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    Why will it be boring? You don't know what you're doing yet? :rolleyes:
    Yes I do! Well I know my subjects for tomorrow and I have: RE, Maths, Geography, English and Science!
    That's has got to be the worst day ever!!!


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    Waking up won't be fine



    No, why?
    I agree waking up sucks

    This really talentless and arrogant woman progressed through the auditions :laugh:
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    (Original post by Gooeychocolate)
    Yes I do! Well I know my subjects for tomorrow and I have: RE, Maths, Geography, English and Science!
    That's has got to be the worst day ever!!!


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    Maths and science is good imo. I mean you don't know what you're doing in the lessons. Geography may just be watching an education video. :yep:
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    Maths and science is good imo. I mean you don't know what you're doing in the lessons. Geography may just be watching an education video. :yep:
    Very unlikely! The teacher I have for Geography this year doesn't know how to use the smart board or computer so she just uses the whiteboard! She wears her glasses right at the tip of her nose! One time they fell in the bin 😂😂


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    I agree waking up sucks

    This really talentless and arrogant woman progressed through the auditions :laugh:
    You don't have to wake up until 9am tomorrow, whereas I have to wake up at 7am.

    That sounds interesting XD
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    (Original post by PaulHugh)
    You don't have to wake up until 9am tomorrow, whereas I have to wake up at 7am.

    That sounds interesting XD
    Any time below 12 is early.
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    (Original post by Chemister)
    Any time below 12 is early.
    I agree, though two hours can make such a difference.
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    Very unlikely! The teacher I have for Geography this year doesn't know how to use the smart board or computer so she just uses the whiteboard! She wears her glasses right at the tip of her nose! One time they fell in the bin 😂😂
    :lol:
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    (Original post by PaulHugh)
    I agree, though two hours can make such a difference.
    Would you go to bed at the same time if you were able to wake up two hours later?
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    :lol:
    That was too funny! I know I'm so late but what year are you in again 12 or 13?!


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    Would you go to bed at the same time if you were able to wake up two hours later?
    I reckon so as sleep is so important to me
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    (Original post by Gooeychocolate)
    That was too funny! I know I'm so late but what year are you in again 12 or 13?!
    Year 13.

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    I reckon so as sleep is so important to me
    Yet you appear to go to bed later than me.

    What time do you tend to sleep?
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    Yet you appear to go to bed later than me.

    What time do you tend to sleep?
    12:30 on school days you?
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    Year 13.

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    Ohhhh right! I forgot for a moment... So do you go in to school later on in the day?


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    12:30 on school days you?
    11:30 on school days.

    So I would normally get around 9 hours.
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    Ohhhh right! I forgot for a moment... So do you go in to school later on in the day?
    This is my timetable. :smug:
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    This is my timetable. :smug:
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    11:30 on school days.

    So I would normally get around 9 hours.
    I get about 6 and a half on school days!
 
 
 
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