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Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 02:25 PM
but you had a lot more fun :lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 22nd, 2009, 02:32 PM
I will give you one more story before I leave our virtual SKF house and go to sleep, I absolutely hated sewing (hasn't anyone heard of superglue to put a button on?)at school and to this day I still do and I think my teacher sensed this and gave me stupid projects so I got sick of it and threaded a massive pin up through her seat so when she sat down she would get pricked, well she sat down and I never attended a sewing lesson ever again, it was a win-win situation :angel:

karenwalker2
Apr 22nd, 2009, 02:38 PM
One of my teachers blames me whenever people talk in the lesson. He actually swore at me in the middle of a lecture but it was not even me talking i was day dreaming and sitting on my own because he moved me away from everyone.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 22nd, 2009, 02:40 PM
Ruh Roh, sounds like you've been targeted kw2, is your real name Karen btw? I have a goldfish memory sometimes so I apologise if you've already mentioned it. Maybe your teacher thinks you are a ventriloquist?

karenwalker2
Apr 22nd, 2009, 02:43 PM
I havent said my name yet lol No its Natalie im just a huge Will and Grace fan. I think its a case of you talk once in lesson you get blamed for it all the time.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 22nd, 2009, 02:48 PM
Oh I'm an effing idiot, Karen Walker of course *slaps forehead* Well Natalie, I used to love Will & Grace, but not so much W & G but more Karen and Jack. Grace was a little too neurotic for me.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 22nd, 2009, 02:52 PM
Goodnight all, could the last person to leave please make sure they feed all the SKF animals:

Dog
Cat
Bird
Guinea Pig
Rabbit
Giraffe (someone should own up as to who let this in)
Elephant (no wonder there’s not much room)
Mouse (eek)
Squirrel
Tiger (which is scaring all the other animals btw)

And please water the plants :cool:

Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 04:26 PM
Good night Stef :wavey: We can adopt even more animals ;) but that's good enough for a start :p

Natalie,one of my favourite names in all its variants (I named one of my cats Natasha ;)).I also enjoyed watching Will and Grace :D

karenwalker2
Apr 22nd, 2009, 05:14 PM
Everyone spells it differently which is kinda cool. I was actually born around christmas like the meaning of the name. Whats your name, if you dont mind me asking?

Tatianadove
Apr 22nd, 2009, 05:49 PM
Hope you are all better Tatiana :sad:

:hug: thank u! I feel myself better but doctors insist on 2 more weeks of staying in hospital. :sad: I don't want to be there but have to obey. I'm only happy that they allowed me to miss 3 days at this week to celebrate B-day!:) Good doctors!!!

Света_мой_№1
Apr 22nd, 2009, 05:53 PM
I will give you one more story before I leave our virtual SKF house and go to sleep, I absolutely hated sewing (hasn't anyone heard of superglue to put a button on?)at school and to this day I still do and I think my teacher sensed this and gave me stupid projects so I got sick of it and threaded a massive pin up through her seat so when she sat down she would get pricked, well she sat down and I never attended a sewing lesson ever again, it was a win-win situation :angel:

I did things like that too. put a pin on you teachers seat or blow up a condom and when clas begins throw it in the air they dont know how to react. or put glue on the door handle. I ones throw something at the teacher and saw him turning:fiery: I blamed a other student and he felt for it.:angel: just things like that I can go on and on

Света_мой_№1
Apr 22nd, 2009, 05:56 PM
Goodnight all, could the last person to leave please make sure they feed all the SKF animals:

Dog
Cat
Bird
Guinea Pig
Rabbit
Giraffe (someone should own up as to who let this in)
Elephant (no wonder there’s not much room)
Mouse (eek)
Squirrel
Tiger (which is scaring all the other animals btw)

And please water the plants :cool:

we should all give them names

Света_мой_№1
Apr 22nd, 2009, 05:56 PM
ooow and I let the giraffe in

Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:16 PM
:hug: thank u! I feel myself better but doctors insist on 2 more weeks of staying in hospital. :sad: I don't want to be there but have to obey. I'm only happy that they allowed me to miss 3 days at this week to celebrate B-day!:) Good doctors!!!


Tatiana,what do you have exactly that's taken you so long at hospital? when is your birthday?

Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:16 PM
we should all give them names


good idea :lol:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:24 PM
Tatiana,what do you have exactly that's taken you so long at hospital? when is your birthday?

her bday is tomorrow!

Tatianadove
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:25 PM
Tatiana,what do you have exactly that's taken you so long at hospital? when is your birthday?

I have gastritis but doctors think it's gastric ulcer :sad:
and my B-day is tomorrow!:p

Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:31 PM
I have gastritis but doctors think it's gastric ulcer :sad:
and my B-day is tomorrow!:p

oh poor tati :hug: and do they know why this ulcer is caused?
I'll wish you a happy birthday tomorrow then,I don't like doing it in advance :p ;)

Tatianadove
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:37 PM
oh poor tati :hug: and do they know why this ulcer is caused?
I'll wish you a happy birthday tomorrow then,I don't like doing it in advance :p ;)

Pepsi, Cola, chips and other similar unhealthy stuff:o I quitted to drink Soda drinks in 15 or 16 yo but they still effect on me.

my advise to you: DON'T DRINK SODA DRINKS!!!!

Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:43 PM
Pepsi, Cola, chips and other similar unhealthy stuff:o I quitted to drink Soda drinks in 15 or 16 yo but they still effect on me.

my advise to you: DON'T DRINK SODA DRINKS!!!!

I quit drinking Coca Cola,Pepsi and all that shit this year as I have had stomach problems in february,not as serious as yours,but doctors told me this was very unhealthy and didn't help me.Before that I was a big consumer of coca cola,I drank it every day of my life :o I don't miss it at all.I feel better since I drink and eat healthier.

Does alcohol drinks also affect your problem?

PersephoneDisco
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:45 PM
I never drank cola, I was more of a sprite girl (I drank it with food) but I drank fruit juice more. I think I'm quite healthy but I could do more.

Tatianadove
Apr 22nd, 2009, 08:49 PM
I quit drinking Coca Cola,Pepsi and all that shit this year as I have had stomach problems in february,not as serious as yours,but doctors told me this was very unhealthy and didn't help me.Before that I was a big consumer of coca cola,I drank it every day of my life :o I don't miss it at all.I feel better since I drink and eat healthier.

Does alcohol drinks also affect your problem?

nope!:p cause I don't drink too much! only one glass of wine at some special days! like b-days, weddings and etc.

Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 09:11 PM
good girl,tati ;) :p

Bероника
Apr 22nd, 2009, 09:13 PM
http://www2.tennisforum.com/showthread.php?t=376925

lol sveta loves blue :rolls: ,it can only be a positive thing :p

PersephoneDisco
Apr 22nd, 2009, 09:14 PM
I'll write the same thing as I did on FD blog about the subject...I'm blue da ba dee da bee dai! :dance:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 22nd, 2009, 09:26 PM
yeah I remember that horrible song

karenwalker2
Apr 23rd, 2009, 12:00 AM
I'll write the same thing as I did on FD blog about the subject...I'm blue da ba dee da bee dai! :dance:

I fell out with a boy down my street because of that song lol most annoying song ever!

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 10:19 AM
we should all give them names

I so knew you let the giraffe in :devil::lol:

Can I please name the rabbit Amy? I love this name :angel:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 10:26 AM
:hug: thank u! I feel myself better but doctors insist on 2 more weeks of staying in hospital. :sad: I don't want to be there but have to obey. I'm only happy that they allowed me to miss 3 days at this week to celebrate B-day!:) Good doctors!!!

Happy birthday Tatiana http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/cake-008.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/gift-060.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-010.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-012.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-043.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-balloons-002.gif

Bероника
Apr 23rd, 2009, 10:57 AM
C днём рождения,Тати!!!!!!! :aparty:

http://www.otkritka.com/images/otkritka-s_dnem_rojdeniya_37.jpg


Enjoy your day and hope you get loads of nice presents :kiss: :D

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:20 PM
I so knew you let the giraffe in :devil::lol:

Can I please name the rabbit Amy? I love this name :angel:

Amy sedaris - who is my personal IDOL- has rabbits so I would agree that name would be very apt :p

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:36 PM
Amy sedaris - who is my personal IDOL- has rabbits so I would agree that name would be very apt :p

Maybe I should have called the rabbit dusty? And just to lay the rumour to rest, it's not because of Amy Whinehouse :lol:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:48 PM
:hug::woohoo::yippee::spit::banana::aparty::bdayca ke:happy birthday tatiana

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:49 PM
I so knew you let the giraffe in :devil::lol:

Can I please name the rabbit Amy? I love this name :angel:

yeah I just fell in love with it couldnt help it:angel:

oow and amy is fine by me

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:53 PM
Maybe I should have called the rabbit dusty? And just to lay the rumour to rest, it's not because of Amy Whinehouse :lol:

Nah, it's time we called a rabbit after the legend that is amy sedaris ;)

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:53 PM
But Mel we've had to make the SKF 3 storeys high just to accommodate the neck! :lol: How are you today?

