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post #126 of 133
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Originally Posted by csirip
fyi, im being 100% facetious. i dont really discuss blow jobs in public like those obnoxious twats at your local starbucks.
I got that.

And I totally see your side of things, but I also uh...how do I put this nicely...don't generally hang out with people...umm...like you. I hope that doesn't sound rude. I'm a bit of a goody-goody, and most of the people I hang out with are the same.
post #127 of 133
as far as i know csirip is a goody-goody too. i think you guys would really hit it off.
post #128 of 133
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Originally Posted by IAmRenee
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Originally Posted by matthewaaron
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Originally Posted by missmk
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Originally Posted by jetta_07
i discuss politics with my friends at this point in my life, but when i was 14-15 I never had any sort of political/philosophical conservations with my friends. many people your age will mature and become interested in more intellectual things as they get older....
yes, but you see, most of my good friends whom I talk to a lot are not my age. Or anywhere near it.

and asking me to 'loosen up' would be changing who I am. I am a loose person, but I can appear rather tight because, well, it's who I am. But I do have friends, I do do things with them on the weekends, and everything. I am in high school, you know.
its one thing to be mature for your age. its another thing to try to act older than you really are. i've always ran with an older crowd so i know how it rolls. there were times when i acted like i had everything figure out only to realize how completely clueless i actually was/am. i suggested you 'loosen up' a bit because a few years down the line you will realize how much struggling to pay bills, working all the time, and never getting out of school can suck the life out of you. enjoy the freedom that comes with being your age.
Yes do enjoy the freedom. I read in a thread that you can't wait to get a job... I had those same thoughts when I was your age. but it's one thing to work, just because you want to. Adn you can just decide you don't want to go to work, so you won't. Or you'd rather be doing something else. But it's a totally different thing when you have to work, because you have bills to pay. I was soooo happy when I got my first job. And boy, let me tell you, that happiness wears off. All the jobs I worked at, I had to deal with rude and idiotic people. People who smelled like they never took a shower....
I want to ask you this here, because I don't remember what thread it was that you said you wanted to get a job, and you'll get one, when you get your workers permit. Where will you be able to work? Where do you wnat to work? (I mean now, not later on in life). You don't have to answer if you don't want to.
But I know when I was 14/15 even with a workers permit you could only get a job at McDonalds, or Burger King, or any other fast food restaurant. That may be because of child labor laws. And some places around here, where I live won't hire you unless you're 18. But I don't know how it's like where you live.
So enjoy your freedom and your life.
Here's the thing, why I want a job.

a) I like expensive clothes, and my parents won't buy them

and also because as of now, I am expected to shell out over 2000 dollars before next june. And there's no way I can make that kind of money on my own. My parents make me live independently, it's part of their thing. And honestly, I think it's made me believe a lot more in the work ethic. I don't want to be a workaholic, but I want to have security in knowing I'm not taking charity--even if it be from my parents. I'm very independent.

Trust me, I enjoy my freedom..oh, yes. I will enjoy it even more, though, when I turn 16.

and, renee, just for the record, the cleaners about a 1/2 block from my house hires kids at 15 with a workers permit, and they pay decently, close at 6, not open sundays, etc. I'd only be working 3 hours a day TOPS.

But, hey, it's not going to happen anyway. I also would like to work because when I'm in college, juggling school and work, I want to know how by then. Because I'm going to have to work in college, that's for sure.
post #129 of 133
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Originally Posted by jetsetter
as far as i know csirip is a goody-goody too. i think you guys would really hit it off.
yea, unlike the people i hang out with, i dont snort lines of coke off of the dennys' toilet seat.

missmk lets go to bible study together!
post #130 of 133
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Originally Posted by csirip
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Originally Posted by jetsetter
as far as i know csirip is a goody-goody too. i think you guys would really hit it off.
yea, unlike the people i hang out with, i dont snort lines of coke off of the dennys' toilet seat.

missmk lets go to bible study together!
hey, I actually do go to bible study!!!
post #131 of 133
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Originally Posted by missmk
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Originally Posted by IAmRenee
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Originally Posted by matthewaaron
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Originally Posted by missmk
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Originally Posted by jetta_07
i discuss politics with my friends at this point in my life, but when i was 14-15 I never had any sort of political/philosophical conservations with my friends. many people your age will mature and become interested in more intellectual things as they get older....
yes, but you see, most of my good friends whom I talk to a lot are not my age. Or anywhere near it.

and asking me to 'loosen up' would be changing who I am. I am a loose person, but I can appear rather tight because, well, it's who I am. But I do have friends, I do do things with them on the weekends, and everything. I am in high school, you know.
its one thing to be mature for your age. its another thing to try to act older than you really are. i've always ran with an older crowd so i know how it rolls. there were times when i acted like i had everything figure out only to realize how completely clueless i actually was/am. i suggested you 'loosen up' a bit because a few years down the line you will realize how much struggling to pay bills, working all the time, and never getting out of school can suck the life out of you. enjoy the freedom that comes with being your age.
Yes do enjoy the freedom. I read in a thread that you can't wait to get a job... I had those same thoughts when I was your age. but it's one thing to work, just because you want to. Adn you can just decide you don't want to go to work, so you won't. Or you'd rather be doing something else. But it's a totally different thing when you have to work, because you have bills to pay. I was soooo happy when I got my first job. And boy, let me tell you, that happiness wears off. All the jobs I worked at, I had to deal with rude and idiotic people. People who smelled like they never took a shower....
I want to ask you this here, because I don't remember what thread it was that you said you wanted to get a job, and you'll get one, when you get your workers permit. Where will you be able to work? Where do you wnat to work? (I mean now, not later on in life). You don't have to answer if you don't want to.
But I know when I was 14/15 even with a workers permit you could only get a job at McDonalds, or Burger King, or any other fast food restaurant. That may be because of child labor laws. And some places around here, where I live won't hire you unless you're 18. But I don't know how it's like where you live.
So enjoy your freedom and your life.
Here's the thing, why I want a job.

