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... her. We hopped on one of those open top city tour bus which was cool. Our headsets were playing up but that didn't matter coz we just sat there and chatted as we went around the city. It was so beautiful with all old brick buildings and heaps of colleges of the Oxford university. We went past the church of Saint Mary Magdeline, which was beautiful. After the bus tour we found a corner pub and watched the ...
(and in my observational experience, it's rarely necessary to be intelligent or hard working, either).
But it seems I'm unable sell out. I just can't, and I'm starting to worry that that makes me incredibly stupid.
Anyway, it was very shortly after the worst of these rejections that I realised it was time for a ...
... brought him back here. I met the officers when they arrived and spoke with them briefly before Larry and Michael showed up. Larry was very angry, but it wasn't an arrest-able offense so the boy won't be expelled. We just told him repeatedly how stupid he is, and then called his parents. He seemed genuinely contrite, so that is good.
Poor Emma just arrived from Corpus and needs help making her signs, so I'm off. Good night all! Love ...
... on the agenda - don't walk across the Old Quad grass, don't make noise during the quiet hours on Chapel Quad, don't be late to class, don't lock your keys in your rooms, don't go exploring outside the city bounds, don't drink or we will expel you, etc. Hopefully they heard some of what we said. Everyone is a bit tense because we've not had to expel anyone yet, and usually by this point in the program we have, so we're all a bit on edge ...
... flowers. Inside the ladies room there was of course a toilet but also a very nice hand towel rack with super soft “fat duck” branded hand towels and a discreet basket to throw the used ones in. The toilet paper was folded into a V which must mean that the staff re-fold it after each person’s visit! Crazy! There was even “Fat duck” branded soap and moisturizer at the cute sink. All in all very fancy. Though after we spent a substantial amount of time on ...