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    One of my friends was writing on Facebook about someone who was recently in our Maths class. He failed his recent test and was forced to leave.

    She wrote 'xxxxxx didn't make the cut!', regarding his failre of a Maths mock that forced him to drop out of the class.

    Does this (the explanation mark) sound like that she was happy that he failed?
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    Might be more shocked than happy. Is there a reason why you're asking?
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    lol what? who gives a ****
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    One of my friends was writing on Facebook about someone who was recently in our Maths class. He failed his recent test and was forced to leave.

    She wrote 'xxxxxx didn't make the cut!', regarding his failre of a Maths mock that forced him to drop out of the class.

    Does this (the explanation mark) sound like that she was happy that he failed?
    Could she be shocked? Who knows?

    Does this matter?
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    Just wasn't sure if she was mocking him (i.e. being mean to him/ bullying) or was it just shock. I feel really bad for him, as he is quite a close acquaintance - we speak quite often. - he's been told that if he doesn't improve in his other subjects he'll have to leave altogether.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    One of my friends was writing on Facebook about someone who was recently in our Maths class. He failed his recent test and was forced to leave.

    She wrote 'xxxxxx didn't make the cut!', regarding his failre of a Maths mock that forced him to drop out of the class.

    Does this (the explanation mark) sound like that she was happy that he failed?
    Oh jeez, anyone who knows me knows that short vague posts like that cause the worst drama. She's gonna get a lot of shlt for that.

    Yes, she was making fun of him. Unless she's mentally deficient.

    If she posts everything on Facebook then maybe she's just a strange person who likes to log everything.

    No-one normal would post that thinking it was gonna make people feel good about themselves.

    Don't know her motives though. Is she good in class? Was he a rival? Was he a **** to her?
 
 
 
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