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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    Aha, the excitement of one accent that's different among the masses; I'm sure the novelty of me would soon wear off! The Wurzels, brilliant..hope it was the combine harvester song.
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    (Original post by buchanan700)
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    What course are you on?
    Journalism, don't worry I won't hack your phone! Haha. It's good fun, I like to write but we also do tv broadcasting and radio so it's nice to get hands on. What about yourself?


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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    Journalism, don't worry I won't hack your phone! Haha. It's good fun, I like to write but we also do tv broadcasting and radio so it's nice to get hands on. What about yourself?


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    Sounds like good fun! I'm on the final year of Primary Education, currently sitting about a bit as having to defer placement for various reasons. Really, really tough but very rewarding
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    Interesting! I may have to give that one a little watch. Aha is that what they say? Well, I'm pretty sure my dance skills are quite weak a few Vodkas down the line but never had any complaints about the later, so I don't think I believe it either. :rolleyes:
    haha mine are bad, I seem to think I'm beyonce after a few drinks... definately don't believe it... same with kareoke! Even if everyone has that signature song!

    (Original post by buchanan700)
    Sounds like good fun! I'm on the final year of Primary Education, currently sitting about a bit as having to defer placement for various reasons. Really, really tough but very rewarding
    My cousin and my friend are in their final year of primary ed and loving it too, I have the upmost respect for priamry teachers. I couldnt do it
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    haha mine are bad, I seem to think I'm beyonce after a few drinks... definately don't believe it... same with kareoke! Even if everyone has that signature song!



    My cousin and my friend are in their final year of primary ed and loving it too, I have the upmost respect for priamry teachers. I couldnt do it
    It's certainly not for everyone. You need a very special kind of patience when dealing with 11 year olds... :P
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    (Original post by buchanan700)
    It's certainly not for everyone. You need a very special kind of patience when dealing with 11 year olds... :P
    haha tell me about it! I did some supply teaching in secondary ed last year, it was eeerrrr an experience. I had to teach PSHE/sex ed in some of the roughest schools... My first ever question was:
    "miss what's rimming?"
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    haha tell me about it! I did some supply teaching in secondary ed last year, it was eeerrrr an experience. I had to teach PSHE/sex ed in some of the roughest schools... My first ever question was:
    "miss what's rimming?"
    Ha! I can honestly say I feel I feel for you though. I could never dream of going to secondary. :afraid: They'd eat me alive.

    What did you say?! I remember having to awkwardly stand out stand outside the bathroom stall and give instructions on how to put a pad on...she put it the wrong way round the first time...
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    (Original post by buchanan700)
    Ha! I can honestly say I feel I feel for you though. I could never dream of going to secondary. :afraid: They'd eat me alive.

    What did you say?! I remember having to awkwardly stand out stand outside the bathroom stall and give instructions on how to put a pad on...she put it the wrong way round the first time...
    I turned around to him and said in the most clinical way I could what rimming was... Wat really tipped me over the edge and caused me to stiffle my laughs was when the kid clearly thought about the answer and asked "Do you taste poo when you do it?"

    I was also asked "Can oral sex get you pregnant?" and "What STI's make your knob fall off?"

    aww bless, at 10 or 11 starting your period must be rough!
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    Respect to you on the teaching front; rimming, pads, energetic primary kids..you've both had some eventful moments ha. But as you said, I bet it's really rewarding. Tell them "not to have sex, because they will get pregnant and die." (Hopes you've both seen Mean Girls)


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    Hi guys! I am doing some uni research on sexuality in relation to christianity and would love some of your views on it! its a really quick anon survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JL9F7KM and i would love to see what you think thankyou!
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    Respect to you on the teaching front; rimming, pads, energetic primary kids..you've both had some eventful moments ha. But as you said, I bet it's really rewarding. Tell them "not to have sex, because they will get pregnant and die." (Hopes you've both seen Mean Girls)


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    haha yup! I basically told them having sex makes their knobs fall off... Hopefully put them off for a few years!
    I love mean girls. So so so so good.
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    (Original post by MelissaJayne)
    Respect to you on the teaching front; rimming, pads, energetic primary kids..you've both had some eventful moments ha. But as you said, I bet it's really rewarding. Tell them "not to have sex, because they will get pregnant and die." (Hopes you've both seen Mean Girls)


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    So THAT'S what film it's from! :awesome: That movie sounds hilarious, I'm gonna watch it someday.
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    Why hello.
    Hello, welcome aboard :captain:
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    I don't know how to quote on my phone, so... hi!

    This place is pretty quiet eh?


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    I don't know how to quote on my phone, so... hi!

    This place is pretty quiet eh?


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    I know, right? As if there wasn't much to say about us I'm not good at starting topics or threads so if there's anything you'd like to talk about or ask me, fire away
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    And you! Ask away. Tell me about yourself.

    I really hate this 'not knowing how to quote on my phone' shiz.


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    Hey, didn't know there was a separate LGBT thread for women. So hi, I'm lesbian

    I like skulls, skeletons and loud rock :evil:
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    (Original post by audienceandaudio)
    And you! Ask away. Tell me about yourself.

    I really hate this 'not knowing how to quote on my phone' shiz.
    If you're using the app, if you tap on the post you want to quote, it should come up with a menu which lets you quote?
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    (Original post by shadowdweller)
    If you're using the app, if you tap on the post you want to quote, it should come up with a menu which lets you quote?
    Smart fart. :P


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