...is not fun. Me, just in my mid teens has learnt growing up isn't so fun. Squeaky voice, spots, mood swings etc. And worst of all, our young lives, the 'best years' are dominated by exams! GCSEs, As, A levels, weird tests I've never heard of, and then straight to university for more hard studying. I can't wait until I stop being a teenager. Although when I do, I'll probably wish I was one again.
18th November 2004
Now, now, it's not all bad. The sqeakiness and cracking of your voice is something that happens to every guy. Soon enough it'll stop that and just be deeper and sexier. I agree to some extent with the exams, but it's not like you have them every day. It's better than it seems at first. A couple years ago I'd have probably thought the same, when my voice was still unsure of whether to go up or down, and when I had horrible acne all over my face. But now, I'm 16, on the verge of 17, and it all seems so different.
Keep your chin up, kid!
its not that bad its more of an experience which helps us develop into better people, normally after that we start to die
Fire Legion...is not fun. Me, just in my mid teens has learnt growing up isn't so fun. Squeaky voice, spots, mood swings etc. And worst of all, our young lives, the 'best years' are dominated by exams! GCSEs, As, A levels, weird tests I've never heard of, and then straight to university for more hard studying. I can't wait until I stop being a teenager. Although when I do, I'll probably wish I was one again.
My voice used to crack quite often, upto the beginning of this year. Now, it doesn't happen anymore. Of course, people laughed at me for it, but, then again, the 'cool' people also had their moments. Other people laughed at them, too. So, I realised that it isn't any biggy.
No one ever made fun of me for having a bit of acne, because all teens are going to get some, and they know how bad it feels. For the most part, I doubt people will get on you for it.
Mood swings? All people have those at any part of their lives.
i am 14 years old and for me its great being a teenager....... OK, the exams, spots etc. maybe not but other than that.... if you have good friends its great (at least for me)
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15th September 2006
im 15 and being a teenager isn't that bad. although some days i wish i was back in 5th grade playing football at recess and geting all muddy and dirty. those were the good ol' days.
Being 18 is great. Actually it' s great to be me, but... I am 18, I don' t have an home since I was 16 (I live at my grandmother' s house for the moment but she hates me), from day 0 to my 16th year I had 13 homes, yes, I moved 13 times. But I like this. (Unofficial: maybe next year I will have an home) About the voice: what' s the deal? Where' s the problem? I mean I can sing like James Blunt or speak like Marlon Brando in The Godfather. About school: I still think school is for normal people. I am Nietzche' s super-man, so I don' t need school, so I don' t care about exams. During last year' s exams I made the ones of my friends because they needed it, while I was safe. In all my life I never opened a school book at home and I am not kidding. And now a little thing to all you soon-to-be-18...
- The legend of the 18th birthday
In many countries you legally become an adult as soon as you turn 18. Every teenager in these countries can' t wait for theyr 18th birthday. Let me tell you something: that is the most overrated thing in a teenager' s life. Nothing will go as planned. But after a week or two you will realise you are more free.
QCS (Queensland Core Skills) is a bitch :(
But yeah, i see your point, how could it be called the best days of our lives, when we have constant pressuer of having to be good all the time?
If you have friends to go along with you, then its a breeze. :D
^ true, but what if your unlucky and dont have any?
(not saying that i dont have friends, i have lots of good freinds)