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from strawberrri :
Hi Emma, the loss of your dad is heartbreaking and devastating (you wrote about it beautifully despite this). I am so sorry that you've been suffering. I hope counselling and support from friends and family helps to manage some of your grief xxx
from joistmonkey :
Glad you're back.. understatedly witty and brought a wee smile to me. Thanks for posting.
from buffylass :
Hey bud, good to hear from you! Of course, read away, though I warn you that it's 100% pregnancy moaning at the moment - not having the best of pregnancies due to heart-related nonsense, but nearing the end, thank God. Hope you and Ruth are doing well xx
from strawberrri :
Oh and I just saw you noted me, thank you! Motorway driving doesn't bother me much but I wasn't best pleased my mum decided to direct me down a busy street in town full of parked cars (oh and I have dreadful spacial awareness btw). Hope you're enjoying every moment of Ruth :)
from strawberrri :
Oh bless you, bed at 8.30 pm!
from strawberrri :
Yay you posted! X
from blujeans-uk :
Diaryland has missed you! Welcome back! I agree with everything in your year in review xxx
from randomrabbit :
For reasons known only to my bottom lip and salivary gland a string of gob swung out when I laughed at you farting paying for your dress. Congratulations on the engagement/upcoming wedding :) He's a lucky chap! Just make sure you have cubes of cheese on cocktail sticks at the reception - get the basics right and all the rest will fall in to place!
from strawberrri :
Congratulations Emma and Keith!!! I loved your wedding blog. At least your stress will be over soon :) I'm getting married next March so have just under a year left of planning hell. I've just started lifting 2 litre bottles of fizzy water to try to reduce my arm fat but it's only given me a bad shoulder so far. We are also doing DIY wedding invitations which I think is going to make me cry, but we've already bought all the materials from Hobbycraft so have to plough on!
from student-bum :
Not sure if you'll ever get this, but congratulations! You sound really happy (despite planning the wedding...) and I hope it all goes well for you. And by that I mean the wedding and marriage and general life stuff like that. xx
from strawberrri :
You poor things. Having no hot water is grim :( In my broken boiler times I have enjoyed "kettle showers" (fill up lots of measuring jugs, take them in with you but make sure they're diluted with lots of cold!) and going to the gym purely for shower use. Hope it's fixed soon!
from randomrabbit :
Damn it! If only I'd known you were a keen vegetable grower I'd have proposed long ago! We could have spent happy evenings together stamping on slugs and wondering where we planted the garlic.
from lostasyou :
I like your diary :) you shall be added now :)
from theswordsman :
Hola Emmalita. I watched the whole Royal Wedding extravaganza starting at three in the morning my time. That wasn't enough, so I had William & Kate The Movie for dessert the next morning. The Kate character was adorable, and I loved all the buildings and things. I'll watch again, and I'm following the actress on twitter, as someone needs to keep an eye on her and I have the time. Take care.
from blujeans-uk :
And not a peep about being bridesmaid at the wedding of the year! Pah...
from shot-of-tea :
Kudos used to tell me that I should be a homeopath OR a prison officer. Both big dreams of mine, obviously.
from blujeans-uk :
Cardboard hips... Was that one of mine? xxx
from blujeans-uk :
You're amazing. I love you!
from randomrabbit :
Hard lines on the asthma! I spent a good 2 weeks on facebook before I remembered I don't really like people so cancelled it. I think it told me no-one will miss me though :(
from blujeans-uk :
I've just realised it's almost a year since I came to see you in London the last time it snowed! Bloody hell this year has gone fast! Unfortunately I have not been snowed in either. Love you xxx
from buffylass :
So pleased that you've updated! xxx
from theswordsman :
Great to have you updating again. I'm rooting for Stacey 917.4%, but give Jamie Afro 432 yeses (Sp). Take care.
from randomrabbit :
You can have my 'hook' if you want it. Training up a chicken to sit on my shoulder and pretending I'm some sort of rural pirate really hasn't helped me pull the ladies. Maybe you'll have more luck with it. Also, can't you just bagsy the biggest room? She can come up with all the reasons in the world why she should have it, but they're worth nothing against a bagsy.
from lobo21 :
Wandered by, stopped in. Sorry to here you had to be stuck orbiting someone else's date. If you don't mind, I'd like to wander by again. You're the first person I've met that knows who Steven Dobyns is, never mind has read anything by him. His poetry is prety good too. Take care.
from lilkate :
Either as my autobiography title, or on my gravestone - "Why hasn't he text me??"
from eliza1970 :
I finally sent you that email. Sorry if I appeared mysterious and elusive - in reality I was just old and tired! Kx
from blujeans-uk :
Was that your hair?!
from stepfordtart :
Mostly Im impressed that its JUNE and you still have Easter eggs left! Thats some serious self-control. I bow down to you. s x
from eliza1970 :
Happy to share my London media experience! Is your email address still the "emmawozere" hotmail one? Kx
from blujeans-uk :
Oh, honey. I still love you, always will xxx
from lilkate :
Sorry, somehow logged in as you. That's weird. Anyway, the message still stands. You are.
from onlyemma :
You are amazing. x x x
from eliza1970 :
Hi Emma, I’ve been Nigel-the-Stalker-ing you from afar for, ooh, ages. I found you via Holly’s blog and became hooked. When I read your “Phase Out” entry I just had to step out of the shadows and say damn, that’s some good writing! I’m London based media-fied too and old enough to be, if not your mother, your red wine loving auntie. But, wow, your last entry blew me away! So I just wanted to let you know that you rock (even though I suspect I’m too old to even be allowed to say that.) Kx
from stepfordtart :
Umm...perhaps he was just trying to tell you that its a shit film without having to question your judgement? Perhaps implying you were a pre-teen was preferable for him? I read the book and it was DIRE - I sincerely hope that the film is better or thats 3 quid down the swanee. Best of luck s x
from boo40 :
Hey lovely, you do realise that in my eyes (and heart) you will be forever twelve! even the "fringe" is still there. love you loads, mumbly Jane xXxXx
from theswordsman :
Sixth Form Musical? That's hot. Great pic of you, and I never would have guessed at the hinged jaw.
from blujeans-uk :
Lol!
from student-bum :
"Have I gone too far?" Possibly, Em. Possibly.
from samcorday :
hey......you read And then we came to the end?!!! i saw it in the bookstore and i was going to buy it but i didn't!!! was it that great? i read the fist page and i loved it......why the hell didn't i buy it?!!
