Friday, June 17, 2011

Working Hard... or Hardly Working...?

I'm working hard, trust me guys! ^_^
I know it's been forever since I've updated My Alphabetical Uglacy on The Sims 3 website, and I feel awful about it. But if everything goes as planned, the new chapter should be up Sunday morning! :-)
And then after that, things should go back to normal since next Thursday is my last day of school! :-D

14 comments:

  1. I hate you. Your last day is Thursday! Mine is JULY 15th.

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  2. Yikes! O.O
    At least you'll be smarter than me... lol!

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  3. I already am.
    And yes, it sucks.

    By the way, don't steal MY sentences!

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  4. What sentences?
    And who said you're smarter than me? :P
    I happen to be in all honors classes and made the Honors Society and I've been on the High Honor Roll all three quarters.

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  5. First, I said that, a long time ago, on your forum. I remembered it when you used it. Seconly, we don't have honors classes, different schools system, remember?

    But I bet you're not going to Paris! (And if you would be/are, how good are you with French? I bet you can't beat me, I've been going to France every time we could for more than 10 years.)

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  6. Well excuse me for not remembering everything people say on my forum.
    Our school doesn't give the opportunity to go to Paris, hence why I'm not going.
    And I don't take French, I take Spanish, because if you take French here it's a waste. Practically half of the U.S. population in Spanish speaking now.
    And I was just kidding... Sheesh...

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  7. I'm not going with school ^^
    And I only take French BECAUSE I can speak it, it's a very irritating language to write.
    Spanish? I'm jealous. My school offers French, or German. Since I hate German, it's obvious... And well, Europe, your get furthest with a few words German when in Germany, good English when you're everywhere but France, okay-good French when in France, because they speak hardly any English. -.-

    Wow, long comments FTW!

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  8. I'd probably be taking French if I was over there too. It all depends on where you live. Spanish and French are actually pretty similar (there's a French class before I have Spanish, so some of the stuff is left on the board) so it wouldn't be too hard if you wanted to pick it up one day. :)

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  9. True, true. Anyway, maintenant je parle fran├žais.

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  10. *is too lazy to open google tranlate*

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  11. Hehe. It's quite easy, really. Especially if you take Latin...

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  12. My english teacher tried to teach us Latin once...
    That didn't go so well...

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