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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Yr 10, 5 mins, telling off or maybe detention, maybe they'll bother to notify your folks if that's what you're worried about, maybe they'll exclude you, maybe they'll arrest you! :eek:
    The possibilities are endless, it was nice knowing ya mate



    Awwww. Your mum would be so proud.
    Why would she be proud? :confused:
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    (Original post by chikane)
    Didn't understand a word of what you just wrote I think you shouldn't leave your English class early the last 5 minutes could help you with your writing.
    Absolute savage.

    But on the topic of writing, at least OP can use commas.
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    (Original post by 50dkpminus)
    Yer i dont think itll be bad its just all the stuff iv done in the past and my parents will be pissed
    Don't worry, what tf would they do to u tho? Just for leaving 5 mins earlier!? what's 5 mins going to do to ur life?
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    Worst case they give you a small exclusion , less than 5 days, so you can't appeal it... 5 mins is nothing really and if they go for anything more than 5 days, or it might be 3, you can appeal it and anyone with half a brain, would see it's not much of a crime.

    Also me and some friends used to walk out of school, via a broken 6th building or just run out of school when a teacher opened the front gate, in year 11, to bunk PE ( which was a ****ing joke after they put us in sets and made us do netball and other horrible sports ), we were rarely caught and when someone was, we were just told off, though we had a great head of year, who knew most of us just hated the joke that was set PE and werent bad kids really.

    Honestly 5 mins is nothing, worse they can do is the above, but im pretty sure they wont do much, or just call your parent/meet up with them.
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Why would she be proud? :confused:
    That you're dedicating your free time to your education, duh
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    That you're dedicating your free time to your education, duh
    Well if I don't turn up, I can be slapped with a detention or a bad attendance record so yeah she would be proud.
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    omg you shouldnt have done that! now they'll get in touch with the council and fine your parents around £200 for leaving school early, and if your parents fail to do that then you'll be suspended from school, and you cant do your gcse for another 5 years. that was very silly of you
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Well if I don't turn up, I can be slapped with a detention or a bad attendance record so yeah she would be proud.
    Well you are turning up. And you don't strike me as the type to do something so damn foolish.

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    omg you shouldnt have done that! now they'll get in touch with the council and fine your parents around £200 for leaving school early, and if your parents fail to do that then you'll be suspended from school, and you cant do your gcse for another 5 years. that was very silly of you
    And then he'll lead a life of crime and become a crackhead tramp. All for being truant. For 5minutes.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Well you are turning up. And you don't strike me as the type to do something so damn foolish.



    And then he'll lead a life of crime and become a crackhead tramp. All for being truant. For 5minutes.
    One time I skipped my English lesson in year 11 and stupid me stayed downstairs in the English block while my teacher was teaching upstairs!
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    One time I skipped my English lesson in year 11 and stupid me stayed downstairs in the English block while my teacher was teaching upstairs!
    Lmao don't think I've ever skipped to still be on campus
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Lmao don't think I've ever skipped to still be on campus
    See if I went home, my mum would flip and send me back. :lol: sometimes in sixth form I've slipped those times where you are in tutor/registration period to go eat breakfast with my friends at the nearby restaurant
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    (Original post by 50dkpminus)
    so me and my friends started walking up the pathway to the gate like 5 minutes before 3 o clock (end) and our 2nd headteacher type guy caught us halfway up the path. Shouted from the other side of school. So we got talked to and our head of year said well get an hour, but the guy said well talk about it on monday some "process" or something. There was 4 of us. Whats the punishment we will most likely get?
    Me and another guy was with 2 others that usually skive and sometimes get caught,But usually if theres a group and they did the same thing, they get punished the same. They said theyd call our parents too and 2 of the guys lied about not having a detention as theyre reason
    Whos gonna helpyou here mate, you spaz?
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    omg you shouldnt have done that! now they'll get in touch with the council and fine your parents around £200 for leaving school early, and if your parents fail to do that then you'll be suspended from school, and you cant do your gcse for another 5 years. that was very silly of you
    Look at u r u serious asian?! are you high or just MAD. Fines like this wont happen
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    See if I went home, my mum would flip and send me back. :lol: sometimes in sixth form I've slipped those times where you are in tutor/registration period to go eat breakfast with my friends at the nearby restaurant
    Your mum's home while school is still in session? Yea don't see the point in going home but I've rarely bunked off to go home lol
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    (Original post by Callum11999)
    Look at u r u serious asian?! are you high or just MAD. Fines like this wont happen
    Lmao bt that poster normally gasses people up, he's just taking the piss ini mate chill
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Your mum's home while school is still in session? Yea don't see the point in going home but I've rarely bunked off to go home lol
    She's a housewife lol but I don't bunk off school anymore, I like to have perfect attendance
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Lmao bt that poster normally gasses people up, he's just taking the piss ini mate chill
    what you tryina start, a gang war batty man?
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    She's a housewife lol but I don't bunk off school anymore, I like to have perfect attendance
    Yeaa so it brings us back full circle to her being proud of ya. That's a good thing. And it makes one of us who has a proud mum...that being you.
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    (Original post by Callum11999)
    what you tryina start, a gang war batty man?
    You what? I'm just telling you how the "asian" boy talks ini. Join and then give it large already, I see.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Yeaa so it brings us back full circle to her being proud of ya. That's a good thing. And it makes one of us who has a proud mum...that being you.
    She's not always proud of me, recently she's said how I should fail and give up
 
 
 
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