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ladys and gents my name is drew dunn and i am eighteen and have been to school but i learnt evrything i earn a living of from my dad a fully trained sailing instructor and teacher / mechanical fitter and boat builder and i love it cos well who needs science and pe and germen evan though i dont no it fluenty i can pseak german and french
so just remember i hated school and learnt more from a guy who has never been to school and now i work for the biggutest steel manufacturer in the world and am a fully trained sailing instructor who next summer is going to build his own boat from scatch


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ladys and gents my name is drew dunn and i am eighteen and have been to school but i learnt evrything i earn a living of from my dad a fully trained sailing instructor and teacher / mechanical fitter and boat builder and i love it cos well who needs science and pe and germen evan though i dont no it fluenty i can pseak german and french
so just remember i hated school and learnt more from a guy who has never been to school and now i work for the biggutest steel manufacturer in the world and am a fully trained sailing instructor who next summer is going to build his own boat from scatch
I find it hard to believe that you've been to school when my nephew has a better command of the English language, and better spelling and grammar to boot, and he is just 10. In your one paragraph above, I count over a dozen spelling and punctuation errors alone... UGH.

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I find it hard to believe that you've been to school when my nephew has a better command of the English language, and better spelling and grammar to boot, and he is just 10. In your one paragraph above, I count over a dozen spelling and punctuation errors alone... UGH.
Oh gawd. It looks like everone's messin' whit eatother 'ere.
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