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    07-13-2012, 10:21 AM
I grew up on the Campbell version! Haven't made it from scratch yet...

Haha well I ditched my British accent fast cause I used to get cornered at school o_O So my American one is a bit funny. I adapt really well to new places since I've moved around a lot and gone to different schools. I even went to summer school in Spain (apparently it used to be illegal not to?)
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    07-13-2012, 10:28 AM
People are talking shrooms and I haven't weighed in yet? Goodness! If I believed in a god it would be because of the existence of mushrooms. I'd sacrifice them on his altar...nah, I'd eat them all myself! I'm a proper hobbit. Roast mushrooms are my favourite - whole buttons in a covered casserole dish, a cm of water, some herbs and a spoon of butter. Into the oven for 20 mins and then guzzled enthusiastically. Mmhmm.
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    07-13-2012, 10:31 AM
LOL I made "this face" while reading the first bit of your response LOL

Oh dear....... :P

Mushrooms are amazing though! LOVE having them grilled for breakfast
    07-13-2012, 10:54 AM
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Hahahaha oh boy I've never met people that love mushrooms as much as me.

Sky- I wish I would have had the opportunity to live in so many different places. I lived in the same house for 18 years and my dad still lives there now. Why would people corner you for a British accent? Oooo are you going to get an Aussie accent now?? I love those haha.

Apparently I have an accent according to everyone around me, a very heavy northern accent lol. I will say no one else in my family talks like I do and I'm not really sure where I got it from.
    07-13-2012, 10:55 AM
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I love shrooms. And, for the intrigue, I won't tell what kind of shrooms.

As for the bridle - I don't think I'll get any pictures soon, but I will post some when I get some. :)
    07-13-2012, 11:00 AM
Lol no clue, the people of NZ say things really funny :P Like Tess sounds like Tiss :P

Because they were fascinated with how it sounded :/ I was asked to say all these phrases from Harry Potter. It was terrifying as I was only in grade 8 when I came and used to be quite shy.

Yeah it has its ups and downs. I've never really settled anywhere. Even in the UK I moved every 4 years or so :/ CO was 6 years and I thought I was finally going to have friends I could keep and really.. settle. But nope, whisked away again for 8 months and now for 2 years.

I do love to travel, but I do need to settle.
    07-13-2012, 11:05 AM
Originally Posted by Saranda    
I love shrooms. And, for the intrigue, I won't tell what kind of shrooms.
You're welcome at mine any time - so long as you bring gifts of peace
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    07-13-2012, 11:11 AM
Green Broke
Oh yea I suppose 8th grade would suck for moving into. I went to a very small private school until high school in 9th grade and oh it was terrifying to be put in this huge public school with such mean kids haha and yet I have that funny northern accent not nearly as cool as a British accent though.

I have moved a lot since I turned 18. As soon as I could I was on my own. But I stay within the same area usually except my last move. But I might actually stay where I am. Although apartment life reminds me of why I can't stand most people haha.

You going to come back to the states to visit before you move back?
    07-13-2012, 11:17 AM
I wanna join in!!!!

Hi everyone! I'm Ashley! I'm 22 and live in Maine with my 30 year old boyfriend We have a pitbull and a hound dog... And I have two Belgian Draft Horses.... BF is learning that he does not come before my horses, no matter how much I love him. He has decided that joining me in the barn and saying "yes dear" is better than pouting in the house by himself! Haha... Lets see, me... I just got out of the Army after doing 4 years in the military... Now I'm unemployed and broke, but job searching and starting CNA training in September...
    07-13-2012, 11:25 AM
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Welcome, Ashley!

Ugh, the shoemakers' was closed already, he does that sometimes on Fridays... Nevermind, I guess I'll get my sidepull next week. It will be made out of parts of a bridle that is very much like this:

Crown Dressage Bridle | Dover Saddlery

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