i put my hand up and got the answer wrong

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so embarrassed
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Just say it was a demon possessing you who put your hand up; or it was the CIA mind control agents who did it
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Just laugh it off as they move you down a set.
At least you tried.
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OK.
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At least u had the confidence to put ur hand up and try the question out I admire thattt but oiii there’s nothing wrong with getting a question wrong u learn from it who cares what ppl think u do u
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It's okay! Try looking at it positively. The fact that you know that you got it wrong means that you will remember the correct answer sooo if that question comes up or something related to it, you're guaranteed to know it.
Also it will build your confidence

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happens to the best of us
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ouch
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LOLOL! I am only kidding; if we make no mistakes, we will never be able to differentiate between right and wrong. Making mistakes is part of the process to become a moral person, and so you should reflect on that experience and say that you were able to learn something from it.
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Get all questions right in the future. or is it get all answers right in the future?
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Well you shouldn't have been holding that many helium balloons should you?
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no one will remember after 10 minutes
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Im usually alright with getting an answer wrong. but if i answered using a really stupid answer id usually be the first one to laugh at my self.
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who else puts their hand up to answer then when you get picked you forgot waht u were gonna say. then towards the end of the lesson randomly go 'i remember'
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What's the question and what answers did you give? :holmes:
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Whoops, I've done that before. The embarassment will pass .
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Can u remember the last time someone else put their hand up and got the answer wrong? If u do, then do u actually care? And if u dont then hey presto that shows that getting answers wrong isn't that big of a deal cos no one actually cares or remembers after 10 seconds
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Who heres called their teacher mom b4 tho
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Who heres called their teacher mom b4 tho
Probably loads of people.
But who has called their mum teacher?
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Well at least u know the right answer now and it shows areas where u need to improve on, but keep making effort and putting your hand up.
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