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    Whatever the result, I think we'll be too traumatised to do anything but lie in bed staring at the ceiling. Essays and exams just aren't a priority in such desperate times.
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    (Original post by RobML)
    Whatever the result, I think we'll be too traumatised to do anything but lie in bed staring at the ceiling. Essays and exams just aren't a priority in such desperate times.
    Whatever happens life goes on. There is life after Trump, just life there was life after Brexit. The shock of Trump may be initial but we'll get over it soon enough.
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    These days probably
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    is ww3 considered extenuating circumstances
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    (Original post by Ih8myselfie)
    Whatever happens life goes on. There is life after Trump, just life there was life after Brexit. The shock of Trump may be initial but we'll get over it soon enough.
    Lol Trump ain't gonna win
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    Maybe if you lived in the US.
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    Haha, no
 
 
 
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