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    Not that I'm going to join you guys lol, but out of interest what do you guys plan to do after results day if you get good results, and what do you plan to do if you fail?
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    (Original post by TheChemistryBoss)
    Not that I'm going to join you guys lol, but out of interest what do you guys plan to do after results day if you get good results, and what do you plan to do if you fail?
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    good results= all kinds of excuses for treats and gifts and fun :3
    bad results= feeling guilty and sad for the day but life goes on and whatever happens, happens :3
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    (Original post by C'est la vie :P)
    I'll probably cry either way. Tears of joy or sadness, it's most likely to be the latter. It'll be time to use my well prepared excuses. :cry2:
    hehe well. fair enough. i'll probably invest in some chocolates.
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    hehe well. fair enough. i'll probably invest in some chocolates.
    soz didn't realise this was a gcse thread loool
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    good results: go completely insane and have the best next few weeks of my life before I start a-levels. oh and kinda tell everyone about them :').

    bad results: talk to my pals about them and probably get incredibly upset and not want to tell my sixth form choice what i got :') even though i KNOW i will have gotten the offer grades.
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    (Original post by TheChemistryBoss)
    Not that I'm going to join you guys lol, but out of interest what do you guys plan to do after results day if you get good results, and what do you plan to do if you fail?
    I like your name

    But to answer your question: I'm not much of a celebratroy person so I'll probably just treat myself to an ice-cream and then burn all the notes of the subjects that I'm not taking (so everything that isn't maths or a science xD)
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    Good results: lots of crying and ringing people to tell them, confirming my sixth form choice and then go out for a meal with my friends.

    Bad results: lots of crying and hiding from people who want to know my grades, and confirming my sixth form choice and then go our for a meal with my friends to put my mind off things.
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    (Original post by thechemistress)
    I like your name

    But to answer your question: I'm not much of a celebratroy person so I'll probably just treat myself to an ice-cream and then burn all the notes of the subjects that I'm not taking (so everything that isn't maths or a science xD)
    Hahaha thanks for the name compliment. I guess I want to be Walter White II.
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    Nandos - chicken is life.
 
 
 
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