5-Star Comments

by on September 9, 2011
  • martha514 says:
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    I think that this is the top of a shoe lace the bit that is harder than the rest. I looked at it on a shoe and the soft bit is part of the kind of wool. It is also the bit with plastic around it. I hope I'm right.

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  • bm says:
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    I have to admit I spend a lot of time on my phone during the night, I spend roughly 21 hours on my phone in the night time per week. But in my honest opinion I think that is the better thing to be doing because I'm not tired when I wake up for school in the morning, the main reason I thinks it's okay is that we sleep 1/3 of our lives. I find that ridiculous so I just go on my phone for 3 hours or so in the night and I probably don't spend 1/3 of my life sleeping, probably more like 1/4 or something like that. I understand too why this is shocking to some people but maybe they just get tired in the morning after spending some of the night on their phone where as I don't, as I already mentioned.

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  • seanchez says:
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    I'm an Arsenal fan so naturally I want Southampton to win. Even though I think United will win I don't want them to. I simply think Man Utd's front three is to strong. Zlatan, Mikitahrian and Martial running at Jose Fonte. I'm not so sure. Southampton do have firepower of their own with the like of Long, Rodriguez and Gabiadini but not anything that will challenge united's front three. I am afraid that Man Utd fans will brag about winning this if they don't get top four this season. Also of course Mourinho will somehow use it against Arsenal when we finish 2 places above. Not much to say about this match but good enough maybe for a 5 star comment?

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  • mta97 says:
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    I like school, but its okay. You get to see your friends in school but when you leave primary school they could be going to a different secondary school and you would miss them. When your in primary school you don't have exams but you do have exams in secondary school. I'm only in fourth class and I'm the oldest in fourth class. When your in secondary school you finish at four a clock but in our school the junior and senior infants go home at two a clock and first class up to sixth class go home at three a clock. Primary school would have less homework but when your in secondary school you could nearly be three hours or four hours studying your homework. On your first day of secondary school you wouldn't be used to secondary school but you would get use to it day by day and I am sure you might be tired when you come home. I think the school days is the best day of your life because you get to learn in school.

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  • bm says:
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    I can't wait to see what Despicable Me 3 will be like, but my honest opinion is that people will not like it because peoples' expectations are far too high and they will most likely be disappointed with the newest of the Despicable Me series. I also can't wait to see Cars 3 as well and I actually do think that will be good. I'm not to excited for the movie Coco because it doesn't sound good but I will add it to my 'to see list' as well because it could actually be good. I also hate the way they are not releasing the second minions untill three years!

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  • bm says:
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    This is a question I've been asking myself all throughout my life and I've always said that the chicken came first, and if I read this article the chicken came first so I'm right! I love these kind of articles because if you ask one of my friends, she will tell you I love facts, and I do. So thank you Clic News for this article and keeps articles like this coming!

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  • seanchez says:
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    Despite all his criticism recently I actually don't mind him. I think the media and specificly The Wall Street Journal took lots of things out of context. I saw his response video and his video on Fiver and I think he is simply telling people how ridiculous this site is and how far people will go just for five dollars. I wouldn't hold up that anti-semitic sign for 500 dollars let alone 5. Felix did apoligize in a big way in his response video so I don't think you can just keep on landing criticism on him. You can never really be sure what type of person a youtuber is because they give out so little of their personal details which is fair enough really. I think it's majorly unfair that they are dropping Scare PewDiePie because that is something that loads of people put long hours into. I heard Jacksepticeye's view on Scare PewDiePie being dropped and he was quite obviously very sad that it was dropped especially season 2 was going to be him v Felix. What I am surprised about is that Jack didn't support Felix more in a situation like this. Hearing from Markiplier he was quite vocal on his support for Felix. Disney I think are dropping him obviously because of what he said about Jews but I still think he was treated a bit unfairly. That's all I have to say on this my most important message is PewDiePie is definitely not racist.

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  • seanchez says:
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    I'm an Arsenal fan and in my opinion Wenger has taken us as far as he can go. I just think that think that the game has passed him by to much for him to continue. The problem is that when Arsene does go which will be definitely in 2018 if not 2017 Arsenal aren't set up for that change. Just saying if someone like Diego Simione comes in he'll want the transfer budget to be raised dramaticly and I'm not sure if Kronke and Gazidis are willing to do that in aid of the club. But I think the one person on the Arsenal board who would be willing to do that is Ousminov (sorry if I spelled that wrong). I think we should promote Ousminov to a bigger role in the club before he flies off with his friends to Everton because he's already sponsored their training ground. Also of course Simione will most certainly want a great sporting director. I've heard that the likes of Pires, Overmars and Edu are very interested in that job so if we could get an individual who has that affiliation with the club. As for this season I'm actually scared that Spurs will finish above us this season. I think that Spurs could be Europe's next super club along with the likes of Sevilla and RB Leipzig. Chelsea will win the title that's it thank you very much. Man Utd I think will definitely not get top four this season. Liverpool are definitely growing but we think much alike that they're not just ready yet. I think that Man City will come higher then you predict, actually I'll just do my predictions here. 1st Chelsea, 2nd Man City 3rd (pains me to say) Spurs 4th Arsenal 5th Liverpool 6th Man Utd. There my top six predictions hopefully you agree with me even though you probably didn't.

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  • bm says:
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    I don't like PewDiePie because of the things he posts. I would be more of a sport person and I watch people like the F2 or other soccer freestylers like that. The biggest thing that I don't understand about PewDiePie is his great fame. Like for example he has about 50 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, and another example is that all the celebrities are commenting on his videos, as it mentions in this article, celebs like J.K. Rowling. I only know about this lad because he showed up in my recommendations on YouTube, I hate the way YouTube recommends things I don't like. What I also don't like about him is his comments on Jews, he is also racist, this is the main reasons i don't like him.

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  • shock says:
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    Actually I have a second guess on this close up competition. When I looked at the picture closely I noticed that you could see a little bit of a shoelace. So, my second guess is an aglet.Now if you don't know what an aglet is then I must tell you. An aglet is the tip of a shoelace. I bet you you didn't know that, well there you go A.G.L.E.T aglet. Anyway, I think that it is an aglet because if you have shoes with black laces you should just stop for a moment and look at one of your aglets and then look at the close up picture and then notice the resemblance.

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