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  Roevera  |  14

Oh my God OP! Maybe our moms go to a convention where they teach mother's any grade under 98% is the grade of a delinquent.. I got 79% and she almost shit bricks!

  Madden12  |  6

Yes, "almost".. OP you little brat, I bet you care more about the fact that your mom was upset over your test than you personally did about the house almost burning down. Mom and Pop are always gonna provide a roof over your head so you can bring home D's... right?

  XanderJayNix  |  17

Your sister •almost• burned the house down.
You •almost• failed*
I think your sisters almost is worse...

*in my high school 64 or under was failing, not the typical 70=pass

  The_Troller  |  14

15- That sounds just like my mom! Any time my grades drop below 90 she complains about how much of a failure I am. You should've seen what happened when my teacher put a project worth 500 points in as a zero until it was completed. I ended up getting a perfect score in the end but she was freaking out about it every day until then.

  bamagrl410  |  31

But a house tends to cost more than an education... Though not for long with the way tuition prices are skyrocketing.

  thamade1  |  0

Hey dumb ass #6 what is the difference in income between someone with good education and someone like you with none? Multiple mansions... You ugly too

  girl112891  |  7

If I was a mother I'd be upset with both kids, no comparing who's is worse. BUT we only know one side of the story. People have accidents, but you can't accidentally not study.

  AmbrosiaWriter  |  17

I enjoy the fact someone tried to be cool and insult Pentium and ended up getting buried by more votes than Pentium got voted up.

Who's the one who isn't "good at this and for their own sake, should stop?"

  thenomad  |  7

67% may be a passing mark, but assuming that OP is in high school, grades should be more important than ever. My parents would have killed me for grades such as that, because they wanted me to receive as many scholarships as possible. College is expensive...