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There's a storm in my teacup!

Well, in my dollar store mug.

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Mmm, work.
I slept, I woke, I worked again. Work was fun, I watched lots of films at work with Astrid, and I planned to see Matrix Revolutions with her and Trudi and other friends of theirs tomorrow, which sounds like a good-bad thing. The twins weren't pleased with the end result of the film, but said some parts were funny, at least.

It's odd. I'm essentially acting manager at that place right now for a fortnight, and in a way I'm able to think of things to do for everyone, but I know the other two main co-workers could try to shirk responsibility during this time. While the cat's away, and all that.

But what better way is there to try to weasel a pay rise out of the shop owner, than if we all do our job well? Given when I came into work today the co-worker had internet pages up, had been playing a hockey game, and had got effectively 25 minutes' work done in four hours - I didn't feel too happy with this potentially happening.

My head hurts. I'm having an early night.

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I'm thinking of asking you or John to wake me up when the Neo vs Agent Smith fight comes on at the end. ;) It's a terrible film, but also a terrible film *worth seeing*....if that makes any sense....nah, didn't think so. ;D

Yes, I totally agree, though I can't see it happening to be honest. Fair enought to Tom though, as he's still very new to it all. 25 minutes? That much? ;)

I think you're being harsh.

Yeah, it's not as terrible as you say. Mediocre, but not terrible :P

Oh come on! Believe me, if you see it a second time, it soon gets VERY boring at points. O_O Kill Bill was much much better (and you have to see that with us too!)

I dunno, the film still looked pretty - it was very much a style over substance affair. I could watch bits for the pretty effects, despite me knowing the reasons behind the pretty effects are garbage.

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