How are you feeling right now? MKIII

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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    uncle!
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    we all still mimic our role model's behaviour
    Yes, because parents/other elders are the obvious role models for the average teenager. :rolleyes:

    Try harder next time. :hand:

    chachu
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    you cannot :talkhand:
    I wont let you :unimpressed:
    Try and stop me.
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    Tired
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    Can september just ****ing hurry up pls.
    I have had enough:cry::cry:
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    Oh no Does anyone remember that Harry Potter site, Pottermore? Something made me remember it before and I thought I could go a bit further in the story, so I went on it only to find it's completely changed. I am very disappointed.



    I had a really eventful night at work last night:

    1. We have these once-per-month huddle sheets and this month's was written awfully so in my last shift, I went over it with my red pen Then young C, my sometimes fave supervisor, took a picture of it and sent it to old C who'd written it So I strolled into old C when I got to work yesterday and I started grinning shyly because he was looking at me funnily! He beckoned me over and I was really hesitant cos I thought he would be angry, but he was like "nooo you're not in trouble" and then.... he told me he is writing a play and wanted me to look at it and do the same thing that I'd done to the huddle sheet! Cos "you want to be a teacher yeah so you like marking things yeah it makes sense" he said:rofl: I was very surprised!! I said OK so he asked for my email and said he'd send it to me next week:rofl: It was SO random and I couldn't stop giggling for ages afterwards!! REALLY surprised.:zomg:

    2. Secondly, I was tidying up the tills down the end and this young indian lad comes up to me. And he got really close to me.:indiff: I had to step back a few steps cos he was leaning in so much.:indiff: Then he asked what time the shop closed that day so I had a bit of a moment trying to remember what day it was... I was like "ummm err what day is it...oh yes Friday, ermm we're open 24 hours tonight:bigsmile:-" but just as I was finishing my sentence, he cut in with "AND CAN I HAVE YOUR NUMBER???" :rofl::zomg:
    Honestly, TSR. Honestly, I cannot tell you how awkward it was. I just gawked and grinned and giggled and shook my head. He went, "oh...no? No?" And I went "ermm no soz". Then there was a silence and I was thinking about saying I had a boyfriend, just to make him back off, but I hate lying...:erm: So he said again "..your number? Can I have...?" and I sook my head again, backing away. Then he PUT HIS HAND OUT for me to shake and I went, "errrmm no" and just looked at it.:blushing::indiff: Then he went, "Oh...ermm...fist bump?" and extended his fist:indiff::indiff: I was cringing so much and just gave him a fist bump in the hope it would make him go:cry2: He did go then, back to his friends, and I was so embarrassed for ages afterwards.
    I have this amazing ability to make every single social thing very awkward.
    3. Thirdly, I had a funny miming moment with a lady through the window outside:rofl: I had to mime to her that this entrance was shut but the one around the back of the shop wasn't and she'd have to walk round. It was some very funny sign language going on there.:giggle: Reminded me of that doctor who episode when the Doctor and Donna are miming to each other through the windows.:rofl:
    4. I saw the headmistress of my school there, but luckily I don't think she saw me!!

    :sleep:
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    Content. :proud:
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    Man's in a dilemma.[s:argh:

    Please I am grasping my handstogether asking Alaah, Buddha, Gandhi or Guru Nanak to help man in his time of desperate need.

    Man's stuck between a rock and a hard place like Patrick.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
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    EXCUSE MEEEEE :zomg: you cant do this! you have no sharam :noway:

    Yes, because parents/other elders are the obvious role models for the average teenager. :rolleyes:

    Try harder next time. :hand:
    nooooo i am not talking about parents! well it can be any role model, celeb, player, TSRian :mmm:

    :slap:
    you need to stop bullying me like this :unimpressed:
    its highly inappropriate to raise your hand on an innocent girl :innocent:

    Try and stop me.
    STOP
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    First public exhibition complete
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    (Original post by aamirac)
    What's wrong? :console: :hugs:
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    (Original post by aamirac)
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    What's wrong? :console: :hugs:
    Oh just failing everything I've worked for. (yay life rn)

    (Original post by iEthan)
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    Horribly low. Tried to nap but couldn't settle.
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    (Original post by aamirac)
    Oh just failing everything I've worked for. (yay life rn)
    I know how that feels - if it's about exams, just keep in mind that they're done now and focus on the future. Also, since you're doing the reformed A Levels, the ones you've done this year don't count towards your final grade anyway.

    (Original post by Airmed)
    Horribly low. Tried to nap but couldn't settle.
    Insomnia? :hugs: :dancing:
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    Frustrated, annoyed and i've given on school.
    Computer science will be the end of me
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    I know how that feels - if it's about exams, just keep in mind that they're done now and focus on the future. Also, since you're doing the reformed A Levels, the ones you've done this year don't count towards your final grade anyway.
    Oh I know that. But it means that I might not even be able to carry on to next year and my predicted grades will be low, therefore no uni. :/
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    (Original post by aamirac)
    Oh I know that. But it means that I might not even be able to carry on to next year and my predicted grades will be low, therefore no uni. :/
    With regards to uni - you can always take a gap year if necessary (though apply anyway). And don't write yourself off so soon. Results day could find you pleasantly surprised. :rave:

    Just relax for now, and worry about this stuff if and when it materialises as a definite problem. :penguinhug:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    With regards to uni - you can always take a gap year if necessary (though apply anyway). And don't write yourself off so soon. Results day could find you pleasantly surprised. :rave:

    Just relax for now, and worry about this stuff if and when it materialises as a definite problem. :penguinhug:
    Oh I already know I failed one of them. For definite. I can't rest. I have to carry on. No matter how tired I feel, I have to keep going.
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    (Original post by aamirac)
    Oh I already know I failed one of them. For definite. I can't rest. I have to carry on. No matter how tired I feel, I have to keep going.
    Even if you're right, it's only one exam and it won't even count if you apply with good achieved results next year.

    Often, working more while highly stressed can reduce your performance - it's one of those counterintuitive things.

    Anyway, just try to feel better. :jumphug:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Even if you're right, it's only one exam and it won't even count if you apply with good achieved results next year.

    Often, working more while highly stressed can reduce your performance - it's one of those counterintuitive things.

    Anyway, just try to feel better. :jumphug:
    That's very true. I'm just concerned that I won't be able to carry it on next year.

    I know, I just hate disappointing people.

    Thanks Hydey!
 
 
 
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