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    I gave the decent ones and revision cards to friends in the lower year and my school. Some is bagged up and the ***** one i burnt : D:
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    How can anybody ask this question?

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    BURN, BURN, BURN BABY BURN!
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    well you could do what my friend did to food tech c/w drown it in the bath, with my notes ill probably keep them or shove them in a box somewhere so far they're still lingering on my bedroom floor oh well
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    (Original post by Lirael Abhorsen)
    well you could do what my friend did to food tech c/w drown it in the bath, with my notes ill probably keep them or shove them in a box somewhere so far they're still lingering on my bedroom floor oh well
    hmmm gives me an idea.........

    *places ICT notes in bath, turns on tap and throws crap computer into bath*


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    Keep the notes for the subject you are going on to study, an get rid of all the rest.

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    (Original post by Absolutional)
    I've just finished college for good but have loads of notes left. I don't just want to chuck them away because i've worked really hard this past year (and slightly less the year before but that doesn't matter!)

    So what should i do? - I have litterally a stack 3 Yellow Phone Books HIGH! :eek:
    just keep them ina book and take them to Uni you never know when they might be useful (am asuming your A-levels have sometihng to do with your degree)
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    SHREAD THEM - hours of fun
 
 
 

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