Neither did i, but i'm sure it'll be useful advice in about 2-3 years that's cool, but I'd only go if you do as well ;3 and you can get special student pricing and fast free delivery on apple products!!!
Probably I'd go with you any day I like Apple products although my I-pod has just broken (RIP) Fact of the day : The chrome box Boots in seconds, has virus protection built-in and thousands of apps. It also backs up your stuff automatically in the cloud. The price is only £279 :P
Woo! how about tomorrow? aww peak timez D: now how will you listen to your music? ;p that's amazing! if only i had £279...
Oh btw, playtime is over, time to get back to work. But don't worry, becuase courswork.info has thousands of essays online right now to inspire you!
Since today is nearly over how about tomorrow instead ? You sound like a chav I can't, it is heart breaking. Playtime? Inspire ? How can you be sure I won't plagiarise? I can't find a new advertisement so ....
Ok then! i know, coz i iz 'ard innit awwww. I'm fairly sure that's why the website exists, but if they said it like that teachers might want to do something about it it's ok, becuase you can win £500 to spend in the House Of Fraser (although terms and conditions apply)... a quick note, i'm guessing it's refering to an shop, not some actual guy called Fraser's house. ;D
I've booked us tickets No. The exam boards use software that detects plagiarism anyway but what about the students work that doesn't get sent off ? It is a shop, a very up market, high end department store, £500 wouldn't get you much. There is always terms and conditions, I probably couldn't enter it because there is an age limit or some restricting procedure
Yay!! I meant for homeworks and stuff, someone who's silly enough to send a completely copied essay in for an exam deserves to fail! ;p ah well I've never heard of it (probably due to the 'up-market' bit).. Yeah it probably has that must be over 18 rubbish -.-
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Well this is a bit awkward isn't it ? Introducing yourself is actually harder than it looks,I'm trying to find something interesting to say but I'm coming up blank so here is some factual information.I'm just coming to the end of my GCSE's and tomorrow I have an English literature retake which I'm meant to be revising for, but procrastinating always looks more appealing. I took 3 exams today and have 11 left until Year 11 is over...finally. Of these 3 exams I'm pretty certain I failed 1 which is depressing because I need the grade.So this was my attempt at introducing my socially inept self, thank you for reading my rants about my exams, it's kind of like therapy. Bye
Hey! I'm also engaged with my college work. I've enough on my plate though I wish to be assiduous student. I only say Keep working hard your problems will dissipate soon and never squander your time. I adore quotations quite a bit. So here are some for you! *"Failure is success if we learn from it".
* "Failure is stepping stone to success." Wish you best of luck for your future!