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Poll: Did you attend a private secondary school?
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joseon
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I was wondering how representative TSR uses are of the population of young UK citizens as a whole. Only 7% of the population of Britain attend private schools, I'm thinking that the proportion of TSR that did so will be higher. To find out I thought I'd do a little poll. So did you go to a private (secondary) school?

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Surely "yah" and "nah" would better do the job?



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(Original post by cambio wechsel)
Surely "yah" and "nah" would better do the job?



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Yes from me
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Nope.
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Nope. Bog standard comprehensive as Alistair Campbell once put it.
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No I'm not at a private school.
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Nope.
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na privit skwl 4 faguts
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I shall say Ni!
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I went to a state school until I was 13 and a public school thereafter, so I'll be voting "yes".

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na privit skwl 4 faguts
This is the kind of spelling and reasoning you're taught in state schools?
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I did when I was in primary school and year 7. From then on, I went to state schools seeing as my parents decided there was no point.

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This is the kind of spelling and reasoning you're taught in state schools?
It's surprising that you think we're taught anything.
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I go to a state school and I would just like to say that "Ni" is totally reflective of my dialectic competency and the latest slang, it's a firm ni from me.
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Ni brah.
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Definitely a Ni.

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Ni
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Ni

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What does ni mean?
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Does being home educated count?
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