a) I like expensive clothes, and my parents won't buy them

and also because as of now, I am expected to shell out over 2000 dollars before next june. And there's no way I can make that kind of money on my own. My parents make me live independently, it's part of their thing. And honestly, I think it's made me believe a lot more in the work ethic. I don't want to be a workaholic, but I want to have security in knowing I'm not taking charity--even if it be from my parents. I'm very independent.

Trust me, I enjoy my freedom..oh, yes. I will enjoy it even more, though, when I turn 16.

and, renee, just for the record, the cleaners about a 1/2 block from my house hires kids at 15 with a workers permit, and they pay decently, close at 6, not open sundays, etc. I'd only be working 3 hours a day TOPS.

But, hey, it's not going to happen anyway. I also would like to work because when I'm in college, juggling school and work, I want to know how by then. Because I'm going to have to work in college, that's for sure.
how do your parents expect you to shell out $2000 without having a job?
i think the job at the cleaners sounds pretty good. i worked 3 hrs a day at an after school program my senior year of h.s. and i still had plenty of time for schoolwork/friends. good luck getting a job
post #132 of 133
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Originally Posted by jetta_07
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Originally Posted by missmk
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Originally Posted by IAmRenee
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Originally Posted by matthewaaron
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Originally Posted by missmk
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Originally Posted by jetta_07
i discuss politics with my friends at this point in my life, but when i was 14-15 I never had any sort of political/philosophical conservations with my friends. many people your age will mature and become interested in more intellectual things as they get older....
yes, but you see, most of my good friends whom I talk to a lot are not my age. Or anywhere near it.

and asking me to 'loosen up' would be changing who I am. I am a loose person, but I can appear rather tight because, well, it's who I am. But I do have friends, I do do things with them on the weekends, and everything. I am in high school, you know.
its one thing to be mature for your age. its another thing to try to act older than you really are. i've always ran with an older crowd so i know how it rolls. there were times when i acted like i had everything figure out only to realize how completely clueless i actually was/am. i suggested you 'loosen up' a bit because a few years down the line you will realize how much struggling to pay bills, working all the time, and never getting out of school can suck the life out of you. enjoy the freedom that comes with being your age.
Yes do enjoy the freedom. I read in a thread that you can't wait to get a job... I had those same thoughts when I was your age. but it's one thing to work, just because you want to. Adn you can just decide you don't want to go to work, so you won't. Or you'd rather be doing something else. But it's a totally different thing when you have to work, because you have bills to pay. I was soooo happy when I got my first job. And boy, let me tell you, that happiness wears off. All the jobs I worked at, I had to deal with rude and idiotic people. People who smelled like they never took a shower....
I want to ask you this here, because I don't remember what thread it was that you said you wanted to get a job, and you'll get one, when you get your workers permit. Where will you be able to work? Where do you wnat to work? (I mean now, not later on in life). You don't have to answer if you don't want to.
But I know when I was 14/15 even with a workers permit you could only get a job at McDonalds, or Burger King, or any other fast food restaurant. That may be because of child labor laws. And some places around here, where I live won't hire you unless you're 18. But I don't know how it's like where you live.
So enjoy your freedom and your life.
Here's the thing, why I want a job.

a) I like expensive clothes, and my parents won't buy them

and also because as of now, I am expected to shell out over 2000 dollars before next june. And there's no way I can make that kind of money on my own. My parents make me live independently, it's part of their thing. And honestly, I think it's made me believe a lot more in the work ethic. I don't want to be a workaholic, but I want to have security in knowing I'm not taking charity--even if it be from my parents. I'm very independent.

Trust me, I enjoy my freedom..oh, yes. I will enjoy it even more, though, when I turn 16.

and, renee, just for the record, the cleaners about a 1/2 block from my house hires kids at 15 with a workers permit, and they pay decently, close at 6, not open sundays, etc. I'd only be working 3 hours a day TOPS.

But, hey, it's not going to happen anyway. I also would like to work because when I'm in college, juggling school and work, I want to know how by then. Because I'm going to have to work in college, that's for sure.
how do your parents expect you to shell out $2000 without having a job?
i think the job at the cleaners sounds pretty good. i worked 3 hrs a day at an after school program my senior year of h.s. and i still had plenty of time for schoolwork/friends. good luck getting a job
my thoughts exactly. my mom keeps promising she'll pay but she never does, so it's kind of all fallen on my shoulders.

The only thing is I can't apply yet because my best friend is 17 and wants a job there really bad...and I can't steal her position!
post #133 of 133
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Originally Posted by jetsetter
people who dress really horrible can sometimes annoy the crap out of me.
I usually only feel this way strongly at Burning Man. I'm hugely into bizarre costuming, and those who can't be bothered f*** me right off.
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