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Wednesday, May 14

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Ok, so today was my Criminal Law exam. Criminal is my favourite of the 4 subjects I do, so it got the most attention revision-wise. The exam went a whole lot better than yesterday's, which isn't particularly difficult. There was no chaos at the start, and everything seemed to go smoothly. I even had a couple of questions on the topics I'd looked at in great detail. Result. I think I've done quite well in this one, which generally is a cue for my results in it to be awful. Find out in July, faithful readers...

Seeing as I have a day off from exams tomorrow, I felt justified in popping up to the Student Union Bar (Waterfront) for a quick bevvy. Just the one pint, I'm impressed with my willpower. Then I was chatting to Cara on the tube going home, mostly about any plans we had regarding where to live next year. I like talking to Cara, she's very attentive and a good listener. Plus she has some great little insights into life and everything. And she used the word "Scuzzhole" to describe her home town, which I'm very impressed with. "Scuzzhole." Tee-Hee

I was just about to go into Sainsbury's earlier (a supermarket, or "grocery store" for you linguistically awkward Americans), when I almost burst out laughing. A couple of young kids (a boy and a girl) were playing at the bottom of the escalators, doing the classic thing of trying to make it stop by pushing the handrail back up, failing miserably. As I came off the escalator and turned to go into Sainsbury's, a woman (who looked as rough as you like) shouted "Angel, you're grounded when you get home!" It made me laugh on the inside so much that these rough parents, who talk with a really common, cockney accent, name their kids things like Angel, or Petal. You know the types. Made me smile, at any rate.

Caught the bus home from the supermarket, and as I went to get off, I noticed Wednesday Morning / Holly Valance girl. This is a long story, which I will explain someday, but suffice it to say that she's the most beautiful person you could ever hope to see. It was all I could do to stop staring at her whilst we walked back to our halls. She lives in the same building I do, but I have no idea who she is. I followed her up a couple of flights of stairs, but didn't dare once look at her bum. I always, always have at least a glance if I'm following a pretty lady up the stairs, but in this case I was petrified she'd catch me. Mmmmmm, Wednesday Morning / Holly Valance girl.....

As a parting note, a quick "buenos dias, que tal?" to the reader who translated this page into Spanish. My stats tell me everything, you know. Mwahahaha (That was an evil cackle, not my hands having a convulsion on the keyboard)

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