[SimSig] Regular game - PART 2 (Mon or Fri)

Which day would you prefer for SimSig multiplayer?


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yorkie

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There was no clear majority last time, but Monday and Friday looked popular.

Personally I feel Monday is probably better on the basis that people are less likely to be out on a Monday. Also if there is a forum trip/meet on the Saturday people may be making preperations for that.

But I'll put it to the vote!

Please only vote if you can participate fairly regularly ;)
 
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I'm one of the only people who picked Friday - I have homework to do on Monday!!
 

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laverack2 said:
I'm one of the only people who picked Friday - I have homework to do on Monday!!
The SimSig game wont start til about 7pm/7:30pm I'd guess so you have a couple of hours before that to do homework. Also, any homework due on Tuesday could be done before Monday :)
 

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Unless he gets unlucky and it gets set on Monday. Try doing it on the bus or at breaktime, or even when the teacher isn't looking. Worked for me
 

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clagmonster said:
Unless he gets unlucky and it gets set on Monday. Try doing it on the bus or at breaktime, or even when the teacher isn't looking. Worked for me
They're not allowed to set homework for the next day.

I used to do Art homework that was supposed to take 30 mins at registration time (taking 5-10 mins) and still get an "Excellent" for it :lol:
 

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yorkie said:
clagmonster said:
Unless he gets unlucky and it gets set on Monday. Try doing it on the bus or at breaktime, or even when the teacher isn't looking. Worked for me
They're not allowed to set homework for the next day.

I used to do Art homework that was supposed to take 30 mins at registration time (taking 5-10 mins) and still get an "Excellent" for it :lol:

Alright for some :D :P
 

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I've done homework on the 0725 Sargeants service to Hereford before, failed it miserably.

If you have homework, do it at home. You have a better chance of getting it done right (I'd imagine you'd have more space at home to spread out research books, etc), plus you can make it look tidier too.

yorkie, art is easy to fluke! You could just chuck a ton of red paint at a canvas, then call it 'a vent of anger' or something and get a good mark for it.

(Art, btw, is something I cannot see the point in)
 
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I voted Friday too, as I do occasionally play SimSig but unfortunately, me being in a grammar school n'all, I get about 3 hours of homework a night (and they are allowed to give us homework for the next day).
 

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I wish I could join your club Jon. :P

My school as usual sets Homework for the next day. Which has just reminded me to start on my 3 page story which is due in tommorrow. :rolleyes:
 

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Mwahahahaha, In yr11 I dont actually think I did ANY Homework, as the Teachers at our school where very very Slack, and I didn't do much in Year 10 either, if I did, I did it in class.
 

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Simming said:
Mwahahahaha, In yr11 I dont actually think I did ANY Homework, as the Teachers at our school where very very Slack, and I didn't do much in Year 10 either, if I did, I did it in class.

hehe me too!
 
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