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    Thankfull I don't fear my dad. And now I don't respect him much either. If I wern't so polite and a pacifist I would have 'presented' the plate of food to him rather more forecully, perhaps to the face.
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    probably better that you didn't or you wouldn't have had internet for a lot longer. I don't fear him as much now but he's just not normally there and now he is, due to being made redundant, it just gets on my nerves as he's constantly telling me to do things and to go to bed at 8 o'clock and things like that, but he's not there normally and so doesn't know the routine
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    I really need to get out, away from my parents. Roll on Uni.

    They keep making statments like 'this isn't a lodgings you know'. I wish.
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    Firstly, you don't have to apologise for that.

    I'm sorry to hear that. It's a bit harsh of him, yes. But parents are usually like that. My mum thinks she's always right just because "I'm your mother". I guess as parents they expect us to treat them with respect, but what they fail to realise, sometimes, is that we're not able to because of the very fact that they don't do the same to us. I mean, how can we do something we're not taught, right? Having said this, I still feel what you said at the end of the conversation is a bit harsh. I know he was being irrational, but he has his reasons, and sometimes they are beyond us as to what their reasons are. I'm sorry about what happened, Chris. I just hope things work out. Please don't let this affect you.
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    I've got a year out before uni, but i don't think i could leave my bed behind its too nice and cosy!
    Have you applied? Where to?
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    (Original post by e11even)
    Firstly, you don't have to apologise for that.

    I'm sorry to hear that. It's a bit harsh of him, yes. But parents are usually like that. My mum thinks she's always right just because "I'm your mother". I guess as parents they expect us to treat them with respect, but what they fail to realise, sometimes, is that we're not able to because of the very fact that they don't do the same to us. I mean, how can we do something we're not taught, right? Having said this, I still feel what you said at the end of the conversation is a bit harsh. I know he was being irrational, but he has his reasons, and sometimes they are beyond us as to what their reasons are. I'm sorry about what happened, Chris. I just hope things work out. Please don't let this affect you.
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    (Original post by Paddington)
    I've got a year out before uni, but i don't think i could leave my bed behind its too nice and cosy!
    Have you applied? Where to?
    I've applied to do medicine; Imperial UCL and Leeds.

    Are you doing something fun on your gap year?
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    nope just working i think, maybee doing some local gov work and going out the America with any luck to do some work with the American Bureaucracy or congress
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    You need to do something exciting. Working gap years suck bigtime, trust me. Go abroad or something.
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    (Original post by Fluent in Lies)
    You need to do something exciting. Working gap years suck bigtime, trust me. Go abroad or something.
    done the abroad thing, went to italy and france for two weeks with a friend in nov, my bf wants to take me to America but i'm not sure, i would like to but i'm not sure i should be spending the money that i'm trying to earn before uni.
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    I meant go and work abroad or something. Earn some cash at the same time! :p:
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    abroad and work, they better speak english! my french is ok and the rest well, Latin can only get you so far but then i'm buggered!

    well tatty bye peeps have a great day!
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    boo!:cool:
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