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When I was awaiting test results to find out if I had measles or not and then getting a phone call saying I had measles, a couple of days before I was due to start my GCSE exams.

Also hearing that I might have had to retake the year because of this
Oh no that would be my worst nightmare
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Am I right in assuming that they made some racist assumptions?
Yep. We knew who each other were as well and I stupidly brushed it off.
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I had just joined a new school andsomeone said to me "You would ruin the atmosphere" when I asked why I wasn't invited to an end of year party yet they had invited everyone else in the year group to the party.

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Yep. We knew who each other were as well and I stupidly brushed it off.
Wow. I don’t know how people like that can still exist in modern Britain
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1) No one’s going to marry you looking like that

2) You’re so annoying, can you like go away?

3) You’re such a ****ing *****- my dad

There’s so many more but I can’t remember now
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Oh no that would be my worst nightmare
It was a nightmare, waking up on the day of an exam paralysed from the waist down but lucky it wears off in time to sit an exam knowing you haven’t been able to revise
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"everything about you is awkward"
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“Unfortunately, your father only has a couple of months left to live”
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“Unfortunately, your father only has a couple of months left to live”
So, has your father died or?

Sorry, I know what it’s like to lose someone close to you
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“Unfortunately, your father only has a couple of months left to live”
I’m really sorry x would it be okay with u if I prayed for him tonight?
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So, has your father died or?
Not yet.
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I’m really sorry x would it be okay with u if I prayed for him tonight?
Ah that’s nice of you. Thank you
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Ah that’s nice of you. Thank you
Sorry, edited post as it was a bit insensitive of me, you know we’d rally to support you right?
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Probably not what the intent of the question was, but ..

I got home one evening to find a note saying "gone to hospital", and evidence that my wife had left in a hurry. Upon arriving at A
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"I love you."
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You’re weird is always one that hurts but I don’t know why, it’s not that much of a big deal looking back but at the time it’s awful. Not to mention I had never talked to this girl before and the first thing she says is “you’re a bit weird”.

A boy called me a “fat ****” once, I then later developed an ED and ended up in a mental health hospital for a year. Obviously he didn’t cause it, but it certainly didn’t help.

“You’re never going to get anywhere in life because you don’t talk” or my teacher in the middle of class suddenly going “smile why don’t you, it takes less effort than frowning” when I was actually fine, it’s just my face lol
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'were not going to waste our time with you anymore'- a doctor.
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Probably not what the intent of the question was, but ..

I got home one evening to find a note saying "gone to hospital", and evidence that my wife had left in a hurry. Upon arriving at A&E (having broken a few speed limits), I was told "your son is in the resuscitation room". I almost fainted. He'd was 4 months old, and had an anaphylactic reaction.
Is he ok now? I know a friend of mine whose sister died after suffering from an allergic reaction
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My brother told me to go and die in a ditch once
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My brother told me to go and die in a ditch once
Boris?!
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Is he ok now? I know a friend of mine whose sister died after suffering from an allergic reaction
I'm sorry to hear that.

Yes, he was OK. We luckily lived only 3 miles from the hospital. They took their time getting a line into him though, eventually calling a consultant to do it.
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