from strawberrri :
hiya *waves* :) it still pleases me so much when you update! do you use pay as you go on oyster or get a season ticket for various zones? i get a monthly zones 1-3 on mine and it works out cheaper (i think)! x
from blujeans-uk :
Prod. What are you doing for your birthday? And even after a year you still haven't given me your address so I can send you your card :-(
from randomrabbit :
I'm sure you look very fetching in your velour joggers! I do worry however that you may also have equally lovely flannelette bed sheets which may adhere velcro-like to the velour and leave you glued to the bed! Hope you're feeling loads better x
from stepfordtart :
If I had ever been to nandos Im sure that would have totally made sense. Hope you feel better soon....although Im fairly certain velour joggers are enough to make anyone want to crawl under the duvet and die! s x
from student-bum :
Oh my god you do realise that the Colin Firth thing is almost lifted from Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason?! (The book that is...) You didn't do the interview in Rome did you...? But I'm impressed! My mum would kill you though, she'd probably even kill me to get her hands on Mr Wet Shirt. Oh and I can sympathise with the not getting dressed until 2 thing... I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow at 8.30am - A-BLOODY-M - and I know I'm going to miss it. But anyway, yay about the job etc! Have a great new year xxx
from randomrabbit :
Are you lying on the landing? Or is there a new job and/or bloke? Nosey people want to know! I do rather miss you writing x
from stepfordtart :
Heehee! Im lovin them chips! s x
from theswordsman :
Hi Emma. I'm normally a big fan of faux food, but you've got so much talent and creativity and writing ability, it would be good for the world if you wrote short stories or children's stories or something while you have the time. I mean, with a billion ways to describe a guy, you say, "He’s just the kind of boy that I imagine when he was a kid and had a Where’s Wally? book, he was content just knowing Wally was in there..." Come on! Signed, an annoying but well-meaning stranger
from theswordsman :
Hi Emma. I'm normally a big fan of faux food, but you've got so much talent and creativity and writing ability, it would be good for the world if you wrote short stories or children's stories or something while you have the time. I mean, with a billion ways to describe a guy, you say, "He’s just the kind of boy that I imagine when he was a kid and had a Where’s Wally? book, he was content just knowing Wally was in there..." Come on! Signed, an annoying but well-meaning stranger
from randomrabbit :
My (ever so slight) OCD makes me want to tidy your food cupboard and fasten the lid on that open box! Is that jelly by the spreadables?
from blujeans-uk :
I'm so glad you updated!! You have no idea how happy I feel when I see 'onlyemma' in red :-D Love you!
from theswordsman :
You still tell a great story. And National Novel Writing Month is just around the corner.
from buffylass :
Oh chicken, I'm sorry about the rubbishness of your boy. He doesn't deserve you at all if he treats you like that. On a frivolous side note, James lived in West Hampstead while he was in London, and indeed I was there only yesterday packing up his stuff for him. It is a bit of a dive, though I didn't tell him that. Anyway, hope you're doing okay xx
from strawberrri :
i love your diary so much :) btw i was in elstree last weekend, visiting aldenham country park! it's great (pics in my diary if you're interested!) x
from buffylass :
Hey lovely, when you finally find your way back to here the password is mouse/love xx
from blujeans-uk :
Woohoo! That's the hottest 'trashy blonde hunchback' I've ever seen! :-D Coolness!!
from randomrabbit :
You didn't spin and make jazz hands?
from student-bum :
Oooh cool, you're on TV! But... could you get me one of those giant super-baguettes they had just before the news? I would KILL for one of those :D
from buffylass :
I actually think that you're beyond wonderful xx
from randomrabbit :
Not that I keep any sort of track of who owes me an email or not, but yes you bloodywell do owe me one you bugger! I've no idea who Mickey is in Eastenders but I saw that chubby simple bloke from Heartbeat in Whitby yesterday.
from toiletwater :
and DEFINITELY no judging on the email!! :)
from toiletwater :
ok, i just added you as a friend. It should come up from Danni :)
from blujeans-uk :
You'd be like that film 'Good Luck Chuck' (was that the one? I only saw the trailer...) except you'd be Good Luck Chick... I'm sure it's not all that bad. I'm back, by the way! Got some really weird shift-like timetabling for my A+E rotation. Kind of poo. Will call soon, love you lots xxx
from toiletwater :
i would totally join your group :) maybe we should be facebook friends and you can then actually see pictures of my friend marcus. he's 26. cute. blond. and don't worry about the asking! i'm also at the point where i'm hitting up random friends to meet their friends. too bad I don't have a train to meet anyone on!
from toiletwater :
having similar luck with men myself, i sympathize with you :) although if you ever want to meet my friend that lives in borehamwood (single, chiropractor...!) just let me know!
from theswordsman :
Your life sounds a bit like Good Luck Chuck, a horrible film that couldn't be saved by Jessica Alba in small underwear. The laminator story reminds me if when I was a kid, and something would get stuck on the roof or in a tree. We'd toss up something larger to knock it down, and then something even larger to knock both things down, and in an hour every toy and shoe we had would be hanging in a tree or stuck up on the shingles. I hope that by now London has stopped smelling like French and Belgian manure and that you have a great week.
from toiletwater :
wow, i can't believe you now live in Borehamwood, because one of the ONLY people that I actually know in the UK also lives there and recently moved there (in the past few months)! small world :)
from the-moo :
haha I love it.. GREAT use of time!! Hope you have a WONDERFUL date!! xxx
from theswordsman :
You should suggest that he brings along a couple of his favourite movies to share with you. He'll think you care about his interests, and never guess that you're trying to save money to have a decent tea every day. Guys here would offer to pay for a date anyway if they were the ones who asked. Guys who get to go out with you should be willing to try to sweep you off your feet.
from strawberrri :
that's ok! a steno is a stenograph, which is a machine used for typing down words really quickly. so i am a stenographer in court and take down all the proceedings (though my official job title is court reporter). it's not anything like a qwerty keyboard cos it's designed so you can reach speeds of up to 300 words a minute (i'm on a lowly 180 words a minute or thereabouts). you type whole words in one go rather than letter by letter, that's how it can be done so quickly. also, the keyboard is really compact so you don't have to move your hands very far, which means certain letters are missing cos there isn't room for them. there's no letter N, so you press the combination of TPH for an N instead. it is all fairly confusing and takes about 3 months to learn the basic theory behind it...sorry if this has been a very baffling response :)
from toiletwater :
congrats on the driving!
from shot-of-tea :
WAHEY!!!
from strawberrri :
you are such a funny, funny girl...the examiner off bullseye and the ka-ching = hilarious. CONGRATULATIONS!!! xx
from tragicskies :
(all) your entries make me laugh a lot =D.
from student-bum :
Luckity luck luck of the good variety :)
from randomrabbit :
Good luck!
from the-moo :
hahahahaha I LOVE IT!!! I used to play games JUST like that but I LOVE the depth to which you went into it.. ah to be little again.. :o)this brightened my day!! xxx
from lifeineminor :
thanks ^^ It's always nice to know I have new readers. =)
from theswordsman :
I think The Karen Game should be made into a workout video for youngsters. It would help with their creativity, and they'd get good cardio with a bit of interval training when they're running late for school, and turning and scolding as you walk and push double-wide prams and things is great for working your core. Beats the heck out of Tae-Bo.
from shinynewtoy :
This is for you: http://jezebel.com/374251/claudia-kishi-of-the-baby+sitters-club-my-first-fashion-muse
from danielfox118 :
ok, so I've been reading your entries starting from the beginning. I've found it very enjoyable. so how're you doing today?
from shinynewtoy :
my original response was going to be kristy, but since i had to wikipedia it to even remember her name, i'm going to go with dawn. mallory if we're playing with the young ones.
from shinynewtoy :
ah, me too! I really wanted to grow up and look like her. (The odds of which were always minimal since I'm not Asian.) I always had to be Mary Anne when we played, though, which I hated. I think it had something to do with my love of books. It was a sad day for me when I realized that I was now older than the characters in the Babysitters Club.
from shinynewtoy :
the karen game sounds amazing. but i don't remember that character, and i was a dedicated babysitter's club reader for years (possibly too many years). was she one of the young ones, or a member of the original set?
from blujeans-uk :
I do love you xxx
from buffylass :
Oi mush, where's my email, eh? Hope your flat hunting has been successful by now - James left for London today, so maybe you'll bump into him by accident. Probably about 0.1% chance of that happening, but oh well. Love you! xxx
from toiletwater :
perhaps if we both believe really hard in fairy tale love it will come true :) how's the hunt for a place to live coming along? good luck with that, there are some very scary places out there i'm sure!
