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When do you finish your homework?
Posted 12/8/10
When I'm not knackered and have the time and energy to do it, and do it properly. My lecturer staples McDonald's applications to failed tests, he does not mess around. Were expected to pull it out of the bag every single time or he will chuck you off the course.
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Posted 12/8/10
around 9pm to 1 am...that'll be from right after i get off school
i consider 8 pm to be early xD
now i find myself waking up at 4am just to exercise
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Posted 12/8/10
as soon as its given to me if I have time (and I often did) or as soon as I got home. never needed any distractions from life. Homework took time from life. Therefore I viewed it as a big distraction. It needed to be taken out of the way.
Posted 12/8/10
Always at 2:00 clock at the morning... for some dam reason tht's always the time, it's mainly cuz i procrastinate until i start actually doing the work... still get 80-95 grade so it's still good XD
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Posted 12/8/10 , edited 12/8/10

Chained_Angel wrote:

When I'm not knackered and have the time and energy to do it, and do it properly. My lecturer staples McDonald's applications to failed tests, he does not mess around. Were expected to pull it out of the bag every single time or he will chuck you off the course.


I can't understand what your writing about.

I think it's an American/British english clash.
I'm American
Posted 12/9/10

reita187 wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:

When I'm not knackered and have the time and energy to do it, and do it properly. My lecturer staples McDonald's applications to failed tests, he does not mess around. Were expected to pull it out of the bag every single time or he will chuck you off the course.


I can't understand what your writing about.

I think it's an American/British english clash.
I'm American


Knackered = Tired

Chuck = Throw

I'm English/Japanese, that there was English slang right there.


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Posted 12/9/10
I wake up earlier than usual to do it on the morning it's due at.
Posted 12/12/10
10 seconds after i get it
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Posted 12/12/10
I always procrastinate first. LOL. By the time I'm done it's usually like 11 p.m.
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Posted 12/12/10

Chained_Angel wrote:


reita187 wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:

When I'm not knackered and have the time and energy to do it, and do it properly. My lecturer staples McDonald's applications to failed tests, he does not mess around. Were expected to pull it out of the bag every single time or he will chuck you off the course.


I can't understand what your writing about.

I think it's an American/British english clash.
I'm American


Knackered = Tired

Chuck = Throw

I'm English/Japanese, that there was English slang right there.




Yeah, I know all those words. Known them for a while now. And I'm American, lived in Northern California almost my entire life.
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Posted 12/13/10
dependsa...
sometimes i finish it early
sometimes i start it at home and finish at school
most times i do it all just before passing
sometimes i pass it late, depending on the teacher's attitude
Posted 12/13/10

Birdygurl wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:


reita187 wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:

When I'm not knackered and have the time and energy to do it, and do it properly. My lecturer staples McDonald's applications to failed tests, he does not mess around. Were expected to pull it out of the bag every single time or he will chuck you off the course.


I can't understand what your writing about.

I think it's an American/British english clash.
I'm American


Knackered = Tired

Chuck = Throw

I'm English/Japanese, that there was English slang right there.




Yeah, I know all those words. Known them for a while now. And I'm American, lived in Northern California almost my entire life.


*high five* Lol its fun to know that our slang has cracked the states.

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Posted 12/14/10

Chained_Angel wrote:


Birdygurl wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:


reita187 wrote:


Chained_Angel wrote:

When I'm not knackered and have the time and energy to do it, and do it properly. My lecturer staples McDonald's applications to failed tests, he does not mess around. Were expected to pull it out of the bag every single time or he will chuck you off the course.


I can't understand what your writing about.

I think it's an American/British english clash.
I'm American


Knackered = Tired

Chuck = Throw

I'm English/Japanese, that there was English slang right there.




Yeah, I know all those words. Known them for a while now. And I'm American, lived in Northern California almost my entire life.


*high five* Lol its fun to know that our slang has cracked the states.



Lol yes! *high fives you*
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Posted 12/14/10
whenever I feel like it.
Which usually results in it not getting done...
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Posted 12/14/10
When I get home from school.
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