Neal Asher Message Board
posts on 4/11/2006 6:01:50 PM
no, sometimes after school, if your on a sports team and you have to wait for practice to start, they have something a study hall...but i dont really consider it study hall because its after school. i have 7 periods a day of normal classes (actually, 8 next year...which means 2 maths for me...dreading that)
posts on 4/11/2006 5:24:18 PM
I live in Wisconsin. Don't you? Well, we do. Actually if you're not planning on getting into an ivy league (WOAH! SP) COllege than you can have as many as 3
posts on 4/11/2006 5:14:03 PM
Where do you live trixy? im from maryland...but we don't have study hall here, although when me and my sister want to disclude our parents in a conversation we're having it comes in quite handy....its rather useful at times if you have someone else who understands it too...although i don't really know anyone except my sister and a few of my neighbors who actually know it well.
posts on 4/11/2006 4:53:15 PM
Haha...I'll bet it's convenient! ;) Nope, I don't live in England. I live in the USA...North Carolina to be more specific. :)
posts on 4/11/2006 4:49:03 PM
I really like talking in SL Tiffany. It's loads of fun when you're not allowed to talk during study hall. Do you live in England?
posts on 4/10/2006 6:33:06 PM
ha ha, i know a bit more than that...and the deaf boy in my neighborhood moved a while ago...so i forgot a lot of what i learned too. but its still cool to know some of it.
posts on 4/10/2006 6:16:54 PM
That's cool Ashley! I tried learning sign language a couple years ago. I studied it for months. And there was a deaf guy that went to my church and I thought it would be cool to have a conversation with him. But I moved before I learned enough to actually carry on a conversation, and then I just gave it up because I got bored of it. ;) And right now the only thing I remember is the alphabet and "yes" and "no." lol
posts on 4/10/2006 5:54:14 PM
ha ha...well good for you. at least you enjoy your job...and potato...i like acting too! i do it in the summer with some friends (at a camp...and then we perform for a bunch of people)...so thats pretty fun. and you can only say hello in 8 languages? you have a lot to learn! lol. adios, ciao, adiau, do svidanja (i can also sing head, shoulders, knees and toes in russian), salut, au revoir, wiedersehen, aloha, shalom, farvel, addiu (my grandmother was from sicily) ,goodbye...and i can also say it in sign language (not that it is very difficult to do that last one...there used to be a deaf boy living in my neighborhood, so i know a lot of sign language)keep working on the hello's ♥
posts on 4/10/2006 4:55:26 PM
Well, seeing as we are introducing ourselves...I am Jenny, I live in England and I am a bus driver. I am not telling you how old I am cos I am a lot older than you guys and dont want to be treated differently! When I was a teen I wanted to do all sorts of jobs and certainly never thought I would drive buses for a living! But hey, I love it!
posts on 4/10/2006 4:49:27 PM
hey! im 11, and i live in pennsylvania. i like softball(i play for a team), volleyball(i dont play, but would like to), swimming, acting, and (duh)reading. i think id like to be a fashion designer. i actually keep a notebook full of designs. sometimes. but, i usually just draw on random sheets of paper. i also like saying hello in foreign languages. and in slang. so far, ive only discovered 8.
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