from theswordsman :
Hi Emma. The National Novel Writing Month people have something similar in April where people write a screenplay in a month. They have articles and inspirational e-mails from writers and things. I don't know when the job starts, but if you wanted to exercise your creativity and writing skills and just happen to have a screenplay to carry around when you're with the TV people, you could start early and just keep it in Word until the site is ready. Take care. Oh, and over here I think the people who sleep with their eyes open realize it when they crash their car into stuff. I imagine on public transportation they just fall down quite a lot. http://www.scriptfrenzy.org/
from strawberrri :
hiya! feel free to ask anything you like and i'll do my best to help :D unfortunately the 'decent' places to live in london will be well out of most non-millionaire's budgets (in north london you're looking at highgate, hampstead, st john's wood, belsize park) but i don't reckon camden's actually that bad. had an ex who lived 5 mins from mornington crescent tube (which is virtually on camden's main road anyway) and i spent tons of time there and it was nice and loads of places to eat and shop and all good things like that! it's also hard to gauge how nice a certain road or whatever is going to be because affluent parts and slum areas are so, so close together, so i would just go along and get a feel for a place before signing up for anything. however i would *definitely* advise steering clear of hackney altogether as it's crime central...actually, googling london borough crime rates might help! g'luck :) xx
from shinynewtoy :
I'm flattered.
from strawberrri :
oh don't worry, i wasn't expecting a reply as you did actually explain everything in an entry! it sounds so exciting for both of you! (although i cannot BELIEVE what happened with your cleaning job.) i don't live in london but i'm only 20 mins away so if you ever want a tour or anything then...well, ok my navigational skills aren't amazing but i know some nice places to go. unfortunately my london based friends and workmates tend to stick to south of the river vis a vis renting properties but gumtree.com may assist your search :) x
from blujeans-uk :
I always end up watching your videos without sound as I have been too lazy to bring the computer speakers back upstairs. Sometimes it's funnier that way though, as you make things up about what they're saying and realise how ridiculous people look dancing to no music. Where has Kate gone? Nobody tells me nuffin' these days... xxx
from strawberrri :
where has kate gone? erm, that was really bloody nosey actually, i won't be offended if you ignore this :) ps. w00t for big brother! i hope you are made 'employee of the week' on bblb!
from theswordsman :
Some lucky guy will find you one day. Good luck with the new job. Take care.
from student-bum :
Colin and I watched Loose Women as well, and spent the entire time laughing at them (and I had to endure Colin's comments of "She's fit, like" for the main speaky one. I got my revenge when Alex Zane came on... mmm...). And I wish I'd seen Jezza in action, because I LOVE HIM but I was in a pissy tutorial. Boo. And the worst part is, I chose for it to be at 9am. WHY?!
from buffylass :
Aww I love Samson too! Will email you as soon as I can, chicken, but my computer is proving difficult as it freezes roughly every 6 minutes, making any computer-based task a little tricky xx
from student-bum :
Definitely MTV. Though in the Paolo/Danny stakes it would have to be the former.
from randomrabbit :
Paolo Nutini, if that helps?
from shot-of-tea :
Happy birthday! And may I say, I am proud to have you in the blonde race :)
from strawberrri :
happy birthday beautiful!
from randomrabbit :
Have a wonderful Birthday! I lead such a sheltered existence that I don't think I've ever had a banoffee pie! But anything that ends in "pie" has to be good. And cake. Why did a child want you to get on the bus?
from student-bum :
Happy birthday for tomorrow! I'm not doing anything for it either, which for some reason merits sympathy/PITY from people(!) - they don't seem to understand it's through choice... This year I cannot get excited, and I'm turning 19, not 49. I'm old on the inside, at least.
from boo40 :
good luck Emma, we are all sending positive thoughts and big hugs, you are the best, love the whole Mulls fambily xxXxx
from randomrabbit :
49 out of 50 you little smart arse! Good luck with the interview! Not that you'll need it, they'd be stupid not to hire you! Perhaps you should tell them that?
from strawberrri :
oh no! hope you get it rescheduled ok. i missed my last two orthodontist appointments and have consequently been struck off as a patient! mind you, i have been going since 1995 and had my brace taken off in 1997. i don't really know how long, or indeed why, they were going to insist on my bi-annual visits...
from randomrabbit :
You silly sod!
from randomrabbit :
If you need to find a home for any toffees or liquorice torpedoes that come your way I'd be more than happy to take them off your hands :)
from boo40 :
hello yummy, love you lots, miss you more. mumbly Jane xXx
from theswordsman :
Is there any chance that the last line of White Christmas will be added for the holiday season?
from theswordsman :
Hey Emma. I just read all your diary entries for 2001 and 2002. I use Firefox with NoScripts, so your stalker meter didn't work, but you can go in with a screw driver and up the numbers a couple of hundred. Cheers
from janeygodley :
thanks for the kind comments Janey
from theswordsman :
On behalf of the men of the world, "phew, that was close" ***swipes back of right hand across forehead***
from randomrabbit :
I recently discovered the Hallmark Channel! Monk and Daignosis Murder! Heaven!
from blujeans-uk :
I miss going to Proms in the park with you... But next year I can decide when my holidays are so I can come with you! Yay!!
from blujeans-uk :
Ohhhhh... Ok. Silly me... I think it was a remnant from French class... Christoire, Jeffoire, Megoire, Kirstoire, but Kirstwa works just as well! Love you too, sorry for being all huffy. (No friends in Liverpool yet except Mario, they're all still on their Summer holiday) See you soon lovely xxx
from randomrabbit :
I loved that entry! You do have a wonderful way of writing :)
from theswordsman :
platonic..long..distance..hug
from blujeans-uk :
So you'll go and see Vicky but not me?! Humph, I say. And you never texted back. What you doing in two weeks? xxx
from theswordsman :
hi..emma.. congratulations..on..the..documentary .your..entry..was..entertaining..as..always.. sorry..keyboard..probs.. take..care..john
from student-bum :
Be sure to update us on "the chat", I'm not sure I can bear the suspense...
from randomrabbit :
Maybe we're overstretching ourselves with words! Perhaps a pop-up hat book might be more appropriate given our penchants for origami hattery! I'm oddly reassured though by your laziness as it makes me feel slightly less guilty about mine!
from theswordsman :
"updated 30 days ago..."
from randomrabbit :
My day's mostly been spent blowing my nose interspersed with doing the I'm off work for a week buttock dance in my chair! A book!? Yes!
from randomrabbit :
Ah yes! It seems I'm quite frequently unintentionally vague! The giant man boobs were what GMB could have stood for, which I wrote instead of GBM! Hope you're having a good Monday :)
from randomrabbit :
GMB? Oh note shame is such a bugger! I of course meant GBM! I'm fairly sure you'd have no reason at all to want giant man boobs.
from johnguinness :
That's the most entertaining candy bar entry I've ever read. Cheers. John
from randomrabbit :
I wasn't sure if you'd bought the GMB or not as they were still in the packet! But since you resisted I think your self-restraint needs to be applauded! I'm far too weak-willed to pass up the biscuity goodness!
from randomrabbit :
The closest I came (and I think got a little too excited about) was a gingerbread pig with chocolate trousers. But now I think about it maybe that was supposed to be mud, it being a pig and all. I had an urge to leave you a note, but then I worried that all my notes would be gingerbread related and you'd think I was some sort of odd obsessive! Why did your gingerbread men have 4 eyes by the way? Glad you updated! Your entries always make me smile.