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:56 PM
well I will help you build it no problem.

I am doing ok again.

and how are you today??

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 01:57 PM
Really good, I'm hoping to get tickets to see Beyonce later on this year, so very excited. You have to be excited about going to tennis! Everything packed?

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:00 PM
I am packing on saterday but already have everything planned. I cant wait the days are taking to long now and then when I am there they will go to fast.

beyonce is pretty coowl

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:06 PM
Yeah I really like her music, but 'single ladies' drives me nuts, if I hear it in the car I turn the radio off for a few minutes. Make sure you've got pens, camera, banner, toothbrush etc etc :rolls:

Bероника
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:09 PM
so you are packing on last day :p :lol: I do that most of the time too.

I never really liked Beyoncé until this last disc,that I love :hearts: I hope you get the tickets Stef ;)

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:12 PM
Yeah I really like her music, but 'single ladies' drives me nuts, if I hear it in the car I turn the radio off for a few minutes. Make sure you've got pens, camera, banner, toothbrush etc etc :rolls:
yeah I liked it in the beginning but now is drives me crazy too. I have made a list of what to take weeks ago cuz even on that list I forget everything.
so you are packing on last day :p :lol: I do that most of the time too.

I never really liked Beyoncé until this last disc,that I love :hearts: I hope you get the tickets Stef ;)

ofcourse I do I am lazy and I still need a lot of stuff of what I am taking with me

Bероника
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:25 PM
the list is a good idea ;)

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:33 PM
Thanks Vero, I hope I get tickets too, I will look after the giraffe while you are gone Mel and I promise I won't send it back to Africa :angel: but I can't promise that I won't feed it chocolate :devil:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:49 PM
I have another question for all countries, do you all celebrate Mother's Day?

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:52 PM
I have another question for all countries, do you all celebrate Mother's Day?

Yeh we do (afghanistan and uk :angel:)

I don't think North Korea do but then that's cos it's a fascist communist dictatorship :shrug:

Tatianadove
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:55 PM
Happy birthday Tatiana http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/cake-008.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/gift-060.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-010.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-012.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-043.gif http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Holidays_and_Party/party-balloons-002.gif

thank you!!:):kiss:

Tatianadove
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:56 PM
C днём рождения,Тати!!!!!!! :aparty:

http://www.otkritka.com/images/otkritka-s_dnem_rojdeniya_37.jpg


Enjoy your day and hope you get loads of nice presents :kiss: :D
Spasibo!!:):kiss:

:hug::woohoo::yippee::spit::banana::aparty::bdayca ke:happy birthday tatiana

thank you!!:kiss::)

Tatianadove
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:57 PM
I have another question for all countries, do you all celebrate Mother's Day?

we call it International Women's Day and it's on March,8

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 02:57 PM
I don't think North Korea have anything to celebrate about! Do you like my incredibly naive/ignorant question, next thing I will be asking if you all celebrate the New Year :spit:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:00 PM
we call it International Women's Day and it's on March,8

So this day doesn't just recognise mother's but all women? sisters? aunts?

Tatianadove
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:11 PM
I don't think North Korea have anything to celebrate about! Do you like my incredibly naive/ignorant question, next thing I will be asking if you all celebrate the New Year :spit:

here it's bigger holiday than Christmas!!!

Tatianadove
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:14 PM
So this day doesn't just recognise mother's but all women? sisters? aunts?

yeah, and it's a bank holiday in Russia, all females receive gifts, flowers. I like this day!:p

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:14 PM
I don't think North Korea have anything to celebrate about! Do you like my incredibly naive/ignorant question, next thing I will be asking if you all celebrate the New Year :spit:

Yep, I find North Korea...not far from the same level as Nazi germany..I wouldn't mind maiming Kim Jong-il but that's a whole topic for another day ;)

Well it's not really. I mean the UK celebrate mothering sunday which is religious but on the same day it's the secular mothers day:)

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:18 PM
yeah, and it's a bank holiday in Russia, all females receive gifts, flowers. I like this day!:p

Thank you Tatiana, we celebrate both International Women's Day and Mother's Day separately, pfft I will mention to my mum when she is expecting some great gifts that Russia only celebrates this day once not twice and she should be really really lucky :lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:21 PM
Yep, I find North Korea...not far from the same level as Nazi germany..I wouldn't mind maiming Kim Jong-il but that's a whole topic for another day ;)

Well it's not really. I mean the UK celebrate mothering sunday which is religious but on the same day it's the secular mothers day:)

Well I'll read about it in the local papers no doubt Maz, please don't do it though, or it will be goodbye to TF for you :eek:, actually it will be goodbye everything for you :lol:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:23 PM
Thanks Vero, I hope I get tickets too, I will look after the giraffe while you are gone Mel and I promise I won't send it back to Africa :angel: but I can't promise that I won't feed it chocolate :devil:

thank you very much chocolate is fine

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:23 PM
Well I'll read about it in the local papers no doubt Maz, please don't do it though, or it will be goodbye to TF for you :eek:, actually it will be goodbye everything for you :lol:

:lol: I bet the bastard has TF as a bookmark seeing as he professes himself to be internet savvy. Don't worry, I'm a british national and with it comes heavy leverage ;)

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:26 PM
we have mothers day on the second sunday of may and somewhere in may or june dont really remember also lady's day.

in german they have lady's day next tuesday cuz then I am in stuttgart and I got my ticket for half the price cuz I am a lady

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:27 PM
:lol: I bet the bastard has TF as a bookmark seeing as he professes himself to be internet savvy. Don't worry, I'm a british national and with it comes heavy leverage ;)

Me thinks that looking up p.orn on websites = not internet savvy!:lol:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:29 PM
Me thinks that looking up p.orn on websites = not internet savvy!:lol:

me thinks he wants jankovic as his next mistress :p

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:31 PM
we have mothers day on the second sunday of may and somewhere in may or june dont really remember also lady's day.

in german they have lady's day next tuesday cuz then I am in stuttgart and I got my ticket for half the price cuz I am a lady

We have Mother's Day on 10th May too, I only remember because our traditional mother's day flower is called a Chrysanthemum and I have some in my driveway, when they start budding I know that it's not too far off. Wow I can't believe the discounts of lady's day :eek:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:41 PM
me thinks he wants jankovic as his next mistress :p

Me thinks you are hilarious!:lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 23rd, 2009, 03:57 PM
And finally, me thinks it is starting to rain here :bounce: me thinks me go to sleep and me thinks me alarm will go off in 5.75 hrs to get up and go to work! :fiery: Goodnights SKF's, goodnight SKF animals (big kisses) :kiss:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 05:14 PM
good night you might be sleeping already but better late then never

Vanity Bonfire
Apr 23rd, 2009, 07:19 PM
Hey Maz - you could do a 'Dictator Maiming World Tour' and go for Robert Mugabe as well. I'll join you for that.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 07:21 PM
And finally, me thinks it is starting to rain here :bounce: me thinks me go to sleep and me thinks me alarm will go off in 5.75 hrs to get up and go to work! :fiery: Goodnights SKF's, goodnight SKF animals (big kisses) :kiss:

Good night stef! methinks I like ya a lot! :hug:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 07:22 PM
Hey Maz - you could do a 'Dictator Maiming World Tour' and go for Robert Mugabe as well. I'll join you for that.

We're making a list and checking it twice :dance: :devil:

Bероника
Apr 23rd, 2009, 07:30 PM
I have another question for all countries, do you all celebrate Mother's Day?

Here we celebrate mother's day the first sunday of may,so it's coming soon.

Bероника
Apr 23rd, 2009, 07:31 PM
we have mothers day on the second sunday of may and somewhere in may or june dont really remember also lady's day.

in german they have lady's day next tuesday cuz then I am in stuttgart and I got my ticket for half the price cuz I am a lady

such great timing :lol:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 07:33 PM
OMG mel got her tickets half price cos of ladys day??? :eek: HELLO UK??? TAKE THE HINT!

Is it bad to ask mel to take pictures of Dinara if she happens to see her? :angel:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 07:57 PM
no that isnt bad if I see her I will do it but dont be mad when I couldnt find her I have pics from her in berlin but I posted them on this site somewhere dont Know if you got them.
I will take a lot of pics like in berlin I did it with every training I saw and the matches

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 08:05 PM
no that isnt bad if I see her I will do it but dont be mad when I couldnt find her I have pics from her in berlin but I posted them on this site somewhere dont Know if you got them.
I will take a lot of pics like in berlin I did it with every training I saw and the matches


thanks mel! :smooch: I don't know if dina's thread got the pics :awww:

How are you getting to stuttgart then mel? I hope you have a safe journey :)

Tatianadove
Apr 23rd, 2009, 08:07 PM
Good luck in your journey Mel!!!

