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    so, a lot of my mates at school were skiving lessons and getting away with it, me and my mate are thinking about doing the same thing, should I? and should I bring my phone or na? cuz music'll cause too much noise (I don't wanna get caught)
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    (Original post by Anonylol)
    so, a lot of my mates at school were skiving lessons and getting away with it, me and my mate are thinking about doing the same thing, should I? and should I bring my phone or na? cuz music'll cause too much noise (I don't wanna get caught)
    Erm. What's wrong with education?:hmmm:
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    You're doing it because your friends are doing it? :rolleyes:
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    yolo. not.

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    But in case you're being genuine, then don't. Just because your mates are doing it doesn't mean it's right. I went mitching with a friend once in Year 11 and learned from my mistake. Unless you want to get in deep trouble, avoid it at all costs. Education is important.
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    (Original post by Anonylol)
    so, a lot of my mates at school were skiving lessons and getting away with it, me and my mate are thinking about doing the same thing, should I? and should I bring my phone or na? cuz music'll cause too much noise (I don't wanna get caught)
    If all your mates started playing on railway lines, would you?
 
 
 
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