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For anyone who are back in school or going back to school

Because....
I'm sorry, I had to made that joke but still, I hope you have a wonderful school year weather you're in high school or college (because we know we need a little laughter before we go to that educational prison )
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I love me a spontaneous High School Musical reference.
you can never go wrong with the High School Musical refrence
TROY + GABRIELLA 4-EVA.
this is something I send my friends on Xbox. they call me ranch cuz I be dressin
the main class I want a A in is my coding class because I want to code
@UnnieCakesAli at least you're not going into the EMS program right?
Ambulance training
well yeah pretty much. Emergency Medical Services
oh lol nah
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