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 08:32 PM
thanks I am going with my dads car

well if you cant find it on the dinara selection I can post them tomorrow if you want the pics arent that great but worth seeing

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 08:33 PM
thanks I am going with my dads car

well if you cant find it on the dinara selection I can post them tomorrow if you want the pics arent that great but worth seeing

We have a very extensive on court thread so we'd be happy to have your pics mel!

Bероника
Apr 23rd, 2009, 08:41 PM
I'm sure you'll have loads of fun Mel and this year you have all the chances to finally see Sveta :D

PersephoneDisco
Apr 23rd, 2009, 08:58 PM
I'm sure you'll have loads of fun Mel and this year you have all the chances to finally see Sveta :D

Oh has Mel not seen Sveta yet? :bounce: Hope she does this time!!

Света_мой_№1
Apr 23rd, 2009, 09:38 PM
nope in berlin I missed her she was just out and I only had tickets from qf on.

I will do the pics tomorrow on the dina section right now it is to late

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 24th, 2009, 04:18 AM
Good night stef! methinks I like ya a lot! :hug:

You're only human Maz :angel:

LanaKuz
Apr 24th, 2009, 05:23 AM
we call it International Women's Day and it's on March,8
In addition to Women's Day there's an an actual Mother's Day in Russia as well. I'm guessing it's not a very big deal for some families, but my grandma always reminds me to give my mom a call :) It is celebrated on last Sunday of November. I know for sure there's no Father's Day in Russia.

PS. Hi everyone :wavey: Glad to be back with you!!! :bounce:

Анна
Apr 24th, 2009, 06:49 AM
Well, I think all of you can send me a virtual hug in a couple of weeks, then ;). I committed parenthood.

On another note, I'm not sure about bringing up "heavy" subjects here, but rarely have I sat down and read a book in one sitting (well, broken in half by my son's soccer match), and even more rarely has a book been life-changing. I read Monica Seles' new book today. Back in the early 1990's, she was my crush du jour, right up there with Gabby ;):hearts:. Then, the stabbing happened, and she really seemed to flounder for a long time.

I too went through a trauma, and started eating to avoid dealing with myself and what happened. Then I just repeated that pattern through anything else that happened-having a Downs' child, my marriage falling apart, the deaths of my parents. Even "good" things could set off so much anxiety that food was the only answer. I hope I have Monica's strength and courage to face this in myself. What's strange to me was that I was in the bookstore, but nowhere near the new releases or even the sports section, and saw the book on a table, the last copy. I need to do this. No program or diet or whatever will work long-term until I do.

Bероника
Apr 24th, 2009, 04:39 PM
I can't wait to read Monica's book too.Not only because she was my big favourite for a long while (I also had a crush on her and on Gaby.Seems like we have similar taste ;) ),but also for the subject she writes about.I read the other day an extract of it and I found it very touching.I definitely have to read this one.

karenwalker2
Apr 24th, 2009, 05:04 PM
I might give it a go too. I wont have much to do after my exams especially as they wont let me back to work for a while :(

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 24th, 2009, 05:26 PM
In addition to Women's Day there's an an actual Mother's Day in Russia as well. I'm guessing it's not a very big deal for some families, but my grandma always reminds me to give my mom a call :) It is celebrated on last Sunday of November. I know for sure there's no Father's Day in Russia.

PS. Hi everyone :wavey: Glad to be back with you!!! :bounce:

Hi Lana, thank you for this information, there is definitely father's day here, but no daughter's day....why not I ask myself :lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 24th, 2009, 05:42 PM
Well, I think all of you can send me a virtual hug in a couple of weeks, then ;). I committed parenthood.

On another note, I'm not sure about bringing up "heavy" subjects here, but rarely have I sat down and read a book in one sitting (well, broken in half by my son's soccer match), and even more rarely has a book been life-changing. I read Monica Seles' new book today. Back in the early 1990's, she was my crush du jour, right up there with Gabby ;):hearts:. Then, the stabbing happened, and she really seemed to flounder for a long time.

I too went through a trauma, and started eating to avoid dealing with myself and what happened. Then I just repeated that pattern through anything else that happened-having a Downs' child, my marriage falling apart, the deaths of my parents. Even "good" things could set off so much anxiety that food was the only answer. I hope I have Monica's strength and courage to face this in myself. What's strange to me was that I was in the bookstore, but nowhere near the new releases or even the sports section, and saw the book on a table, the last copy. I need to do this. No program or diet or whatever will work long-term until I do.

I too hope you find your inner strength :hug: everyone has it but to find it and then use it can be the biggest challenge, keep searching, you will find it!:)

Анна
Apr 24th, 2009, 07:06 PM
Oh, Mel, did you see this? http://www.cnn.com/2009/TRAVEL/getaways/04/24/travel.snaps.netherlands/index.html. It's really beautiful.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 24th, 2009, 07:25 PM
Oh, Mel, did you see this? http://www.cnn.com/2009/TRAVEL/getaways/04/24/travel.snaps.netherlands/index.html. It's really beautiful.

I just adore Holland. My favorite cousin and his family live there and I've never had a bad time. Xmas and New years at Holland is the best! :D A little sad I can't go to holland this summer but at least I went at new years :)

Света_мой_№1
Apr 25th, 2009, 09:23 PM
Oh, Mel, did you see this? http://www.cnn.com/2009/TRAVEL/getaways/04/24/travel.snaps.netherlands/index.html. It's really beautiful.

yeah it is kinda what I see every day or I went to visit it.

Bероника
Apr 27th, 2009, 03:45 PM
How is everyone doing today after disappointing last weekend?

I mean disapointing for the result for our girls of course,but I have to say it was great fun as always follow it with all of you :D After Russia defeated by the bad italians,I changed to watch/follow the last 2 France matchs.I can't remember having spent that much time in front of my computer ever :help: :eek:

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 03:49 PM
How is everyone doing today after disappointing last weekend?

I mean disapointing for the result for our girls of course,but I have to say it was great fun as always follow it with all of you :D After Russia defeated by the bad italians,I changed to watch/follow the last 2 France matchs.I can't remember having spent that much time in front of my computer ever :help: :eek:

I only caught yesterdays game and she played really well. Yesterday i was practically on my laptop all day and my housemates were funny cos they knew i wouldnt be happy if they distracted me.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 03:58 PM
I'm so glad Ame did her part ;) But god that doubles match was tense! That 3rd set was just bonkers..so many breaks of serve :lol:
She is just so damn awesome!:hearts:

Bероника
Apr 27th, 2009, 04:08 PM
that last match was too much :lol: the tension,the lack of coverage,the livescores not working properly :help: in the end it all ended up well.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 04:14 PM
It did end well. France was the success story of FC in my opinion. Too bad about Cornet's FC record..0-6 :o

Анна
Apr 27th, 2009, 04:45 PM
Well, at least the USA is in the final :p. How silly of me, not even following my home country!

Vero's right; I mean, sure, it's a lot more fun when our girl is winning, but with Sveta and many of the other players, it's all good fun ;):drool:. And I don't know about you, but the friendships forged on this forum are as real as any others to me.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 04:54 PM
I agree Anna, my 'real' friends are still like :p over the fact I have so many great friends on TF and that I speak about them as if I've known them for years :D

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 06:31 PM
Its good that you guys feel like that. None of my friends understand tennis or anything like that. I have used tennis to help relax me after problems at home, uni and work.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 06:43 PM
Its good that you guys feel like that. None of my friends understand tennis or anything like that. I have used tennis to help relax me after problems at home, uni and work.

NO ONE I know likes tennis and that is why I went to wimbledon last year alone :sobbing: I think I may have some volunteers but sheesh they're hard to come by once they realise they have to pay Ł30+ :p
Tennis does a lot for me, I can't believe I only got into it recently. I mean I was and still am a hardcore football fan therefore the transition to a individual sport was rather interesting but it's great!:D

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 06:52 PM
I have convinced my best friend to come to eastbourne with me but i have to go see every horror film she wants to see and i hate scary films. Im thinkin about going to Birmingham for the day when the tennis is there. will end up going on my own.I was so against going to wimbledon last year but going there made me love tennis.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 06:57 PM
I have convinced my best friend to come to eastbourne with me but i have to go see every horror film she wants to see and i hate scary films. Im thinkin about going to Birmingham for the day when the tennis is there. will end up going on my own.I was so against going to wimbledon last year but going there made me love tennis.

