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Posted 6/18/14

justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Yes. If I could redo anything I would erase a certain friend from my life.


Tell as the story please.


rockadilla wrote:

I'd redo the last 23 years.

Seriously? why is that?


As for me there is nothing i want to redo. Everything i have made a decision is splendidly well made. I'm proud of all of them.
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I'd redo my childhood, how I reacted and how I interacted - Though I don't see how I could do so, my parents tried their best to turn me on the 'path' I think I should have gone through, but it didn't work, cause I was one heck of a problem child >.<
Posted 6/18/14

Thfelese wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Yes. If I could redo anything I would erase a certain friend from my life.


Tell as the story please.


Not sure if you are serious or not but since the details don't matter.... Meeting and knowing them was the best thing to ever happen in my life. Their death also left the biggest hole and I just haven't been able to really feel the same about anything since it happened, which was about 6 years ago.
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I'd go back to around high school and take better care of myself. I would go out more as a kid, be more confident and try to get to know more people, explore working at things like theaters, and be a little more spoiled in my purchases. Just a little. There are so many things I want to do now that I can't do as well anymore since it isn't appropriate or available for someone my age.
I know I can't change who I was back then, and I'm only who I am know because I went through the whole coming-of-age thing and matured, but the time has already passed and the things I now have the courage to try, I can't. I want to Again.
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Posted 6/18/14 , edited 6/18/14

Khaltazar wrote:

I would like to go to my younger self when I first was getting into college and tell myself to ignore everything the advisers tell you. I was a stupid freshman and thought the advisers were supposed to be on our side and know what we need to graduate but they put me in so much debt and wasted a year and a half of my time on classes I found out later did not count one bit toward my desired degree.

Moral of story: High school graduates DO NOT LISTEN to your adviser in college they are employees of the university and will keep you in limbo as long as they can and stick you in classes you do not need to graduate. Best advice I would say is ask a senior student like myself what classes are truly required to graduate (in the field you want) Don't ask some random English major student what a Engineering degree requires.


100% agree. I'm a freshman going into sophomore year in august and like everything you said was so true. They put me in this science 9 honors and that wasn't required, while some other freshman got put into bio which is required. Literally it was a waste of my whole year, I learned nothing. Now I have to take bio my sophomore year while the freshman put into bio, they get to take chem sophomore year. I also asked my advisers if I could take chem and bio at the same time (chem doesnt have any prerequisites) and they wouldn't allow me to, so I had to go to the department of science to ask them personally if I could and they said yes. Now for sophomore year I can take chem and bio so in junior year I wont have to take chem. Literally all of freshman year I regretted not taking bio.
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Posted 6/18/14

JayVeeDees wrote:

I'd redo my childhood, how I reacted and how I interacted - Though I don't see how I could do so, my parents tried their best to turn me on the 'path' I think I should have gone through, but it didn't work, cause I was one heck of a problem child >.<


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