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LaurenM 09-01-2012 01:04 PM

April third.

Pears 09-01-2012 03:12 PM

Don't be sad, LST! I know you probably don't know me, but you are a great person and writer. Kidpub will shrivel up and die when you leave. You've spent almost 16 years being epic and you'll be epic for the rest of your life. Hmmm... Maybe we could have a party on the writer's block...

TheAshWolf 09-01-2012 04:00 PM

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Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 335157)
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Holy ****.
It's the month of my birthday.
My birthday is in less than two weeks.
My sixteenth birthday.
Where the eff has my life gone.
wheretheeffhasmylifegone
http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lk...ny6do1_500.gif

I wonder if this time I'll actually really have any friends to come to my birthday… party? (I dunno, that phrase randomly sounds cheesy :^I) And if I did, my parents/family would probably embarrass me. e__e
/sitsincornerofloneliness

I'M REALLY EFFING SCARED.

(^ Or at least… that's how I should feel, and how I think I feel, deep down. But near the surface of my emotions, it's more like… "http://a.deviantart.net/avatars/f/a/facepokerplz.png?1 Wut? *Incapable of believing it, accepting it*" But with a bit of the oh-god-no-ness bubbling up into it.)

Just…alteaweptjiapgha4n8arblauz7hop85r7yglqwrpt789 rgrl7itlzph
http://gifsoup.com/webroot/animatedgifs2/1458228_o.gif

D: I know how you feel, bud...I'm turning 15 soon, and....gosh, HOW DID THAT HAPPEN? O_O I don't feel 14, or 15, I feel much older, but...sheeish, 15 already? The heck? Where did all those years go? ._. Most of it just seems like a dream....hazy and distant.

<:^J Don't be scared, Tredom...you'll get through this. It's not the end of the world. (According to most people, anyway. XDD) Just try to slow down a bit and appreciate still being a kid. 16 or not...you're still a kid. You're not a legal adult, you're no where near being an emotional adult. Being a "teenager" is just a more respectful term for "kid."

On the more positive side, DOCTOR GIFS! ;D

L.S.Trendom 09-01-2012 04:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 335231)
D: I know how you feel, bud...I'm turning 15 soon, and....gosh, HOW DID THAT HAPPEN? O_O I don't feel 14, or 15, I feel much older, but...sheeish, 15 already? The heck? Where did all those years go? ._. Most of it just seems like a dream....hazy and distant.

<:^J Don't be scared, Tredom...you'll get through this. It's not the end of the world. (According to most people, anyway. XDD) Just try to slow down a bit and appreciate still being a kid. 16 or not...you're still a kid. You're not a legal adult, you're no where near being an emotional adult. Being a "teenager" is just a more respectful term for "kid."

On the more positive side, DOCTOR GIFS! ;D

Halfwaytoeffingthirty.
EXACTLY. It's like… I didn't even have a childhood. It's just… this moment (and many times where I've messed up.), sort of.
I think my mental/emotional age is, like… five going on fifteen going on thirty. *Nods* :3

It's still only two years until I'm an adult. Nearly two years ago, I joined KidPub, and those years've flown… What if I manage to eff up my life already? >_>

Haha, yeah. :D

HeatherB 09-01-2012 05:53 PM

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Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 335238)
Halfwaytoeffingthirty.
EXACTLY. It's like… I didn't even have a childhood. It's just… this moment (and many times where I've messed up.), sort of.
I think my mental/emotional age is, like… five going on fifteen going on thirty. *Nods* :3

It's still only two years until I'm an adult. Nearly two years ago, I joined KidPub, and those years've flown… What if I manage to eff up my life already? >_>