:lol: Just think of Sveta when you're in the cinema! Hopefully not getting killed in a slasher film :eek::p
I love wimbly, totally got swept by it so I'm hoping this year I'll go with a friend and actually watch a singles match (only watched the re-start of Dina's doubles match)and get good tickets to the good courts :p

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:02 PM
:lol: Just think of Sveta when you're in the cinema! Hopefully not getting killed in a slasher film :eek::p
I love wimbly, totally got swept by it so I'm hoping this year I'll go with a friend and actually watch a singles match (only watched the re-start of Dina's doubles match)and get good tickets to the good courts :p

I will lol i will probably have a heart attack or something! we camped last year and got court 1 seats but just missed out on centre court tickets by like 4 people :( We saw 2 but the first 1 was the 3 hour Ana Ivanovic and Nathalie Dechy game which was amazing. Really tiring day tho but was worth it.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:05 PM
I will lol i will probably have a heart attack or something! we camped last year and got court 1 seats but just missed out on centre court tickets by like 4 people :( We saw 2 but the first 1 was the 3 hour Ana Ivanovic and Nathalie Dechy game which was amazing. Really tiring day tho but was worth it.

I've never camped and don't want to. I'm content queuing up :p I'd rather sleep in the car but you can't get the car onto the green, that's not allowed and slightly illegal :p
That was a great match! Yeah I was proper knackered too cos I got up at half 6 to get there at a relatively early time and got home around 10pm cos of traffic :p

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:26 PM
I've never camped and don't want to. I'd rather sleep in the car but you can't get the car onto the green, that's not allowed and slightly illegal :p
That was a great match! Yeah I was proper knackered too cos I got up at half 6 to get there at a relatively early time and got home around 10pm cos of traffic :p


I wasnt keen either Natalie does not do camping or sleeping outside. Also was impressed as i did a 10 shift during the day. It was so hot thats what made me so tired and the tube journey home

dearg
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:27 PM
Maz don't beat me to a pulp but I prefer watching the tennis on TV than going to Wimbledon!
Hated the queuing, didn't have tickets. I went after 6.00 one time and that was o.k. but didn't see much action!

Bероника
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:37 PM
:lol: Natalie,I also hate horror films and no one would make me watch it :p

I also don't have friends who enjoy tennis as I do,they are into other things,so when I go to tournaments I go with people I've known in this forum (from Spain).We first met in 2006 for YEC in Madrid.Now everytime there's a good chance to go watch tennis together and we can go,we plan trip together.For Moscow last year it was different.I was on a trip there for my holodays so I went to tennis on my own and still enjoyed it.Also in tournaments you get to meet new people as well,other tennis fans,as crazy as we are,I still write from time to time with a french lady I met at Madrid in 2006 who was a huge Amélie fan (it could not be any other way :lol:) and that invited me among the french fans and even lend me a "bleu,blanc,rouge" tshirt for all of Amélie's matchs and that was very nice as she knew I also loved Sveta and as I missed her practise session but she was there,she got Sveta to sign a poster for me.


Back to Anne's post,I agree with you and I feel the same way.This place has become special not only because we follow and discuss Sveta,but because I love reading what you all write,I have fun when you write funny things,I feel bad when you write not such funny things,and in general,it's a place where I feel among friends.It didn't use to be like that.When I started to follow Sveta,there was not a lot going on on this forum,but little by little I've met in this forum people that I appreciate a lot.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:43 PM
Maz don't beat me to a pulp but I prefer watching the tennis on TV than going to Wimbledon!
Hated the queuing, didn't have tickets. I went after 6.00 one time and that was o.k. but didn't see much action!

Dude, last year was the first time! It's like with football, I'd rather be in my living room with my dad screaming our heads off :angel:
Don't worry I save up and have an organised schedule for the day :p I may not have seen a lot of matches but I did see a lot of tennis players :) I'm okay with the queuing, it's just the fact that you might find out after waiting for 3 hours you're not gonna get tickets! :(

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:52 PM
:lol: Natalie,I also hate horror films and no one would make me watch it :p

I also don't have friends who enjoy tennis as I do,they are into other things,so when I go to tournaments I go with people I've known in this forum (from Spain).We first met in 2006 for YEC in Madrid.Now everytime there's a good chance to go watch tennis together and we can go,we plan trip together.For Moscow last year it was different.I was on a trip there for my holodays so I went to tennis on my own and still enjoyed it.Also in tournaments you get to meet new people as well,other tennis fans,as crazy as we are,I still write from time to time with a french lady I met at Madrid in 2006 who was a huge Amélie fan (it could not be any other way :lol:) and that invited me among the french fans and even lend me a "bleu,blanc,rouge" tshirt for all of Amélie's matchs and that was very nice as she knew I also loved Sveta and as I missed her practise session but she was there,she got Sveta to sign a poster for me.


Back to Anne's post,I agree with you and I feel the same way.This place has become special not only because we follow and discuss Sveta,but because I love reading what you all write,I have fun when you write funny things,I feel bad when you write not such funny things,and in general,it's a place where I feel among friends.It didn't use to be like that.When I started to follow Sveta,there was not a lot going on on this forum,but little by little I've met in this forum people that I appreciate a lot.

It would be great to find a person who lives in london to go to wimbly with. I would never have contemplated that thought of going somewhere with a person off the net a couple of years ago, but TF generally has normal people :p
:worship: It's just so amazing to find like minded people with similar interests and who are funny, amicable and friendly people :) Long may TF and our friendships continue!

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:56 PM
:lol: Natalie,I also hate horror films and no one would make me watch it :p

I also don't have friends who enjoy tennis as I do,they are into other things,so when I go to tournaments I go with people I've known in this forum (from Spain).We first met in 2006 for YEC in Madrid.Now everytime there's a good chance to go watch tennis together and we can go,we plan trip together.For Moscow last year it was different.I was on a trip there for my holodays so I went to tennis on my own and still enjoyed it.Also in tournaments you get to meet new people as well,other tennis fans,as crazy as we are,I still write from time to time with a french lady I met at Madrid in 2006 who was a huge Amélie fan (it could not be any other way :lol:) and that invited me among the french fans and even lend me a "bleu,blanc,rouge" tshirt for all of Amélie's matchs and that was very nice as she knew I also loved Sveta and as I missed her practise session but she was there,she got Sveta to sign a poster for me.


Back to Anne's post,I agree with you and I feel the same way.This place has become special not only because we follow and discuss Sveta,but because I love reading what you all write,I have fun when you write funny things,I feel bad when you write not such funny things,and in general,it's a place where I feel among friends.It didn't use to be like that.When I started to follow Sveta,there was not a lot going on on this forum,but little by little I've met in this forum people that I appreciate a lot.

From reading what people have written it seems like you guys all get on well. I REALLY hope i get to go to eastbourne when Sveta and Amelie are playing because that would be awesome! Hopefully i will meet other fans whilst there.

Bероника
Apr 27th, 2009, 07:56 PM
Azarenka is crushing poor Carla :sad: :o

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:03 PM
From reading what people have written it seems like you guys all get on well. I REALLY hope i get to go to eastbourne when Sveta and Amelie are playing because that would be awesome! Hopefully i will meet other fans whilst there.

I hope you get to eastbourne! A Momosova sighting would be so damn cool!

Azarenka is crushing poor Carla :sad: :o

Oh Vika :o Hate you so...
CSN >>>>>>>>>> Vika any day of the week!

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:06 PM
Im willing to work a sunday all on my own in the town where nothing happens to see momosova!

Bероника
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:13 PM
Momosova usually play both Eastbourne so there are good chances they'll play this year too.

please someone save women's tennis from vika :sobbing:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:17 PM
Im willing to work a sunday all on my own in the town where nothing happens to see momosova!

good karma is coming your way!

Momosova usually play both Eastbourne so there are good chances they'll play this year too.

please someone save women's tennis from vika :sobbing:

It all bodes well for our Natalie! :bounce:

:fiery: 9IZEEnUkV3c
Viko needs to learn some manners stat..

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:38 PM
Ok Natalie is a complete idiot. Dropped my dinner all over my laptop! bad times

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:42 PM
Ok Natalie is a complete idiot. Dropped my dinner all over my laptop! bad times

eek! Hope it's a-okay! My laptop screen is just gross and I've got crumbs embedded deep in the keyboard all cos I needed to eat me food while watching tennis!

karenwalker2
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:47 PM
eek! Hope it's a-okay! My laptop screen is just gross and I've got crumbs embedded deep in the keyboard all cos I needed to eat me food while watching tennis!

Its ok I think, the crumbs in my laptop are now joined by gravy! im so clumsy it was in slow motion my housemates were like noooooooo and i just stood there like an idiot.