from buffylass :
Oh Em you're so ace, I do miss you. Right, I'm going to have to come down to Notts soon and gatecrash you xx
from strawberrri :
i wish you'd write more because your diary's such a bloody joy to read! i took gas-powered straighteners on a week long boat trip last year and ok, GHDs they were not, but they sufficed! just a suggestion anyway :) i also loved your chart - very amusing and the little hearts at the top looked like heart-lemmings jumping over a cliff. hehe.
from anibananie :
YAY nice to see you back :) I was very amused by your tales of drunkeness, made me smile.
from randomrabbit :
Would you be prepared to accept inducements to add an entry? Cash? Liquorice Torpedos? Nutella? Hello! Hope everything's okay, chicken?
from the-moo :
see... now I'm going to be really weird and tell you I NEED to speak to you because I've been praying about something and YOU have possibly delivered a solution I don't have your email address please email me diddymoo@gmail.com xxx
from the-moo :
:oO *dies* do YOU know Chris Hedley???? We've not known him and Lucy all that long but they're only TWO OF MY MOST FAVOURITE PEOPLE IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD!!!!!! email me... diddymoo@gmail.com xxx
from randomrabbit :
The sleepy wees are sometimes a bit off target! The ones where you're trying to futilely convince your brain you're still asleep, but your increasingly wet foot and the noise like pebbles on a tin roof as it ricochets off the airing cupboard door is telling it otherwise!
from randomrabbit :
I class it as a good wee if it's on target! Is that the answer?
from anibananie :
I had trouble stopping at first as well, no matter how gently I pushed the brakes everyone would go flying forward. It's, irritatingly, something that comes through practice. But YAY for driving! It's so much fun after all the boring basics. When I was able to drive to Garstang and back at reach 60mph, that was when it started to get more fun...
from theswordsman :
http://www.scriptfrenzy.org/
from anibananie :
I would make a banner... but my diary's locked, so what's the point? Aside from sadistic teasing, mwahahaha. Glad you like my entries, though I feel they've been lacking as of late. I blame stress. But right back to you: I love yours as well. Update more, wench! Good luck for Friday. Sweets are always a good way to win people over.
from randomrabbit :
Oh, and not that you'll need it but good luck for Friday.
from randomrabbit :
Given the slight laxative qualities of liquorice you might also be known as the girl who gave everyone diarrhoea! Thank you for the birthday wishes :) I had a gingerbread man on Saturday and it made me think of you! It didn't have chocolate trousers on though, sadly.
from randomrabbit :
Hello.
from blujeans-uk :
That wasn't meant to sound whiny, by the way, just a light-hearted response to your note to me... (I just re-read the below and it sounds a bit random and annoying.)
from blujeans-uk :
You never write about me!! :-P (have written this note before reading your latest entry so if you did mention me then I apologise, and if you didn't then so there!) love you xxx
from cera-jeanne :
I had braces for 4 years! What a pain! But the result was well worth it. You will be lovely with a metal mouth, I am sure. :)
from johnguinness :
Hi Emma. If you should decide to have the Internet Boyfriend job done by committee (and lower your standards quite a lot), I'm available from May 4-24. "Nothing's as ace as a girl with a brace" that's what I always say (since this afternoon). You'll be fine - just think of it as accessorizing. Take care. John
from strawberrri :
oh braces are fine. lisa from steps had a brace whilst in the group. i feel so sad for remembering that!
from anibananie :
That video was GENIUS.
from buffylass :
Hey chicken, sorry I've been so rubbish in my resondingness recently. Did indeed get your text, thankyou :) Loved your last entry, especially your dad's parting words. Love you more though xxx
from anibananie :
Your entry title today made me chuckle like a mad thing. I can sympathise though, my folks say all that stuff too.
from toiletwater :
I found your site awhile back and have been stealthily reading, but I figured I should make it legit and tell you that you never fail to make me laugh!
from toiletwater :
I found your site awhile back and have been stealthily reading, but I figured I should make it legit and tell you that you never fail to make me laugh!
from cera-jeanne :
I totally agree with what you said how when a person who is usually mean says something nice it means more than when someone who is usually nice says something nice...And it IS too bad we put so much weight in a mean persons comments but I guess that's just the way it is... :)
from randomrabbit :
Gingerbread men - legs first, then the arms, head and finally the torso. I do hope that's correct as I'd hate to think I'd been getting it wrong all these years. Where do you stand with regards to tea from a flask? It's an odd taste but not unpleasant. Also, I love Diagnosis Murder. Especially if they somehow manage to work tap dancing and/or rollerskating in to the story somehow.
from johnguinness :
Hi Emma. Years ago, I read all of the Ian Fleming James Bond novels (as light summer reading, like the Jeeves & Wooster books of P.G. Wodehouse). In one of the books, Bond said that since in his line of work he had to often have meals and drinks alone, he put a lot of thought and effort into getting them just right. When he ordered a mixed drink, he wouldn't just order it by name, but he asked for a specific brand of each individual liquor, and described how it should be prepared. Professional bartenders actually appreciated it, because it showed that the guy had experimented, like they do, with trying to find a perfect drink, and that he really appreciated the end results. In the books at least, his job required that kind of attention to detail in everything. In my humble Internet opinion, you're not high maintenance (except possibly for your fringe, which has been well documented through the years), you just want to enjoy life to the fullest, and if you find something like the tea that can make you happy if done properly, and you're willing to do it properly, then there's nothing at all wrong with it. In my life I was like that with a certain tennis racket, a car I drove for over 300,000 miles and loved to the end, and a French gripped fencing foil that allowed me to have speed and control the day it arrived. Take care. John P.S. The cemetery might be a good source for fictional characters - you could look at the names, the bit of details, and any other clues, and make up stories about them. Stephen King said in On Writing that it's really just about coming up with interesting characters and having them start bumping into each other. I'll go now...
from johnguinness :
No worries. Just knowing that you're out in the world somewhere makes me appreciate it more. Cheers. John
from johnguinness :
There could be a half hour reality series called Wrestling Emmas. You could use product placement for Cherryade and get a free supply. It's great to hear that you're doing the brisk walking - the story about you saying the LOUD hellos whilst dragging a poo shoe behind you was classic Emma. Take care. John
from buffylass :
Oh I do love you xxx
from blujeans-uk :
Hah! I should have bought you both Bop-its...
from randomrabbit :
I recommend wooly gloves for when your nose runs whilst walking. You can wipe without breaking stride, then after a week or so wash them or, better still, subtly swap them with someone else’s. And ‘rather lovely’ doesn’t do you justice! I’ll go remedy that now!
from blujeans-uk :
Snazzy hat :-) Can we have the wagamama pictures pleeeeease? Pretty please? Ooh, and I booked my tickets to come home again, but will tell you exactly when personally, as I have enough imagination to pretend I have an ego that worries about stalkers... Love and hugs xxx
from strawberrri :
that was such an ace entry - i loved it. cabbage!
from randomrabbit :
Pratting about at work does help the days go so much quicker. I've never excercised though, I tend to just sellotape stuff to other stuff.
from blujeans-uk :
Oh, Em. Why do you always have to look so pretty? See you soon!
from anibananie :
Ooh, The Long Blondes. They're good. Am jealous!
from randomrabbit :
Damn your probing questions! There wasn't really a reason to make them, just... now I feel silly.
