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did i just make a very arrogant mistake?

At my school we're at the stage at which weve selected our hoodies colour,name etc. However, a girl has the same name as me and she put the name on the back of her hoodie. As im head girl for my school, I wrote 'Head Girl' at the back which is known as a nickname by which im referred to by teacher but not really students. Am I being too arrogant?

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LMAO that really made me laugh. It does look a bit dickish walking around school like that.
Original post by Anonymous
At my school we're at the stage at which weve selected our hoodies colour,name etc. However, a girl has the same name as me and she put the name on the back of her hoodie. As im head girl for my school, I wrote 'Head Girl' at the back which is known as a nickname by which im referred to by teacher but not really students. Am I being too arrogant?
Should have made it Head ***** in Charge instead. (HBIC)

lmao.
You made the same post last week, or the week before.
Reply 4
I've seen this kind of thread before. I don't think there are many people in this situation, so it is the same OP? I mean, it isn't everyday I see a person worrying about what text is on the back of their hoodie and posting it on a student forum intended for both revision and procrastination.
Reply 5
Original post by Passwordisyou
LMAO that really made me laugh. It does look a bit dickish walking around school like that.


Would you recommend what I should put at the back instead? I was thinking of writing my name and the initial of my surname but the girl has the same as me
Reply 6
Original post by markova21
You made the same post last week, or the week before.

I only made a tsr account last week

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Loads of people have the same name... Who cares and why does it bother you? Just put what you want but, in my opinion, I'd just have your name.
Original post by Anonymous
Would you recommend what I should put at the back instead? I was thinking of writing my name and the initial of my surname but the girl has the same as me
Reply 8
You keep making these threads. Are you a ****ing fetishist, or something?
Reply 9
Not arrogant at all...a girl at my school did the exact same thing
Reply 10
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=5893936
Sometimes you change your gender, too, the **** is wrong with you?????
Reply 12
OP, you've been completely exposed by Ciel.
Curious that @Ciel. pays so close attention to these moronic threads.

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Original post by Notoriety
Curious that @Ciel. pays so close attention to these moronic threads.


I can spot all these ****ing perverts from a mile away. And they send me into a murderous rage. Every time.
Honestly, not a big deal at all, be confident in your decisions!
Original post by Ciel.
I can spot all these ****ing perverts from a mile away. And they send me into a murderous rage. Every time.

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Original post by Ciel.
I can spot all these ****ing perverts from a mile away. And they send me into a murderous rage. Every time.

Do you want a hug, baba?
Original post by lily0293
Honestly, not a big deal at all, be confident in your decisions!

thanks