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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    urgh!!!!pedofilia!

    thats so abnormal man, i'd run away as far as possible.
    1. Grow up.
    2. Learn to spell.



    OP: No it's not abnormal at all! I'm friends with loads of my teachers. At the end of the day they're human beings just like everyone else.
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    (Original post by pipster93)
    1. Grow up.
    2. Learn to spell.



    OP: No it's not abnormal at all! I'm friends with loads of my teachers. At the end of the day they're human beings just like everyone else.
    its slang.you wouldn't no as you're deprived of it by staying with too many teachers. you're beginning to sound like one as well scary!your suppose to be a student.

    The pragmatics is and informal situation as sutdent to student, therefore my language will be less formal and sociable.

    I would never be friends with my teacher.
    Level of hierarchy at school contained a wide gap!
    after school, why would it be any different.

    Due to social norms?

    just because they're not wearing their uniform.
    if it was a case of friendship then fair enough.
    But i no you got moreee going insideyour head.

    Plus you asked the question. Asking advice. i gave you it. RUN AWAY LITTLE BOY!
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    I got a hug off my teacher when I went back to my old school. We used to have lunch after exams. Bless her.
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    its slang.you wouldn't no as you're deprived of it by staying with too many teachers. you're beginning to sound like one as well scary!your suppose to be a student.

    The pragmatics is and informal situation as sutdent to student, therefore my language will be less formal and sociable.

    I would never be friends with my teacher.
    Level of hierarchy at school contained a wide gap!
    after school, why would it be any different.

    Due to social norms?

    just because they're not wearing their uniform.
    if it was a case of friendship then fair enough.
    But i no you got moreee going insideyour head.

    Plus you asked the question. Asking advice. i gave you it. RUN AWAY LITTLE BOY!
    I love how ironic your name is, DontJudge...
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    (Original post by Cicerao)
    I got a hug off my teacher when I went back to my old school. We used to have lunch after exams. Bless her.
    That's so sweet!
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    (Original post by pipster93)
    I love how ironic your name is, DontJudge...
    no ironic. juxtaposition idiot.!
    i did it with that intension.i am someone with somuch judgemental veiws.
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    no ironic. juxtaposition idiot.!
    i did it with that intension.i am someone with somuch judgemental veiws.
    Do you even know what juxtaposition means?

    Seriously though, is English your first language?
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    no ironic. juxtaposition idiot.!
    i did it with that intension.i am someone with somuch judgemental veiws.
    I think you'll find you're the idiot, as you have just described irony, not juxtaposition...


    EDIT: Reading back on this, your grammar is appauling. And you have the audacity to call me an idiot.
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    (Original post by House MD)
    Because the gap in the 'level of hierarchy' is due to the teachers having a position of authority over the students. They would be expected to not get too close for various reasons. An example of this would be so that they can remain impartial should an issue arise with the student's lack of effort. This position of authority doesn't exist once you have left school, so there's no problem. That's why it's different.
    ^^^doesn'tmake sence.
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    (Original post by aeterno)
    Do you even know what juxtaposition means?

    Seriously though, is English your first language?
    yeh man. got A in it.
    just dont come from a privalidged background like you lot.
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    (Original post by pipster93)
    I think you'll find you're the idiot, as you have just described irony, not juxtaposition...
    its not irony. because it was done with intention the name.
    gosh you lots names are so boring.
    just because mine is much more interesting and has raising questions.
    likes whats your name pipster?

    like pied piper or something.
    93 represents your age.
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    One of my teachers at school was one of my friends, which was a bit difficult because we only could do things together during the holidays. I did not had any advantage out of that relationship becuase she used to mark me harder than the others in the course.

    At university I need profs as my friends to get connections. In Germany you could only do a doctor´s degree if you have connections. That is why I use to be nice to my profs so that they are nice to me and that I will get the chance to dactorate soon. Additionally they are smart enough to lead good conversations, which is not always the case when I try to get in contactz with other students. They are either a bit stupid, childish or drunk after a long weekend of party time. I hate parties. I prefer good company or a book.
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    I have done it with about 4 of my high school teachers, nothing dodge, just friendlyness - it can be done x
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    (Original post by House MD)
    :rolleyes:

    Would you like to explain what you think juxtaposition means?
    its like when two concepts that are quite far apart contrast with each other.
    whereas oxymoron is close together. e.g living death, bittersweet. bla bla
    something like that.

    why do ask not that hard.did it bACK in GCSE's
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    its like when two concepts that are quite far apart contrast with each other.
    whereas oxymoron is close together. e.g living death, bittersweet. bla bla
    something like that.

    why do ask not that hard.did it bACK in GCSE's
    Did you learn to use correct punctuation and spelling?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Would you find it weird if you saw someone you used to go to school with having a drink/meal with one of your ex-teachers?

    I ask this because I met up with one of my GCSE teachers about a fortnight ago and she's asked me if I'd like to go out again.

    Even though I'm male, it would be nothing romantic, so I was just wondering if it's ok to be friends?
    no i plan to meet up with teachers when i leave school as long as you are 16+ its fine
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    (Original post by DontJudge)
    its not irony. because it was done with intention the name.
    gosh you lots names are so boring.
    just because mine is much more interesting and has raising questions.
    likes whats your name pipster?

    like pied piper or something.
    93 represents your age.
    Just stop now. You're making yourself look like an even bigger idiot.
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    (Original post by Contrad!ction.)
    Did you learn to use correct punctuation and spelling?
    yes. but you obviously didn't learn. in your name you've got an exclamation mark in a middle of a word.
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    (Original post by pipster93)
    Just stop now. You're making yourself look like an even bigger idiot.
    you stop it. you no im telling the truth. thats why . you should of not starting this in the first place, i was gonna win any how.
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