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A lot of things but nothing will change if I keep thinking about them.
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It’s not too late to leave for religion. What would change their views on life. But to become a priest. Need to know this life. How then to carry faith in the masses if life is not known. How to judge and turn in their own way. If he did not swim in it. How people give their children to the spiritual schools without letting them know this life.
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No more regrets.
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Everyone learns from their mistakes. Although our parents warn us. But all of them can not be avoided. I started playing blackjack online for real money. Well, it tightened, the consequences were not long in coming. So for all this happens in different ways. I swore, no longer play blackjack.
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Choosing alevels instead of an apprenticeship.
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Take into account their mistakes, makes life. I've been playing blackjack online casino for real money. So tightened that it was very scary. Found the strength and tied. For now, by the side of those sites that played online.
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Being born
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(Original post by JoelBigSmokeTea)
Choosing alevels instead of an apprenticeship.
Why? Did you decide to go to university?
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(Original post by OhGod)
Why? Did you decide to go to university?
I haven't decided if I want to go to uni or not more likely going to take a gap year tho. Honestly a-levels was extremely stressful, and I seriously struggled through out the course. My results during my mocks was wild, times where I succeeded others that I flopped hard because I wrote a load of *******s unintentionally or my brain simply forgot mid way. Only computer science was consistently decent, and I was improving each mock.
Right now I'm heavily leaning on a disaster for my actual results during results day (I only struggled on 2 papers but the rest I have no idea), those entire 2 years a waste of time.
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(Original post by JoelBigSmokeTea)
I haven't decided if I want to go to uni or not more likely going to take a gap year tho. Honestly a-levels was extremely stressful, and I seriously struggled through out the course. My results during my mocks was wild, times where I succeeded others that I flopped hard because I wrote a load of *******s unintentionally or my brain simply forgot mid way. Only computer science was consistently decent, and I was improving each mock.
Right now I'm heavily leaning on a disaster for my actual results during results day (I only struggled on 2 papers but the rest I have no idea), those entire 2 years a waste of time.
Honestly if you think A - Levels were a waste of time chances are you’re going to think university is too.
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staying awake instead of sleeping last night
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(Original post by OhGod)
Honestly if you think A - Levels were a waste of time chances are you’re going to think university is too.
I agree, after doing some proper looking in university is not right for me. Too much studying by yourself and tests on a frequent basis that will determine the outcome of your degree. Its not worth the time and effort going through all that even if I do manage to the pull the grades in to get into the course I want to do.
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I don’t think I regret anything. Maybe I used to regret. But then I realised everything happens for a specific reason.

If you currently regret something, you gonna realise later, it was the best thing that has happened. If otherwise has happened, you’d probably have been in a worse situation. So yea, life got its own way.

We try to enjoy life, and life try to enjoy us.
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Regret is my middle name. So it is Rumell Regret Khan.

I regret not having my own office apartment.
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I regret taking a level chemistry it was not for me and I struggled a lot with it.

I regret not working hard enough at school to get better grades and see my own potential

I regret not taking up more sports when I was younger, perhaps I’d be taller than I am now haha (I hate being short)

I regret eating a whole tub of ice cream just now!
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Having rich carbonara for dinner, it really isn't agreeing with me.
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choosing a level physics
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(Original post by username2944572)
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-i regret allowing religion to frame my views rather than thinking for myself even when i knew deep down it wasn't right and i didn't agree with any of it truly (just look at my past posts they are so horrible im ashamed)

- i regret not taking the time to learn a musical instrument when i was really young. i'm still young but i wish i learnt the piano or violin in year 7

- i regret not working harder. i got good grades but wish i worked harder

- i regret not taking the time to learn a language properly

- i regret not making tsr after my gcses - i really wish i did but i only made tsr in 2016 - i really wish i made a tsr account in 2014 because of the people i met on here

- i regret not taking care of myself during high school
giving up too easily on thins
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many young people very often gamble with each other. some do not even realize that it can be done with the help of online casinos or bookmakers. now opened a lot of different institutions of this type and which of them to choose many do not know. for those who want to play blackjack online for real money I suggest to use a good option https://www.casinochan.com/games/blackjack. many players win money on this resource.
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now you can choose any of the many slot machines. try to play on one then on the other and so on, and then decide what suits you best. but I do not advise you to get carried away, because you can enter into the excitement and not notice how the process gets out of control. you can also try to play blackjack online for real money.
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