Posted by Thrill Monster on 8/8/2010 at 5:22 PM
I'm so worried about stupid school tomorrow. I can't believe summer is already over. I wanna scream and cuss at people. (the title was changed)
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Re:That sucks!Posted by Thrill Monster on 8/16/2010 at 11:05 PM
I don't have to go to school tomorrow. I'm gonna stay home and relax. I'm really sunburnt from Raging Waters. I turn 18 tomorrow.
Re:That sucks!Posted by Joe S on 8/14/2010 at 4:45 PM
It is natural to be nervous, I am sure you will do well and enjoy it once it starts. It is always tough as the summer comes to an end and you start a new year or even a new school. But it means new classes, hopefully a few that challenge you and interest you as well. New teachers and possibly new friends. Enjoy the last bit of summer!
Re:That sucks!Posted by foffy400 on 8/14/2010 at 1:14 PM
I am nervous about school.
Re:That sucks!Posted by Thrill Monster on 8/11/2010 at 11:24 PM
Darn it! My sister is at Magic Mountain and I'm not! I'm doing everything I can to not be jealous, but I can't help it! I wish I was on x2 and Tatsu. *jealous*
Re:That sucks!Posted by Randal on 8/11/2010 at 10:04 PM
Same here i'm very worried about school
Re:That sucks!Posted by Joe S on 8/11/2010 at 9:21 AM
Hope you are all enjoying the end of your summer and excited for a new year with new adventures and experiences.
1. The text box that you have to spell simple words into, it prevents a good amount of SPAM. It is nothing aimed at you all, just reduces the amount of SPAM bots from populating the message boards. Hope that makes sense.
2. You are starting a new adventure and it can be stressful, but will be one of the most memorable and rewarding times in your life. Living on your own is a big step in maturing into the person you will be. There will be tough times, but there will also be some amazing times. Most people look back on those periods as the best time in their life.
I know I was nervous during the first weeks of college, not knowing a lot of people. I went to school far from home. My twin brother and I went there. We knew no one else at the school. We made efforts to meet people together and on our own. Because of that experience I have moved twice since to places where I knew no one else. This has made me a much stronger person, self sufficient, and I know I can make new friends.
It opens your circle up and your knowledge base academincally and socially. You will meet people from other backgrounds or with experiences different from your own.
This is an exciting time, enjoy it and make the most of it!
I know you will do well and succeed!
Keep us posted and let us know if we can be of any assistance.
Re:That sucks!Posted by Thrill Monster on 8/11/2010 at 12:08 AM
I have to spell words in the box too. They should use word spelling on all the sites instead of captchas. The the sites would be accessible to blind people. The reason why I was scared was because I have a hard time. But now I'm not scared, I feel about it like I do about amusement parks! now! I finally get to take the class I've always wanted, Child Development.
Re:That sucks!Posted by msk5 on 8/10/2010 at 10:35 PM
why are you worried? im really scared to start school, i start college on the 25th and turn 19 on the 24th. im soooooo scared to start at a whole new school and to live on my own and your not the only one, i just had so spell apple in a text box
Re:That sucks!Posted by Chlorine17 on 8/10/2010 at 11:32 AM
really? wt was it b4? well i guess if it was changed then il never know. btw, does anyone else have 2 spell words like apple or green in a txt box 2 post a response? or is it just me...
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