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By teepee / Friday 13 November 2009 15:53 / United Kingdom
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By  perdix  |  29

(My first attempt at this comment seems to have disappeared. Sorry if it's a double post.) Oddly enough, your professor is going to be laughing in Gradeworld and you will let out yet another prolonged, creepy groan in Failworld. Enjoy your never-ending stay in Parentsbasementworld.

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By  prttyyngthng  |  0

YDI. Don't fall asleep in lecture... also... This is not FML worthy... this is more like "F today's class session."

By  Chelsee_fml  |  0

I'd like people to star at me too. idk how people could star at you, but kudos on that. Normally people starE a other people, but you get people to star! Please learn how to spell correctly. Also, YDI for sleeping in class.

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  Iroquois_fml  |  0

@dun_dun_dun: Yes it does. "I woke up to see everyone within a 5 meter radius staring at me". And it actually is spelled correctly. http://www.aolsvc.merriam-webster.aol.com/dictionary/staring

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  nick339  |  0

#4: I know FML tells us to be respectful... But you're probably the biggest idiot I've seen on this website. Next time you try to be condescending, at least make sure you're right about it. Dumbass.

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  loganberrybat  |  11

Excuse me dickhead, but when describing the act of someone looking at you with a stare the correct way to spell it is 'staring' and not 'stareing'. So why don't you learn how to spell

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  crazytoaster  |  2

Plus, the imperial system is for douches. @ OP It's ok man (yep, clearly assuming. How sexist of me), i fell asleep during one of the end of year exams once. I started snoring really loud. Your not alone. P.S Fuck Academics and their boringness.

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  Iroquois_fml  |  0

#9, Muphry's Law dictates that any criticism of the speech or writing of others will itself contain at least one error of usage or spelling. Just something amusing to think about. (Intentional misspelling of Murphy's Law, by the way). :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muphry's_law

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