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    (Original post by bluebookie)
    Thank you :hugs: you're very kind

    My feet are technically above average at my age, which sometimes makes it harder to find shoes. (the sad moment when I ask the worker if they have this is in size 7 and they're no, haha,) you're lucky !
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    have you ever used stepping on someone else's foot as a threat? or is that just me :lol::lol:


    :lol:
    Mine are above average by any account :rofl: But there have been so many occasions where I've been unable to find my shoe size because it had sold out :erm:
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    :lol: No I haven't :angel: I have stepped on people's feet by accident, though
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    waitinggggggggggggggggggggg
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    (Original post by bluebookie)
    oh my, I ..:lol: :lol: i'm laughing way too hard at that

    That's a gold method of discipline, (or threatening, either way works for me)
    I can just imagine the kids running as the smell fills up the house, lmao0o
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    mum
    pls no
    NOT THE SOCKS
    NONONOOONONOO, KEEP THEM ON
    MOTHER
    MOMMY
    MAMA
    PHWOWOOOARGHHHHHH
    :toofunny: I have just pictured that in my head happening about 3 times.
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    (Original post by Indeterminate)


    :lol:
    Mine are above average by any account :rofl: But there have been so many occasions where I've been unable to find my shoe size because it had sold out :erm:
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    :lol: No I haven't :angel: I have stepped on people's feet by accident, though
    That is my struggle as well
    Hardly ever in stock
    But i am size 11 not size 12
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    Certain people are really annoying me, they will get blocked soon. :hand:
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    Can someone please tell me how i can getover a really bad exam i took on thursday, im literally still going over it in my head and i feel like bloody crying every time i think about it ahahahhahaha i think im going mad like wtf and i dunno yh
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Certain people are really annoying me, they will get blocked soon. :hand:
    Dead :rofl:
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    Anxiety happening
    :goodnight:
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    (Original post by Salamandastron)
    Thanks lovely :hugs:
    ik I just feel like jealously is such an evil emotion like majority of the time like if ppl get better grades or something i think 'good for them' but in this case im jealous of how someone lives because im so unhappy in myself atm and can only dream of living like that :/
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    :lol: i spend far too much time on this thread though but thank you :hugs:

    Will answer ur pm in a moment and try to help if i can :lovehug:



    Sorry couldn't help but comment on how adorable that gif is
    I completely understand, happens to everyone :yep: I admit I often experience it myself too. I could go on and on but I wont do that today haha, but I hope you're okay
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    I think I will be too tbh haha
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    (Original post by Salamandastron)
    Anxiety happening
    :goodnight:
    Are you okay? What is it you're thinking about?

    Night
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    (Original post by selenmer)
    Can someone please tell me how i can getover a really bad exam i took on thursday, im literally still going over it in my head and i feel like bloody crying every time i think about it ahahahhahaha i think im going mad like wtf and i dunno yh
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    I know what you mean, bad exams are the worst and it's terrible when it affects how you feel for days after.

    Step one would be to try saying 'no' or kind of blocking out thoughts of the exam in your head. If that doesn't work, distract yourself with other things, be it... playing games or watching football or whatever.

    Also remember that, for most things, exams average out, so one 'bad' performance might not completely screw you over. Also, you never know how many marks/UMS you'll get from the exam. Lastly, worrying about it (as easy as it is to) isn't going to change your grade for the better - to do the best you can, you have to focus on whatever exams you have in the future. It helps to remind yourself about the things you're looking forward to in the future, as well as what you actually need or want from your exams/grades, where you're planning to get to and how much work it takes. And try to get a study pattern going - those really help - and get enough sleep.

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    :console:

    I know what you mean, bad exams are the worst and it's terrible when it affects how you feel for days after.

    Step one would be to try saying 'no' or kind of blocking out thoughts of the exam in your head. If that doesn't work, distract yourself with other things, be it... playing games or watching football or whatever.

    Also remember that, for most things, exams average out, so one 'bad' performance might not completely screw you over. Also, you never know how many marks/UMS you'll get from the exam. Lastly, worrying about it (as easy as it is to) isn't going to change your grade for the better - to do the best you can, you have to focus on whatever exams you have in the future. It helps to remind yourself about the things you're looking forward to in the future, as well as what you actually need or want from your exams/grades, where you're planning to get to and how much work it takes. And try to get a study pattern going - those really help - and get enough sleep.

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    Wow. I didn't even ask the question but its helped me anyway - thank you Sean!
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    (Original post by titfortat)
    Wow

    Wow. I didn't even ask the question but its helped me anyway - thank you Sean!
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    :console:

    I know what you mean, bad exams are the worst and it's terrible when it affects how you feel for days after.

    Step one would be to try saying 'no' or kind of blocking out thoughts of the exam in your head. If that doesn't work, distract yourself with other things, be it... playing games or watching football or whatever.

    Also remember that, for most things, exams average out, so one 'bad' performance might not completely screw you over. Also, you never know how many marks/UMS you'll get from the exam. Lastly, worrying about it (as easy as it is to) isn't going to change your grade for the better - to do the best you can, you have to focus on whatever exams you have in the future. It helps to remind yourself about the things you're looking forward to in the future, as well as what you actually need or want from your exams/grades, where you're planning to get to and how much work it takes. And try to get a study pattern going - those really help - and get enough sleep.

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    Thanks so much for this! I really appreciate your words it's just i flipping worked my butt off for that exam and it just was terrible , and it's kind of frustrating because I know that i need top grades for what I wanna do and then I also think about those stupid teachers who made my life hell this year. I guess i'm also too hard on myself lol , you're completely right about the whole worrying thing, i obviously should just move forward because in the end we will always get to where we wanna be and lol letters on a piece of paper don't define us and yh I should be happy with what I've got anyway.

    Thanks again
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    cba to go school tomorrow :bawling:
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    (Original post by selenmer)
    Thanks so much for this! I really appreciate your words it's just i flipping worked my butt off for that exam and it just was terrible , and it's kind of frustrating because I know that i need top grades for what I wanna do and then I also think about those stupid teachers who made my life hell this year. I guess i'm also too hard on myself lol , you're completely right about the whole worrying thing, i obviously should just move forward because in the end we will always get to where we wanna be and lol letters on a piece of paper don't define us and yh I should be happy with what I've got anyway.

    Thanks again
    I know what you mean - it's like you worked down and then you're let down by a bad exam and maybe teachers who couldn't have been better. (Also, with school/lessons/life, if ever you feel like teachers aren't that great then it's best to go off and study on your own and shape your own future - self teaching is a useful skill to have.)

    Exactly, you're right.to think about it like that.

    It is okay to feel disappointed somewhat but after exams, just really do your best to enjoy yourself and let whatever happens on results day, happen.

    What do you want to do in the future, by the way?
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    Yes you're right! Whatever happens, happens
    I'd like to do medicine but wasn't successful this year so gap year for me
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    CoolCavy thank you for the kind visitor message, it made me smile. I can't seem to reply though?
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    (Original post by selenmer)
    Yes you're right! Whatever happens, happens
    I'd like to do medicine but wasn't successful this year so gap year for me
    Ah right, good luck! :borat:
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    (Original post by titfortat)
    Are you okay? What is it you're thinking about?

    Night
    Just about tomorrow really got stuff to do and cba with the stress of it all :shot:
    night night :hugs:

    (Original post by titfortat)
    CoolCavy thank you for the kind visitor message, it made me smile. I can't seem to reply though?
    I think Cavy has her vms shut :yes: which means you can't post on them but i'll tell her you said thanks :hugs: x

    :yawn:
 
 
 
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