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Those Public Schools' Claps!

Discussion in 'NEWS, BOOKS, CULTURE' started by vince, Aug 9, 2004.

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  1. lady_vexy

    lady_vexy Heart that is Sweet

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    ah ha...u guys crack me up u might as well write on book clapping
     
  2. j-hi

    j-hi Active Member

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    uhhh Vince, na me and my former classmates you dey call 'ultimately stupid' plus including my former teachers and head-mistress( hate that denotation ) not to mention my little cousins when still dey nursery school, and their teachers and head-mistress/master who are right now teaching them to clap in that manner.

    I guess it's music for some -- you know, an ordered arrangement of sound that is pleasing to the ear :music-smi
     
  3. j-hi

    j-hi Active Member

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    my eyes!! *blinks* my eyes!! , some one please gimme glasses :glasses

    All these essays for clapping?? wow, this shows the true versatility of this site -- virtually anytthing can be made into a topic of worthy dicussion, man i LOVE NR!!

    oh...and a round of applause to Ola :action-sm
     
  4. bluestocking

    bluestocking Well-Known Member

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    My sentiments exactly.
     
  5. bluestocking

    bluestocking Well-Known Member

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    E Fun OlaMicheal l'atewo, kpa kpa !!,kpa kpa kpa!! Kpa!!
    Again!!!
    kpa kpa !!,kpa kpa kpa!! Kpa!! :action-sm :action-sm ,:lol
     
  6. vince

    vince Well-Known Member

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    This whole essay you just posted up there was nothing other than just a blind sticking up for the way you did things in whatever school you went.I did not see one single solid arguementative point in that long write up,but that is ok,i guess we all have to be loyal to something,even if it is blind loyalty.
    No point pursuing this further,'cos i already made my points very clear as day.
    Moving on! :spiny:
     
  7. OlaMichael

    OlaMichael Don't Suffer Fools Gladly

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    hmmm... would have been better to just admit you missed it a lil this time. Oh well...I think it's a good idea to move on, cos trust me.... you don't even want to get me started on discussing stuff... :rolleyes:

    But hey...like i said...we still be pallies o.... me just like a good debate is all.
     
  8. bluestocking

    bluestocking Well-Known Member

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    @Vince & OlaMichael,aaw you guys,don't tell me the show is over already just when i was beginning to enjoy it.

    I still think clapping the other way is 'local' but i don't think whichever way we clap ultimately affects our development as normal, well adjusted human beings.
     
  9. vince

    vince Well-Known Member

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    There is nothing more to discuss.The arguements have turned stale and boring,as far as i am concern.
     
  10. robeta_021

    robeta_021 Well-Known Member

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    Keyword "DIFFERENT." :bouncy
     
  11. Basquet

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    @OlaMichael
    Remind me not to cross your part. Wow, you sure can maim a person. (Well I think I'll be able to hold my own if that ever happens) All in all good points and great arguments. :action-sm.

    I agree, clapping one way or the other doesn't make much difference.
     
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