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By Samantha - / Thursday 16 August 2012 22:36 / United States - Holt
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  Psych101  |  9

24- Let's hope for OP's sake that she passed, whether it was based on her driving ability or not. Let's hope for everyone else's sake that she passed or failed based on her driving ability.

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  ittsdann  |  6

When I took my drivers test we hit a bump in the first 20 minutes and the muffler fell off. The rest of my time was spent at a garage while it was getting fixed. He passed me.

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  wetqueefa  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

How long was everyone's drivers tests that phrases like "in the first twenty minutes" can be used? The driving part of my drivers exam took less than fifteen minutes and consisted of me driving around the block.

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  bfsd42  |  20

The instructor should have never checked his text messages while administering a driving test. So I hope op passed because the instructor was being very unprofessional.

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  ittsdann  |  6

Well I guess I should have specified it was my driving permit. In new jersey we used to have to take a 6 hour driving course with an instructor before we got passed. Now they make it three 2 hour sessions I think.

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  ittsdann  |  6

Also OP never specified whether it was permit or license. So you people are stupid for telling us how long a test should take when it varies on which thing you are getting.

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  NandaPanda  |  22

#162- all I did for my permit was take a written test on the computer, too... I didn't realize that in some states taking a permit test meant driving... That doesn't really make sense, though. The point of getting your permit is so you can LEARN how to drive. Why would they make you drive to get it?

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  snowby2  |  15

Poor guy :( it sucks that he happened to find out when OP was taking his/her test, but his wife should have told him in person. That is pathetic

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  Rowdey  |  10

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  DocBastard  |  38

Rowdey - "Possibly, but probably not" ranks right up there with some of the most insightful comments ever. It's a good thing "hypocrites" isn't on your profile list of things that piss you off. EDIT: I see Miss Smith beat me to the punch. Damn my slow typing.

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  gracehi  |  31

You can text divorce now??? Gee, I wish I could have done that instead of wasting all that time and money at that court house. Man, what will they come up with next?

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  bsmith9942  |  11

True, he could have been abusive. She may have run away from home while he was at work, and text because she was scared of what he would do if she told him to his face. Although, I can't see a guy with anger management problems sobbing in front of a total stranger.

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  gracehi  |  31

My abusive ex husband would openly sob all the time. It's a method of manipulation. People like that have no shame. Although, I don't know what this guy would gain by sobbing in front of a student.

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  little_one  |  20

Maybe he was boring in bed or overweight and she wanted to trade up. Anything is possible but if my husband was even thinking about divorce wouldn't there be warning signs? I think I'd see it coming if he seemed unhappy or disgruntled but whatever FHL.

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  TurtleSmile  |  14

If your wife just told you she was leaving, would you then treat everyone around you well? It's a natural reaction to be upset, whether that be a just cause to take it out on the OP is entirely different, but the anger would be understandable at the very least.

By  spartans86  |  5

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  weeabaka  |  6

26, you should try to avoid the use of so many commas. Turns out that you can still make the same point without awkwardly squeezing it all into one sentence.

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