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By reject / Friday 21 January 2011 23:02 / United Kingdom
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By  perdix  |  29

It's no disgrace to be rejected from Cambridge, that is, if you are talking about the world-class university. If you are talking about the Cambridge School of Dental Floss Recycling, then, yeah, FYL you are an idiot.

By  Doortje  |  26

That sucks. But it's also an opportunity to make new friends. And if you really want to you can keep in touch with your current friends. It'll take some effort, but it's possible. As for Cambridge; I don't know why you got rejected, but if your grades weren't good enough then well.. it's not for everybody.

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By  Doortje  |  26

That sucks. But it's also an opportunity to make new friends. And if you really want to you can keep in touch with your current friends. It'll take some effort, but it's possible. As for Cambridge; I don't know why you got rejected, but if your grades weren't good enough then well.. it's not for everybody.

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  JManHobbs  |  0

Except if she's been rejected already it means she applied this cycle (2011-2012), in which the higher fees don't apply. Bad luck OP, Oxford is better anyway...

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  Doortje  |  26

Step 1: Put your exact question in quotation marks. - Side note: Quotation marks are these things: "" Step 2: Go to google.com Step 3: Put the question in the search bar Step 4: Hit the 'Google search' button Step 5: Click on the third link Step 6: Please kill yourself

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  Doortje  |  26

Everyone is a jerk about this because google will give you the answer in less than 5 seconds. Which means that everyone who asks that question is just a lazy fuck.

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  spanelli  |  16

27- Unless their computer is really slow. In which case, it would still be easier to Google it. Just saying... I still prefer OP to stand for Optimus Prime. :)

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No to mention how easy it is to figure out on your own. Read the context of the statements that contain "OP," "YDI," or "FYL" and it's pretty simple to determine what they mean. I certainly never had to ask anyone or Google anything. Even if you can't figure out EXACTLY what it means, you should be able to get the jist of it fairly easy

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  fthku  |  13

Oh yeah, it's a well known fact that if you wanted to know anything before Google was made, you had to be a wizard. Sarcasm aside, I'm sure that's not what she meant.

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