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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Ofc the proof would have to be delivered another time eh? Typical. Mate, to each their own - if you enjoy living a fantasy, go wild.


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    When I'm out, what do you expect me to do? Magic some proof out of thin air?
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    (Original post by HarryD97)
    When I'm out, what do you expect me to do? Magic some proof out of thin air?
    What proof can you even provide?


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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    What proof can you even provide?


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    I'm also curious since OP is a total liar.
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    (Original post by HarryD97)
    I don't think one understands. By applying internally, I don't mean applying to the university internally but having a mock selection at school. So I applied for all of those on an Eton form. Then teachers help you narrow it down to just a few for your UCAS form.
    I don't think one understands?! Why do you use contraction and then grammatically refer using the 'royal one'?
    Secondly why teacher and not beaks anymore? Have you dumbed it down for us peasants?
    Its rather inconsistent, I suspect ones actual beak is growing by the second.
    This is hilarious if nothing else, you've made us all piss ourselves laughing! Well done chief!
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    And still only a third of them.
    If that statistic is true then there are A LOT of them.
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    (Original post by KingLhasaApso)
    I don't think one understands?! Why do you use contraction and then grammatically refer using the 'royal one'?
    Secondly why teacher and not beaks anymore? Have you dumbed it down for us peasants?
    Its rather inconsistent, I suspect ones actual beak is growing by the second.
    This is hilarious if nothing else, you've made us all piss ourselves laughing! Well done chief!
    I used the word 'teacher' as people did not understand the term 'beak!' It's not that hard to understand.
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    (Original post by HarryD97)
    I used the word 'teacher' as people did not understand the term 'beak!' It's not that hard to understand.
    Still waiting for the evidence?


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    (Original post by KingLhasaApso)
    I don't think one understands?! Why do you use contraction and then grammatically refer using the 'royal one'?
    Secondly why teacher and not beaks anymore? Have you dumbed it down for us peasants?
    Its rather inconsistent, I suspect ones actual beak is growing by the second.
    This is hilarious if nothing else, you've made us all piss ourselves laughing! Well done chief!
    I like how he's trying to act so polite and respectful despite the torrent of suspicion coming his way
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    I like how he's trying to act so polite and respectful despite the torrent of suspicion coming his way
    As I expected, OP couldn't provide the evidence he claimed he could


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    (Original post by HarryD97)
    I used the word 'teacher' as people did not understand the term 'beak!' It's not that hard to understand.
    Er yes they did. You used the word beak, the peasants asked what a beak was, you explained it meant teacher. Now the peasants understand, you continued to use beak, then changed mid convo because allegedly 'one' does not understand. So I was right you did dumb it down for the peassys! Also wheres the proof? the peasants are waiting with breath that is bated.


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    What A levels do you study? And have you ever even met a poor person?
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    Do you refer to people as peasants? How much do your parents earn?
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    Christ sake guys, you scared the poor () guy off!
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    I would've liked to stay in a public school as I've been to them my whole life (HSOG in Scotland) but my parents want me to go to a state school for sixth form which, although I have nothing in particular against, is still not the wisest of decisions in my opinion. I'll just have to see how it turns out..

    How do you feel Eton differs from other public schools up in the ranks?
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    Hey i am applying to eton for sixth form entry. Do you have any tips or do you anything about the application process, like what should I write in my PS, or what are the exams gonna be like, what about the interviews? HELP PLEASE
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    are you a wet bob ?
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    Do you think that the idea of a better education based purely on the ability to pay fees is moral? considering the per year cost seems to be far more than the average brit even earns for the entire year.
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    Are you virgin?
 
 
 
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