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By terrible kenny / Sunday 30 January 2011 09:24 / United States
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By  emi3611  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  LoonyPheebs  |  0

Can't have school on a Sunday? That really depends on where in the world you are. I have school on Sunday, but on Friday I have no school. In all fairness, this is in New York; however, the FML could have been written any day of the week, but may have been posted days later. Double "gotcha".

By  thelargestidiot  |  0

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  nitewlf12  |  10

Seriously? You're making a sarcastic remark about his intelligence? Learn how to spell before you do that next time. It's spelled you're not your. He is cool, not in possession of it.

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  lolawazhere  |  9

Wow, this is pathetic. This person is either trying to make themselves feel better by lying. or telling the truth. AND you guys are jealous and just fueling her needs.....

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  42

Okay, guys. To settle: The dude's user name is "thelargestidiot". He's calling everyone who didn't get 100 on all their math tests idiots. If his user name is calling him an idiot, wouldn't that mean he didn't get 100 on all his math tests? Yeah... I thought that made sense. He's using sarcasm. No one gets 100 on every math test unless they're purely genius. Edit: I find calculus extremely hard, but then again math is not my forte. To each their own.

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  Tadeusz_fml  |  5

How can you get over 100? Assuming it's percentage, otherwise the figure would've had no frame of reference and been irrelevant and pointless to mention. Ergo you are lying or also very bad at maths.

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  15IowaGurl15  |  0

haha, you guys are funny. Really, there was no need for #2 to post this, just like there is no need for you guys to freak out over it...but thanks for making me laugh.(:

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  ubetrwatchBN  |  5

While teachers do offer extra credit on some tests, one will find that, after high school, any kind of reputable higher math course teacher will offer extra credit very sparingly. It's the remedial stuff in which bulk extra credit is offered for struggling students. This comment is so general that it's easy to assume some things. What kind of math is it? If it's an elementary algebra up to calc 1 test on which you got over 100, not that impressive. If it's in calc 3, diff eq, linear algebra, etc. That's a bit more impressive.

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Dear Acousticpixie14, Would you be ever be so kind to pull your head out of your ass and shut the fuck up? You see, thebiggestloser is bragging and the only insecure asshole is you. Go ahead and now pretend like I'm the insecure one. However, take a good long look at your comments and see if you can get it through your thick-head that just because someone is pointing out another person's mistake does not mean they are insecure.

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  hamburgerjung  |  18

It's not in any case impressive to get a 100% in any class in the USA... I'm from germany and went to the states for an exchange year... 114% was my lowest score and it was still the highest in class. It's more impressive to get through highschool in germany at all then getting a high One in the US. But fck it. Why do you need education if you can have guns right?...

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  sbharani96  |  4

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  kayloh20  |  5

There are some exams where you receive a penalty for the wrong answer (generally if it's multiple choice it would be -0.25 per wrong answer) This is done to discourage guessing.

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  Reasonable  |  4

Sometimes there are extra penalties... My first calc teacher was pretty nice about notation and would take no more than 10 points, even if you screwed up the entire thing. Some teachers might be evil enough to take off 1-5 points for every missed plus C or limit sign.

By  Acousticpixie14  |  6

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  Jmgonzo  |  10

Some people have a hard time understanding math. It's actually very common for people to fail advanced math classes like calculus. So obviously, you're just an obnoxious asshole

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  nitewlf12  |  10

Really? Did you seriously post the EXACT same thing as a response to two peoples' comment? And you said that THEY look dumb and idiotic? Really? That makes you look stupid and unoriginal. Quit being a haterif you're not going to be original about it.

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  ubetrwatchBN  |  5

You approach the limit of the class's mirth at your misfortune as it approaches infinity, then take the integral of that function to find the area of the story of your f'd up life, OP. o_O

By  catkat1988  |  17

"Today, we were getting test results back for a calculus test that I'd had a lot of trouble with, so needless to say, I was nervous. The teacher announced that someone had received a negative grade on the test, which only served to heighten my nervousity, when someone in the class laughed and said, "Which f*cker managed to get a negative!?" Well, it was me. FML" Seriously, OP, the FML could as well have went like that for another kid in your class. A little respect goes a long way.

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  0___0  |  9

That's how English works. You can make up words and if enough people start using it, it becomes a word. Thanks to Shakespeare we have the word "bubble." So who cares if he uses a made-up word? Everyone still understands what he means.

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