well, my dance class is cra-Z!! i seriously get annoyed with all the stress, instigated by ignorant people. a few of my friends and i are in that class. we take things seriously, so the teacher focuses on us alot. my teacher has tried to help the others yet they refuse to even give her the respect she deserves. this is why she doesn't care whether they participate or not. then all of a sudden, they want to act neglected! i don't understand why they need to complain for her attention when they can't even give her the respect she deserves for putting up with all their attitude, complaints, and disrespect! why did they even choose this class if they weren't going to do anything but give attitude?
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