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    ...to hand in books.

    Im dreading it.

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    awwww thats why im getting all my books to hand in tomorrow, the bloody bag weighs a ****ing ton! :mad:
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    We're having a special "book day" at the end of June when we give in all our textbooks. I don't want to go in after my exams but now I have to. Stupid school.
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    I'm dreading having to hand in books that I was supposed to give back a couple of years ago :P
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    And my Mum bought boxes of chocolates for teachers and I really don't want to hand them in.

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    omg! We have to return them?! :eek:
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    (Original post by Davie_Moyes)
    And my Mum bought boxes of chocolates for teachers and I really don't want to hand them in.

    Aww! Eat them yourself :p:
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    Ah poop. They weigh so much!! Might have to do it one at a time or something. Good thing is, I thought I lost two textbooks but I've found them finally - thought I'd have to pay from them (because they say they'll withold your results if you don't give them back beforehand :mad: )
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    (Original post by Kit_Kat)
    I'm dreading having to hand in books that I was supposed to give back a couple of years ago :P
    lol ive kept books by accident! i still have my year 10 maths book!
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    Cazzi - Same, they just.. end up staying in my room when the year finishes and getting buired under new stuff! My year 8 science teacher is not well pleased...
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    I remember doing this after my GCSE's... I ended up forgetting a few books and having to cycle home again and get them (otherwise the teachers don't sign your form and you aren't officially out of Year 11!) then when I got back to school again I realised I'd left my partially signed form at home. So I just had to blag it, and pay out a load of money for books which I had returned. Grr. And it was sooo very hot. Such an unpleasant day.
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    omg! We have to return them?! :eek:
    yes :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Davie_Moyes)
    ...to hand in books.

    Im dreading it.

    I've already thrown some away, im handing in about 5 or 6, and why are you dreading it
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    my mate sold his on ebay cos he wasn't planning on using them.
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    (Original post by oblivious)
    my mate sold his on ebay cos he wasn't planning on using them.
    Thats quite a good idea actually.
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    Thinking about it I don't actually have my books to return. Three huge politics textbooks and thats it really..but I'm not dreading that as I will just give them in when I go back to check the final details of the party my teacher is having..I suppose that I do have some random copies of books 'stolen' from the drama department which I should return in theory...hmmm
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    (Original post by co co)
    yes :rolleyes:
    ahhh! And i had them all packaged ready for E-Bay..... :bawling:
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    (Original post by Davie_Moyes)
    And my Mum bought boxes of chocolates for teachers and I really don't want to hand them in.

    Bless. Mothers, can't beat 'em can you?
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    (Original post by JonnyB)
    Bless. Mothers, can't beat 'em can you?
    oh please my mother doesnt care about my *****y teachers :rolleyes:
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    Hm.. MIne are in my room someowhere.. Under the mountains of junk proberly. Oh well... This year they have some new system of a lsit we should bring back at least I can hand them in all at once.
 
 
 
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