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    i just made a sarcastic post about harry potter, and i realised that most of the hogwarts teachers are professors.

    so.

    are/were any of your teachers professors? we had a few doctors...
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    we had a doctor, he didnt teach me though.
    we were suppose to have him when we didnt do PE and he turned up to the lesson half hour late, then he just talked about his family!! i couldnt understand him either. but he was funny!!! lol


    arent professor usually at uni??
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    We had a supply teacher called Dr. Smith once upon a time - extremely well to do, haven't a clue what he was doing as a sub :confused:, but no Professors unfortunately though my uncle is
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    We have quite a few doctors at my school, my biology teacher is a doctor, and we even had a maths doctor teacher, she was a mardy know-it-all though, and she taught a class that had her really unnecessary stuff that wasn't on the GCSE syllabus, i thought it was quite a common thing, especially in science departments at schools?
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    nah no teachers in my school docotrs or professors or anything...... mostly mine were all something different than teachers....my science teacher was a biochemist before he was a teacher and my maths teacher owned an art gallery before she started teaching xoxo
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    A Doctor taught RS at my school. Apparently she had an ego the size of my... Well, it was big. :p:
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    (Original post by Pixelated)
    A Doctor taught RS at my school. Apparently she had an ego the size of my... Well, it was big. :p:
    of your what? :p: lololol :rofl: hahahaha xoxo
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    We had no doctors, but judging by their strict insistance we call them "sir", we had the knights of the round table instead. :rolleyes:
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    Don't flatter yourself.
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    (Original post by anightowl)
    We had no doctors, but judging by their strict insistance we call them "sir", we had the knights of the round table instead. :rolleyes:
    yeah we called our male teachers 'sir' too but it was just usual for us to call them that or by their surname lololol xoxo
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    (Original post by Kish_Kash_1)
    Don't flatter yourself.
    :eek: :eek: I never do :rolleyes: xoxo
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    (Original post by tammy_girl)
    :eek: :eek: I never do :rolleyes: xoxo

    I wasn't talking to you tame girl.
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    (Original post by Kish_Kash_1)
    I wasn't talking to you tame girl.
    well you did quote me....so of course I'm going to think you were talking to me xoxo
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    (Original post by tammy_girl)
    well you did quote me....so of course I'm going to think you were talking to me xoxo

    Well it really does not make sense if;

    Person 1 says: 'of what?'
    and Person 2 says: 'Don't flatter yourself'

    That should have been a clear indication that I wasn't talking to you, even though I did quote you.
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    (Original post by Kish_Kash_1)
    Well it really does not make sense if;

    Person 1 says: 'of what?'
    and Person 2 says: 'Don't flatter yourself'

    That should have been a clear indication that I wasn't talking to you, even though I did quote you.
    I don't understand. You quoted her, and directly addressed her. How is that a clear indication that you aren't talking to her?
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    (Original post by Pixelated)
    I don't understand. You quoted her, and directly addressed her. How is that a clear indication that you aren't talking to her?
    I was thinking the exact same thing :confused: xoxo
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    (Original post by tammy_girl)
    I was thinking the exact same thing :confused: xoxo

    Who cares now? Forget it. It was light humour on my behalf. Jesus Christ, it seems as if the countdown to results day has taken its toll.


    :rolleyes: :cool: :p:
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    (Original post by Kish_Kash_1)
    Who cares now? Forget it. It was light humour on my behalf. Jesus Christ, it seems as if the countdown to results day has taken its toll.


    :rolleyes: :cool: :p:
    lol I care.....light humour? when you address someone like that it aint humourous really....and no results day hasnt kicked in for me at all as mine are out earlier than yours (mine are out on the 23rd) and just because you got caught out before about harry potter dont take it out on me :rolleyes: lololol xoxo
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    (Original post by Kish_Kash_1)
    Who cares now? Forget it. It was light humour on my behalf. Jesus Christ, it seems as if the countdown to results day has taken its toll.


    :rolleyes: :cool: :p:
    You're a patronising c*nt (sorry for that, ladies). You try and make someone look like a fool, and when people defend her, you retreat like a moronic half-wit who "can't be bothered to justify himself". Grow up, loser.
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    we had one doctor who then turned out not to be one and was haveing an affair with one of the teachers and that was the end of him

    oh the scandle that went on in my school :eek:
 
 
 

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