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Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Eloise on 17 May 2003 11:15pm
 
We all seem to be in Nottinghamshire, how cool!
Tis a small world after all, etc
Ello
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Llieno on 17 May 2003 11:19pm
 
I'm still wondering how when I join a world Michael Palin community, so many many members turn out to be people the same age as me in the same area of the same country.
Is geography your favourite subject by any chance?
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Pole_2_Pole on 17 May 2003 11:20pm
 
Mr. Denya! Yeah - He never taught me, but that's that!
How crazy - Notts is a small Palinite Hub!

Ed
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Pole_2_Pole on 17 May 2003 11:21pm
 
Yes, after Music. I'm a musican by heart. but i still find geog v interesting. Oh, and English!

Ed
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Llieno on 17 May 2003 11:21pm
 
Maybe we could all meet up in the Market Square someday (after we'd made sure none of us are weird paedophiles) and then maybe we go on some pointlessly long world journey...
Or maybe not...
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Llieno on 17 May 2003 11:23pm
 
I also love music, although I foolishly didn't concentrate on it much when I was younger and never learnt an instrument...
English is great fun, I'm a writer in my spare time. Although so much of English nowadays is not creative, just talking about stuff from the evil NEAB Anthology
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Eloise on 17 May 2003 11:35pm
 
Sorry, gave up Geography. Do history, though. Tis me fav subject.
i'd love to meet up with fellow palinites of my age in Nottingham sometime.
if, when, whatever, we do meet, lets go somewhere public, so we cant get dragged off and murdered! lol
maybe the fountain in Vic center, after exams? when is everyone's last exam? mine's on 17th of June, afertoon.
Swap email adresses first? is that ok?
mine's [email protected]

Ed, Mr Denyer's sooooo boring, think yourself lucky you weren't stuck with him for 2 yrs, lol
Ello
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Sophie-Louise on 17 May 2003 11:36pm
 
hi everybody,

i broke up for study leave last friday and to be honest i miss the old routine of lessons, it feels wierd. But at least there is some good news......

NO MORE CHEMISTRY! WOO HOO!

I am going to burn my Chemistry books straight after my exam,i'm getting excited about it already! No offence if anyone enjoys it!! : )

I can't wait till sixth form to concentrate on the subjects i really enjoy....... Geography and Art all the way!

I am not from Nottingham like you guys, but i am from Lincoln, just down the A46!

Love you all,

Sophie-Lou
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Pole_2_Pole on 17 May 2003 11:37pm
 
Do you like geog? i think having a good teacher is a key factor. For my three favouties (Eng, Music, geog)my teachers are so fantastic!
It's there fault I like them! lol
 
Re: School's out for Summer...I mean GCSE's by Eloise on 17 May 2003 11:39pm
 
ditto on the chem, Sophie-Lou!
my geo teacher's were abit "odd"!
ahhhhhhh, nice subjects, eng, history, RE, biology. much better than maths!
ello
 
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