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    (Original post by Maaaths)
    Being 16 is the worst age
    Sure, GCSEs might not be the prettiest thing in the world, but at least you have the opportunity to play the National Lottery, buy PEGI 16-rated games, leave comments on the BBC News and BBC Sport websites, join the Army, have sex with other consenting 16+ people, get your name on the electoral register...
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    (Original post by carbon dioxide)
    sure, gcses might not be the prettiest thing in the world, but at least you have the opportunity to play the national lottery, buy pegi 16-rated games, leave comments on the bbc news and bbc sport websites, join the army, have sex with other consenting 16+ people, get your name on the electoral register...
    we can legally drive mopeds woooo
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    (Original post by Carbon Dioxide)
    Sure, GCSEs might not be the prettiest thing in the world, but at least you have the opportunity to play the National Lottery, buy PEGI 16-rated games, leave comments on the BBC News and BBC Sport websites, join the Army, have sex with other consenting 16+ people, get your name on the electoral register...
    The first two are useless because I still look 12 so I need ID to do them but I'm not old enough for my mum to trust me with any ID. Leaving comments on a news website isn't exciting. I don't have the army in mind when I think of my future. No one wants to have sex with me and people do that before 16 anyway and finally, I still can't vote so that's useless. 16 is a stupid age.
 
 
 
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