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F'un Exams : The Best Funny Exam Answers from Scotland epub

F'un Exams : The Best Funny Exam Answers from Scotland epub

F'un Exams : The Best Funny Exam Answers from Scotland. Ian Black

F'un Exams : The Best Funny Exam Answers from Scotland
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Author: Ian Black
Number of Pages: 160 pages
Published Date: 07 Nov 2012
Publisher: Black and White Publishing
Publication Country: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Language: English
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781845024895
File size: 28 Mb
File Name: F'un.Exams.The.Best.Funny.Exam.Answers.from.Scotland.pdf
Download Link: F'un Exams The Best Funny Exam Answers from Scotland
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We've all giggled in terror at Scottish exam questions. History: "Discuss the defensive architecture of Scottish medieval castles". But unless you answered: "Because there were no windows in the castles, the archers had to use slits in the walls", you probably haven't made anyone laugh as much as this book will. When asked in Home Eccy to: "Name three typical Scottish dishes", you probably did not write: "A cup, a plate, and a wee saucer with a chip out of it". Or was that you? This collection of hilarious howlers will make you thank your stars that no one noted yours. Or did we?

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