9 Responses

  1. Erin
    Erin at |

    That’s the shit right there!

  2. will
    will at |

    thank u now i now my life will be better after reading this

  3. derek
    derek at |

    Oy. What I would give to have a chance to go back to when I was in high school. Its you one chance to free yourself from a life of poverty. One,Remember when your educated, employed and successful then there’s reason to party – not before. Two, those so-called friends that are so important when your a teenager you’ll realise are the distractions and bad influences that your parents tell you they are.

  4. Liz
    Liz at |

    Haha. Whatever. I hated being a kid.

  5. MAT
    MAT at |

    I am a kid and i HATE it. my life stinks. im like a loaner

  6. MikeSale
    MikeSale at |

    my third wife filed for divorce. I don’t know what to do.

  7. Danielle
    Danielle at |

    nice advice, but your mean about it. pssh!

  8. Sara
    Sara at |

    These rules are definitely going to be helpful for high school kids. But what about all those other rules? Curfew? Restrictions? Awful stuff like that.

    Parents have trouble getting teens to follow them. The blog I contribute to– Radical Parenting– has something to say on the subject. Find out at this link:

  9. Matt
    Matt at |

    pretty stupid list.
    #1 when somethings unfair, people dont just say “thats unfair” and leave it. they try to make it more fair and take action.

    #4 my boss is much better than any teachers i ever had.

    #8 were working and seeing cash flow now, we dont care about not getting summers off. and yes, people do get holidays off. not as many as school though.

    #10 nerds arent the ones we work for, nerds play video games all day. the people we will be working for is the quiet, hard working kid that most people werent mean to anyways.

    most of the rest was you being a jerk and telling people to get mature in 14 different phrased ways. 1/10


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