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Confidence is when you write "answer key" on the top of your test, amirite?

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Or writing "Answers may vary" for the essay portion.

Boufakas avatar Boufaka Yeah You Are +46Reply

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Confidence is when your write an "A" on your paper before you even turn it in

Ruiners avatar Ruiner Yeah You Are +3Reply
@Ruiner Confidence is when your write an "A" on your paper before you even turn it in

I should do that in geometry. I know exactly what my teacher writes and we have the same green marker.

KirstenAnns avatar KirstenAnn Yeah You Are +2Reply
@KirstenAnn I should do that in geometry. I know exactly what my teacher writes and we have the same green marker.

This might actually work out if your teacher had terrible memory. Gets to your paper and then like, "Oh, I must have graded this already, less work for me!" and then moves on. Not a bad idea for my calculus teacher, actually...

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@This might actually work out if your teacher had terrible memory. Gets to your paper and then like, "Oh, I must...

I don't think it'd matter because I've never not gotten 100% on one of those tests.

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Somebody reply to this, please.
I wanna see if notifications for the amirite app show up in the bar thingy.
Click that reply button down there and type stuff.

Ram27s avatar Ram27 Yeah You Are 0Reply

And then proceed to draw ninjas battling wizards in the spaces provided for answers.

@lonely_jew No, that's if you're "average".

So what would an above average student do?

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@1611420

Why do you make the assumption that I'm poking fun at mlia? I'm simply referencing the fact that many mlia posts are very similar to what you said.

http://www.mylifeisaverage.com/story/3242389/
http://www.mylifeisaverage.com/story/2549081/
http://www.mylifeisaverage.com/s/267009/
http://www.mylifeisaverage.com/story/179809/share/
http://www.mylifeisaverage.com/story/717147/

I do my homework.

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@1611402

Tricky! What website is this again?

What the fuccck? I don't GET IT. THIS POST SUCKS ASS.

@PirateProstitute What the fuccck? I don't GET IT. THIS POST SUCKS ASS.

So you criticize a post just because you're not smart enough to understand it?

@Exploding_Chickens So you criticize a post just because you're not smart enough to understand it?

I like how this is so relevant to everything, seriously you guys should quit getting so butt hurt

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@1611358

"It's what you get given"? Obviously you didn't write the answer key for grammar tests

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@1611366

I think it´s meant to be "it's what you are given" or "it's what you get" and not both at the same time.

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@1611380

It's redundant, such as saying "I made drawn a picture" or "You consumed eaten some food".

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@1611440

I see. Alright, you're right, but it does sound silly, and I prefer "i was given".

@1611440

"Get given" is grammatically incorrect. As Nacklefoodle said, it's either "are given" (or some form of "to be"), or just "get".

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@1611940

They are gramatically incorrect. The correct verb that would go there would be some form of "to be". The verb "got" is the past tense of "to get", which is NOT a helping verb. This means that any form of "to get" cannot be paired with another verb, unless that verb is a helping verb, such as "would", "could", "is", etc. Look for yourself: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/get. Under no definition is "got" revered as a helping verb, therefore nullifying "got blamed", "got served", and "got given".

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@1611989

I hope you realize that just because it's on Google doesn't mean your argument's been won. That's still gramatically incorrect, no matter what you say. You can't fight grammar. And for "go served", read the first definition: http://www.urbandictionary.com/...20got%20served.

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@1612009

You're just proving yourself wrong. From the Urban Dictionary definition:
"1. you got served
Colloquial vernacular to express the status of one who is the recipient of a subpoena, which more commonly would be expressed as 'You've been served' or 'Consider yourself served.' "
I'm not sure if you're just being stubborn because you don't want to admit you're wrong or you're just really dumb. None of your sources actually back you up, they're practically admitting you're wrong.

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@1611989

I love Whacka in Paper Mario. And Super Paper Mario

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@1611366

"It's what you are given." <- You'll be happy to see I added the period, even though I consider a comment on a blogging website and a proper sentence in English literature two different things.

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@1611376

What country are you from? I have never spoken that way, but now that I think about it, the exact same sentence structure is in Italian. I'd be curious to know how they're similar.

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@1611444

Maybe its the European way? Who knows.

@1611376

Thanks for your grammar lesson, Whacka! I'll meet you behind the barn next Tuesday for an algebra lesson. How x equaled y, and why!

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