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    im so naughty
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    i did it yesterday and it made me feel increasingly guilty, does ne1 else do it on a regular basis??

    im so naughty
    I do, can't be arsed sometimes.
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    no...only when I know I don't have to be in the lesson or I don't have one. I felt guilty at the beginning of the year, when I had free periods, I felt I was supposed to be in a lesson but I didn't. As I was used to have 5 lessons a day, now I only have 2 or 3.....
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    Never did it at school and haven't done it so far at uni.
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    did it a bit last yr, got caught and then anally raped for it, weird that our school even cares, i mean its our loss, but yeah havent done it after that.
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    (Original post by HasanB)
    got caught and then anally raped for it
    nice
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    yes amy you are very naughty, what are you missing? i am at home now cos i have frees.........ahhh
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    im so naughty
    Om, I'm tellin'
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    nice
    yep i quite enjoyed it now that i think abt it !
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    (Original post by poowpoow)
    yes amy you are very naughty, what are you missing? i am at home now cos i have frees.........ahhh
    school just finished, on my way to work in a mo (yawn!)
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    (Original post by Amb1)
    Om, I'm tellin'
    :eek:
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    (Original post by HasanB)
    yep i quite enjoyed it now that i think abt it !
    good good
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    i only have 2 a week so bunking would be rather counter-productive.
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    Nothing wrong with bunking off. I like to skip at least one lesson a day to go to the pub and play pool.
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    (Original post by Delacroix)
    Nothing wrong with bunking off. I like to skip at least one lesson a day to go to the pub and play pool.
    i always find that having a 3 hour dinner break is the better option
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    It's very tempting to miss 9am lectures, but then you realise you are paying tuition fees for them so you'd better go!
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    did now and again in year 12, but now i only miss them if i'm ill (which i havent been for nigh on 2 years)

    i dont see the point, i get loads of free lessons so i sit around/sleep in those. i dont use my free time v.well sadly
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    Ive skipped about 20 biology lessons this year, I finally had enough of that **** subject on monday and dropped it. Ive only missed a couple of other lessons(Maths,Phys,Chem) if Ive overslept or decided that having a race to McDonalds would be more fun than listening to my teacher talk **** about acylation..
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Ive skipped about 20 biology lessons this year, I finally had enough of that **** subject on monday and dropped it. Ive only missed a couple of other lessons(Maths,Phys,Chem) if Ive overslept or decided that having a race to McDonalds would be more fun than listening to my teacher talk **** about acylation..
    I skipped no end of sociology and still got an A at AS! hehe. Blagging worked for me. I dont think the A2 will be quite as easy
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    yeah, skipped way too many english this year
 
 
 
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