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Delete that, quickly. They'll warn you for posting your warning posts on TSR, like they did to me
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Delete that, quickly. They'll warn you for posting your warning posts on TSR, like they did to me
I did.
That was a close one. Thanks!
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26.
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In my crystal baaallll..... :beard:
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doing a PhD, hopefully in America.
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I think I'm going to be happy x
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I'll be the same, with 9 years of bodily decomposition.
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I'll be 28.

Ideally:
Graduated with PHD, working as a clinical psychologist.
Found someone who can put up with me enough to be in a long-term relationship, heading towards marriage. If not, financially independent.
No kids, but groovy aunt to my brothers' offspring would be nice. :tongue:
In a secure group of friends who I can trust.

Probably:
Failed degree, and a patient for a clinical psychologist, with a whole host of issues arising from not having acheived any of the above.


EDIT: Just looked again at the route into clinical psychology - apparently the average age to begin Clinical training is 28. Bugger.
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Worrying about being almost 30...

But then being alright with it, because I'll be somewhat successful in my career, have travelled for a bit, be very happy, and possibly somewhere near getting married...
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Hopefully a millionaire by then, with my own business well established nationwide at least, if not worldwide.
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If things go according to plan, I will have usurped the Queen and her family, dismissed parliament, and locked down every single exit out of the country. That's in 7 years; in 10 years I intend to have installed myself as supreme leader. With a gold crown of course. The people would be enslaved to do my bidding, and I would strut around laughing manically towards the sky like they do in Hollywood films.

Failing that, I will be married with a house and maybe a baby and working in the EU/UN/any-other-organisation. :rolleyes:


**** off.
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(Original post by GΣΣЌ)
Hopefully a millionaire by then, with my own business well established nationwide at least, if not worldwide.


No chance.
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I often wonder how my life s gonna be then..

maybe married with kids :eek:
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i will probably have started my own business and be a successful entrepreneur! :rolleyes:

i really have no idea on wat career i want to pursue.. just wanted to c how many of u have a clue where ur life is most likely to lead u to :yep:
in 10 years time from today I think I'll be in bed with a handsome, chestsome person, in fitful slumber after some great sunday sex, the room I'm in will have a nice large bed with a few books lying around on it. I'll be sort of looking forward to work tomorrow, but since it is extremely flexible I might end up not working and instead going for a stroll round the beautiful city I live in - maybe meet a friend for coffee/drink, or just out in the front garden (I'll live near the center). It'll be a shame to see my partner go to his/her high powered (but not evil) job on the 9-5, but at least it rakes in £150,000 after tax and donation to a charity.

ahhhhhhhhhhh that was quite fun. No kids though
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(Original post by epitaph for my heart)
in 10 years time from today I think I'll be in bed with a handsome, chestsome person, in fitful slumber after some great sunday sex, the room I'm in will have a nice large bed with a few books lying around on it. I'll be sort of looking forward to work tomorrow, but since it is extremely flexible I might end up not working and instead going for a stroll round the beautiful city I live in - maybe meet a friend for coffee/drink, or just out in the front garden (I'll live near the center). It'll be a shame to see my partner go to his/her high powered (but not evil) job on the 9-5, but at least it rakes in £150,000 after tax and donation to a charity.

ahhhhhhhhhhh that was quite fun. No kids though
sweet
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**** off.
**** off yourself!

Honestly...
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(Original post by cactussed)
If things go according to plan, I will have usurped the Queen and her family, dismissed parliament, and locked down every single exit out of the country. That's in 7 years; in 10 years I intend to have installed myself as supreme leader. With a gold crown of course. The people would be enslaved to do my bidding, and I would strut around laughing manically towards the sky like they do in Hollywood films.

Failing that, I will be married with a house and maybe a baby and working in the EU/UN/any-other-organisation. :rolleyes:
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Probably with a kid or 2..maybe 3. Doing an enjoyable job and a respectable woman. Definitely still coming on TSR. :yep:
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In 10 years, I will be with children and I will own big Bungalow with lawn.

I wanted to extend my business with huge capital and I will send my son or daughter to abroad for higher studies. By Gods grace all these has to get success
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I'll be 29. Hopefully married to my boyfriend , actually getting somewhere in life (house, bit of money), very much in debt from uni, maybe even kids by then
But hopefully happy
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I'll be 32. Probably doing ok, on my second real job. Have a reasonably nice house mortgaged and a nice car. Maybe recently married.
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