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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Ha, yeah! :five:

    (although this seems a great goal, I think I probably wouldn't want to spend much time in North Korea, Belarus, Syria, etc. :rolleyes:)
    Indeed :lol: hope one day we could go safely in such places ^^ !
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    (Original post by Betelgeuse-)
    - To get a hole in one
    - To own my own house
    - To get ample amount of high quality vadge
    - To own a pig, ducks, 2 dogs, a cat and a horse
    Two dogs and one cat? The cat is going to feel outnumbered. :sad:
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    Just pass a-levels
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    (Original post by iwishicouldfly14)
    To become Presidant of the USA within the next 10 years.
    It's only slightly unrealistic.
    Born in Britain, parents are British,
    I'll be 26, not planning on emigrating to the USA and living there for 14 tears (wth is it 14 years? Why not 15?)
    The Constitution requires that the President be a natural-born citizen of the United States (i.e. U.S. citizen at birth) and be at least 35 years old, so good luck with that.
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    Have a land rover in matte black with dem leather seats that I'm not leasing
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    (Original post by Josb)
    I'd like to have a permanent 35K job.
    That's not slightly unrealistic at all. Easily Doable IMO.
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    To be an successfully working actor. Such a tough industry!💪🏼
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    Going to Medical School at Cambridge
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    Getting A*AA and studying MEng computer science at either UCL or Warwick
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    Dream: Be a technology mogul worth several billion pounds and to use it to start a foundation in my name that invests across the gamut (education, health, infrastructure) in developing countries.

    Semi-realistic: £1m/year income in about 12-15 years from now.

    Realistic: be on a career trajectory that places me firmly into the top 1% of earners in the UK


    EDIT:

    Deffo happening: Travelling across 100 countries, getting married and setting up a multicultural/multiethnic/multilingual household
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    Getting into Oxford to do HumSci or Biological Science😝😂
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    What are everyone's like, somewhat unlikely goals in life? They can range from just optimistic to far-fetched. What do you plan to achieve in this life time.



    My first goal would be to get to and finish a uni degree, not too crazy I guess.

    I'd also like to be an example on the wikipedia page about my people and make my family name known.
    At the moment it looks like getting onto the uni course I want to, as I think I will need three A's, lmao
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    To invent a vaccine that prevents all cancers...
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    Too many to name
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    (Original post by ThatIzziGirl)
    To be an successfully working actor. Such a tough industry!💪🏼

    Same! Just got accepted into an acting course so first steps to making it happen! :yy::yep:
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    GOALS
    - Get all A*s in GCSEs and A-Levels/IB Diploma
    - Get a Medicine Degree at Oxbridge
    - Become a world renowned CEO or MD for a Science/Technology Based Company
    - Study Law after Medicine - at Oxbridge too
    - Become a Politician in the UK - maybe become Mayor of London or the Prime Minister (first Asian one, fingers crossed)
    - Qualify to become a Cardiology, Gynaecology or Neurology Consultant in the NHS
    - Become a CMO for England
    - Try to become a Stock Broker - and work with a large client base
    - Become world famous and rich - hence, own a super yacht and lots of mansions
    - Start and run a successful business
    - Try to become part of the UN and be a political activist
    - Win a Nobel Prize (or Nobel Peace Prize)
    - Work towards ending world poverty and child labour
    - Find cure for diseases such as types of Cancer.

    THEN, WORLD DOMINATION
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    (Original post by fastandfurious)
    To invent a vaccine that prevents all cancers...
    That's pretty close to impossible.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    The Constitution requires that the President be a natural-born citizen of the United States (i.e. U.S. citizen at birth) and be at least 35 years old, so good luck with that.
    That's what I was making a joke about...
    I know it's impossible for me to be President...
    And that's also why I said it was more likely for me to get an A in French (which is almost impossible)
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    To marry Simon LeBon when he was 21 (I think mine is the least likely to happen :rofl:)
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    (Original post by iwishicouldfly14)
    That's what I was making a joke about...
    I know it's impossible for me to be President...
    And that's also why I said it was more likely for me to get an A in French (which is almost impossible)
    Well, it's not actually impossible for you to be President; it's just extremely unrealistic, ironically enough. The Constitution can be amended to remove those restrictions or replaced altogether although, again, it's unlikely and unrealistic. :lol:

    I'm sure you can get an A in French.
 
 
 
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