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Expect it, it's going to get you in the STOMACH
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Re: Expect it, it's going to get you in the STOMACH

WasabiClock Wrote:So yesterday, i had half of a huge french homework that was given the day before as homework, i actually had the time to do only a half of it, when the teacher checks it, she says "Oh you're going to have a detention during the lunch" while i actually CARED about doing a half of it + The fact that i had no lunch, only money to spend on food, which required me to go get, which i didn't have to do or i would miss the detention, i tried to argument about it but she didn't give a shit.

So basically i ate nothing yesterday lunch because of this wrecked system

Wtf? They didn't let you eat for the whole day?
You should be able to sue their ass.
05-24-2008 12:52 AM
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