Bероника
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:51 PM
I find it stressy eating while watching tennis :p I prefer to eat when tennis has finished

PersephoneDisco
Apr 27th, 2009, 08:56 PM
I find it stressy eating while watching tennis :p I prefer to eat when tennis has finished

stress makes me eat! :lol:
Viko won :o Where's my damn snickers bar??

Bероника
Apr 27th, 2009, 09:03 PM
stress makes me eat! :lol:
Viko won :o Where's my damn snickers bar??

me too! but when I eat under stress,later I do not feel any good in my stomach :tape:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 03:54 AM
Hi SKF's, honestly I'm still a bit devo (devastated) about Fed Cup, I definitely don't blame any Russian players and have resigned to the fact that Fran was just too good, I’m also sad that Sveta probably won't be playing Fed Cup next year but it will give other players a chance to step up.

I really, really, really enjoy the company of all SKF’s :) partly because of the common bond we share but also because I can learn more about different cultures, different personalities etc. I always notice when people are missing from the forum for longer than a day or two, and right now I miss Mel though I don’t even really know her :sad:. I have observed other forums and there is so much in-house fighting, I’m so happy it doesn’t happen here. I have been following Sveta for years and if I knew this site existed I would have been on here sooner.

I actually enjoy hauling my ass out of bed to go online and follows Sveta’s game with everyone, btw I can only watch livestreaming on weekends because my internet is wireless during the week :sad:

Two of my friends follow tennis (ATP) and I go to AO with them every year, we always split up within 5 minutes of entering the grounds and go to see different matches, I text them if I see any of their favorite’s hitting up and they do the same. I don’t normally eat while watching tennis because I’m usually in bed ready to sleep or just woken up :zzz:
Anyway that’s enough from me, I’m started to go all mushy….ugh!:lol:

Анна
Apr 28th, 2009, 05:19 AM
Awww :hug: I'm glad I've met you, Stef :)

Bероника
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:36 AM
I know what you mean,Stef :hug: I also miss Mel.I hoe she's having fun :D

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 09:18 AM
No more SKF's! Have tear ducts, will use them :lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 09:20 AM
stress makes me eat! :lol:
Viko won :o Where's my damn snickers bar??

Maz, I love snickers bars :lick::drool:

Анна
Apr 28th, 2009, 02:05 PM
And while we're on a love fest today, I miss AnnieMac :sad:. I suspect she's very busy with work and school, though.

I miss Mel, too :sad:. I'm also jealous that I can't just "pop over" to Europe to watch a tennis tournament :p.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 07:12 PM
I had the worst thought earlier today, I hope that Mel was going for 3 days otherwise she mightn't get to see Sveta???

Анна
Apr 28th, 2009, 07:50 PM
I thought of that myself :help:, and I don't remember if she ever said how long she'd be gone. But, knowing Mel as I think I do, no way would she get that close and not see her :lol:.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:03 PM
I had a mini-dream about Sveta earlier tonight, Amelie was playing at Stuttgart but it was in the Colosseumm, the court was red clay, she was against Barbara Schett and all the chairs were smurf blue. Anyway Sveta was running around outside getting really angry because she didn't have livestream for Amelie's match, so she starts texting Amelie who has already started her match to get a livestream....then I woke up = How bizarre!

Bероника
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:07 PM
And while we're on a love fest today, I miss AnnieMac :sad:. I suspect she's very busy with work and school, though.

I miss Mel, too :sad:. I'm also jealous that I can't just "pop over" to Europe to watch a tennis tournament :p.

That's true,I've also noticed AnnieMac has not been here for a while now.Last time I thought she said she was busy,so that might be the reason.

Bероника
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:10 PM
I had the worst thought earlier today, I hope that Mel was going for 3 days otherwise she mightn't get to see Sveta???

I thought of that myself :help:, and I don't remember if she ever said how long she'd be gone. But, knowing Mel as I think I do, no way would she get that close and not see her :lol:.


I can't remember for how many days she was going now that you mention it :scratch: but she probably has seen her by now at the venue practising or something.It would be really unfortunate she misses Sveta again :tape:

Bероника
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:11 PM
I had a mini-dream about Sveta earlier tonight, Amelie was playing at Stuttgart but it was in the Colosseumm, the court was red clay, she was against Barbara Schett and all the chairs were smurf blue. Anyway Sveta was running around outside getting really angry because she didn't have livestream for Amelie's match, so she starts texting Amelie who has already started her match to get a livestream....then I woke up = How bizarre!

:lol: sveta texting Amélie to get a livestream?

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:14 PM
Yes I know Vero, pretty unusual, I couldn't work out why she just didn't walk into the stadium, watch the match and skip the livestream :lol::help:

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:18 PM
I had a mini-dream about Sveta earlier tonight, Amelie was playing at Stuttgart but it was in the Colosseumm, the court was red clay, she was against Barbara Schett and all the chairs were smurf blue. Anyway Sveta was running around outside getting really angry because she didn't have livestream for Amelie's match, so she starts texting Amelie who has already started her match to get a livestream....then I woke up = How bizarre!

lol i always have dreams about amelie and sveta when im drunk for some reason but they are always really weird. As im drinking tonight i should dream about them tonight :D

Bероника
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:19 PM
I can't imagine any tennis pro looking desperately for a livestream as we sometimes do :lol:

Bероника
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:20 PM
lol i always have dreams about amelie and sveta when im drunk for some reason but they are always really weird. As im drinking tonight i should dream about them tonight :D

maybe I should get drunk too then :p

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:21 PM
lol i always have dreams about amelie and sveta when im drunk for some reason but they are always really weird. As im drinking tonight i should dream about them tonight :D

That's really weird, not the fact that you're drinking but the fact that you dream about Momosova, I never dream about tennis players ever.

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:21 PM
Like in one they were trying to teach me swimming pool tennis!

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:23 PM
maybe I should get drunk too then :p

:lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:25 PM
Like in one they were trying to teach me swimming pool tennis!

And I thought I was weird :p

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:29 PM
That's really weird, not the fact that you're drinking but the fact that you dream about Momosova, I never dream about tennis players ever.

WHAT thats strange! I always have weird dreams. I know if i dream i have had a good sleep.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:33 PM
I'm pretty sure that I average about 1 dream a fortnight.

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:37 PM
I'm pretty sure that I average about 1 dream a fortnight.

I love dreaming! One of the main reasons i love going to bed :)if i dont pass out i will have a dream tonight.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:44 PM
I love dreaming! One of the main reasons i love going to bed :)if i dont pass out i will have a dream tonight.

Oh you young ones *big sigh* drinking & passing out :lol:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:46 PM
I have a dream almost nearly every night. I have a vivd imagination you see :D

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:48 PM
Oh you young ones *big sigh* drinking & passing out :lol:

I cant do it as much as i used to. First year of uni was out 6 nights a week. Now have a job and have to be sensible. Handed my 10,000 word essay in today and was at the pub at like 10.30am which was quite funny.

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 08:50 PM
I have a dream almost nearly every night. I have a vivd imagination you see :D

Me too! My brain doesnt seem to switch off!

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 09:00 PM
I cant do it as much as i used to. First year of uni was out 6 nights a week. Now have a job and have to be sensible. Handed my 10,000 word essay in today and was at the pub at like 10.30am which was quite funny.

I just have to look at alcohol now and I get the makings of a hangover :lol: I remember being at Uni and my parents would ring to say hi or something and I had worded everyone up that if they rang I was in the library studying when really I was up to no good :lol:

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 09:05 PM
My mum rang me at lunchtime and was like where are you i was like 'im shopping' she was like Nat i can hear the glasses clinging in the backround! Bad times. I usually dont get major hangovers i just feel tired except two weeks ago and my mum wouldnt let me get in the car because she thought i would be sick :(

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 28th, 2009, 09:13 PM
My mum rang me at lunchtime and was like where are you i was like 'im shopping' she was like Nat i can hear the glasses clinging in the backround! Bad times. I usually dont get major hangovers i just feel tired except two weeks ago and my mum wouldnt let me get in the car because she thought i would be sick :(

At that point I would probably have said "I am shopping.....in a glassware shop" :lol: Loud music is another giveaway ;)

karenwalker2
Apr 28th, 2009, 09:19 PM
To be fair she saw me in the most drunk i have ever been when i went out drinking with her boyfriend! it was awful but my sister loved it because i gave her all the money i had left!

Анна
Apr 28th, 2009, 11:57 PM
maybe I should get drunk too then :p

That just might be one of the best dreams ever ;):devil:. Oh, I'd better shut up now...:lick:.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 08:45 AM
Me too! My brain doesnt seem to switch off!

Speaking of dreams, does anyone else ever have that horrible dream that their teeth are falling out or crumbling? I'm thinking this is universal but I'll put the question out there anyway.

