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    coz
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    We're not
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    You're probably just boring and consider fun immature
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    It seems like the year above always complains about how immature we are, but to be honest I always notice how year 13's are immature, they just do it in a way where they think they're superior and assume it makes it okay. A lot of year 12's are a lot more motivated and determined about their exams than the year 13's!
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    we're not
    Some of you are
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    coz
    You're hot
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    (Original post by kaltsr)
    It seems like the year above always complains about how immature we are, but to be honest I always notice how year 13's are immature, they just do it in a way where they think they're superior and assume it makes it okay. A lot of year 12's are a lot more motivated and determined about their exams than the year 13's!
    The year 12s in my sixth form were rude, obnoxious and skipped lessons
    Tbf there was a fee polite and mature ones but they were rare
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    Most of them are because they don't realize how hard A-levels actually are. I guess they aren't motivated enough.
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    Lol why are you generalising, I'm sure there are a few who are mature enough
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    You're hot
    There you go with the flirting AGAIN. :rofl:

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    omg my sixth form college took on way too many year 12s and it was such a bad idea. There would be groups of them blocking the hallway, making a mess and having water everywhere on the floor. When you try to walk through them they will give you weird looks and make rudeass comments and say stuff like "theyre so rude for not saying excuse me." like bish theyre the ones blocking the way, if anything theyre in the wrong. The other day one of them even said "i will slap you" to my friend even though she didnt do anything to them.
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    (Original post by Saba XD)
    There you go with the flirting AGAIN. :rofl:

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    Well I didn't flirt with u... Yet
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    The year 12s in my sixth form were rude, obnoxious and skipped lessons
    Tbf there was a fee polite and mature ones but they were rare
    More often than not, this will also be the case for year 13's whether that would be as a year 13 or when they were year 12's.
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    (Original post by animeamanda1412)
    Lol why are you generalising, I'm sure there are a few who are mature enough
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    You do sound mature
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Well I didn't flirt with u... Yet
    Not with this account. But, with others, you have.
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    (Original post by Saba XD)
    Not with this account. But, with others, you have.
    Really:eek:
    I don't even remember but tbf everyone flirts with you
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    Because they haven't matured.
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Really:eek:
    I don't even remember but tbf everyone flirts with you
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    You're hot
    immature
 
 
 
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