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List of things you can do when you're 18 (in the UK)

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    Obviously you can buy drinks, vote, but what else? I'm sure there's so much but only those 2 come to mind for some reason
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    Not 18, but at 16 you can leagally buy and sell scrap metal i think. i had an assembly on it at high school lol.
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    Buy cigarettes
    Join the armed forces without parental permission
    Marry without parental permission
    Move out without parental permission
    Run for election

    I'm sure there's more.
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    Buy swords :ninja:
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    Buy ****, make your own decisions in terms of criminal justice action (no parental consent needed)
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    Drive
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    (Original post by andiroo)
    Drive
    you can drive when you're 17.
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    (Original post by sparkyitfc18)
    Not 18, but at 16 you can leagally buy and sell scrap metal i think. i had an assembly on it at high school lol.
    we once had a school assembly (last year) about selling poo. and yes, i mean human poo. you should of seen the headteacher grinning like a loon behind the speaker

    on topic though:
    buy sharp objects from shops without perental permission
    get a mortgage
    get a job working behind a bar
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    buy aerosoles and solvents
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    we once had a school assembly (last year) about selling poo. and yes, i mean human poo. you should of seen the headteacher grinning like a loon behind the speaker

    on topic though:
    buy sharp objects from shops without perental permission


    what?! selling poo..........?? :confused: :eek:
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    (Original post by yello)
    what?! selling poo..........?? :confused: :eek:
    yeah apparently some guy made millions selling "human waste" to cleaning companies and other places. he'd buy it from some randomer that owned a 'poo-factory' (one of those sewage plants) and then sold it onto other places. can't remember the full ins and outs of it.
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    we've had this before.

    Gamble
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    Buy all shares, not just scottish companies.
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    Do you have to be 18 to buy a penknife? My dad bought one for me when I was about 13... it was a really good one as well, but I've lost it. Will I get ID'd if I try to buy a new one?

    Just so I don't annoy people by not contributing to the thread - in France you can get a part-time job when you're 18. Until then, you're not allowed.

    Ohhh random Cheerios craving.
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    (Original post by Not Invented Yet)
    Do you have to be 18 to buy a penknife? My dad bought one for me when I was about 13... it was a really good one as well, but I've lost it. Will I get ID'd if I try to buy a new one?

    Just so I don't annoy people by not contributing to the thread - in France you can get a part-time job when you're 18. Until then, you're not allowed.

    Ohhh random Cheerios craving.
    i don't think you do. i vaguely remember going on a brownies ( ) trip when i was little, and i'm sure other brownies were buying penknives. and we must have only been 7/8

    edit: i'm not sure if that was legal though
 
 
 
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