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Am I unbelievably f* thick?

Am I unbelievably f* thick? Topic: Dvd case stands
July 22, 2019 / By Donella
Question: This afternoon I was at a friends house and I was looking for a charger for my phone there because it had run out of battery. There was a plug stand and with loads of plugs in it and the phone charger was tangled up in loads of other wires. Anyway, whilst I was looking at a way of untangling it, I decided to pull the plug out in case it made the untangling easier. However I pulled the plug for the dvd player out when the dvd was on. Although we were able to get the dvd to the last scene we were on, the incident just made me feel like an absolute moron.
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Caryl Caryl | 5 days ago
We all make mistakes! It's nothing to worry about... If it makes you feel better, I had a 6th form interview yesterday at this amazing school, and I couldn't do 13x14 :/
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Caryl Originally Answered: I take unbelievably long to write papers. What do I do?
Sounds like you may be over-thinking the writing process. Providing you've done sufficient research, then it shouldn't be necessary to think too much whilst actually producing a paper. In fact, make a conscious effort just to write whatever comes into your head about the topic. Don't worry about spelling, grammar or structure. Then once you have completed a paper that is close to your word limit, go back and edit it. I suspect that even if it involves considerable rewriting, this method of working will prove to be much quicker for you.

Angie Angie
nah u made a mistake. theres nothing wrong with that. no one will remember in like 2 weeks. your fine haha ive done way worse stuff than that
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Angie Originally Answered: Lying Coworker is Unbelievably Lazy?
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Angie Originally Answered: Lying Coworker is Unbelievably Lazy?
I can't imagine why the supervisor isn't doing anything about it. One idea is for several of you to keep track of the things she does for a few days and then, all together, ask to meet with your supervisor and calmly let him or her know what's been going on. If that doesn't work, you can always go to HR but I'd use that as a last resort.

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