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Thread: 'Duties' at later Secondary School (6th form)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    I also was perfect...at escaping and going for a fag!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    ‘Perfects’ is a bit cocky


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    Haha damned auto correct, some did think they were perfect though
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    Quote Originally Posted by HG View Post
    Haha damned auto correct, some did think they were perfect though
    True


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Oddly enough whenever I could I avoided my English lessons as we had a nasty , girl obsessed ,male teacher with horrible yellow , staring eyes - I seem to have ‘deleted’ a lot of his ‘behaviour’ but I recall him belting the back of the lad’s heads from behind with a thick text book , with no warning..

    Anyways being Aspergers and unwilling / unable to participate in drama lessons I was allowed to do the lighting / sound / props for the others .... soooo there was a basement room UNDER the stage and I went there to hide whilst many of my English lessons were on


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    That seems like a very good place to hide!
    I remember our geography teacher was very strict, he would throw our exercise books at us after he'd marked them, and our French teacher would ban us from talking unless we spoke in French, we had a science teacher who reminded us of a mad scientist but in a nice way as he brought humour and fun into our lessons.
    Drama was fun too, until i hung on the stage curtain, and then heard a ripping sound as i almost tore it down! Haha! ☺

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    ‘Perfects’ is a bit cocky
    More like a сoсk-up...
    I am now in my 40s (just in case anyone asks).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post

    Anyways being Aspergers and unwilling / unable to participate in drama lessons I was allowed to do the lighting / sound / props for the others .... soooo there was a basement room UNDER the stage and I went there to hide whilst many of my English lessons were on
    That's one good thing about those lessons - there is always something else to do when it's difficult to do what the majority of the class are doing.
    I am now in my 40s (just in case anyone asks).

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