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The Boxing « Reply #30 on: November 07, 2005, 08:43 PM »
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hmm french i have to say i quite like it. the only bit  hated was french exchanges last year. Although i have to say iit was hilarious because, when they were all in England, they were teling us how they would win the Olympics easily, and we had no chance. Hahaha, we won it!!! She was sooo mean to me when i went there, so when she came her, i forced her to watch Andy's Wimbledon match against Nalbandian, haha she was soo bored, and i was loving it!! (the factthat she was bored, and the match, it was an amazing match)
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The Boxing « Reply #31 on: November 07, 2005, 09:05 PM »
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haha!! exhanges are always soooo fun though!!!  \Very Happy/ because no one understands anyone...
im having a german exchange student come over in march!! Murray Mania! ooo yea! im going to try and force him (why ohh why do i have to have a boy exchange student...) to watch a murray match! Very Happy
The germans get so fustrated.. and i'll make sure to pick a match where Andy is playing a german!! MWAHAHA!  =D>
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The Boxing « Reply #32 on: November 07, 2005, 09:16 PM »
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hehe would be genious!!! whens he coming over?
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The Boxing « Reply #33 on: November 07, 2005, 09:23 PM »
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he's coming over in March.. long time, but i have it all planned out! Very Happy And he better get ready for a tennis-tastic week because you don't leave my house without being a victime of tennis!  O:)
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The Boxing « Reply #34 on: November 08, 2005, 03:09 PM »
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Quote from: "top_spin"
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Yeh....no torch and piggybacks = broken bones.


 Anxious you try telling 'em that before we go!  duh
Mont Blanc.. definitly very proffesional!!
Andy, out of interest you doing duke of edingbugh award?


Ive climbed Mont Blanc with my dad. That was just an awsomness feeling when we were there.
In March im going to Morocco to climb another big mountain called The Amtoudi peak. That shoudl be an exoperience!
Has anyone been there?
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The Boxing « Reply #35 on: November 08, 2005, 04:56 PM »
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Well done, you climed the highest mountain in Europe!!!

Good luck on your Morocco trek
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The Boxing « Reply #36 on: November 08, 2005, 08:46 PM »
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you are climbing the The Amtoudi in Morroco?!  shocking OMG! woohaaaa!! that will be ONE experience!!
Ive heard sooo much about that mountain, and really wish to go one day! sounds like you're going to have sooo much work but at the same time extreme fun!!  yahooo
Good Luck!  goodjob
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The Boxing « Reply #37 on: November 09, 2005, 10:03 AM »
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Well done, you climed the highest mountain in Europe!!!

Good luck on your Morocco trek


not to the very top u fool! but one of the saddles that was really high up. it was so petty at the top.
its a bit of an understatement ot say me family is abit active. dad just got back from cycling up to the top of the col de tournalee (i dunno if you spell it like that) in the south of france. me n him have been climbing since i was about 7 or 8. shame, i dont get to do much indoor wall stuff. but when i was training in brazil they had this really big one with a massive overhanging. didnt even finish it but was still fun!!
im really looking forward to morocco. base camp sounds like its going to be so fun! not that big a group either. anyone else done anythig like it?
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The Boxing « Reply #38 on: November 09, 2005, 10:41 AM »
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anyone else done anythig like it?


No, but it sounds like good fun to me Very Happy
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The Boxing « Reply #39 on: November 09, 2005, 11:13 AM »
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I do a bit of climbing, not abroad though, we have plenty to climb in Scotland, the Curved Ridge in Glencoe is my favourite scramble, a bit exposed though, you don't need ropes for that one.  My favourite sea cliff is at Sennan in Cornwall, you have to abseil down to it, fantastic or there's Bosigran, also in Cornwall.  The Lake District is quite good too with Napes Needle and the best scramble was Jacks Rake.  My sister lives in Calgary in Canada so I'm hoping to find someone there to take me up into the Rockies the next time I go.  I prefer climbing outside to inside, we do have a really good indoor climbing wall in an old church in Glasgow.
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The Boxing « Reply #40 on: November 09, 2005, 04:35 PM »
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So are you at college or uni?

Are you studying for anything specific or are you keeping your options open?


i did 4 a levels - welsh (second lang), french, english lit/lang and history and now im at oxford reading modern history - although who knows what i'll do with a history degree!!!
how about you?


Wow Oxford thats pretty impressive!! I'm in Pompey studying BSc Maths. What year are you in?
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The Boxing « Reply #41 on: November 09, 2005, 04:53 PM »
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So are you at college or uni?

Are you studying for anything specific or are you keeping your options open?


i did 4 a levels - welsh (second lang), french, english lit/lang and history and now im at oxford reading modern history - although who knows what i'll do with a history degree!!!
how about you?


Wow Oxford thats pretty impressive!! I'm in Pompey studying BSc Maths. What year are you in?


lol cheers mdears!! nice to meet you!! wave

argh!! maths - terrifies me!! thats a much more impressive subject to do in my opinion!

im a fresher Smile and your good self?

(also why dont you do a proper intro in the intros thread Very Happy )
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The Boxing « Reply #42 on: November 10, 2005, 03:59 PM »
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So are you at college or uni?

Are you studying for anything specific or are you keeping your options open?


i did 4 a levels - welsh (second lang), french, english lit/lang and history and now im at oxford reading modern history - although who knows what i'll do with a history degree!!!
how about you?


Wow Oxford thats pretty impressive!! I'm in Pompey studying BSc Maths. What year are you in?


lol cheers mdears!! nice to meet you!! wave

argh!! maths - terrifies me!! thats a much more impressive subject to do in my opinion!

im a fresher Smile and your good self?

(also why dont you do a proper intro in the intros thread Very Happy )



I'm new here!! Whats an intro thread???  Think

I'm in my second year!! Maths terrifies everyone!! It scares me too sometimes!! Like in my exam today!! You must be pretty smart to be at Oxford tho!

What are you hoping to do after your degree?
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The Boxing « Reply #43 on: November 10, 2005, 04:20 PM »
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http://www.murraysworld.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=85 - intro thread!!

no idea what i'll do with a history degree - how about you? what are your plans? Very Happy
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The Boxing « Reply #44 on: November 10, 2005, 10:59 PM »
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http://www.murraysworld.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=85 - intro thread!!

no idea what i'll do with a history degree - how about you? what are your plans? Very Happy



 Whistle  You could always follow me into teaching! That's all I did with my History degree.  no
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