Haha, yeah. :D

No, it's not two years until you're an adult. It's two years until the government and your parents dump a s---load of responsibility on you, but trust me: You'll be able to handle it. I hardly go out with my friends and such without my parents around, and I did that today. Yes, I was scared out of my mind. But here I am, spamming WB and quite alive. I watch the 8th graders at my school go under a wonderful, miraculous transformation their last year at [my school's name here]. At the beginning of the year, they are clumsy, bumbling, awkward, and they aren't quite sure what to do now that they're in 8th grade. But I watch them grow over the year, grow more than you'd expect, grow into responsible, even (/gasp!) mature people. They are more than ready for high school by the end of the year. They are confident, beautiful young people. And at the beginning of the year, to think that they went under this remarkable transformation--you can't believe it unless you see it. Now, it's my turn to be an 8th grader, have a s---load of responsibility dumped on my back, and I'm not sure I'm ready for it--just like you're not sure you're ready for this birthday. But let's face it: you're sure as hell more responsible than I am, you're one of the most epik people I know (and I know a helluva amount of epik people, believe me), and you can handle this. You are going to be wonderful no matter what age you are, LST. It's just in your nature to be that way. Personally, I believe that you fully become an adult when you stop believing in wonder. When you stop looking at the small things in life to appreciate them and seeing the huge, depressing big picture: we're all gonna die in the end, the world's a load of s---, yaddayaddablahblah. But that's not the point. The point is to make every step of your life worth it, the point is to make sure that you can still slow down and enjoy life, even if you're being thrown through it at the speed of life, and the point is to be amazed. Learn always from your mistakes. I know that it seems like your mistakes are awful and awkward and confusing, but really (and I know this is a completely cheesy thing to say) they're just more experiences you can laugh over when you're truly older. And who's to say you don't have friends? You are one of the best friends I have, believe it or not. You always cheer me up when I'm down and in the depression of horror-mones, I count on you for a smile or laugh when I need it most. LST, if you honestly believe that you don't have any friends that aren't over the Internet--well, if you want my opinion, us KPers should finally meet each other at your birthday party. Of course, that's not likely to happen. But it doesn't mean we won't support you and whatever decisions you make here. ...so don't be afraid of this. It's a milestone, yes, but milestones aren't things to be afraid of. They're things to take in with joy and a new sense of yourself. I think every birthday makes you a little stronger; birthdays should be reminders that you've made it through one more year: and that you should put everything into making the next year even better.
All right. Feel better? :3

Sandy 09-01-2012 06:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 335157)
http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m7qvh0HmjW1r63r28.gif
Holy ****.
It's the month of my birthday.
My birthday is in less than two weeks.
My sixteenth birthday.
Where the eff has my life gone.
wheretheeffhasmylifegone
http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lk...ny6do1_500.gif

I wonder if this time I'll actually really have any friends to come to my birthday… party? (I dunno, that phrase randomly sounds cheesy :^I) And if I did, my parents/family would probably embarrass me. e__e
/sitsincornerofloneliness

I'M REALLY EFFING SCARED.

(^ Or at least… that's how I should feel, and how I think I feel, deep down. But near the surface of my emotions, it's more like… "http://a.deviantart.net/avatars/f/a/facepokerplz.png?1 Wut? *Incapable of believing it, accepting it*" But with a bit of the oh-god-no-ness bubbling up into it.)

Just…alteaweptjiapgha4n8arblauz7hop85r7yglqwrpt789 rgrl7itlzph
http://gifsoup.com/webroot/animatedgifs2/1458228_o.gif


That's how I felt when I turned fourteen. I realized that everyone was going to start expecting me to go out with boys and go to parties... I've read so many books where the main character (if female) gets her first kiss when she's like fourteen. x_x NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE (ie, Vampirates)
I'm going to high school for the first time in my life in a couple of days--knowing that, I already have "oh god no" instilled into me, but I'm not going to know anyone... ANYONE... all my friends are being fed into another school board completely... and it's also an enrichment/global awareness program, and they're going to be on my back about everything. x_x
My parents are also expecting me to start working when I turn sixteen, are yours?
I have no problem with that... but, I just can't grasp it. I'd have to pretend that I was going to "school" every day just to be able to function at work. XD I feel totally unprepared for a workplace environment, too... =_= So I'm going to make the best of the two years I have left.

Sandy 09-01-2012 06:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 335238)
Halfwaytoeffingthirty.
EXACTLY. It's like… I didn't even have a childhood. It's just… this moment (and many times where I've messed up.), sort of.
I think my mental/emotional age is, like… five going on fifteen going on thirty. *Nods* :3

It's still only two years until I'm an adult. Nearly two years ago, I joined KidPub, and those years've flown… What if I manage to eff up my life already? >_>

Haha, yeah. :D

I'm still mentally stuck in age twelve, soo... XD XD
Don't think about your life as if you're waiting for it to mess up. Sure... screwups are inevitable, but there's no point focuing on them and now I'm getting kicked off the computer... e_e

sigfig 09-01-2012 06:55 PM

[quote=L.S.Trendom;335238]Halfwaytoeffingthirty.
EXACTLY. It's like… I didn't even have a childhood. It's just… this moment (and many times where I've messed up.), sort of.
I think my mental/emotional age is, like… five going on fifteen going on thirty. *Nods* :3

It's still only two years until I'm an adult. Nearly two years ago, I joined KidPub, and those years've flown… What if I manage to eff up my life already? >_>
How would you fuck up your life at sixteen? I mean, I'm assuming you don't plan on becoming addicted to drugs or something. Other wise, why is that even a worry?

I know what you mean though. I know so many people in the grade above me from having them in my classes and clubs and stuff... it's impossible to imagine that they're graduating in 9 months. Or that I'll be filling out college apps in a year.