Bероника
Apr 29th, 2009, 08:54 AM
I've never dreamed of my teeth falling.Should I be worried?

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 08:58 AM
Not at all Vero :D but it's definitely a common dream, so internationally I wondered if it was really all that common? There are different interpretations of what the dream means i.e. bad omen or insecurity. Can you tell that I'm bored? :lol:

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 10:43 AM
was slighly drunk didnt dream about sveta or amelie instead dreamt of the kids in the town i work in trying to murder me! no never had a dream about my teeth falling out.

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 10:47 AM
Speaking of dreams, does anyone else ever have that horrible dream that their teeth are falling out or crumbling? I'm thinking this is universal but I'll put the question out there anyway.

Ugh, I've dreamt that. Do you know any of the interpretations?

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 10:59 AM
Thank goodness Anne, I was beginning to think it wasn't universal at all, the dream usually means a fear of growing old, dying or change which I think is total :bs: because I don't have a fear of any of them :lol: btw only just over 2 hours left till Sveta's game :bounce:

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:08 AM
Nah, don't fear aging, Stef ;). You couldn't pay me to go back to my 20's and 30's (well, there's a clue about how old I am :rolleyes:). I know I have a lot of work to do on myself, but it has been so much better in every area ;).

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:15 AM
Nah, don't fear aging, Stef ;). You couldn't pay me to go back to my 20's and 30's (well, there's a clue about how old I am :rolleyes:). I know I have a lot of work to do on myself, but it has been so much better in every area ;).

I promise I will not tell any of the SKF's you are 86, only have 1 tooth, use a walking frame and have severe arthritis :tape::lol: I'm not quite as old and wild horses couldn't drag me back to my early 20's they were the best yet worst years, as I get older I get more perspective.

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:33 AM
I promise I will not tell any of the SKF's you are 86, only have 1 tooth, use a walking frame and have severe arthritis :tape::lol: I'm not quite as old and wild horses couldn't drag me back to my early 20's they were the best yet worst years, as I get older I get more perspective.

Not THAT old :lol:. And even if I was, I fully intend to be mad, bad and....active... until I die ;). You rest, you rust, as they say :lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:38 AM
Not THAT old :lol:. And even if I was, I fully intend to be mad, bad and....active... until I die ;). You rest, you rust, as they say :lol:

I like this saying, forgive me for now stealing it...I'm the same, won't stop till my heart does!

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:48 AM
1.25 hours left :D

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:49 AM
:lol:What are you doing? staying up to watch Sveta? I'm slowwwly getting ready for work, and to put kids on the school bus, that's my excuse ;).

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:51 AM
It's 8.50pm here, the tennis starts at 10.00pm my time, I was going to have a sleep from 6.00pm till 10 but decided best not to. What time is it over in US? I would be sssslllllooooowwwww to, are you going to stick around and cheer?

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 11:58 AM
Oh, ok, I thought it was a lot later there ;). It's 5:54 AM here; I'm going to keep the site up and talk to you and whoever drifts in ;) while I get some work done at home. Hopefully for your sake, she wins in two!

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:08 PM
Wow it's early over there :eek: do you normally get up at that time? I hope Sveta wins in 2 also, but I guess I just hope she wins :) What's for breakfast? and can I have some? :D

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:10 PM
Hey gals I'm here two. If you're interested it's 12.09pm :p and tennis starts at 1pm

BTW how scared are you about swine flu? :eek: :tape:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:15 PM
Hey gals I'm here two. If you're interested it's 12.09pm :p and tennis starts at 1pm

BTW how scared are you about swine flu? :eek: :tape:

Hiiiii Maaazzzz, thanks for time check. Not scared about swine flu, would love to be quarantined for a few days with my laptop, there are unconfirmed cases of about 80-90 people in oz with it because of a plane full of New Zealanders who have potentially spread their love around a little too much :lol: I just hope I don't get one of those swine tails because then I'd have to cut a whole in all of my pants to accomodate it :lol:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:15 PM
Nice avatar btw.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:16 PM
Oh and go Petrova!

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:19 PM
Oh, ok, I thought it was a lot later there ;). It's 5:54 AM here; I'm going to keep the site up and talk to you and whoever drifts in ;) while I get some work done at home. Hopefully for your sake, she wins in two!

Wow thats early! I should be watching her game set myself a target of 800 words before i can watch it which is pointless because i will watch it even if i dont get that done.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:19 PM
Thanks Stef! I love the stuttgart organisers, Dina has been talking about her love of pink and chocolate cakes and they gave her the best of both worlds! Pink cakes FTW! I'm just baking a batch of cupcakes and they're pink cos they're strawberry and I got them from ebay as the company imports american products. *munches on hershey's bar* :lick: And my mum was like :eek: Swine flu!!

Yeah worst thing is I got flu like symptoms the day the breakout occured and I'm like :o Not me?? Still got the sniffles but come on immune system- fight!

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:22 PM
Wow thats early! I should be watching her game set myself a target of 800 words before i can watch it which is pointless because i will watch it even if i dont get that done.

Sing out if you need a hand Natalie, I could write crap about nearly any topic, I'm sure I could come up with about 50 words for you :lol:

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:23 PM
I'm usually a pretty early riser, even on weekends, all my life. :). On school days, the bus comes at around 7:00 AM, so everyone's up by 6 AM. Today was one of those mornings where I woke up way early and decided it wasn't worth going back to sleep, so I just got up and futzed around.

My one concession to old lady-hood comes at breakfast :p. I fix myself a juice smoothie, then it's usually Cheerios (an oat cereal) or All-Bran for me, but I make the best eggs and French toast in this state, bar none ;). You would always be welcome, with that Oz accent like the crocodile hunter :lol:. How I wish I really did have company to pull up a chair and talk to.

Hi, Karen :wavey:. I'm not worried for myself, but I am for my son, who has a depressed immune system. I am going to call and find out if he needs an immunization of some kind.

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:25 PM
Critically discuss the statement that ‘A miscarriage of justice is merely a mistake by police and is in no way linked to corrupt practice.’ Thats the title lol so boring

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:25 PM
Thanks Stef! I love the stuttgart organisers, Dina has been talking about her love of pink and chocolate cakes and they gave her the best of both worlds! Pink cakes FTW! I'm just baking a batch of cupcakes and they're pink cos they're strawberry and I got them from ebay as the company imports american products. *munches on hershey's bar* :lick: And my mum was like :eek: Swine flu!!

Yeah worst thing is I got flu like symptoms the day the breakout occured and I'm like :o Not me?? Still got the sniffles but come on immune system- fight!

Oh yummo pink cupcakes :lick: ha ha about your mum I don't think there is too much chance of swine flu :lol: hope you get over your cold Maz :hug:

Bероника
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:26 PM
I'm trying to advance as much studying as I can until the time of the match

I'm concerned about swine flu,Maz.On tv all you heard is about it.

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:26 PM
Thanks Stef! I love the stuttgart organisers, Dina has been talking about her love of pink and chocolate cakes and they gave her the best of both worlds! Pink cakes FTW! I'm just baking a batch of cupcakes and they're pink cos they're strawberry and I got them from ebay as the company imports american products. *munches on hershey's bar* :lick: And my mum was like :eek: Swine flu!!

Yeah worst thing is I got flu like symptoms the day the breakout occured and I'm like :o Not me?? Still got the sniffles but come on immune system- fight!

Hope you feel OK, Maz :hug:

I found a way to get imported English products-it's called "whoever I can get to send me Cadbury bars :p;)"

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:31 PM
I'm usually a pretty early riser, even on weekends, all my life. :). On school days, the bus comes at around 7:00 AM, so everyone's up by 6 AM. Today was one of those mornings where I woke up way early and decided it wasn't worth going back to sleep, so I just got up and futzed around.

My one concession to old lady-hood comes at breakfast :p. I fix myself a juice smoothie, then it's usually Cheerios (an oat cereal) or All-Bran for me, but I make the best eggs and French toast in this state, bar none ;). You would always be welcome, with that Oz accent like the crocodile hunter :lol:. How I wish I really did have company to pull up a chair and talk to.

Hi, Karen :wavey:. I'm not worried for myself, but I am for my son, who has a depressed immune system. I am going to call and find out if he needs an immunization of some kind.

:lol: My accent is pretty occa (meaning very australian) not quite as occa as the croc hunter but only because I don't use crikey in every sentence :lol: Great healthy brekkie too, I love french toast, did I mention love it? If I lived down the street from you I would definitely pop in and pull up a chair :angel:

Bероника
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:31 PM
hey,Maz,is that Anke Huber in your avatar with Dina?

