By Jayne - 29/03/2012 04:45 - United States
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I don't think #1 was picking zits in his/her class. You have no proof! Oh, you meant OP? Then go make your own post instead of thread jacking. Sorry if I sound mean I'm on hour 7 of 10 into my shift at a children's play place. But you know...I do have a point. (also I realize that this is in some sense thread jacking so there's no need to point it out).
You could've just acted like you didn't know, would've saved you the embarrassment
It seems so goddamn simple and obvious, doesn't it #3? but for some reason, I see FMLs like OP's more often than not. I can't for the life of me understand why they always think they have to say the actual, embarrassing reason instead of saying, well, anything else really.
Ohhh. Ok. For a second there I thought you were bleeding from somewhere else
There's no reason to speak into the microphone.... If you didn't, I'm pretty sure no one would have heard you considering it would be a relatively large lecture theatre. Sucks if he asked you this while you were still sitting in your seat amongst your fellow class mates, and had to yell so he could hear you.
marinus- You just answered your own question. You said it is a large theater yourself. So, assuming this is true, and the students were being relatively quiet, even a pin drop would sound like a bomb going off, let alone a conversation between the prof. and student. Ever heard of an echo?
I should say you are mildly exaggerating regarding the amplifying effect of a large theatre on sound, #26. Even in a big, quiet theatre, a conversation held between two specific people would most definitely not be heard throughout the entire place- unless they would be yelling it, of course. This has nothing to do with marinus' comments, of course, just yours. Specifically the pin-drop bomb-like part.
26, do you even go to college? In my lecture theatres the prof cannot speak to the audience without the use of a microphone. The sound of a pin dropping going off like a bomb is highly unlikely. Not even under exam conditions would I hear a pin drop on the floor.
Perhaps your teacher or a classmate will gift you with some ProActiv. Take care of your skin OP!
59- there is more to skincare than washing your face. It's using the right cleanser, it's exfoliating so the pores don't clog, it's replenishing the moisture levels that even the most gentle of cleansers will strip away. One of the biggest mistakes I've seen teens make is to use a face wash for oily skin and then not moisturize. It actually will make you more oily because your skin tries to rehydrate with your oil glands verses water from a moisturizer. I'm not saying you will never breakout but consistently following a proper skincare routine will definitely keep you from being able to play connect the dots with your blemishes.
What part of go to the dermatologist don't you people understand? If Proactive or any other over the counter products don't clear up your skin, get a prescription for something that will. If your hormones are that absolutely out of whack, get on some medicine to regulate them because it's not good for ANY part of your body for your hormones to be that bad. Or if you don't want to do that, put some goddam concealer and foundation on so we don't have to see it.