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  • Submitted by Togglebunny on Jan 10, 11 at 5:46pm

    That comma should be a semicolon.

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    Submitted by soko on Jan 10, 11 at 3:59pm

    No bueno!

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    Submitted by lilbabymarj on Jan 11, 11 at 11:17pm

    Been there done that!

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    Submitted by mj007 on Jan 13, 11 at 2:11am

    Hey Me TOO!! but i'm not jailbait lol

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    Submitted by ak1337st on Jan 11, 11 at 1:45pm

    DEE DEE DEE some1 dint graduate, x planes the ms. under standing DEE DEE DEE

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    Submitted by cool_beans on Jan 11, 11 at 4:15am

    How do you graduate high school and are still under 18? If anything you only have a couple months buddy.

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      Submitted by pfcarkansas2010 on Jan 11, 11 at 5:01am

      I'm guessing the guy meant "assumed" graduation date. So it could be something like "Class of 2014," which would make her fifteen at the oldest.

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      Submitted by mj007 on Jan 13, 11 at 2:13am

      by the time you're in highschool, you should know the year you're going to graduate, she probably has that

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    Submitted by cheekspease91 on Jan 11, 11 at 12:57am

    does it really matter mr. technical?? the point is to at least understand what they posted and not their punctuation lol.

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      Submitted by Griffmaster01 on Jan 11, 11 at 8:37am

      It doesn't really matter, but to some people poor English or grammar can signify a lack of education or class.