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Would you travel over an hour just to get to sixth form? watch


    I'd like to say no, but I actually did, over an hour in both ways FFS.

    My mama as lovely as she is convinced me it was a top school, but in reality most of the stuff I learned in sixth form was from the text books, so I should just have gone to school closer to home rather than sticking it out despite how much I hated it.

    My journey to uni is 2hours+ each way and I commute!

    (Original post by TheGreatImposter)
    Yeah but my "naps" would turn into hours and I can't exactly sleep on public transport
    Amateur :unimpressed:

    (Original post by ravioliyears)
    Haha lol ikr! Whats annoying is that I only get 10 mins because half way through there are annoying high school kids who love taking the piss and keep pressing the button to open the doors. Gosh I feel like hitting them lol. But I get the strange looks anyway - either because of my loud rock music or the fact that they can't get enough of my beautiful face :rollseyes: :rollseyes: lool XP
    I stay after school to go to the library just to avoid kids, or walk for 30min to a different bus stop (since theres 3 school, and a uni nearby and we all get on the same buses, which is chaotic).

    During the morning I go sixth form even more earlier. I love peaceful mornings, and would go to great lengths to achieve it
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