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Supernova36
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For me?
It would be 2011, I would have just started my 2nd year at uni . I'd say "Spend your student loan wisely! And CHILL OUT. Everything works out ok'

What would yours be ?
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I'd say "in 5 years time prepare for the world to be set back about 50 years".
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Study.

Don't procrastinate on this site (or anywhere else).
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Get help for your health sooner and get rid of toxic people. It's been to be alone than to be around people who just bring you down.

Also, adopt some more cats sooner

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lol I'd still be primary-aged. I'd tell myself: "...Please don't panic. Adolesence isn't that bad, really..." (As they stare at me in horror.) "Also, don't worry about not having enough friends or anything; it all works out fine. Also, you will get good grades at GCSE. Also, please don't ever join TSR and just plain stay off the internet, and mate, really, really develop good study habits. It would have helped to have developed them younger. And finally, NEVER watch Casanova. NEVER. (Or Doctor Who) (Or Once Upon a Time) It will ruin your life!!! Anyway, to end on a bright note, I know you think you're so old and clever and are never gonna be interested in stupid things like boys and texting, but seriously, wait until you're... me. lol." Except I don't think I knew what "lol" meant then.
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I would then blast myself with spoilers, such as "Trump becomes president. Just remember that. Trump. Becomes. President."
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You are already behind in A-level revision
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I would be talking to my 13 year old self so probably something along the lines of "stop being such a knob"
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'Never move back to the US, and don't laugh at Donald Trump. He's going to be President someday, he won't be funny then.'
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You're going to be amazing... still
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Don't talk to that seemingly cute guy. He's going to **** up your mind so you cannot think rationally again. Literally.
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Be mature ffs


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Stop worrying. It will all work out ok.
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Do A level further maths mate !

****ing regret not doing it
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You'll see a link to a site called 'The Student Room'. DO. NOT. CLICK. ON. IT. :afraid:
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"WHAT HAVE YOU BECOME?!"
"PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER"
"WHAT AN IDIOT YOU ARE"
I'm so different, but still very similar how I used to be. I just contradicted myself, but it makes sense in my head.
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Kill yourself.
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ain't it supposed to be the other way round?
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25. Focus on the little targets rather than thinking too big too soon, and be humble.
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Don't panic, it will be a hard road with some upset and stress but the boys (my sons) will be ok.
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No words, I'd just give myself a tight hug.
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