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(Original post by TurboCretin)
Thanks very much. I think we all learned about the importance of comma placement today.
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Or you get that physics degree and are unemployed anyway
Well I hope that won't happen, otherwise I'd feel like I've wasted 3/4 years. I find it hard to comprehend how anyone with a physics degree, with at least 2:1, would be unemployed.
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At 32, I'd have my English Degree. I'd have traveled around the whole of America. Hopefully have met a nice guy but not essential.

I'd be in a job which I love, it doesn't matter what or how much it pays as long as I'm happy. I'd be fluent in Spanish and make frequent trips to the south of Spain, for personal reasons.

Maybe have a Masters in either Education, or Publishing depending on what route I go down.
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(Original post by drowzee)
Well I hope that won't happen, otherwise I'd feel like I've wasted 3/4 years. I find it hard to comprehend how anyone with a physics degree, with at least 2:1, would be unemployed.
I'm a special snowflake.
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Be a qualified mental health nurse and married with 2 or 3 kids and own a house
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hmm at 28, have a degree, married? and a stable job.
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married
one kid
live in new york
mba
own a home
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In the mirror.
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I'll be 33 (oh dear) so...

- Get my degree (and probably even a Masters)
- Run my own business or work in Marketing for a top company
- Relocate, possibly abroad
- Build a high-end gaming PC (of course)
- Carrying on working out and eating healthily
- And I'll probably have a couple of cats :3


I don't want marriage or kids, so that's money well saved!
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Hopefully working with animals and still being with my current partner

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in 10 years I predict I'll be basically in the same position I am now, only in a slightly nicer house, with a bit more money.

Maybe with a cat or two and living with my OH.
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In the cuckoo shack
Still surprised that i'm not in there yet
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Hopefully work in Wildlife Rehabilitation or Conservation. Be financially stable and able to travel. And have two German Shepherds
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2025...
I guess I'd hope to have graduated from university with a degree in Veterinary Medicine/Science in around 2022 (that sounds so weird), so I'd hopefully have a job by 2025, either in a small or large animal practice (not fussed which right now). I hope to be in a long-term relationship, but probably not married and not have any kids. I would like a dog though. XD
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Cruisin' in my hovercraft :cool:
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I'll be 29.

I'll have graduated University with a first and already have a few years of work in industry under my belt, based primarily in London or Newcastle and be looking at transferring to Canada. Maybe even already be in Canada or working as a lecturer.

I intend to travel around the World a few times by then too
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To have peace in my mind and find the true happiness we all seek but rarely find.
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Don't say doing your wife, don't say doing your wife, don't say doing your wife.
Doing your....son?
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Wife
3 children
Property owner - A
Above average salary - B (the combination of A and B making me middle class by own definition)

I'll be happy with that.
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(Original post by TurboCretin)
Do you think you'll adopt your mother, or grow one in a pot?
Hahahaha


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