Summer Competition – Prize 14

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The last office essentials prize was very popular, so here’s another one for you.

Mini Highlighers and Office Essentials Set

Highlighters

Highlighters

The prize today consists of a pack of 10 mini highlighters along with four little pots of clips and pins.

How to Enter

The topic for today’s comments is:

What was your favourite subject at school?

Mine was music.Β  Or maybe drama.

You have until 8pm this evening (Thursday) to post your comment on this post below.

How to Win

The winner will be chosen at random from all entries.

Don’t forget to refer to the general rules of the Splodz Blogz Summer Competition which are posted here: http://splodzblogz.wordpress.com/2010/08/01/summer-competition/

If you follow me on Twitter please feel free to include your Twitter name in your comment so I can say hi if you win!

48 Responses

  1. Jane Willis

    I’m afraid my favourites were maths and physics. Please don’t hate me!

  2. Catherine Miller

    Mine was Science! Closely followed by Art and Drama.
    @katylittlelady

  3. Danielle Graves

    My favourite was Maths, that’s why I went back to college to take an A Level in it x

  4. Jo Bryan

    English without a doubt especially when my teacher read The Hobbit to us @Jo_Bryan

  5. Yvonne Crossland

    I hated school tbh, but for some reason Maths was always my strong point so I quite enjoyed that.

  6. Emily

    Art, it always felt like a bit of a break between the lessons where you had to really concentrate!

  7. Sarah Rees

    Mine was History, But I actually hated the history teacher. He said I would never even get my GCSE, But I did, and an Alevel and a degree and now I am a History teacher so nuts to him ha ha

  8. REBECCA TOWNSEND

    My favorite subjects at school were maths and physics, but the class I looked forward to the most was English cause I fancied the teacher!!
    @bextow

  9. Jo Kelly

    I used to love maths, but after I while I noticed that I was far better at English, & got A’s in my GCSE’s, so has to be that πŸ˜€

    I went back to college to do A levels last year, I studied biology, chemistry & psychology, & really loved that, every minute of it, got A’s for them too, doing the best in Psychology. However I became ill & had to leave πŸ™ Hoping to go back one day πŸ™‚

  10. Laura

    Got to be music, despite the entirely disorganised way it was delivered!

  11. Carol-Anne

    Mine was maths although I didn’t put in much effort after standard grade and refused to sir my higher πŸ™‚

    @calw

  12. Joanne Rodgers

    French, I went on to teach it πŸ™‚ then I eventually stopped loving it πŸ™‚

  13. Linda Hine

    English, because I was good at it. Least favourite was Maths – God I hated that! Sometimes we had Double Maths – two lessons of sheer torture.

  14. Rachel Dann

    Definetly Music!! It was the only lesson i could get away with making an absolute racket without being sent out of the classroom for being disruptive!!

    @dannclan

  15. Ross shimmon

    British government & Politics was my favourite. It was a really multi disciplinary subject.

  16. dan

    I loved music and art/design but kinda enjoyed maths and r.e. too. Seems a million years ago now tho! (@caldjr)

  17. Jennie

    Looking back, Prob English.. not sure why.. just was! Got a B GCSE and never took it any further.. such a fool!! @j3nn1e

  18. Ruth Longville

    Definitely English and Drama – I was destined for the stage – NOT!!!

  19. Cherylyn Waite

    English lit and language! I loved writing = the teacher said I had a very vivid imagination πŸ˜€

  20. Elaine

    Without a doubt it was English for me – even though ‘wey aye man’ and ‘o y areet pet’ weren’t part of it, I was pretty good at it! Lol
    @sassyele

  21. wendy @kikicomp

    My fav was Maths probably as that was the one I was best at!

  22. stukellyuk

    Mine was Media studies. It paved the way for so many experiences, including me having my own radio show broadcast to over 100,000 people!!!

  23. Emma Sant

    Mine were German and maths. Also enjoyed business studies. I quite like learning and I am now at college studying accountancy. I wish I’d carried on with German after A level because I’ve forgotten most of it now!

    @Green_day87

  24. Trudi Walsh

    I used to love Drama, after I left school I even joined up with our local Theatre Club, got stage fright though when we had to put on a play for our parents to watch!

    @flapjack32

  25. Julie

    Mine was maths too was too scared to say πŸ™‚ I used to be good at it need a calculator now lol

  26. Andrea Barber

    Biology, Chemistry and Physics were my favourite.
    @gingerchick

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