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If you put ur mind to it..

If u remembered last time i challenged tlm to get an A in either maths or english. As a reward, i told him that i will give him my nintendo ds lite.

He got his maths result first and it wasn't good. This was due to him not understanding some of the questions and not enuff time.

All the other subjects were as expected but since tlm's school had their english week, he didn't get his english result until today.

My boy got an A for his english. I'm pleasantly surprised. I mean he is getting better with his english, but i didn't expect to see him did as well as he did.

So a deal is a deal. Congratulations tlm, ur now the proud owner of ur daddy's faithful nintendo ds.

But we're not responsible parents if we can't insert some form of escape clause into the whole deal. Tlm can keep the ds provided that he maintains the A for his future exams.

Hopefully that will be incentive enuff for him to work even harder.

See la how eh?
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