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    We had our yr 10 formal last night, it was GOOD :D

    i would post up some pics, but i forgot to take my camera so i'll have to try get copies from my friends

    It was a great night, the food was ok, but our half of the room got ours a half hour later than the other half (the ovewr broke down, aparently), the dancing was good

    didn't get home will about 1

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    Why so early gettin' home? :confused:


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    i didn't go to any after parties

    in true wog style, they rocked up in 2 white stretch limos, i wonder what they'll rock up in for the yr 12 formal :\

    duringone fo the songs, most of the guys got up and created a small mosh pit kinda thing on the dance floor and one of the wogs ended up with a black eye after someone accidentally elbowed him in the eye (during the mosh pit thing)

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    Glad to hear you enjoyed yourself Andy
    *was the elbow accidently on purpose?*:laugh:
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    quite you ;) :p

    yep, i had a ball

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    Is a yr 10 formal the same as what we would call in the States a "class reunion"? That being a dinner and dance gathering of people from the same graduating class done periodically.

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    never mind reunions - I think Andy's still in his 10th year at school isn't he?

    I think it's more like a Junior Prom

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    Yeah it's a practise run two years before the real thing. ;)

    Decades back when I went to school that was the major leaving year as few did the extra two years back then as it wasn't a requirement for a job. :)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    RDR, you are right on the money :thumb:

    wiggo, is that what it was like back in the 40's? :p

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    the music was better..........jobs easier to find............and parents knew a lot less than we do now : peace:
    PS Andy...........you are about 30 years out there lol

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