Everyone in sixth form is in a relationship...

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Its been half a term and everyone is already in relationships, honestly I don’t even have a crush but it still makes me feel so lonely 😂
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No, not everyone in sixth form is in a relationship. Don't you think focusing on revision is more important? Relationships can wait.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Its been half a term and everyone is already in relationships, honestly I don’t even have a crush but it still makes me feel so lonely 😂
Sixth Form is only two years....

Don't worry about it, no need to form relationships. Chances are they will be ephemeral, anyway
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Its been half a term and everyone is already in relationships, honestly I don’t even have a crush but it still makes me feel so lonely 😂
nah relationships are not going to get you a PASS and you have no crush so y u lonely
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No, not everyone in sixth form is in a relationship. Don't you think focusing on revision is more important? Relationships can wait.
I didnt say it wasnt
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and you should be in 6th form to study.
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nah relationships are not going to get you a PASS and you have no crush so y u lonely
Seeing everyone so infatuated in someone else is kinda sad when you’re alone as hell, sometimes having one person care about you the most is nice
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90% of those ain't even gonna last more than 2 years, y u bein so desperate boi/gyal? Uni is where the hot tings at (you can interpret this in whichever way you want) so just put yer head down and these 2 years will go by in a flash.
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No not everyone is.
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90% of those ain't even gonna last more than 2 years, y u bein so desperate boi/gyal? Uni is where the hot tings at (you can interpret this in whichever way you want) so just put yer head down and these 2 years will go by in a flash.
I knowwww, that’s what I’m trying to do at least
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No not everyone is.
“Everyone” aka the majority
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They're just destined to fail anyway.
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Its been half a term and everyone is already in relationships, honestly I don’t even have a crush but it still makes me feel so lonely 😂
And...? Why does it make you feel lonely? Don't you have any friends? If you have friends then you shouldn't feel lonely and if you can't make friends then how do you expect to get a girlfriend? Anyways, sixth form is only two years and chances are you'll leave the people in sixth form behind once you leave so it'll be difficult to maintain a relationship regardless.
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“Everyone” aka the majority
Why not just say "most people in sixth form are in a relationship" if you don't mean "everyone"?
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Don't worry. I feel exactly the same way - it seems like everyone in my sixth form is in a relationship but me. And the frustrating thing is, I have a really bad crush on this girl, but I am just too afraid to ask her out. But really, don't worry, not everyone has to be in a relationship aged 16 or 17, though it may seem like you do to conform. Most people aren't mature enough at this age to have a relationship anyway, so really, don't worry.
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I'm sure it isn't everyone. And in any case, most of those relationships won't last past sixth-form (if they even last the duration of sixth form!). A relationship may help you get the D, but it won't help you get an A*!
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I'm sure it isn't everyone. And in any case, most of those relationships won't last past sixth-form (if they even last the duration of sixth form!). A relationship may help you get the D, but it won't help you get an A*!
Hahahahahah good one
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I didnt say it wasnt
So what's the point of this thread then? Do you want advice or sympathy?
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So what's the point of this thread then? Do you want advice or sympathy?
....i dont actually know to be honest...to get it off my chest?
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So what's the point of this thread then? Do you want advice or sympathy?
Anyway grades and relationships can easily be two mutually exclusive things
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