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    (Original post by techno836)
    I need another shirt and trousers and that should be it for me (and bag if that counts )
    I need everything, and I won't get a new bag until after I get my laptop as the one I want is over £100 :facepalm2:
    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :lol: we don't have a dress code...
    But I need to dress nicely every day :cry2: that's my new worry...
    Meh, I don't see the problem with a dress code, it means people learn to dress smart sooner.

    That's one problem with no uniform, choosing what to wear. I wouldn't mind not having a uniform in normal school but I like the idea of formal at 6th form.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Only an idiot would wear a suit to sixth form :mmm:

    Ha, yeah... I'll be fine eventually. After a few weeks I'll stop bothering!
    Haha posted straight after Bude :rofl: ..

    I have no choice :facepalm:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Only an idiot would wear a suit to sixth form :mmm:

    Ha, yeah... I'll be fine eventually. After a few weeks I'll stop bothering!
    don't you all just go to school in sheep onsies, as tributes to your former lovers? :mmm:
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    I need everything, and I won't get a new bag until after I get my laptop as the one I want is over £100 :facepalm2:

    Meh, I don't see the problem with a dress code, it means people learn to dress smart sooner.

    That's one problem with no uniform, choosing what to wear. I wouldn't mind not having a uniform in normal school but I like the idea of formal at 6th form.
    Why formal? I hate dressing formal, give me some slim trousers/jeans and a top/shirt and cardigan and I'm sorted

    Although I detest tracksuits...
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Why formal? I hate dressing formal, give me some slim trousers/jeans and a top/shirt and cardigan and I'm sorted

    Although I detest tracksuits...
    Because you can look rather awesome wearing formal - like when I say formal I don't mean like going to ****ing court formal I mean like just shirt and tie. It's really not that strict. A lot of people look really really good in their stuff they wear.
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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    Yeah, Pearl Harbour is sad too
    Its the realistic films that sadden us the most like Forrest Gump and Pearl Harbor.

    The only emotional science film I know is Armageddon

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    Ah, but with no dress code you are still completely able to dress formally and look awesome should you wish, but without any stress if you're running late or just can't be bothered one day etc. Best of both worlds!
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Only an idiot would wear a suit to sixth form :mmm:

    Ha, yeah... I'll be fine eventually. After a few weeks I'll stop bothering!
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    Because you can look rather awesome wearing formal - like when I say formal I don't mean like going to ****ing court formal I mean like just shirt and tie. It's really not that strict. A lot of people look really really good in their stuff they wear.
    Why? That's just stupid. Formal wear is for formal occasions.
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    :wtf::mmm:
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    (Original post by SophF_rth)
    Were there any U2 songs at all?
    haha there was one
    (Original post by harrybithell196)
    Hahah, the days when people would record over your videos and cassettes. I have to say it has happened to me too!
    :unimpressed:
    (Original post by Mr.Nor)
    Nothing wrong with a bit of old Madge
    haha no but I was surprised more than anything! :lol:
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    I need everything, and I won't get a new bag until after I get my laptop as the one I want is over £100 :facepalm2:

    Meh, I don't see the problem with a dress code, it means people learn to dress smart sooner.

    That's one problem with no uniform, choosing what to wear. I wouldn't mind not having a uniform in normal school but I like the idea of formal at 6th form.
    Haha well good luck and I'd hurry :L... I need a new laptop -_-
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Only an idiot would wear a suit to sixth form :mmm:

    Ha, yeah... I'll be fine eventually. After a few weeks I'll stop bothering!
    From day two onwards im going into school in my pyjamas :cool:
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    haha there was one

    :unimpressed:

    haha no but I was surprised more than anything! :lol:
    Out of interest, which song?
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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    From day two onwards im going into school in my pyjamas :cool:
    If only I'd hate that actually :lol:
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    (Original post by SophF_rth)
    Out of interest, which song?
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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    From day two onwards im going into school in my pyjamas :cool:
    I only have like jama shorts :lol: not even a top :/
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    (Original post by SophF_rth)
    College is double the journey 11miles. But that's the driving route. To get to college:
    Car 10m OR bus 10m+15m OR cycle 30m
    Train 10m
    Walk 5m

    Well walking doesn't seem to be too far yeah the kids are really annoying. Luckily we'll no longer have to deal with them at school!

    I guess it won't be too fun to get the bus with all the other college people. Why did you go to that college?

    Yeah, whereas I'm not sure to busy busses! If I lived in the town I would but luckily as I live in a villiage hardly anyone wants to take the bus along the scenic route! Today I took the bus from town to home and there was literally 4 people on in for the whole time I was there!
    Your journey to college isn't so bad!
    Do you get free travel on the transport network??

    No more annoying kids at college!
    I'm just fed up of them.
    At my school, most of them get really rude to sixth formers and teachers.

    That college is much closer to my house.
    But I prefer to not go there because they don't do A level french and the state of this college is far too much of a disgrace.

    Well I guess then your bus journeys are very different to mine!
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    (Original post by Infinity_4652)
    Your journey to college isn't so bad!
    Do you get free travel on the transport network??

    No more annoying kids at college!
    I'm just fed up of them.
    At my school, most of them get really rude to sixth formers and teachers.

    That college is much closer to my house.
    But I prefer to not go there because they don't do A level french and the state of this college is far too much of a disgrace.

    Well I guess then your bus journeys are very different to mine!
    I wish it was free only get 1/3 off Adult rail prices via College. And I don't think I can have a railcard on top of that :/

    Oh God I know how you feel. There are some weird year 7 who talk to sixth formers! "hey sexy" or "want to go out later?". I just thought I was scared of year 12/13 when I was in year 7!

    Ah I see, I guess if you're able to go further away then you should especially if it will better your education

    Yes, I totally think so! I can't imagine having a busy bus!
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    Anyone else watched great British bake off?


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    (Original post by Mr.Nor)
    Anyone else watched great British bake off?


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    Yes!

    When Toby found out he'd put salt in I found it so funny!
 
 
 
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