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    (Original post by chats)
    I hope shes not awaiting an A-level grade for English
    LOL

    I wonder just how many people wrote in text language in their exams lol
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    I don't see the big deal about being close to a teacher/tutor etc. One of mine at Uni offered to stay with me one night because I was having an 'episode'. I go up to see my old teachers/lectureres all the time; some of them even come to my parents/call to ask how i'm doing. Texting/email is common!

    As for your results, it's only a little while longer, and since you've waited so long anyway, just be patient. You'll be fine.
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    What's the problem with pupils being on good terms with their teachers? I have a couple of teachers whom I have phoned at home and email quite regularly, it seems perfectly normal to me (and my schoolmates).
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    (Original post by chats)
    :confused: :confused: :confused:
    Royal Mail and good service in same sentence? Is that before or after they lose your keys in recorded delivery?
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    (Original post by IHavePMS)
    I don't see the big deal about being close to a teacher/tutor etc. One of mine at Uni offered to stay with me one night because I was having an 'episode'. I go up to see my old teachers/lectureres all the time; some of them even come to my parents/call to ask how i'm doing. Texting/email is common!
    Hmm... yeah but there's a line, surely. And actually, I think offering to stay overnight might just be it... lol
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    (Original post by red665)
    :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:

    <<I so hope you're kidding>>
    no, I am serious!!!...
    our school was a small one and we were all friendly with each other....I was there for 10 years so I knew them very well....still am in touch with my special teachers!...

    I have even invited them over many times...!!!!!...
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    (Original post by IHavePMS)
    I don't see the big deal about being close to a teacher/tutor etc. One of mine at Uni offered to stay with me one night because I was having an 'episode'.
    Dirty seedy Oxford male tutor innocently seeks to help out damsel in distress?
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    (Original post by Jools)
    Royal Mail and good service in same sentence? Is that before or after they lose your keys in recorded delivery?
    Or is that before or after you recieve your mail in a plastic evidence bag because the envelope of a birthday card had been ripped open and was hanging off the card by a corner?
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    *Knows what everybody else is thinking*

    Have you ever been more than just friends with any of them?
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    (Original post by Jools)
    Royal Mail and good service in same sentence? Is that before or after they lose your keys in recorded delivery?
    oh lol, did you insure them?
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    (Original post by Alexander)
    What's the problem with pupils being on good terms with their teachers? I have a couple of teachers whom I have phoned at home and email quite regularly, it seems perfectly normal to me (and my schoolmates).
    I email one of my old teachers as well. He's really cool, for a teacher at least.
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    (Original post by red665)
    LOL

    I wonder just how many people wrote in text language in their exams lol
    ...don't worry, I made I didn't do that even though I gave physics, bio and maths!

    Its just on the keyboard!
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    (Original post by Rose in Bloom)
    no, I am serious!!!...
    our school was a small one and we were all friendly with each other....I was there for 10 years so I knew them very well....still am in touch with my special teachers!...

    I have even invited them over many times...!!!!!...
    but have you slept with any of them?
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    (Original post by red665)
    Hmm... yeah but there's a line, surely. And actually, I think offering to stay overnight might just be it... lol
    Haha..I didn't see anything wrong with it. I was REALLY messed up. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Rose in Bloom)
    no, I am serious!!!...
    our school was a small one and we were all friendly with each other....I was there for 10 years so I knew them very well....still am in touch with my special teachers!...

    I have even invited them over many times...!!!!!...
    I was friendly with my teachers too, but at the end of the day - they were just teachers lol, I went home at the end of the day and forgot about them, as I'm sure they did me! lol
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    (Original post by Jools)
    Dirty seedy Oxford male tutor innocently seeks to help out damsel in distress?
    HELL no. Dirty seedy FEMALE :eek:
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    (Original post by Swing)
    *Knows what everybody else is thinking*

    Have you ever been more than just friends with any of them?
    <rofl>
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    (Original post by chats)
    but have you slept with any of them?
    Told you it was what everyone is thinking!
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    (Original post by red665)
    Or is that before or after you recieve your mail in a plastic evidence bag because the envelope of a birthday card had been ripped open and was hanging off the card by a corner?
    Lol I tried to send the "50p guy" the money in pennies (see Fri June 18th)... it ended up sent in a plastic evidence bag too.
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    (Original post by Swing)
    *Knows what everybody else is thinking*

    Have you ever been more than just friends with any of them?
    NO!!!! :eek: ....I went to an all girls school!...and DON'T go thinking any further!...

    They were just lovely ppl!....but they moved awaya dn I finished school...so I am in touch thru the net...
 
 
 
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