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By justgivemethed / Thursday 25 April 2013 07:55 / United States - Westminster
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  _DudeGuy_  |  16

Op, you might hate his guts, but you love the rest of him! Is that why you want him to give you a D?

By  Talooka  |  10

Tell him he's really good and build up his confidence to play in front of a crowd. After he's booed off stage, tell him his performance gets him a D.

By  SoulAmeliorate  |  16

He wants the D Someone better D-liver it!

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  Welshite  |  39

I'm tougher than your mother. There's nothing better than biting into raw liver, and feeling the blood drip down your chin. I use the blood on my hands to paint pictures too. My best drawing so far has been of a flower.

By  perdix  |  29

But I thought Snickers really satisfy. Hey, you get paid by the hour, so the more time he wastes with Beavis and Butthead humor, the more you get paid for doing nothing.

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  _DudeGuy_  |  16

Where does it say "by the hour"? I've been tutored by the class before. Not to forget, if the kid doesn't learn anything, OP could get fired.

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  Sir_ND_Pity  |  35

19 - It is fair for 6 to make the assumption that it is by the hour since that is how most tutoring services charge. Also, there is a difference between negligence and unwillingness on the part of the tutor and on the part of the student. If the student is unwilling to learn and purposely not trying to learn, that is not the fault of the tutor. OP is more likely to quit than get fired.

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  SneezyC  |  15

I'm in band and unless op has private tutoring with people, op doesn't get paid. I've been tutored when I switched instruments, I got tutored during band class at school.

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  _DudeGuy_  |  16

I'm going to be honest, I am sitting here trying to figure out what that even means. Will someone be kind enough to inform me?

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