more interesting reading actual full sentences.
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Allo everyone. I'm back from a shite residential course. I now want to sleep. Bye.
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Yay!!! Seebsie's back...again!!!

Oh wait, now he's gone...again.

Dammit.
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Not gone yet. Just looking at kitty porn and entering competitions to win Lara Croft quickly.

Right, now I'm off Have a good weekend y'all!

P.S. Hope you had a good time with beau dude matey
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Old 04-07-2006, 09:39 AM   #5029
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Heh.

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Ain't got nobody that I can depend on
Ain't got nobody that I can depend on

Ain't got nobody that I can depend on

Ain't got no one tengo anadie
That I know of no tengo anadie
That I can depend on no tengo anadie
Ain't got no one

Got nobody
That I can depend on no tengo anadie
Ain't got nobody that I can depend on
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Whatever.

This is a full sentence that is more interesting to read.
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Okay Mr. Smarty-Pants, why don't you tell us what harpsichord pieces you've provided vocal accompaniment to?
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Okay Mr. Smarty-Pants, why don't you tell us what harpsichord pieces you've provided vocal accompaniment to?
Agree! I´ve been wondering what kind of chorus you´re in.
I sing in a chorus myself, although barbershop! We compete in the Nordic Championships in the beginning of May with perfect harmonies ,fake eyelashes and gorgeous smiles!
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Agree! I´ve been wondering what kind of chorus you´re in.
I sing in a chorus myself, although barbershop! We compete in the Nordic Championships in the beginning of May with perfect harmonies ,fake eyelashes and gorgeous smiles!
Wow! Two things...
1. I just got a vision of Gershwin's "What'll I Do?" done by a barbershop quartet. Not bad really, and it would make a great final encore.
2. Jeysie's roommate is in a barbershop quartet as well. I can't wait until she reads this.
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2. Jeysie's roommate is in a barbershop quartet as well. I can't wait until she reads this.
She knows it already.

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Okay Mr. Smarty-Pants, why don't you tell us what harpsichord pieces you've provided vocal accompaniment to?
Well, not solo singing (my voice sucks), but a proper performance of Messiah involves one for a start...
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Okay, I might as well admit to it - I used to sing with the Sweet Adelines as well, back in the 1970's. I belonged to a small group, about 22 of us including two of my sisters. I sang tenor, one sister sang baritone, and the other sang lead. We tried to get my other sister in, to sing bass so we could make a quartet, but it didn't work out. My brother was at one time in SPEBSQA(?) - the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America.

I left primarily because the rehearsals were too late for me - till 11pm and I lived 45 min away. I had to be up at 5am for work. 5 hrs sleep just wasn't enough for me, shrug...

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I sing Dido songs in the shower. All that moisture is good for my voice.

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Well, not solo singing (my voice sucks), but a proper performance of Messiah involves one for a start...
I don't think I've ever heard the entire Messiah, but I've sung the Halleluiah Chorus enough times in choirs and choruses. I've never seen a harpsichord used, but maybe it's only needed for the entire Messiah.

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I sing Dido songs in the shower.
I sang a Liza Minnelli song in the shower yesterday, but it was an accident!
Cabaret just popped into my head.
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