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:32 PM
I love cheerios Anna! I wish I was an early riser like you, I can sleep for 12 hours straight ever day :eek:
I heard that the first case of a fatality from swine flu outside of mexico happened in the US. A baby girl died :aww: I think we should be worried. I mean we're like 2 steps away from a pandemic :eeek:
I hope your son gets the immunisations if he needs it.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:32 PM
Critically discuss the statement that ‘A miscarriage of justice is merely a mistake by police and is in no way linked to corrupt practice.’ Thats the title lol so boring

Um Natalie, you know how I offered to assist a few posts ago? Well I wish to take back that offer after reading the subject heading :lol:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:33 PM
What are you studying Natalie? I am quite excited by that title. Uhh friday I have my genetics practical...boring cytogenetics :yawn:

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:34 PM
Um Natalie, you know how I offered to assist a few posts ago? Well I wish to take back that offer after reading the subject heading :lol:

Lol I wish i did a real degree not something pointless. Then i would get interesting essays.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:35 PM
I'm trying to advance as much studying as I can until the time of the match

I'm concerned about swine flu,Maz.On tv all you heard is about it.

What are you studying Vero? I'm not going to offer assistance because everytime I offer when the subject comes up I go :bolt: We have the swine flu on the news also.

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:36 PM
What are you studying Natalie? I am quite excited by that title. Uhh friday I have my genetics practical...boring cytogenetics :yawn:

I do Police Studies with Criminal investigation. Its pretty pointless because it doesnt help you until like Inspector level in the police.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:37 PM
Hope you feel OK, Maz :hug:

I found a way to get imported English products-it's called "whoever I can get to send me Cadbury bars :p;)"

OMG I love Cadbury its the only chocolate I eat, at Easter I told my friends 'don't even bother getting me expensive chocolate its totally wasted on me', if I cut my finger Cadburys comes trickling out that is how much I love it!

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:39 PM
Uhh BBC news is just doom and gloom. Swine flu 24/7 :help:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:42 PM
20 mins! Everyone got their cheering voices ready, fingers for typing etc? If anyone is watching it on tv can you please add a little bit extra to your posts sometimes so I better idea of what's going on....thank you in advance.

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:43 PM
I should be watching it if eurosports show her game.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:45 PM
I do Police Studies with Criminal investigation. Its pretty pointless because it doesnt help you until like Inspector level in the police.

Oh cool. I share a module with criminology students and they're pretty cool. I'm changing my degree though. Can't deal with stupid forensic science :yawn: Can't wait to start doing sociology instead!

Bероника
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:45 PM
What are you studying Vero? I'm not going to offer assistance because everytime I offer when the subject comes up I go :bolt: We have the swine flu on the news also.


Russian.I have the first part of final exam on tuesday,the week after Madrid and as I'll be there until the middle of the week and not carrying my books with me,I've already started studying and revising all.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:46 PM
I'll be watching it too if it's on ES and I think it will be if I remember the schedule appearing on screen ;)

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:48 PM
Oh cool. I share a module with criminology students and they're pretty cool. I'm changing my degree though. Can't deal with stupid forensic science :yawn: Can't wait to start doing sociology instead!

I wanted to do forensic science after I started this course. But I wasnt going to go to uni in the first place because i didnt think i would get the marks because i missed alot of college because my dad died in the first year.But i ended up getting really high marks so was like i cant waste them.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:51 PM
I wanted to do forensic science after I started this course. But I wasnt going to go to uni in the first place because i didnt think i would get the marks because i missed alot of college because my dad died in the first year.But i ended up getting really high marks so was like i cant waste them.

Yeah I failed biology last january so I thought I wouldn't get the grade needed but I got it. Unfort I'm not suited to FS so having 2 years of torture was for nothing :p.
So sorry about your dad :hug:

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:51 PM
Russian.I have the first part of final exam on tuesday,the week after Madrid and as I'll be there until the middle of the week and not carrying my books with me,I've already started studying and revising all.

Well I wish you the very best of luck Vero! Madrid :bounce:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 12:54 PM
Well Vero, my dad is a fluent russian speaker cos his studied uni there and he says it's the easiest language to learn :rolleyes: So you should have no qualms! :p Good luck ;)

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 01:01 PM
Sveta is being interviewed now. She is looking forward to it even though she hasn't seen her opponent play.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 01:02 PM
I love the intro you get at Stuttgart!
She looks calm.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 01:05 PM
Thanks Maz!

Анна
Apr 29th, 2009, 01:22 PM
Well Vero, my dad is a fluent russian speaker cos his studied uni there and he says it's the easiest language to learn :rolleyes: So you should have no qualms! :p Good luck ;)

Once you learn the alphabet, Russian isn't too bad (spoken by me, who has little knowledge :p). At least it is a very phonetic language-what you see is what you say :lol:.

English is the worst. Lots of silent letters, words that are spelled the same but sound different, silly grammar rules, and lots of idioms ;). How do you explain why "cough" and "through" sound the way they do?

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 01:25 PM
Yeah I think once you get the hang of the alphabet, everything should fall into place.I've forgotten russian and I still can't believe I ever spoke it because it sounds so foreign to me. English is easy for me for obvious reasons :p But I totally understand, the only similar language would be the inuit(if I remember correctly) language that has like a gazillion words for snow :p

Bероника
Apr 29th, 2009, 03:44 PM
I strongly disagree with your father,Maz.I find russian very diificult to learn :tape: I love it but it's very difficult,the grammar most of all and the verbs.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 03:47 PM
http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-sport025.gif (http://www.freesmileys.org) I'm red carding myself off to sleep, have a good day/afternoon/evening/early morning and hopefully I will see all of you tomorrow, same time same channel :lol:

Bероника
Apr 29th, 2009, 03:52 PM
good night Stef :wavey: let's see what you dream this time :p

Not sure I can watch Sveta tomorrow as I have class,depends on what time she'll be on.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 29th, 2009, 03:54 PM
good night Stef :wavey: let's see what you dream this time :p

Not sure I can watch Sveta tomorrow as I have class,depends on what time she'll be on.

NNNNOOOOOOO! :sad:

Bероника
Apr 29th, 2009, 03:58 PM
I know.I also prefer being here with you following and suffering for her,but such is life :o

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 04:01 PM
I strongly disagree with your father,Maz.I find russian very diificult to learn :tape: I love it but it's very difficult,the grammar most of all and the verbs.

He's well up himself when it comes to languages! But then he has spoken russian for over 15 years and therefore rather easy to say that statement when your completely fluent.

PersephoneDisco
Apr 29th, 2009, 04:01 PM
Poor vero, but have fun and hopefully Sveta will win iin a less stressful manner :D

karenwalker2
Apr 29th, 2009, 05:22 PM
Hopefully i will be at home to see tomorrows game. I have been summoned into work. dont know why prob to check im still alive.

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 30th, 2009, 05:51 PM
Alright SKF's what a great night, Vero we did our best cheering and hopefully made you very proud, I'm off to quickly boast, sorry I mean post a couple of msgs in GM and then I best be getting some sleep for Sveta's big game maybe tomorrow arvo! Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and goodnight!

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 05:53 PM
Gooooooooooood night Stef! :kiss:

boast I mean post :haha: someone likes to crack my shit up!

Анна
Apr 30th, 2009, 05:53 PM
Good Night, Stef :kiss::hug:

Sorry folks :help:. I got to talking in the other thread and didn't know where I was :p

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 05:56 PM
No worries Anna! It was a great topic to discuss though! :devil:

Seriously, she may have only changed her nose but :eek: like night and day

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 30th, 2009, 05:59 PM
Just before I go, to answer your question Anne, Jorja = Jorja Fox (picture me drooling because that's pretty much what I'm doing) Mae = Mae West (legend, pure legend), and Stef = Stefanie (which is my name) :D, L = Legend (which is what Sveta is) and T = tough fighter (because again that is what Sveta is) :D oh and Jorja is also the name of my dog (not that she ever answers to it).

karenwalker2
Apr 30th, 2009, 06:02 PM
Just before I go, to answer your question Anne, Jorja = Jorja Fox (picture me drooling because that's pretty much what I'm doing) Mae = Mae West (legend, pure legend), and Stef = Stefanie (which is my name) :D, L = Legend (which is what Sveta is) and T = tough fighter (because again that is what Sveta is) :D oh and Jorja is also the name of my dog (not that she ever answers to it).

I actually love jorja fox!! as well as emily procter from miami!

Ziggy Starduck
Apr 30th, 2009, 06:11 PM
And Clea Duvall, omg I am so not turning this thread into a http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Love/gay-love-101.gif fest!

Анна
Apr 30th, 2009, 06:15 PM
And Clea Duvall, omg I am so not turning this thread into a http://smileys.on-my-web.com/repository/Love/gay-love-101.gif fest!

