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  FatalFist
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heyy...ur sarcasm will not sit nicely wid the queen u know!!!
Dont MocK Thy Art Of Winning the plastic thingY/
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Ha, little to they know that I am the real queen. See, right there in my name. Queen Padmè Skywalker. Very Happy

And I didn't even need the plastic tiara.
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I love school!

Just thought I'd mention that. Smile
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Would you love it even more if you had the tiara? Razz
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My English class is really depressing this year. English has always been one of my favourite subjects up till now. There's virtually no writing involved (except for essays Confused ), no creativity and no joy whatsoever. Basically what we do is read depressing articles and novels (ie, gangs, drugs, falsley accused guys, the Depression, migrant workers, the death penalty, wellfare, the legalization of marijuana...) and comment about them. Now, I understand we need to be trained for the 'real world', but isn't this a little over the top? I would prefer if, at least once in a while, we learned about good things in the world or, at least, examples of what we should do, instead of always what we shouldn't.
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I feel for you, Reep. I love my English class because we get to be creative and my instructor is always excited about our ideas. Hope things get better!
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Thanks Padme. Smile I still do writing in my spare time and am getting a lot of inspiration for a book I'm trying to write, so don't feel too bad for me.
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Reepicheep wrote:
My English class is really depressing this year. English has always been one of my favourite subjects up till now. There's virtually no writing involved (except for essays Confused ), no creativity and no joy whatsoever. Basically what we do is read depressing articles and novels (ie, gangs, drugs, falsley accused guys, the Depression, migrant workers, the death penalty, wellfare, the legalization of marijuana...) and comment about them. Now, I understand we need to be trained for the 'real world', but isn't this a little over the top? I would prefer if, at least once in a while, we learned about good things in the world or, at least, examples of what we should do, instead of always what we shouldn't.


Urmm...Thats actually fun by my standards=D
Writing dark stuff is always easier...Tons of Synonyms to explain them dark subjects.
While writing sth comical is soooooooo not easy=(

And therz very little good stuff in this world=p,,,I remember my Olvels teacher used to scold me for writing too darK...she said it shud be lighter stuff so the examiner doesnt feel all depressed Rolling Eyes
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To each his own, I guess. Neutral
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well most I like school because I like my teachers and everyone in my class. and some lessons like art and english
but school has given me too much work... even at christmas *sniff sniff*
sometimes it feels like all I ever do is school... then when I'm not, the homework ! Sad


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That's good to hear you have a good attitude. If you read my earlier posts, you will see that I loathe school. Razz
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lol, I think most people loathe school ^___^
it's annoying when you have to learn really complicated things in math that you know you'll never use.

and right now i have to research universities... even though it will be 4 years before I'm old enough to go. and to write a cv. this seems a bit pointless since i have no qualifications, and i'm not even old enough to work anyway. it's this work that i hate doing. it is a waste of time Sad


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Reepicheep wrote:
My English class is really depressing this year. English has always been one of my favourite subjects up till now. There's virtually no writing involved (except for essays Confused ), no creativity and no joy whatsoever. Basically what we do is read depressing articles and novels (ie, gangs, drugs, falsley accused guys, the Depression, migrant workers, the death penalty, wellfare, the legalization of marijuana...) and comment about them. Now, I understand we need to be trained for the 'real world', but isn't this a little over the top? I would prefer if, at least once in a while, we learned about good things in the world or, at least, examples of what we should do, instead of always what we shouldn't.


Almost the same situation as me. Its not really English anymore. I mean, they should just call it History/English. We talk about building schools in Afganistan, the constitution, and world issues. They really need to figure out the definition of ENGLISH!!
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Weird isn't it? We should complain. How could they turn down kids who want to learn English? Razz
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Reepicheep wrote:
Weird isn't it? We should complain. How could they turn down kids who want to learn English? Razz


Exaclty! We actually want to learn! Shocked Laughing
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