from the-moo :
hah just like clairecav I too am hovering about here in a suspicious fashion!! *hugs* xxx
from clairecav :
Just so you know, if you check your site meter anytime soon and it appears as if someone is stalking you by reading excessive numbers of your entries, it's just me. I'm avoding my book and so am spending a LOT of time on here. My apologies!
from blujeans-uk :
You really should stop kissing him, and you really should call me as I still have both yours and Kates birthday presents at home, and I'm very tempted to play on Kate's after drinking yours...
from kickinkurst :
Hey hon, you can stumble on my diary any time, however, if you have read my recent entries it may out you off as i've been going through a bit of a trauma, read my early stuff, its funny. Kurstxxx
from theswordsman :
Sorry, I shouldn't have said all of that. I probably meant to say "cheers" or something. Take care. John
from theswordsman :
Hi Emma. It was great to hear from you again. I hope that the things that have kept you busy and tired were good things, as you deserve. I'm sorry I kind of wore out your White Christmas video on YouTube, but you really are beautiful, and so much of your personality shows through, and this giant crush I've had on you doesn't seem to be going away any time soon. I'll keep trying, though, I guess. As always, I wish you all good things. I hope you're keeping up with your writing. Take care. John
from randomrabbit :
I think if I were ever to be murdered in peculiar circumstances I’d want Monk to solve it. Or Quincy if Monk was too busy. Hetty Wainthropp at a push but only because her name amuses me.
from theswordsman :
Hi Emma. Sorry to bother you, I just noticed your name on the recently updated list and allowed myself to click on it just this once. Belated Happy Birthday to you. Godspeed. John
from buffylass :
Aww do you remember when we sat in 6th form and played the Have They Lost Their Virginity Or Not game? xxx
from anibananie :
AAAAH you have my birthday! I was born on 29/01 as well. Woo us :P Happy birthday to the both of you! Hehe if only you could have seen my face when I read that, I was far too happy.
from buffylass :
Aww yay for Shaun! I'm so glad he's shaved his Jesus beard off xx
from randomrabbit :
I enjoyed that entry very much, it made me chuckle like a pillock, but then I love all your entries. It's probably too late to even say Happy Belated Birthday, so you'll have to have a Happy Friday instead.
from randomrabbit :
But she's pretty. kind of. Maybe. In a sort of frumpy sort of way. Maybe it's the scarves that do it for me - I've always been a fan of knitwear.
from randomrabbit :
Your dad has man flu whereas you only had woman flu and man flu is far worse and he'll require much sympathy, mollycoddling and warm lemony drinks to aid his recovery.
from theswordsman :
Hi Emma. That's okay - you don't need to reply. I hope your cold gets better really soon. I'll be sure to try cherryade if I make it back across the pond. See ya. John
from randomrabbit :
Chocolate cookie trifle does sound rather lovely and makes me wonder what I've been doing all these years with those silly sponge fingers. But they do absorb the rum so very nicely. Happy New Year to you, my dear.
from johnguinness :
It started out secret because I suspected that someone at work had found my other one. I invite my regular readers to move along with me, and it's set up with no profile and so that it doesn't show up on search engines. I've only recently started posting both places again. Please don't expect to find anything interesting. In the other note I clearly tried to strike through the word stalk, but I guess html doesn't work in notes. I did enjoy the effort, though, as it turns out you're an extremely interesting character, and also because I got to see a photo of you in the black dress, and you truly are gorgeous. Sorry - I'm thinking about giving up Internet flirtation for 2007, and I have a good bit left in me to use up before then. Have a great weekend. John
from johnguinness :
Hey Emma. It's theswordsman. I've had a chance to <s>stalk</s> page through your diary, and have decided to move you over to my secret diary, if that's okay with you. There's no profile, but you'll spot some mutual friends in the Notes section if you give it a look. I hope you're having a wondrous finish to 2006, and are set to have the best year of your life (to date) in 2007. Take care. John
from theswordsman :
The Christmas video with your sister was just brilliant. I took a bit of time wondering which of you was cuter, and it turned out that you both were. The two of you should try another one singing a song yourselves. But I'm new and shouldn't be pushy. Please don't lock your diary or join a nunnery because I've left a note, as I've been responsible for fourteen of one and seven of the other already this year. Take care. John
from buffylass :
Happy Christmas chicken :) did love your video lots xxx
from randomrabbit :
Hope you've had a good Christmas. I found chocolates, trifle and Harry Potter to be a most agreeable way of spending the afternoon. Loved the video.
from anibananie :
Loving the video. Merry Christmas :)
from buffylass :
Aww chicken, sorry Domonic is such a big twatting druggie wanker. You deserve so so so much better... in fact, you deserve the closest thing to a perfect man that is physically possible. Sending you huge hugs and hugesque vibes down to Notts, love you millions xxx
from uber-shaker :
:( i'm sorry. he pig. he big pig.
from boo40 :
hey yemmy, mumbly Jane here. Just to let you know that there are a couple of big hugs waiting for you at the Mulls household (or maybe more)! so don't leave it too long before you come and collect them. love from us, XXXXX
from anibananie :
Twat. Hope you have lots of cherryade handy.
from uber-shaker :
ughh. men. pigs.
from buffylass :
It is incredibly sexy. I could happily sit there with my eyes close and just let him read from the dictionary for an hour. More importantly, very yummy pictures of Paulo xxx
from uber-shaker :
i love your old paper diary, Dr. Pepper rules!!! That really made me chuckle :)
from randomrabbit :
You little fibber. I'm sure I read an entry last night about the concert and how you'd head-butted that girl in the face for going on about James Blunt and the stage-diving monkeys and how you'd ended up in a hotel room having tea and crumpets with Paolo Nutini's nan. I was going to say I saw mr Nutini supporting the Stones, except between queuing for the bar and then queuing for the toilet and then queuing for the bar agian I didn't actually "see" him as such so probably not really worth mentioning. But I will anyway.
from randomrabbit :
I think it was a trying time for us all when Karl and Susan split up. But how good that your dad looks like Karl Kennedy? I’d never tell him, but I’m always a bit disappointed that my dad only looks like Bill Oddie.
from randomrabbit :
Is the chap in the last picture Dr. Karl Kennedy from Neighbours, with a moustache?
from buffylass :
Hey chicken, don't worry he's just a big twathead who needs forgetting about as soon as is humanly possible. Love you xxx
from the-moo :
aaaaaaaaaaaaw I love kissing and "doggie" haha that made me grin I love LOVE xxx
from strawberrri :
"a woman at work says ‘versa visa’ which makes me laugh hysterically inside" i work with a woman who thinks santa lives in a ghetto, not a grotto, which makes me laugh hysterically inside. good luck with the graduation not falling over!
from strawberrri :
hope it goes well lovely girl :) x
from buffylass :
Aww thankyou chicken :) more importantly, yay you for the date! Hope it goes well... he's not going to be able to take his eyes off you once he sees you sans hairnet xxx
from clairecav :
WAHEY on the date!
from anibananie :
Ooh, I'm sending good date vibes your way! Hope it goes well x
from the-moo :
*squiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiish* well I'd take that as a compliment (about the dress) but you prefer a big hairy animal to a hunky princely man.. haha no really.. THANK YOU *hugs* you're way too nice to me!! xxx
from the-moo :
I prefer him as the beast too!!! TOTALLY!!! *hugs* xxx
from randomrabbit :
I"m (the keyboard I"m using would appear not to have an apostrophe. And the Y is on the bottom row for some reason)sorry but OCD is no one"s friend so I"ve put your hugs to 201!
