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15 minutes ago, TheWaters said:

This your way of saying you’re a big Smiths fan? ;) 

I love The Smiths and indeed, some of Morrissey's solo stuff is outstanding too. I've never really viewed him as a particularly nice guy anyway but I'll be damned if I Know It's Over stops kicking me in the balls and punching me in the gut every time I hear it.

Also the singer of the band in my avatar is a Trump supporter but again he's always been known to be a bit of a dick anyway. Siamese Dream will always be one of the GOATs though.

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51 minutes ago, VCK said:

I love The Smiths and indeed, some of Morrissey's solo stuff is outstanding too. I've never really viewed him as a particularly nice guy anyway but I'll be damned if I Know It's Over stops kicking me in the balls and punching me in the gut every time I hear it.

Also the singer of the band in my avatar is a Trump supporter but again he's always been known to be a bit of a dick anyway. Siamese Dream will always be one of the GOATs though.

I know it's over is a great song.

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20 minutes ago, thewayiam said:

I know it's over is a great song.

"And as I climb into an empty bed"

"But in my heart it was so real"

"Then why are you on your own tonight?"

"With your triumphs and your charms, while they're in each other's arms"

:( Every line just cuts deep, and the message is something I'm sure we've all felt in the past. I know I certainly have on a few occasions.

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7 minutes ago, VCK said:

"And as I climb into an empty bed"

"But in my heart it was so real"

"Then why are you on your own tonight?"

"With your triumphs and your charms, while they're in each other's arms"

:( Every line just cuts deep, and the message is something I'm sure we've all felt in the past. I know I certainly have on a few occasions.

I too am not the biggest fan of Morrissey but I love a lot of The Smiths stuff.

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12 minutes ago, Dim Sum said:

Does anyone else this £235 is a little much for those headliners?

QOTSA + Catfish + Disclosure + Post Malone = RATM

Okay obviously RATM are absolutely insane but from the price point of view that's got to be worth it right? 

Also if ppl think those 4 headliners are just 'glorified subs' all 4 of them are considerably bigger than Migos, Gerry & Courteeners - all of whom could very easily still be on the lineup too.

EDIT: In short, my point is for the same price as 2020 this lineup is much bigger so far 

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29 minutes ago, Gerard the Fab said:

Very tempted to buy Glasgow tickets coz that’s my number 1 uni choice but then I’d have to get into it

good uni what you going to study?

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13 minutes ago, sacred shape said:

Defo do the Maths option - way more flexible and employable once you've graduated (coming from someone who graduated recently)

I mean it’s an option but I did like the other one more, Maths is harder to get into(not that I won’t put the effort in) and there feels like less overlap between those two 

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7 minutes ago, Gerard the Fab said:

I mean it’s an option but I did like the other one more, Maths is harder to get into(not that I won’t put the effort in) and there feels like less overlap between those two 

Best advise I can give you is don't worry to much about your degree and future jobs. I studied Accounting an Economics at Durham (KPMG) Uni graduated qualified as a chartered accountant and now at the age of 25 im going back to uni on saturday do study paramedic science. You don't have to decide your future at such a young age Do a degree in something you would enjoy!!!

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2 hours ago, WhoOdyssey said:

beabadoobee's announced a UK tour today, might give an indication of how far up she'd play

 

That’s awesome that she’s jumped to the Forum and other bigger venues. I think she plays second on one of the Main Stages. 

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51 minutes ago, Gerard the Fab said:

I mean it’s an option but I did like the other one more, Maths is harder to get into(not that I won’t put the effort in) and there feels like less overlap between those two 

Geography is a fun degree. I did mine with Business Studies, lot’s of overlap. Make sure you enjoy it.

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1 hour ago, SDSM said:

Best advise I can give you is don't worry to much about your degree and future jobs. I studied Accounting an Economics at Durham (KPMG) Uni graduated qualified as a chartered accountant and now at the age of 25 im going back to uni on saturday do study paramedic science. You don't have to decide your future at such a young age Do a degree in something you would enjoy!!!

Cheers, Geography’s definitely my favourite subject so that’s good

19 minutes ago, Bisque said:

Geography is a fun degree. I did mine with Business Studies, lot’s of overlap. Make sure you enjoy it.

Yeah exactly I think the overlap will help

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