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Experiments In Tea

Experiments In Tea

My last post, my rubbishy updates post, was my 200th post on this blog. How awful is that? I was planning to do something special and failed completely! This however is number 201. It’s a Tea 101. No, it’s not. But whatever. I’m tired…excuse my rambling… I’ve been told, by people and books the world over, that the English drink tea. Arthur Dent of the Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, is famous for his liking for tea. I am English….

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Long Time No Blog

Long Time No Blog

Long time no post. Oops. I had a Maths exam on Monday. For those of you that are English, it was a GCSE. For some reason unbeknownst (is that a word?) to me, our school decided that the top three sets should take it early. Well, great plan, guys. Except you gave us some mega-easy mock, and then the exam? So fricking hard! I normally don’t panic in exams. No, that’s a lie – I normally don’t panic before exams….

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Technology And I

Technology And I

Technology hates me. No, I’m being serious. I don’t mean that occasionally I can’t program things to solve simultaneous equations – the last time I did that it took me four hours, then the computer crashed and I had to do my maths homework by hand. Oh no. Technology is a sadist, and I am its unsuspecting victim… Those of you that have been around my blog for a while will know that I’m experimenting with YouTube videos. If you…

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The Doctor, Christmas, And Revision

The Doctor, Christmas, And Revision

First of all, the Doctor. Well, what can I say? I’m sure there are some people out there that couldn’t tell me three facts about the Doctor off the top of their head, and there are also probably people who are sitting there going, “Is she ill? Why is she telling us about the doctor?” But I’m not. At least, I’m not telling you about the doctor. I’m telling you about the Doctor. Yes, there is a difference. However, these…

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Snow (Featuring: “Why were you late?”)

Snow (Featuring: “Why were you late?”)

So snow has finally hit the south-east, much to the delight – rather than the dismay – of the many London schoolchildren who have been feeling a little hard-done-by when they heard about the thousands of schools across the country that weren’t in school. Well, technically we were, since we were made to go in. And may I tell you, it took a very long time! I spent most of the bus journey with a friend, Caitlin, thinking of excuses…

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