from buffylass :
I've just hugged you up to 200, because round numbers are everyone's friend. Love you millions xxx
from randomrabbit :
Hello! I’m going to add you to my favourites if you don’t mind. I’ve only had chance to read a handful of your entries so far, but I was merrily chuckling away to myself at work as I read them. So bravo to you too. With knobs on.
from blujeans-uk :
Where is your entry? It's telling me you updated and there's nothing there...
from the-moo :
*hugs* my brain got to chocolate santas and then it died of happiness!!! hehehe hope you're ok xxxxxx
from blujeans-uk :
Why, what happened?
from anibananie :
I know that feeling so, so well. *hugs*
from avanery :
Ohh and i almost forgot, no a heifer isnt an elephant >.< >.< >.< its a mongoose silly =P
from avanery :
Hah, yeah apperently we both take a long time to answer new notes >.> but yeah, i really need to start writing in it again, sometimes i foget to write down the little everyday blunders that causes my friend Marten to laugh so hard soda comes out of his nose. Pleasent image im sure. ll keep reading yours so update often as well ;) chiao
from the-moo :
where did you go?? are you ok? *hugs* miss you xxx
from buffylass :
Thanks for your email chicken, I'll reply as soon as I can. Love you lots xxx
from the-moo :
aaaaaaaaw honey *hugs* that was such a sad sad entry but so beautifully written!! I know how you feel xxx
from buffylass :
Don't worry chicky, I'm muddling through. Got the doctors on Thursday, so hopefully whatever he gives me will help. Hope you're doing okay with the whole Tim thing xxx
from buffylass :
Love you so much chicken xxx
from the-moo :
?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!! haha I LOVE books like that xxx
from blujeans-uk :
I was thinking of snitching your layout when I get my Panama pics back cos they'll fit on that better than they will on my current one. Did you make it or take it from somewhere? Love you! xxx
from anibananie :
Also, I get all the urges (well, most) described in your entry, plus others... you are not alone :P
from anibananie :
That is fine, I would have given you the password anyway! Did I forget? I can't remember... anyway, glad you still read :)
from anibananie :
I hope your diary mojo reappears soon...!
from avanery :
wow, amaaazzzinng someone actually reads what i write in this thing? Hah, yeah the M&M thing really freaks him out. Why do you think we dont mention the words 'oops i dropped my crackers' anywhere in the vacinity of his room.
from blujeans-uk :
Hey missis, where's that elusive email? xxx
from the-moo :
I too send you more hugs MULTITUDES of them!! I feel so sad about it all I HATED going through all that and I HOPE I'll NEVER have to go through it again but you know what? I ALREADY know you're going to be fine!!! really you are!! you just haven't realised how FABULOUS you are yet!! xxx
from buffylass :
Sending you some more hugs. Love you xxx
from the-moo :
aaaaaw honey I remember that feeling and I wouldn't wish it on anyone least of all you!! *hughughug* I really wanted to see that feral children thing was it good? I'm sorry things are sad but it does get easier it really really does!! xxx
from strawberrri :
i'm sorry you're feeling so shit. the best thing you can do in this situation is keep yourself occupied, and know that you won't always feel this bad, even if you feel like you will. take care x
from buffylass :
Aw chicken, I'm so, so sorry about you and Tim. I'm always here to talk to if you need me. Sending you endless hugs, and thinking about you always xxx
from blujeans-uk :
Hugs, lots of hugs. I'm supposed to be the one coming round with boxes of tissues and chocolates and chick flicks and I'm stuck on the other side of the Atlantic... Can you please email me? Love you lots xxx
from blujeans-uk :
and you didn't tell me?!?!
from the-moo :
ooh I missed the 2:1 announcement DAMN IT!! WELL DONE SWEETIE!!!!! *hugs* also... lets go camping!! xxx
from boo40 :
Hey you... congratulations on the 2:1. (tell Katie congratultions too).Hope Joe behaved himself the other night. Maybe see the whole Isaksen clan soon? Take care. Mumbly jane and fambily xxxx
from the-moo :
aaaaaw I LOVE going through old things but it always makes me sad for the way things change.. I know things have to change but yeah... although I was a MISERABLE teenager.. my life was waaaaay easier then! haha *hugs* we should get together one day and learn about little uses and share sily notes etc hahaha xxx
from buffylass :
Aww thanks chicken, don't worry, I seem to gotten over that severely depressed day, so yay! Hope you're good xxx
from anibananie :
My mum has actually told me, "Why can't you get pregnant like normal 17 year-olds?" I sincerely hope she is joking...
from buffylass :
HA! I did a very unflattering snort of laughter when I saw your entry as a 13 year-old, and especially loved your spelling of the word 'cauliflower'. Love you lots xxx
from anibananie :
Hehe I write LOADS in felt tip... I dunno why, I just like felt tips. Also, my diary entries were awful when I was about 13. I still have my old diaries and they make me cringe, especially when I try to be "deep". Gaah.
from the-moo :
you've been gone a fair while lovely one!!! xxxx
from buffylass :
Hello you, yep Wednesday sounds fine to me. Let me know which train you'll be getting and I shall meet you at the station. Aww it's all so exciting, squeee! xxx
from the-moo :
that was such a beautiful note!!! Thank you!! thank you very very VERY much *hugs* it really made my evening! lovely lovely sweet beautiful you xxx
from strawberrri :
yeah i got a daniel the plant and will chart his progress with my webcam :) they were just in some random novelty gift shop in my town - never seen them before. my google search for a sarah was fruitless but ebay sell them ('personalised magic bean' is a good search term i believe) however they only seem to do generic messages like 'good luck'. still, i have planted and watered daniel this evening and am happy! x
from the-moo :
*hugs* glad you had a good time xxx
from blujeans-uk :
Aw, you lovely pretty thing you :)
from anibananie :
I'm sure you did better being a runner than you thought! I've done stupid things like that too (though not in a running situation), but at least it's valuable experience. And it'll be a funny story to tell your grandkids. "And then I said, I'm not wearing any socks...!" :)
from the-moo :
EEEEEEEEEEEEEP don't grow up growing up is for old people.... says the girl with 100000 cats 3 jobs a mortgage and a husband!! honestly.. being a child is the way to go :-p Hope you enjoy it though I really do!! I've done that kind of job a few times though I must admit I usually went with Gareth because he was working on the job too!! hahaha *hugs* xxx
from buffylass :
Big fat good luck with your interview chicky xxx
from buffylass :
Nooo, only the third page?! I was hoping it was after like page 100. Okay I'm going to go Google "mucky bum" now just to make myself feel better. Love you squillions - we should meet up after my exams are done, for I have gone too long without my Em fix xxx
from blujeans-uk :
They always play crap music at posh balls.
from blujeans-uk :
I bet you looked boootiful. Send me pics please :) Love you xxx
from buffylass :
You get Patrick Steward?? Man, that's so good, I think all I get is the local vet or something. Some deperatments get Eddie Izzard and Sean Bean, but not Biomedical Science, Maths and Journalism. We get Mr Vet. And I wouldn't dream of stealing your legs, you definately need them for all the exhausting activites you're currently investing in. Love you billions xxx
from buffylass :
I'll make you a big certificate with gold writing and one of those red rubber stamp things.
