i also wanted to be a writer and i still think that being a journalist would be cool but, like terry, i dont read or write enough lol
rn i just want someone rich to come into my life so i can leave school after grade 10 and live off of their wealth
im studying to become a journalist and i dont know how to read
"Believing in something makes it happen. If you can achieve anything, then you can achieve your dreams and they can happen." - Connor Ratliff
"Some days, you feel like the world is against you. And everyone around you seems so mean and ugly. There are times I just burn with hate. In those times... I am ugly, too. I don't want to hate. I want to be kind, and waken the kindness in others." - Amy Jellicoe
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In all seriousness, there are horrific voids of high quality parody news. Would that I could write well enough to start my own, but getting my enjoyment from reading the few there are will have to do for now
Post by Cafe SalMONAlla on Aug 15, 2017 6:10:31 GMT -5
[cheereveryoneup] My main goal was to hate being an adult less than i hated being a kid, which has more or less been achieved, if not quite to the degree i had hoped. [/cheereveryoneup]
Probably the goal i had when I was very little that makes for the best story is that i was intimidated by the idea of marriage/dating/whatever but thought it would be fun (and somehow easier) to have affairs with both halves of an existing couple at the same time.
Why would anyone hate being a kid? When I was a child I thought it must be terrible and boring to be an adult, and to some extend it actually is.
developmental problems; not being able to make money of my own; inability to cut off contact with certain relatives because i just kind of had to keep seeing them as long as my parents did; not being left in peace to ruin my life and self-sabotage constantly if i want to; generally being treated (astonishingly enough) like a kid. Those were my main gripes with childhood and they have more or less resolved yay. Obviously being an adult has its own issues but i'll take them all willingly.
I've pretty much always considered 'whichever age I am now' to be the best age, and until I was in my mid-teens, I would loudly lament the fact that I couldn't just stay 10/11/12/etc. forever. I eventually started seeing the pattern and accepted that I'm probably going to keep ageing.
Aging/Ageing is such a weird grammatical dichotomy. I don't like Es in these kinda things, but I gotta admit they have a place kinda. I was unhappy as a kid about bein a kid just bc life was a bit salsa back then, but now I'm half grown, life is fantastic affff
Post by Linda Rhaldeen on Aug 19, 2017 14:48:17 GMT -5
I think when I was a child I wanted to be an artist and by like age 12 an author and by high school I had decided to go into math education and be a high school math teacher but then I realized I didn't actually want to be a teacher and I'd only picked it because of like cultural conditioning and stuff because it was expected I'd be a mother and teacher is an easy mother job. I worked in billing and tech support for a while and really liked the billing and tech aspect but the actual dealing with customers part was super stressful and now I am in the back office team of my company so I get to do like billing, accounting, auditing, etc. stuff, pretty much anything they throw at us, and no longer deal directly with the customers except for the occasional outgoing call to inform customers of changes we're making. My ideal job at this point would probably be like an accountant or bookkeeper but for now I love the job I have.
I will send a fully-armed battalion to remind you of my love.