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What I was teached at school

Discussion in 'Sports Arena' started by Vandle, 27 Feb 2006.

  1. Vandle

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  2. Gilly

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    :D
     
  3. JohnnyG

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    He's a daft bugger, fancy admitting it:p
    I've always thought it amazing that Posh Spice could be the clever one in a relationship;)
     
  4. CliffyG

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    LOL :D.
     
  5. el_dazza

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    Hahahahaha quality :D :D
     
  6. Smit

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    lol brilliant... :D
     
  7. Big Kev

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    He's his own worst enemy at times. :rolleyes:
     
  8. bramski

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    I don't think it would matter how good at maths he was, he'd still need a calculator to keep on top of his bank account :D
     
  9. G|mp

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    He cant help but put himself in the **** sometimes old Becks :D
     
  10. red11

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    He's a fool for saying it, but I kinda know how he feels, I occasionally help my 9yr old brother with his homework and it's completely different to what I was taught. And some of the strangest stories I've ever read in English as well! lol
     
  11. IceBus

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    Poor guy - at least he's doing the best he can for his kid's education though :)
     
  12. GhostFace

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    Whilst it is funny at least he's honest, he could have easily just lied.
     
  13. Rotty

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    muppet :p
     
  14. NokkonWud

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    Not English, clearly. It's 'taught'. :D
    He is stupid and so clever at the same time =[
     
  15. Gilly

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    No **** :/

    No, he's just stupid.
     
  16. NokkonWud

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    If it comes to making money, believe me, he's a genius.
     
  17. Gilly

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    No he isn't.
     
  18. LeoWyatt

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    his agent is certainly :D

    and argh! as someone said above it's taught!!! grrrr :D
     
  19. cleanbluesky

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    It would have been more better to say taught
     
  20. Big Chris

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    For some reason pages on sky.com won't load on my machine, can someone give me the jist or copy the text?

    I take it he said something about being "teached" in school but I'd like to read the lot.