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By watchmaker - / Wednesday 16 December 2009 09:37 / United Kingdom
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I think the school should let them leave if they have free periods. I mean either make them take pointless classes to fill the time or allow them to leave. They shouldn't be caged in.

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well if you didn't have class till 1pm you didn't break any rules you weren't there in the first place so it's not "leaving" campus it's "arriving in time for school"

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I think it was a misunderstanding. I think #24 thought that number 6 was dissing number 3, and didn't realize they were the same person. So I think 24 was yelling at 6 to not make fun of 3, while not realizing that 6 was correcting her own error at number 3. Make sense?

I think the school should let them leave if they have free periods. I mean either make them take pointless classes to fill the time or allow them to leave. They shouldn't be caged in.

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Yeah, I was about to say that, it's very Americanised for a post from the UK. Oh well. And #14, I've been all around the UK and I have never heard anyone call a car park a 'parking lot'. Just saying.

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Why would you hope they're American?? Why does this matter in any way, whatsoever? I'm from New Zealand and we speak British Enligsh but would say any of these things. Just depends on the person. There's a lot of American TV in the UK also.

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I was just about to say this. And most of us don't use these words very often at all, to the extent that it's really jarring for me to hear them an English accent.

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I have to say he's british. He said he had no 'lessons'. Americans use the word "class", I have yet to hear lessons used except for something like "piano lessons".

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