TheRandomPhangirl wrote:Oooooh which show?
(Also hi, I'm in 'murica now)
Friend does now not want to go because she doesn't like theatre classics. (yet liked singin' in the rain. I think it's because of my Mis obsession. Dammit)
Seeing posts from your fourteen year old self can't be as bad as your twelve year old self. *went to their first RP forum on ff.net the other day. Shudder* though if I come back here in a few years and read my posts I'll probably punch myself in the face. Speaking of usernames, I think I may need to ask to change mine, namely because of a certain noun that isn't exactly, um, right.
When the votes are counted, will the result decide directly or will the Higher Powers decide they want involvement too?
Deco was a complete bastard and I loved every single second he was on stage. It's a shame that Denis didn't sing much though, because his voice is great. Quite a few Mis alumni in there, there was an ex u/s Éponine, a few ex cast members, etc.
(Acaila, I did try sending you a message on Tumblr around your birthday, but the app was being crappy so I don't think it sent )
My drama teacher's Les Mis course is this week, and I can't do it. (Waaah)
the SNP view of Irish self-determination tends towards the Panglossian
Alouette wrote:I was referring also to the economy because it's had some spectacular peaks and troughs. It is true that the currency split was handled well at the time, but now it seems that whoever you speak to outside Ireland can't get past the Euro crisis from a few years ago. When I spoke to anyone abroad in like 2011, it was as if they thought all the banks here had shut down or something.
This is from today's edition of an Irish paper:the SNP view of Irish self-determination tends towards the Panglossian
...which is probably unfair. (love the gratuitous Candide reference though!)
Acaila wrote:Suggest what sort of food you like and what sort of resources you would have in your kitchen and I can suggest some recipes. I was always self-catering at uni and it was way more fun and convenient and tasty.
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