You didn't have to. You really think most of us are watching tennis? ;):drool:? (OK, I'm serious now, we are here for tennis. Right? Right? :lol:)

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 06:22 PM
equal opportunities peeps ;)

In Dina's forum we have a thread purely for drooling over hot men :shrug: :D

HybridTheory
Apr 30th, 2009, 06:29 PM
Following Sveta's match on livescores today was quite nerve-wrecking :)
She did an excellent job though. Mental toughness :yeah:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 06:32 PM
I agree Annette :yeah: Solid when she had to be.

Bероника
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:04 PM
Alright SKF's what a great night, Vero we did our best cheering and hopefully made you very proud, I'm off to quickly boast, sorry I mean post a couple of msgs in GM and then I best be getting some sleep for Sveta's big game maybe tomorrow arvo! Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and goodnight!

I'm proud of her and I'm proud of SKFs :yeah:

I was just reading the other thread and all I could think is how happy I was to have not lived the match through the livescores :help: :lol:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:14 PM
I am sorry I couldt cheer for you vero I thought I would log in on my mobile and cheer for both of cuz I wasnt at home but now I changed my name in russian letters I cant log in my mobile doesnt have those signs

Tatianadove
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:19 PM
damn, again I missed a lot of conversation here :( but I have read Maz's dad thinks russian is easy:eek: I heard from lots of ppl it's hard to study russian. I have 3 classmates at Uni who r abroad students and even living in Russia for almost 6 years they still can't speak it perfecrtly (well perfectly is a strong word, they can't speak it understandably). It's so hard to speak with them, sometimes we ask to change for english.

for person who knows language it always seems that lang was easy to learn. as I speak ukranian I sometimes has a bad habit to put ukranian words in conversation. my friends are angry with this and I angry with them cause it seems for me that Ukranian is so easy to understand. but it's not that easy esp for person who never never was intrested in ukranian.

PS: forgot to add- I'm off from hospital! I spent there about 1 month and now I'm so happy to feel ok again!!!!:bounce:

Bероника
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:23 PM
damn, again I missed a lot of conversation here :( but I have read Maz's dad thinks russian is easy:eek: I heard from lots of ppl it's hard to study russian. I have 3 classmates at Uni who r abroad students and even living in Russia for almost 6 years they still can't speak it perfecrtly (well perfectly is a strong word, they can't speak it understandably). It's so hard to speak with them, sometimes we ask to change for english.

for person who knows language it always seems that lang was easy to learn. as I speak ukranian I sometimes has a bad habit to put ukranian words in conversation. my friends are angry with this and I angry with them cause it seems for me that Ukranian is so easy to understand. but it's not that easy esp for person who never never was intrested in ukranian.

PS: forgot to add- I'm off from hospital! I spent there about 1 month and now I'm so happy to feel ok again!!!!:bounce:

:sobbing: I guess I'll never be fluent in it.I thought living there helped a lot.I see it's not the case :o


Tati :hug: Glad you are out of hospital :bounce: :kiss:

Bероника
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:25 PM
I am sorry I couldt cheer for you vero I thought I would log in on my mobile and cheer for both of cuz I wasnt at home but now I changed my name in russian letters I cant log in my mobile doesnt have those signs

It's ok,she won,that's the most important thing ;) I can now follow her next match.

Tatianadove
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:34 PM
:sobbing: I guess I'll never be fluent in it.I thought living there helped a lot.I see it's not the case :o


Tati :hug: Glad you are out of hospital :bounce: :kiss:

:kiss: gracias Vero!

Don'r worry Vero, I think you will be fluent one day cause U have a desire to study russian! My classmates won't:o One guy is from China and he wants but for chinese ppl it's really hard (same with russians studing chinese I think). Other two spend a lot of time with friends from the same country (Cape Verde) and even in spanish classes they managed to speak in Portuguese.

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:53 PM
glad you are out of hospital missed you around here

Tatianadove
Apr 30th, 2009, 08:56 PM
glad you are out of hospital missed you around here

:hug:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 09:17 PM
we had something strange in our country today maybe people saw it on tv know it was on tv in germany and belgium. it is queensday over here today but a crazy guy drove in to the area where the bus was riding with the royal family he drove through 2 securty zones and drove into the crowed and tryed to ride into the bus with the family but he just missed it. there are 5 people dead and 5 in danger and 7 lightly injured. he was fired from his job and thought this was a good idea he is still alive but also in danger.

Tatianadove
Apr 30th, 2009, 09:31 PM
we had something strange in our country today maybe people saw it on tv know it was on tv in germany and belgium. it is queensday over here today but a crazy guy drove in to the area where the bus was riding with the royal family he drove through 2 securty zones and drove into the crowed and tryed to ride into the bus with the family but he just missed it. there are 5 people dead and 5 in danger and 7 lightly injured. he was fired from his job and thought this was a good idea he is still alive but also in danger.

:eek:
sad to hear ppl died:sad:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 09:35 PM
yeah and just heard that a kid of 8 years is in danger that guy is sick I hope he doesnt die cuz wants to I hope he pays for his crazy act and not die and have the easy way

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 09:41 PM
I was wondering what was wrong with him. So sad, and the royal family had to look at the scene right in front of them!

pingpong22
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:07 PM
but I have read Maz's dad thinks russian is easy:eek: I heard from lots of ppl it's hard to study russian.

hehe it depends where sb is from.. for me it could be quite easy I think,you have different letters so it can be a difficulty but speaking,why not:) Maybe I should try:D

HybridTheory
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:09 PM
we had something strange in our country today maybe people saw it on tv know it was on tv in germany and belgium. it is queensday over here today but a crazy guy drove in to the area where the bus was riding with the royal family he drove through 2 securty zones and drove into the crowed and tryed to ride into the bus with the family but he just missed it. there are 5 people dead and 5 in danger and 7 lightly injured. he was fired from his job and thought this was a good idea he is still alive but also in danger.

Yes it's pretty shocking what happened today.
I wonder what is wrong with this man.

pingpong22
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:10 PM
we had something strange in our country today maybe people saw it on tv know it was on tv in germany and belgium. it is queensday over here today but a crazy guy drove in to the area where the bus was riding with the royal family he drove through 2 securty zones and drove into the crowed and tryed to ride into the bus with the family but he just missed it. there are 5 people dead and 5 in danger and 7 lightly injured. he was fired from his job and thought this was a good idea he is still alive but also in danger.

yeah,it's very strange IMO but also very sad:(

HybridTheory
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:12 PM
By the way, I love reading the posts in this thread. I haven't been around here way too long. You guys all seem so nice and funny :)

Bероника
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:12 PM
you mean he did it because he was fired from his work? :tape: some people are crazy

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:20 PM
By the way, I love reading the posts in this thread. I haven't been around here way too long. You guys all seem so nice and funny :)

Aww thanks Annette. I'm Maz btw :wavey:
Off topic is always the best :devil:

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:22 PM
hehe it depends where sb is from.. for me it could be quite easy I think,you have different letters so it can be a difficulty but speaking,why not:) Maybe I should try:D

I have no idea why he thinks it but maybe he just picked it up really easily? He's fluent and sounds russian too even if he really doesn't look like it. I think you should give it a go! :d

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:25 PM
you mean he did it because he was fired from his work? :tape: some people are crazy

well he didnt say it himself cuz he was in surgery but he got fired and he was working in securty himself so that is why people think he did it but he also could do it against the royal family but I dont think so cuz they do nothing wrong nobody in this country has something against them

HybridTheory
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:27 PM
Aww thanks Annette. I'm Maz btw :wavey:
Off topic is always the best :devil:

Agreed :p
Nice to meet you, Maz! :wavey:

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:37 PM
here is a video of what happend maybe you understand it more then

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PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:46 PM
I'd rather not watch :tape: Can't believe he had something against the dutch monarchy.

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 10:55 PM
thats ok thought maybe you didnt understand what has happend but I can understand we had to watch it cuz it was on tv when i was following but rather didnt see it

PersephoneDisco
Apr 30th, 2009, 11:08 PM
I saw photos of people lying on the ground and I was like oh god this was televised!

Света_мой_№1
Apr 30th, 2009, 11:30 PM
yeah I thought maybe for the people only saw the pics or a little part of it would understand it more but after thinking it through it was such a good idea to post it here I can delete it maybe

Ziggy Starduck
May 1st, 2009, 04:07 AM
Please don't delete it Mel :D, it's only a link so people can choose whether they subject themselves to it or not, I hadn't heard anything about it so I'll look at it later.

Naina
May 1st, 2009, 05:02 AM
I am so Sorry for all the people involved :sad:

Just out of curiousity, Is the monarchy in Belgium only constituitional/figurehead like spain's or is it actually functional?

Анна
May 1st, 2009, 05:47 AM
I am very sorry, too :sad:.

I agree with Stef. Everyone can decide whether to watch or not-there was nothing wrong with posting it.