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I do recall hearing a song called "The Boston Tea Party", (I can't think of the name of the group/ person)
howard male wrote:I suspect that there are very few forumites who hit their formative years at precisely those strange years of 71 - 73,
I studied it with all the love and fanaticism of a religious zealot and if I had applied 10% of the care and attention I gave to pop to my schoolwork I would have got straight A's instead of barely scraping my way through to a miserable four 'O' levels.
Adam Blake wrote:It's interesting - this brings it all back. I learned very little at my school. It was institutionalised brutality from day one and, as I say, that was a GOOD school!
Con Murphy wrote:Gordon Moore wrote:F-
Not for Nikki's post, surely?
Didn't any of you guys play football? That was a sure way to avoid the worst of the bullying, and a short cut to acceptance with just about every gang going.
nikki akinjinmi wrote:Who knows what would have happened had I written "Coulda Woulda Shoulda".
Gordon Moore wrote:nikki akinjinmi wrote:Who knows what would have happened had I written "Coulda Woulda Shoulda".
Perhaps I was harsh. It is a clever homophonic alliteration, and though not original, was used reflectively and in context with a sensitive approach.
Therefore on appeal you are hereby accorded a II2 degree. We hope you have a successful future in advertising.
The University of Webbery.
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