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    (Original post by poop)
    well i sincerely doubt they'll be prescribing LIBRARIES to anyone, so stop being so petty

    EDIT: PRESCRIPTIONS, not PERSCRIPTIONS
    no hunny, i am right, i said PRESCRIBING

    idiot.


    and you're meant to be Mrs English?
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    (Original post by DazzYaa)
    no hunny, i am right, i said PRESCRIBING

    idiot.


    and you're meant to be Mrs English?
    ok my bad im wrong i mis read it
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    (Original post by DazzYaa)
    ok my bad im wrong i mis read it
    your bad indeed. now repay me by removing me from ur sig (it may help with your obsession)
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    (Original post by poop)
    your bad indeed. now repay me by removing me from ur sig (it may help with your obsession)
    what if i say no?
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    (Original post by poop)
    well i sincerely doubt they'll be prescribing LIBRARIES to anyone, so stop being so petty

    EDIT: PRESCRIPTIONS, not PERSCRIPTIONS
    doesn't matter - the same rule applies throughout a lot of words, such as those ending in Y

    school boy error ^^
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    (Original post by DazzYaa)
    doesn't matter - the same rule applies throughout a lot of words, such as those ending in Y

    school boy error ^^
    Like fly, though I doubt i'll be prescribing flies either.
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    (Original post by Daveo)
    Like fly, though I doubt i'll be prescribing flies either.
    if you can't spell Libraries correctly, how ever will you be able to spell the medicines correctly!?!?!?!"?!?!?!?!?!?!?!/
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    (Original post by DazzYaa)
    if you can't spell Libraries correctly, how ever will you be able to spell the medicines correctly!?!?!?!"?!?!?!?!?!?!?!/
    Because although some of my basic spelling is flawed I am able to spell mots complicated words such as most of the drugs I will be prescribing.
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    (Original post by boygenious)
    drugs?
    are you a dealer?
    What do you want? He can provide anything, just name a price...
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    Because although some of my basic spelling is flawed I am able to spell mots complicated words such as most of the <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=drugs&v=55">drugs</a> I will be prescribing.
    it doesn't matter - you're in a med degree and you can't ****** SPELL
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    What do you want? He can provide anything, just name a price...
    Shall we increase your commission to 15%?
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    (Original post by DazzYaa)
    it doesn't matter - you're in a med degree and you can't ****** SPELL
    The entry requirement was a C at GCSE in English, I got a B, i'm in.
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    The entry requirement was a C at GCSE in English, I got a B, i'm in.
    does not matter!
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    (Original post by Daveo)
    The entry requirement was a C at GCSE in English, I got a B, i'm in.
    they used to let anyone do medicine back when you were applying. standards are much higher though now, a B in english is inadequate.
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    (Original post by boygenious)
    they used to let anyone do medicine back when you were applying. standards are much higher though now, a B in english is inadequate.
    I'd rather be able to save someone having a myocardial infarcation than be able to spell it.
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    (Original post by Daveo)
    I'd rather be able to save someone having a myocardial infarcation than be able to spell it.
    * myocardial infarction
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    (Original post by Daveo)
    I've just had a very bad day which was finished off by a £21 library fine. I was not best pleased, don't librarys usually cap the maximum fine?
    hehe I beat you all; I took out an anatomy book in 2000, yes, just to emphasise, I shall do it in words, too: Two Thousand!! I assume the thing is capped, but it was a short-loan book too

    Anyway, I haven't borrowed a book since, 'cause I'm too scared...When I discovered it about a year ago, I was too scared to take it back, and only last week did I get my MUM to stick in a shelf somewhere :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by boygenious)
    they used to let anyone do medicine back when you were applying. standards are much higher though now, a B in english is inadequate.
    word.
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    (Original post by boygenious)
    * myocardial infarction
    LOL ownage by boygenious
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    * myocardial infarction
    That was a genuine typo to keep you on your toes.
 
 
 
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