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Old 08-23-2004, 12:41 AM   #1
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Default Graduation just NOW hit me.

Well, my home school starts school back up tomorrow morning at 8 O'Clock and it just hit me that I won't be going! Graduation when it happened really didn't effect me at all but now just thinking that I'll never be going back is really wierd. I really miss high school! I worked around 30-40 hours a week during school and I wish I hadn't so bad! It feels like I missed out on so much. I just feel like I can't grasp that I, nor none of my friends are never going to be together like that ever again walking through those halls having a great time. When I was actually in school I swore up and down that I would never miss it, but I guess I'm thinking otherwise now because I really do miss it.

So, just a little bit of advice for the class of 2005.. Make sure you take advantage of all the times you can possible with your classmates. It'll never come again and it'* always better to attend all of your school events then regret it the rest of your life. You can never go back.
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high school sucks.. only popular and preppie kids njoy it.. The "outsiders" are the ones who enjoy further schooling better. Your advice only applies to those who are popular and/or preppie.. and I hate those people.. sorry, venting.


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high school sucks.. only popular and preppie kids njoy it.. The "outsiders" are the ones who enjoy further schooling better. Your advice only applies to those who are popular and/or preppie.. and I hate those people.. sorry, venting.


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Well, you don't personally know me so you can't hate me I guess.
I wont' mention what kind of kid I was. lol. You can probably already guess though.
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high school sucks.. only popular and preppie kids njoy it.. The "outsiders" are the ones who enjoy further schooling better. Your advice only applies to those who are popular and/or preppie.. and I hate those people.. sorry, venting.


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Not really true. I was in the kinda in between group...not really popular, not really not. I learned that the popular kids are just as insecure and self conscious as everyone else and if you talk to them like they are regular high school students, they talk back...everything is in your head-seriously. Anyways, my point is I wasn't popular or preppie and I had the time of my life my senior year of high school. Try to get a lot out of it, go to dance, go to games, and enjoy it. (Which is kind basicly what Custom88 said)

LOL, and at least it hit you now that you are out of HS, it took me until I finished my first year (I stayed at home so that didn't help). I kept expecting someone to walk up behind me at college and tell me that they hoped I had fun on my little field trip but it was time to go back to HS. Hmmm...maybe I was just wierd.
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well when i was in high school i guess i was popular kid then i play football basketball and was all state for both sports.... and almost won prom king but my older brother won oh well i loved high school and so did the women in high school love me
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i loved high school and so did the women in high school love me



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well when i was in high school i guess i was popular kid then i play football basketball and was all state for both sports.... and almost won prom king but my older brother won oh well i loved high school and so did the women in high school love me
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I loved high school now that I look back on it. I am going in to my sophomore year of college in a week. The time really flies, and you have to make the most of it. It'* easy enough to say that, but to do it is a challenge. There is a lot of stuff in high school I wanted to do, that I never got around to doing. I'm sure the same goes for everyone as well.
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To sum it all up...yeah Kenn was hoe
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I really started to enjoy highschool when I got my first car, otherwise it was boring and lame.
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