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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    Hello Budey,

    If you have more exams today, good luck with them!
    Yes I have Biology today, thanks as always! Have fun at work (or try )
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    Originally as we thought 'she' was called Hayley, assumed they were female.

    I'm not 100% sure, the way they were speaking to me I'd probably assume they were male though...:sly:
    Oh hello there.

    Wasn't everyone basing their assumption of their name on someone on Twitter? I doubt anyone here on TSR actually knew what the hacker was called.

    Judging from the screenshots, I think that's a pretty safe assumption. Either that, or CJ has gone to the extremes to hide a crush on you.


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    Oh hello there.

    Wasn't everyone basing their assumption of their name on someone on Twitter? I doubt anyone here on TSR actually knew what the hacker was called.

    Judging from the screenshots, I think that's a pretty safe assumption. Either that, or CJ has gone to the extremes to hide a crush on you.


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    I think we can all agree that this was just CJ's way of revealing his feelings towards me. :love:

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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    I think we can all agree that this was just CJ's way of revealing his feelings towards me. :love:
    Best way of asking someone out for a Skype date ever. No one knows whether its actually him and he can simultaneously troll 1.1 million members.

    Well, did you accept?




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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    Best way of asking someone out for a Skype date ever. No one knows whether its actually him and he can simultaneously troll 1.1 million members.

    Well did you accept?




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    I am almost certain, it wasn't actually CJ. :cute:

    I declined, we just cybered via PM instead.

    He explained to me what coding he used in details and everything,, filthy lad... :coma:
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    I am almost certain, it wasn't actually CJ. :cute:

    I declined, we just cybered via PM instead.

    He explained to me what coding he used in details and everything,, filthy lad... :coma:
    Admirers can come from the most unlikely of places...

    Dirty! Did he tell you about the power and scale of his 'vectoring script'? :mmm:


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    Admirers can come from the most unlikely of places...

    Dirty! Did he tell you about the power and scale of his 'vectoring script'? :mmm:


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    This is true, but it's extremely unlikely that it was CJ. :mmm:

    Of course he did, he's a filthy dawg. :sexface:
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    This is true, but it's extremely unlikely that it was CJ. :mmm:

    Of course he did, he's a filthy dawg. :sexface:
    It was extremely unlikely this forum would be hacked.

    “My love is like a loop without the increment operator— infinitive, non-terminating, and dificult to stop once it starts running.” :mmm:


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    Hmm, I'm feeling quite good about physics today
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    Did anyone sit the AQA Level 1/2 Physics today?


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    half term :woo:
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    Hmm, I'm feeling quite good about physics today
    Same, easier than Chemistry by quite a way in my opinion.

    Stupidly high boundaries are sure to follow...
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    Same, easier than Chemistry by quite a way in my opinion.

    Stupidly high boundaries are sure to follow...
    Which exam board did you sit?


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    Which exam board did you sit?


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    AQA- p3
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    Hahahahahaha that English exam was so god damn easy :lol: :facepalm2: Extract questions were naturally easy, then two "Imagine you are <character>..." questions :mmm: No quotation required :awesome: I actually only did one of them, and used like two quotes in a question about the power of friendship in About a Boy

    Critical Thinking was also enjoyable. EngLit and CritThink clashed so my friends and I got to hang out for 2 hours between them

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    :awesome:
    And how did you do?
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    (Original post by Jina)
    You can talk your way through English! English is your forte... :/


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    :lol: Language is my forte, not English specifically, and only in use, not necessarily in analytical literature :mmm:

    My friend, however, did mention that quotations weren't necessarily required (our teacher gave him an A* for a piece of work with a single quote). I've always used them to be safe, but I did find it a bit odd that quotes were explicitly required at GCSE but no higher than that (I'm pretty sure nobody uses quotation marks for every point they make at A Level/degree standard ). I figured that it was just a demeaning way of making it easy for what the exam board saw as morons, but I'm not actually sure it is required anymore :lol:
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    Okay, I sat a different one and found it difficult so started to panic :lol:


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    Okay, I sat a different one and found it difficult so started to panic :lol:


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    Sorry, what was yours?
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    English wasn't too bad!

    Those who done WJEC about a boy... iii was a nice question! Used my history skills:mmm:
 
 
 
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