This teacher is not dull....

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This teacher is not dull....

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You need to go to 1:30 for the rap battle to begin,and you need to listen to the 17 yr olds bollox,but it's worth it to hear the teacher's stuff...

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I confess it was difficult for me to get through this, but it was worth it for the teacher. :clap:
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:silent:
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2 rounds to 1
Teacher won the first round by a clear margin, lost the second round badly and edged the last.
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blimey, restraint from both of them ! I can imagine a punch up or two outside of the circus.

The young lad sadly was not stupid, and came across as bright, but Mr Grist spanked him, my only worry is that his employers hear of this, and he will be sacked for the slightly un PC things he came out with.....entertaining in it's own way though. How did you come across this?
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The sprog was trounced.

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Now that teacher had lyrics! :D
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poppydoodlesdad wrote: :silent:
What he said!
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jimbo wrote:. How did you come across this?

I enter these type of 'face-offs' in my part time.....it's a sort of hobby of mine.
I have over 200 different 'bling' baseball caps and stupid looking t-shirts just for these events. I also have almost 50 different types of jeans/trousers custom made for me,with the crotch hanging to a very specific 3.57 inches from the ground. I am currently on the lookout for some shiny white baseball boots which have a tongue that is at least 28 inches long and has 200 lace holes.
It is a dangerous hobby as,in the past 6 months,i have experienced no less than 14 different jewellery related injuries...the most painful was a compressed disc in my upper back.It was my own fault...i pushed the envelope and went for extra bling;unfortunately when i put the 5th gold rope and dog tag combo around my neck knew i had gone too far.
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Respect bro

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scooter wrote:Respect bro

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Isn't it "respec"? The youngster was surprisingly articulate.
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village wrote:I enter these type of 'face-offs' in my part time.....it's a sort of hobby of mine.
I have over 200 different 'bling' baseball caps and stupid looking t-shirts just for these events. I also have almost 50 different types of jeans/trousers custom made for me,with the crotch hanging to a very specific 3.57 inches from the ground. I am currently on the lookout for some shiny white baseball boots which have a tongue that is at least 28 inches long and has 200 lace holes.
It is a dangerous hobby as,in the past 6 months,i have experienced no less than 14 different jewellery related injuries...the most painful was a compressed disc in my upper back.It was my own fault...i pushed the envelope and went for extra bling;unfortunately when i put the 5th gold rope and dog tag combo around my neck knew i had gone too far.
I know all this to be true.
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Leo David wrote:
scooter wrote:Respect bro

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Isn't it "respec"? The youngster was surprisingly articulate.
Not in my urban dictionary it ain't.

Why you be dissin' me?

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scooter wrote:
Leo David wrote:
scooter wrote:Respect bro

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Isn't it "respec"? The youngster was surprisingly articulate.
Not in my urban dictionary it ain't.

Why you be dissin' me?

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That's perfectly OK old chap.

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