L.S.Trendom 09-02-2012 12:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 335249)
No, it's not two years until you're an adult. It's two years until the government and your parents dump a s---load of responsibility on you, but trust me: You'll be able to handle it. I hardly go out with my friends and such without my parents around, and I did that today. Yes, I was scared out of my mind. But here I am, spamming WB and quite alive. I watch the 8th graders at my school go under a wonderful, miraculous transformation their last year at [my school's name here]. At the beginning of the year, they are clumsy, bumbling, awkward, and they aren't quite sure what to do now that they're in 8th grade. But I watch them grow over the year, grow more than you'd expect, grow into responsible, even (/gasp!) mature people. They are more than ready for high school by the end of the year. They are confident, beautiful young people. And at the beginning of the year, to think that they went under this remarkable transformation--you can't believe it unless you see it. Now, it's my turn to be an 8th grader, have a s---load of responsibility dumped on my back, and I'm not sure I'm ready for it--just like you're not sure you're ready for this birthday. But let's face it: you're sure as hell more responsible than I am, you're one of the most epik people I know (and I know a helluva amount of epik people, believe me), and you can handle this. You are going to be wonderful no matter what age you are, LST. It's just in your nature to be that way. Personally, I believe that you fully become an adult when you stop believing in wonder. When you stop looking at the small things in life to appreciate them and seeing the huge, depressing big picture: we're all gonna die in the end, the world's a load of s---, yaddayaddablahblah. But that's not the point. The point is to make every step of your life worth it, the point is to make sure that you can still slow down and enjoy life, even if you're being thrown through it at the speed of life, and the point is to be amazed. Learn always from your mistakes. I know that it seems like your mistakes are awful and awkward and confusing, but really (and I know this is a completely cheesy thing to say) they're just more experiences you can laugh over when you're truly older. And who's to say you don't have friends? You are one of the best friends I have, believe it or not. You always cheer me up when I'm down and in the depression of horror-mones, I count on you for a smile or laugh when I need it most. LST, if you honestly believe that you don't have any friends that aren't over the Internet--well, if you want my opinion, us KPers should finally meet each other at your birthday party. Of course, that's not likely to happen. But it doesn't mean we won't support you and whatever decisions you make here. ...so don't be afraid of this. It's a milestone, yes, but milestones aren't things to be afraid of. They're things to take in with joy and a new sense of yourself. I think every birthday makes you a little stronger; birthdays should be reminders that you've made it through one more year: and that you should put everything into making the next year even better.
All right. Feel better? :3

That is a rather pleasant way of putting it. XD I'm sort of not sure if I want to be able to accept it.
It's not this birthday that I'm not ready for. It's just… growing up. It's like… I had no childhood and now I'm going to be an adult in a few years but there's still so much stuff I have to figure out. Like it's a video game and I've missed all the tutorial levels.
HAHAHA NO I'M NOT REALLY RESPONSIBLE. xD
In that case, no. way. in. hell. am I ever becoming an adult.
There's maybe… one person in real life I know/trust enough to, like, vent to. Other than that, it's all pretty much just… acquaintances. Superficial relationships. That would be the awesomest birthday party ever. :D
And, yeah, good point about the making-it-this-far part…
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you thank you thank you. :3 This cheered me up. /addsposttonewfolderofHAPPINESS

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Originally Posted by Sandy (Post 335256)
That's how I felt when I turned fourteen. I realized that everyone was going to start expecting me to go out with boys and go to parties... I've read so many books where the main character (if female) gets her first kiss when she's like fourteen. x_x NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE (ie, Vampirates)
I'm going to high school for the first time in my life in a couple of days--knowing that, I already have "oh god no" instilled into me, but I'm not going to know anyone... ANYONE... all my friends are being fed into another school board completely... and it's also an enrichment/global awareness program, and they're going to be on my back about everything. x_x
My parents are also expecting me to start working when I turn sixteen, are yours?
I have no problem with that... but, I just can't grasp it. I'd have to pretend that I was going to "school" every day just to be able to function at work. XD I feel totally unprepared for a workplace environment, too... =_= So I'm going to make the best of the two years I have left.

Haha, I still don't really want a girlfriend/first kiss. XD
Good luck with high school. :^I
I have no idea. /shrugs I'm probably going to get a job. Really, it's probably not going to be a big deal for me… I mean, it seems like it would/should drive me crazy, the idea of doing something so… grown-up-like, but it'd probably be like school. Just… not really seem out of the ordinary to me or anything.

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Originally Posted by sigfig (Post 335259)
How would you f*** up your life at sixteen? I mean, I'm assuming you don't plan on becoming addicted to drugs or something. Other wise, why is that even a worry?

I know what you mean though. I know so many people in the grade above me from having them in my classes and clubs and stuff... it's impossible to imagine that they're graduating in 9 months. Or that I'll be filling out college apps in a year.

Not drugs. Probably academically. Like… get depressed and not be able to keep up with school, or apply for college or whatever.

Okay, yeah… that's scarier. o_o

CACrools 09-02-2012 09:42 AM

Excited: I am so excited for school to start!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anyone else need advice, cuz I don't!


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