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    (Original post by -WhySoSerious?)


    I'm starting to get pretty nervous now :sad:
    Not you too :sad:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    Well if me saying that in any way changes the results of the exams he sat before I even knew of his existence, then please God, smite me down now.
    I didn't say it did.
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    (Original post by LH123)
    What does that have to do with the saying, "Ignorance is bliss"?
    I thought I pretty much explained that in my previous post, didn't I? You said that there's nothing we can do to change our results since the exams were a couple of months ago. I said that ignorance is bliss, referring to the lack of knowledge about the exam results, but because it's come to all of our attention that the time when we'll no longer be ignorant is fast approaching (and the immediate impact on our lives will be revealed), we're starting to brick it (as it were). That is, not the voluntary response to the situation that you seem to be implying.
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    I thought I pretty much explained that in my previous post, didn't I? You said that there's nothing we can do to change our results since the exams were a couple of months ago. I said that ignorance is bliss, referring to the lack of knowledge about the exam results, but because it's come to all of our attention that the time when we'll no longer be ignorant is fast approaching (and the immediate impact on our lives will be revealed), we're starting to brick it (as it were). That is, not the voluntary response to the situation that you seem to be implying.
    Yeah, but whilst one is still ignorant one should remain blissful, if that cliché is one to go by.

    (Original post by sleekchic)
    I didn't say it did.
    Well how am I supposed to know if he failed or not? :sad:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    Not you Aman, of all people.

    Man up.
    I had a scary dream! I don't want it to happen in real life :bawling:

    (Original post by sleekchic)
    Not you too
    :bawling:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    Well how am I supposed to know if he failed or not? :sad:
    I thought you were cool and could read minds and see the future and stuff. :emo:
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    i need AAA to get into Bath, and my insurance is AABc to get into Bristol
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    (Original post by -WhySoSerious?)
    I had a scary dream! I don't want it to happen in real life :bawling:
    What happened in said dream? :console:
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    (Original post by sleekchic)
    I thought you were cool and could read minds and see the future and stuff. :emo:
    You must be confusing me with one of your floozies. :talkhand:
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    at first glance I thought this thread was about AAA batteries
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    Awww I am not alone, I so need AAA for both my insurance and firm,,, GOD I so want AAA...
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    (Original post by LH123)
    You must be confusing me with one of your floozies. :talkhand:
    :erm: what floozies?

    we can't get warned in study help can we?
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    theres nothing you can do about it now

    you shouldn't have applied and aimed so high if you can't hack it
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    Yup, need AAA to be able to apply for my course next year. Ah well.
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    I need AAAC.

    :sigh:

    I pray to God I've done enough. :angel:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    What happened in said dream?
    They were emotionally scarring, i've removed them from my mind

    i got like 3 B's had to go into clearing, dropped out of uni, became a crack addict and died in the street.

    Well, maybe not the last bit, but the first




    the other one was alright though
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    (Original post by -WhySoSerious?)
    They were emotionally scarring, i've removed them from my mind

    i got like 3 B's had to go into clearing, dropped out of uni, became a crack addict and died in the street.

    Well, maybe not the last bit, but the first




    the other one was alright though
    The last bit was the best bit. :sad:

    A dirty dream? :no:

    (Original post by sleekchic)
    :erm: what floozies?

    we can't get warned in study help can we?
    You tell me. :hmmm:

    And probably, the mods hate me. :emo:
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    (Original post by -WhySoSerious?)
    They were emotionally scarring, i've removed them from my mind

    i got like 3 B's had to go into clearing, dropped out of uni, became a crack addict and died in the street.

    Well, maybe not the last bit, but the first



    the other one was alright though
    lol

    I remember for AS results day I dreamt I had done really well and got all As and then I got my results and had 2 Ds. :rofl2:
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    (Original post by LH123)
    You tell me. :hmmm:

    And probably, the mods hate me. :emo:
    You're my only floozie

    I wouldn't want your bad habits to taint me.

    I haven't been warned in a while. :angel:
 
 
 
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