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    work v. tight my optimistic friend!, also i would get none done. but its volleyball... with a bunch of people who don't speak english let alone hit the ball... AND I HATE THE TEACHER. granted i can just take the piss, but i would much rather sit in the common room with a hot chocolate and watch a movie
    so how can you use the work excuse if you arent working? Admittedly volleyball sounds rubbish - not that Ive played. Does it matter that they don't speak english. Is communication important? There are worse sports anyway. Rugby in the middle of winter is not fun. Anyway, exercise will do you good. . Work will be fine. What difference does an hour make?
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    so how can you use the work excuse if you arent working? Admittedly volleyball sounds rubbish - not that Ive played. Does it matter that they don't speak english. Is communication important? There are worse sports anyway. Rugby in the middle of winter is not fun. Anyway, exercise will do you good. . Work will be fine. What difference does an hour make?
    nooooooooooooo... i want to skive *puts on puppy dog eyes* please let me...
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    dont question it! CELEBRATE!
    I intend to :party:
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    you need an excuse that'll get you permanent permission to skip class... tell her you actually have a problem on your knee or something of the sort and that you can't do any exercise unless accompanied by a specialist or something (best friend did that, although in her case it's true)
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    nooooooooooooo... i want to skive *puts on puppy dog eyes* please let me...
    Dont look at me like that young lady! hehe

    Anyhow. I wish I was fit & did sport. Although I have the advantage that I didnt have to do it for A-level Im in a pretty terrible state. hehe. Just imagine the toned body and strappin muscles you get from playing Volleyball hehe
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    you need an excuse that'll get you permanent permission to skip class... tell her you actually have a problem on your knee or something of the sort and that you can't do any exercise unless accompanied by a specialist or something (best friend did that, although in her case it's true)
    see now that was a definite possibility. but problem was, i needed an issue that would get me of the compulsory games lesson, but NOT the extra i do, which i enjoy. tricky, let me tell you!
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    Dont look at me like that young lady! hehe

    Anyhow. I wish I was fit & did sport. Although I have the advantage that I didnt have to do it for A-level Im in a pretty terrible state. hehe. Just imagine the toned body and strappin muscles you get from playing Volleyball hehe
    eugh. me no want muscles. i think they look weird on girls. i mean toned is good... but hard core muscles are weird. i dont wanna gooooooooooo
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    eugh. me no want muscles. i think they look weird on girls. i mean toned is good... but hard core muscles are weird. i dont wanna gooooooooooo
    I didnt mean muscles like that. This isnt weightlifting you know .
    Just not weedy little arms. I mean hey thats what Im stuck with and its even worse on a guy
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    I didnt mean muscles like that. This isnt weightlifting you know .
    Just not weedy little arms. I mean hey thats what Im stuck with and its even worse on a guy
    depends how tho. on a guy it can look nice if he's all model like and starving artisty. thats how i like them anyway!
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    depends how tho. on a guy it can look nice if he's all model like and starving artisty. thats how i like them anyway!
    Sadly not me. Model like - HA HA and HA again :p:

    So what you doing then. Decisions decisions :confused: :confused:
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    Sadly not me. Model like - HA HA and HA again :p:

    So what you doing then. Decisions decisions :confused: :confused:
    welll funy thing is that i am actually sick. i'm like the boy who cried wolf. only i'm a girl... and i didn't actually cry wolf- hey you know what i mean?! i'm tired and my eyes are blurry. i should probably go to bed!
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    welll funy thing is that i am actually sick. i'm like the boy who cried wolf. only i'm a girl... and i didn't actually cry wolf- hey you know what i mean?! i'm tired and my eyes are blurry. i should probably go to bed!
    oh dear Well your sorted then. Cant you get a sick note. And yes sleep is good. I really ought to do more of... :sleep:
 
 
 
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