from clairelost :
hehe, military shopper, i nearly spit my drink everywhere! very true though , my favourite phrases 'shall we finish here and go there' and ' shall we have a break in a bit
from buffylass :
Aww you mean Miss Patterson! Who's now currently living with Bob and they have a LOVECHILD together! She totally rocked actually, although A-Level Chemistry did not, however. Erm, work isn't progressing too fantastically, but my appreciation of The Apprentice has soared (my hatred of Sayid has also soared exponentialy) xxx
from the-moo :
YOu are fabulous and that note.... was the cutest thing I have ever read EVER *hugs* and also *MASSIVECREEPYINTERNETLOVES* xxx
from buffylass :
I've done that walking along and smiling thing too! Aww I love you xxx
from strawberrri :
hello, i'm going to add you too. i have sat in my chair and been shaking laughing at your story of your fringe when you were 9 and how you put it in a scrunchy :)
from the-moo :
hello I have come bearing hugs and would like to give one to you absolutely free of charge *HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGS* no catches no salesman will call etc etc hope your day is full of sunshine xxx
from blujeans-uk :
Try living in tracksuit central... It's like uniform - blue lacoste tracksuits for the boys, garish matching velour tracksuits for the girls ('juicy' written across the bum is an optional extra...)
from blujeans-uk :
Grrr, you! I just spent an hour reading your old sixth form entries again instead of writing my essay... I'd almost forgotten about the little pink bike. Ah, memories...
from blujeans-uk :
I miss you lady! How comes you didn't tell me you're officially no longer a student? Now that you don't have any deadlines or work to worry about you better get in touch, or else!
from awittykitty :
thanks for your nice note. Glad you liked my diary. Squeeeee!
from anibananie :
Ooh how infuriating... I used to read your diary eons ago and then you stopped updating, so I took you off my buddy list... and now I see you returned ages ago! Bah. Back on the list you go.
from the-moo :
you're so very sweet - I didn't have a little sister luckily (I have two now but they're not interested in brownies) My brown owl was lovely maybe we should hunt yours down and poke her with a big stick for making you feel bad!! nasty her!! hope you're having a nice day *hugs* xxx
from the-moo :
I just popped by to check you out after I saw your note and that you'd added me *HAPPINESS* and I have to say after just one entry.. I already know I'm going to love you!!! *huuuugs* you're lovely truly lovely!! xxx
from blujeans-uk :
Some people really shouldn't follow fashion - yesterday I saw this girl who could singlehandedly bring down the skinny jeans revolution with the amount of wobble tucked into those things... You shouldn't worry though, you beautiful person. Skinny jeans will just be a flash in the pan...ts... Tee hee and all that.
from buffylass :
Yes! Sing it about the skinny jeans! And shorts! We should make some kind of rioting bonfire and BURN THEM ALL! DOWN WITH THE OPPRESSION!
from blujeans-uk :
It's on my amazon wish list. I felt bereaved when I finished Birds Without Wings, although it wasn't quite as good as Captain Corelli's Mandolin. I did get around to reading the one you lent me ages ago, so you can have that back now. Yay! An excuse to come and see you! Love you xxx
from buffylass :
Heyyy chicken :) yeah I totally loved the book. I didn't cry though unfortunately... I nearly did, but I'm just too bloody stoic. Heh, I can't believe you miss my writing, you're so lovely. Send me your Huddersfield address and I'll write you a letter, although I can't guarantee its quality in any way. Love you millions xx
from kate-lee :
Thank God someone else is procrastinating like a bugger - I too have ridiculous amounts of work to do, and I too am google-searching things instead of being productive. And who wants to grow up and stop having inappropriate thoughts about celebrities? Would life really be worth living without the odd improbable fantasy to pass the time? xxx
from buffylass :
Hee! Bless you, I'm so glad you're writing entries again. Sending you yet another creepy internet hug because I can. Love you chicken xxx
from buffylass :
Hee! Bless you, I'm so glad you're writing entries again. Sending you yet another creepy internet hug because I can. Love you chicken xxx
from zanks :
Hey! Don't be too embarrassed about the slight technical difficulties...these sorts of little moments are a certainty in life, they are the sorts of things that you look back on, later on in life, and they make you chuckle (and perhaps roll your eyes). I'm very impressed that you had the guts to ring back and admit your little "faux pas" and get it sorted, it shows a great amount of bravery on your part. Plus the whole entry brought a smile to my face :P Love Meg XXXX
from cdghost :
enjoyed your words
from clairecav :
Oh wow... I used to read you! I think I took you off my buddy list because you hadn't updated in forever - but now you're back I see! That's very groovy. I must re-add you, woohoo! Sorry for all the exclamation marks, how very uncool...!
from buffylass :
Thankyou chicken :) love you really quite a huge amount xxx
from buffylass :
Ohhh bless you. Sending you a big Internet hug because I can xxx
from zanks :
*Virtual Hug from Spain* Cheer Up! I know how irritating it is when you can't sleep because you're too stressed about work. Usually I get up, I get a drink (either tea or Baileys) and do at least 30 mins of work then I go back to bed feeling better that I've done something. Try it, it might work for you too! Good luck with your studies! Love Meg XXX
from blujeans-uk :
Ah, Emma. You are one lovely lovely person. May the dissertation fairy sprinkle motivation-dust all over you. Love you lots xxx
from buffylass :
HA! I loved the rant on Jeremy Kyle... I always ask the housekids why he insists on saying, "HERE ON THE JEREMY KYLE SHOW!!!" every 9 seconds. And I loved your little story about the camera and yeast infections; it's so very you and it made me miss you even more than usual xx
from blujeans-uk :
I bore your entry in mind when I had my cheese and onion pasty for lunch yesterday and made sure I scrubbed over the whole of my face with my sleeve before venturing out into public...
from boo40 :
Hey Yemmy, Just read last few entries:-) me and david laughed and laughed, (i think we both cried at some points) david wants to know if he can have the copywrite to your diary so he can publish it and become a millionaire overnight? Take care, keep on being yemmy, luff mumbly jane and david
from blujeans-uk :
Ah don't worry about the nap thing - I've recently perfected the technique of the between-lectures mini-nap! You know, those times when they give you a 15 minute break? I can fall asleep and usually manage to wake up when they start talking again. Genius. Naps rule.
from kate-lee :
Ta muchly! I shall now start having a footle through your diary. Or I might start later, seeing as I haven't had a shower yet. Doubt you'd want a smelly person rifling through your thoughts. xxxx
from buffylass :
Hello, sending you a random hug because you're just lovely xx
from blujeans-uk :
Hey lovely, the video thing on your diary isn't working! Boo :-(
from buffylass :
Hello chicken, lovely that you're updating again. I'll email you this afternoon once I get back from my rubbishy Cancer Biology lecture. Love you xx
from blujeans-uk :
If you feel it again, calm down, sit down and get your head low. Then if you do faint you won't hit it on anything.
from blujeans-uk :
You nearly fainted. Simple as that :) You were working hard, semi-sitting down, then I take it you stood up to get off the machine? Your blood pressure dropped off and your brain went 'uh-oh, blood pressure dropping, send blood to important places (like brain) and shut off from not so important places (like eyes and ears)' so everything went fuzzy and muffled. You didn't have an aura migraine if there was no headache, and you would have felt drained afterwards and not been able to go swimming. Havent heard from you in a while, hope everything's ok (apart from the Tim stuff)
from anibananie :
Dip Dabs are everywhere since I had one yesterday!!!
