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and now for something completely P.J. by P.J. on 8 April 2005 10:44am
 
When ever i start a thread i always seem to be moaning about how bored i am.Sorry, but its true. My mum works at my school so i'm in really early, this is bad but it does mean i can come on the site.
Im getting the internet at home soon but for now school is the only chance i get to visit the site.
I'm really annoyed because i was reading Sahara (just getting into Mauritania) and my step-dad stole it off me!
Anyway, that has no relevence to anything at all, its just me moaning.
Talk to me please, if any1's there from 7:45 till 8:20am UKtime.
Its the popes funeral 2day so keep him in your prayers.
Here endeth the monthly moan of P.J.:)

Who is Sean001?
He always seems to be either insulting or, well, insulting.
 
Re: and now for something completely P.J. by perfectbitch on 8 April 2005 12:12pm
 
Dear PJ It will get more interesting soon. It can be so boring when you're young, I remember. I will try to go to the chatroom at those times as I often get up early. It's just that I never thought anyone would be there at such a time. Where are you in the world? Sean0001 is exactly as you described. I feel sorry for someone so racked by anger, he can't be happy. Take care
 
Re: and now for something completely P.J. by Mac on 8 April 2005 2:28pm
 
Hi perfectbitch, well thats some name, I had to giggle when typing it just now. I get called that name on a very regular basis. Glad to meet you, I havn,t posted much lately as occassionely we get some who want to post yukkie stuff and fI just don,t have the time or energy to be bothered with it so this must mean I,m deffinately over the hill.
 
Re: and now for something completely P.J. by P.J. on 8 April 2005 8:24pm
 
thanks perfectbitch, i'm not to bothered because i'm leaving in 20 days but then its study leave for my GCSE's. I need some advice actually and you seem the right kind of person to ask-should i go to Sixth form and do A-levels,go to college or should i leave altogether because at the moment i have a saturday job at a music shop and they have offered me a job.Help!?! so many options so little time!
I'm in Lancaster,Lancashire England.
Hi mac.
P.J:)
 
Re: and now for something completely P.J. by P.J. on 8 April 2005 8:39pm
 
Hey Mac where you at in the world because i was checking out the *pout* no-one in the chatroom thread and you said southern countries.
P.J:)
 
Re: and now for something completely P.J. by perfectbitch on 8 April 2005 8:51pm
 
Hi there PJ. As far as study goes, it rather depends on where you envisage yourself say in 5 years time. I didn't have the opportunity to study when I was young and returned to education in my 40's but managed to get a degree although it was hard graft. If you can see a career in the music retail industry and it stimulates you, then go for it. A levels are not quite so intense as GCSE's as you have less variety of subjects to study. My daughter who is dyslexic didn't get good grades in her GCSE's but now she's been working for 5 years and is doing very well and earning more than I am. It's a lottery in some ways. I always try to go with gut instincts but go for something that draws you to it and don't go for one thing because you don't want the other option. I think someone important said, "Tread a path with heart." If you think you will do well in A levels then don't waste the opportunity. You know what you're capable of if you think about it. I hope this helps but don't hesitate to contact me again if there's anything I can do. Good Luck, Linz.
 
Re: and now for something completely P.J. by P.J. on 8 April 2005 9:03pm
 
That was beautiful
*tear rolls down face*
Well i'll probably go into the 6th form.
Thanks to the great MP i've always wanted to travel. My dads an orthodox preist and travels to greece and romania alot as he helps people there and raises funds for churches, so ive been to greece and her islands around 11 times already and want to travel somewhere away from that area(not saying its bad)i thought about doing something in Russia later on in life.
P.J:)
 



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