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By  Olovio  |  5

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By  Olovio  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  happysmartg  |  5

No, not really. Some people are really smart but don't do good on tests/exams. And OP, I'm pretty sure your aunt doesn't think bad of you. She sent you a good luck card for Pete's sake and she said a nice message. First, it's the thought that counts and second, it doesn't necessarily mean she thinks you won't do well. Don't take things so personal.

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  adjacent  |  2

You said "for" your aunt, and not "from" It took me a few times to read this to understand what was going on because of that, hopefully your test isn't in English :P

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  Donniehw  |  5

65 is totally right... they probably hate you because your beautiful and they aren't... or it's like a Facebook thing and they're like, "Hey... Australians. Let's hate on this chick!"

By  mrahhhhh  |  17

A good luck card just for exams? Jesus, if it's one of those premade cards, that's a bit much. Of course what else can I expect from the businesses that retool existing holidays or make their own just to sell extra cards?

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  mrahhhhh  |  17

So do the SATs, but they don't get their own cards here. And that's from America, where the weirdest and most useless ass products are on store shelves due to it being the one of the most capitalist places on the planet, second only to places such as Hong Kong.

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  mrahhhhh  |  17

It's a mixed bag, but I love it too. I love that we have the freedom to sell anything we want (as long as it's safe). Our free economy is why we have the greatest patents taken out per capita on the entire planet.

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