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Posted: 16 May 2008 at 4:48pm | IP Logged

Originally posted by *anzi*

hey i agree wid u dat education is really important but dnt u tink dat sumtymes ur parents push u 2 much 2 learn, we stil hav loads of our lyfe left so why cant we jus enjoy it rite now and do work a lil l8er BTW luv the shahrukh siggy, he looks sooooooooooo cute wid his small dimples!!! LOL   Big smile

because high school doesn't come around when you're 25 years old and you realize that you will be working at mcdonalds for the rest of your life. your teenage years determine whether you make it or break it. the older you get, the harder it becomes for you to find the time, energy, and intellect to get into college. in my eyes, it's better to work hard now and party later. seriously, if you think about it, education is power, and power is money. we can all claim that money isn't everything, but the reality is that as the world economy changes, everyone finds the need to gain as much money as possible. things are only getting worse day by day, and your parents have witnessed this, which is why they're pushing you to learn as much as you can. 

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Originally posted by ummmmm

Originally posted by *anzi*

hey i agree wid u dat education is really important but dnt u tink dat sumtymes ur parents push u 2 much 2 learn, we stil hav loads of our lyfe left so why cant we jus enjoy it rite now and do work a lil l8er BTW luv the shahrukh siggy, he looks sooooooooooo cute wid his small dimples!!! LOL   Big smile

because high school doesn't come around when you're 25 years old and you realize that you will be working at mcdonalds for the rest of your life. your teenage years determine whether you make it or break it. the older you get, the harder it becomes for you to find the time, energy, and intellect to get into college. in my eyes, it's better to work hard now and party later. seriously, if you think about it, education is power, and power is money. we can all claim that money isn't everything, but the reality is that as the world economy changes, everyone finds the need to gain as much money as possible. things are only getting worse day by day, and your parents have witnessed this, which is why they're pushing you to learn as much as you can. 



i totally agree wit u

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