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Is there a version of this site made for the USA? I joined this site not knowing it was for the UK.
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I think this site is for everyone, not just UK only.
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Well as long as you don't care about it having loads of things about GCSEs and A levels then this site is still great for an American.
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It's for everyone. Lately it's been full of US Americans anyway, what's one more?
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It's for everyone. Lately it's been full of US Americans anyway, what's one more?
I find Americans interesting (laughing face emoji)
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I find Americans interesting (laughing face emoji)
Some of my dearest friends have been from the US. We joke about where others are from, sure - but all jokes aside, I've met some truly exceptional people from across the pond.
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people from across the pond.
😂 love it
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😂 love it
TSR being referred to *a pond* amazing :laugh:
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(Original post by hxnnxh_13.11.06)
TSR being referred to *a pond* amazing :laugh:
I thought that they were referring to the Atlantic.
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TSR being referred to *a pond* amazing :laugh:
It's just a common phrase when referring to US or UK i.e. across the pond from each other.
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It's just a common phrase when referring to US or UK i.e. across the pond from each other.
Me being uncultured
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It's just a common phrase when referring to US or UK i.e. across the pond from each other.
Ohh right makes sense now sorry
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Me being uncultured
The emojis on here were made in 2006! So blurry and they don't even have a laughing face but I still love it.
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There is an American site that's similar I remember hearing about a while back but I don't think it was very good haha.

I've seen people from all over on here really, it's just predominantly A-Levels, GCSE, IB academically.
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