Boris Johnson stars in Scottish Higher English exam

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Friday, 13 May 2011

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It is a big day today for all the young students in Scotland. Exam fever has taken over as they begin their "Highers". That's not quite an "A" level but then Scotland always has to be different.

Imagine thousands of nervous students opening their exam papers to be faced with a close reading test on: bojo.

Reactions, were, apparently mixed. Many wtf's could be heard and as many phooeys as the invigilators would allow. The braver students could only mutter, this is shite.

Readers of TheSpoof.com will find the article interesting as bojo, floats through his own little world, fantasising over the creeping influence of the PC on every aspect of life. Away with this control by plastic and metal he seems to be advising us. Yes, go and get lost, he advised.

Sadly, our Scottish students, are banned from using their trusty companions during exams, otherwise they would have flooded the social networks this morning.

Education in Scotland, as always, keeps up with modern trends. And, Boris Johnson is trending on the twat top ten.

But, this exam will never beat an English exam in the 1960's in Dundee. The lyrics of Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles) was the 6th year exam. And I sat it.

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