from blujeans-uk :
hey you, hope you're ok, not heard from you for aaaaaaaaages (although that is partly my fault for not ringing.) speak to you soon chum xxx
from buffylass :
sending you endless love and hugs xxx
from zanks :
Hey, sorry about your Nanna. But don't regret never having the chance to say goodbye, because she still watches over you all and she will be upset that you carry regrets. Never regret anything, ever, because it only weighs you down. Be happy that she still watches over you and think about the day when you will get to see her again. If you ever need me I'm here... Meg XXX
from clairecav :
Aww, I'm so sorry about your Nanna :(
from blujeans-uk :
hey cheer up bud, you're never second best to anyone, you're the most beautiful, witty, fantastic girl in the world so never let anybody make you feel inadequate, ok?
from hairyponies :
Hey, your diary sure is popular! It should be though, it makes a great read. Thanks for signing my questbook, I only just noticed that you did because I havn't been online for so long. Love reading your entries, Toni. xxxx
from keep-digging :
your diary's awesome. some extremely funny anecdotes or whatever they're called. imma add you if that's alright?
from breadisdead :
*HIGH FIVE* thanks for the nice message :)
from onesweetyear :
merry christmas
from clairecav :
Incense! Must be very clever, your friend(!) I think people falling over is hilarious (maybe that's just me being mean though!). My godmother was once at our house and got so drunk she fell off the doorstep when she wa sopening the door. Very funny. She broke her ankle or something.
from no-regretz :
I LOVE reading your diary :) haha i will add you to my buddies
from leirdalag :
howdy lil' lady, thanks for a great weekend, hope you write about it coz my entry really does not do it justice. love ya!
from leirdalag :
boyfriend? BOYFRIEND?!
from brenalmighty :
I'm from the city, technically St Anns but actually the city. No really! it's not St Anns. Sorry am I getting defensive? Planning to move to Kimberley fairly soonish though.
from brenalmighty :
The corporate fu thing came from your Fourbucks starbucks pic on your layout, very cool. Which area of Notts are you from?
from clairecav :
Hi, it's me again! Thanx for the note! WAHOO for you for serving someone *famous* (*ahem ahem* The whole world does not watch Hollyoaks and I don't have a clue who you are talking about, lolz, no matterz tho)!!! Do you really hate exclamation marks?!?!?! I thought that was humanly impossible!?!? Well TTFN!!!
from clairecav :
Luv ur diary! You definitely have a funny way of putting things. =D keep up the good work - bytheway congrats on ur results!!! I would have died if my dad cried!
from brenalmighty :
Oooh I lurrrve your layout, big hugs. Hope you don't mind if I read on.
from leirdalag :
scuuuuuuse me! have you forgotten about the little visit from your bud huh? (14th august entry)
from silly-moose :
Emma! You're leaving us! Well you have my address so please keep in touch and keep updating. Have a fantastic time, I'm sure you will with all that sea and sand and sun and stuff. Bye bye xx
from buffylass :
a dinner lady defence line, hee! imagine how ramadam would have dealt with the situation... one word from ramadam's lips and they'd have scurried back to the kitchens and hid in the ovens. talk to you soon xx
from silly-moose :
Hahaha I had those forwards too! I think I may have to start blocking certain people if they keep filling up my inbox with crap. You feel all popular and loved when "you have 5 new email messages" flashes up, then get all bitter and disappointed when you realise that 20 other people have that message too. And it's misspelt. (Is that how you spell 'misspelt'?) Anyway, ne panique pas about the exams, I'm sure you'll have done well. I've done bugger all Chem revision so here's to asking for God for Kirksty's brain....See you soon xxx
from buffylass :
*sends you a huge hug* cheer up chicky, everything always turns out okay in the end, you'll see. love hol xxx
from ramychan :
Hi there! I LOVE your new layout! :) Exams...I feel your pain. LOL Good luck! P.S. I don't know if you've read my diary recently or not, but Jonathan hasn't called me for five days now! :( I should call him, but I don't know what to say. I've decided to leave it up to the powers that be. :)
from silly-moose :
Wow, I love the layout Emma! Is brill! Totally sympathising with the boringness that was General Studies, obviously as I was there! I ranted about green cars and the danger that is the internet. Total hypocrite, I know. I think if you don't get an A for the "99.9% sure" quote you should kick the examiner's ass. Or I will :) See you in the next installment of fun that is GS!
from onesweetyear :
Hi Emma! I have a new diary! Hope you like it. Start at the beginning. : )
from ramychan :
Hello, Emma! Thank you for leaving me a note! (My first one! ^-^) Thank you for the kind words. You sound like a very nice person. I added you to my favorites list as well! Nice to meet you! ^^
from flufflebunny :
hi, thanx for leaving me a note. Cool diary btw - jealous of the fact that you have more entries than me (darn brain making everything a competition!)...MUST ADD MORE ENTRIES!!! lol :)
from wesley1983 :
Hmmm. Which facial expression to wear in the hairdressers? I personally prefer the far-away look, where you just sit there and gaze into the mirror as if it goes on forever (this is particularly effective if your back is towards the street and you can watch all the people go by). Of course, another one to try is to stair into your own eyes, which is perfectly safe, since no one else will see where your eyes are focussed because they are looking from a different angle. If you're really desparate, you could even stair into the reflection of your hairdresser's eyes, but of course, they will see exactly where you are looking then... Going off the point a bit here, but have you ever noticed how much better your face looks in a the mirror in the salon than it does when you get home again? I've never really worked that one out though.
from onlyinpink :
My dad said, "you are a lovely girl Emma", and I said, "so are you Dad..." LOL Hey you just saying hi Hope your ok love Jodie
from kellyanne :
I have a fan?lol How cool is that..your probably my first and my last lol...Umm I'm 15 and from this tiny little city in Pennsylvania called Wilkes-Barre...it's a pretty boring place so maybe that's why I'm always so bored...Btw...I was reading some of your entries and I guess I'm your fan too now!!! =) Kelly
from carpediemgem :
In response to your rhetorical question, I can confirm that "sadder" is, indeed, a word. I researched it in my Collins Gem English Dictionary for you.
from x-kitty66-x :
Hmm, neat diary. Hmm, am I disturbing you if I said ," You want to go eat Sketti-o's with my frrrrrrrieeeeeeennnnnnnddddssss?
from gourmetscum :
flip-flops are the devil incarnate. when they became the new fad at school, the sound of sliding plastic/rubber/some sort of alien life force would drown out people talking and laughing. it drove me insane.
from skatermonkey :
And don't give me that tripe about me never e-mailing you because you know I'm a fucking lazy-ass American! (Not to be confused with industrious, hard-working Canadians! *salutes his flag)! --Greg
from skatermonkey :
hey emmy! I'm still alive. YOu never e-mail. I hear from lozz every now and then. So much has happened in my life! YOu should actually take the time to mail me you hoser... Bloody rude english-people! ;). I joined the Air Force! Weeee! You're diary's more exciting than mine...but then again you're a girl! :P --Greg
from t0m2002 :
that dictionary thing sent me cross eyed! check out this http://tomsworlduk.digitalrice.com/ninja.htm
from skatermonkey :
Hehehe :P I read your thing? Is that jeff guy really old or something? Or am I just a monkey? Anyways I left a longer note on my diary for you and shozz (sp?)
from skatermonkey :
hey Emmy! (Wierd Girl in Sixth Form) Whatever the fuck sixth form is, but nevertheless :P That's a comical image of you staring at him through the window with the plastering face...and....anyways. You never e-mail me anymore *pouts* Imma cwy!!! --Greg

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