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By lamb-chop / Tuesday 2 December 2008 06:32 / France
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By  TheVerne  |  0

I can't believe she said that! It doesn't matter whether or not your parents are super smart. And they could well be brilliant and just never had the right chances in life. My grandfather was brilliant but his family was very poor so he ended up working in the coal mines all his life.

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By  Eir_fml  |  0

I wouldn't be surprised to have gotten that comment myself. My mom cleans, my dad worked at some chemical plant. And I'm frequently told I'm brilliant.

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  Dukekamono  |  5

I believe this is sarcasm. Maybe?

By  TheVerne  |  0

I can't believe she said that! It doesn't matter whether or not your parents are super smart. And they could well be brilliant and just never had the right chances in life. My grandfather was brilliant but his family was very poor so he ended up working in the coal mines all his life.

By  rawchelllll  |  0

Wowww. Normally we just THINK those things. She said it out loud! Props for taking that hahah. But yeah, quit her class.

By  mel_ancholy  |  0

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  Rhianne  |  0

The professor was surprised because the OP is clever and likely intelligent, but his/her parents worked at jobs that are often looked down upon. Cleaning and bus driving don't exactly take the most mental activity, but that doesn't mean that the people who hold those jobs are unintelligent.

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