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    Feeling quite pathetic tbh
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Feeling quite pathetic tbh
    Do something
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    Live it when you are old. Youth is wasted on the young. Unfortunately, though, old age is not for wimps.
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    Me too sigh
    Maybe instead of worrying about making the most of it, just enjoy it
    that made no sense lmao what am i doing with my life
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    stop procrastinating and take action

    if you don't know what to do then write a list of anything you've ever wanted to do (even if its small like a backflip)

    Then, do it.


    I've spent a lot of time wishing I could do things and wanting things out of life. But the other day I realised I'm sitting here wanting this and watching time go by, standing still. Well, I don't want to WANT things anymore. I want to DO and BE those things. It will be hard but nothing will just come your way, you have to work and do something to make it happen.
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Feeling quite pathetic tbh
    Study more ! :yawn:
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    (Original post by Howbow Dah)
    Study
    Cash me outside

    Bruh i cant be studying 24/7
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Live it when you are old. Youth is wasted on the young. Unfortunately, though, old age is not for wimps.
    What if i die before i get old?
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    Since 12, the older I've gotten the less I felt young, since 16 the older I've gotten the more young I've felt. Having youth in adulthood is a blessing.
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    What if i die before i get old?
    You will be saved the worry of degenerative disease and poverty.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Partying
    Never been invited to one idk why
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    Smoking.
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Never been invited to one idk why
    You could ask your friends to go with you.
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    Tape London is good apparently.
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    Freeze most of it and get creative with the fresh bits, don't just go with the stereotype curries.

    Errm. Are we talking about the same thing?
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    You will be saved the worry of degenerative disease and poverty.
    Give me more riddles pleasee! I actually enjoy listening to these...
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    Join loads of clubs, volunteer, do fun things with friends, be interested in everything, work hard and play hard xD
    I did dofe bronze and gold, ten tors, badminton, trampoline, volunteering at a choir, at a library, at a dementia group, went to Germany by myself, did art groups, life drawing, pottery, French club, taught myself flute, manga club, swimming..

    Just put yourself out there and make the most of it, good luck !
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    (Original post by Smashie & Nicey)
    Smoking.
    Or you could not.
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    Wake and bake?
 
 
 
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