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Ray27Ray52 12-12-2012 10:27 AM

Life
 
It's hard. Bills suck.

To all the young members on this forum- Enjoy this time while you still have it. Do well in school. Go to College. Drink yourself into oblivion. Have relations with as many people as you can before you find the right person. You will thank me later.

Chaddie84 12-12-2012 10:30 AM

I thought you were talking about the FB team :p. Good luck with your financial issues, whatever they may be.

TrueNE_09 12-12-2012 10:39 AM

Might not be "issues" per se, but more a reflection of the fact that goes back to my old adage about mail: when you're young, mail is awesome. It is either a birthday card with money, something you bought, or your subscription to Beckett. Nowadays, as a adult, mail only consists of utilities bills, credit card bills, doctor's bills, etc etc. Point is, the reality of being an adult is much different than that of being young.

Be young, have a blast, make memories, and enjoy it all before maturing into adulthood. Don't get me wrong, adulthood is sweet and brings with it many wonderful events and experiences, but there are major differences too, many of which involve "having to pay something" every month, after month, after month :D

TheHeel 12-12-2012 10:42 AM

I am enjoying adulthood more than childhood. But yes; Ray is right....have a good time.

Ray27Ray52 12-12-2012 10:45 AM

[QUOTE=Chaddie84;3802742]I thought you were talking about the FB team :p. Good luck with your financial issues, whatever they may be.[/QUOTE]
Family and I are fine. Bills are being paid. It just sucks having to pay them. I work too damn hard to be this broke.
[QUOTE=TrueNE_09;3802770]Might not be "issues" per se, but more a reflection of the fact that goes back to my old adage about mail: when you're young, mail is awesome. It is either a birthday card with money, something you bought, or your subscription to Beckett. Nowadays, as a adult, mail only consists of utilities bills, credit card bills, doctor's bills, etc etc. Point is, the reality of being an adult is much different than that of being young.

Be young, have a blast, make memories, and enjoy it all before maturing into adulthood. Don't get me wrong, adulthood is sweet and brings with it many wonderful events and experiences, but there are major differences too, many of which involve "having to pay something" every month, after month, after month :D[/QUOTE]

This right here is exactly what I mean! Spot on.

Chaddie84 12-12-2012 10:52 AM

[QUOTE=TrueNE_09;3802770]Be young, have a blast, make memories, and enjoy it all before maturing into adulthood. Don't get me wrong, adulthood is sweet and brings with it many wonderful events and experiences, but there are major differences too, many of which involve "having to pay something" every month, after month, after month :D[/QUOTE]

I'll take being an adult over being a kid any day. I took financial responsibility for myself at 16. Having the freedom to make choices with some level of responsibility is way better than not having bills and being told what to do every waking minute of your life. The day I moved out of my parents was the happiest day of my life at that time. Obviously responsibilities increase over time when you get married, buy a home, have children, etc. Those same responsibilities make life more rewarding. I view life as a progression and every year I am happier than I was the year prior.

LBSB333 12-12-2012 02:22 PM

Truth spoken man. I tell the young guy in our office these words on a regular basis!

ilovethelakings 12-12-2012 02:27 PM

Life is also a tasty cereal. :D

jusdukky 12-12-2012 02:28 PM

[QUOTE=Ray27Ray52;3802726]It's hard. Bills suck.

To all the young members on this forum- Enjoy this time while you still have it. Do well in school. Go to College. Drink yourself into oblivion. Have relations with as many people as you can before you find the right person. You will thank me later.[/QUOTE]

+1 on this:)!

tnarg 12-12-2012 02:30 PM

[QUOTE=ilovethelakings;3803984]Life is also a tasty cereal. :D[/QUOTE]

Yes. One of my personal favorites.

Also one of my all-time favorite board games.

texas 12-12-2012 02:50 PM

[QUOTE=Ray27Ray52;3802796]Family and I are fine. Bills are being paid. It just sucks having to pay them. I work too damn hard to be this broke.


This right here is exactly what I mean! Spot on.[/QUOTE]

all of these points are dead on, im a full time student/full time worker(40-50hrs),husband,and father......seems im broke as soon as my check is deposited :(

nuccionino 12-12-2012 02:56 PM

I have been paying bills since I was 12. Too many nights sleeping in cars to save gas, especially recently. Heck my car payment, gas, insurance is 2.5 times the amount I earn. I don't know how I keep paying my bills, student loans seem to run out as soon as I got them. All this and I am 22 haha. It sucks not being able to eat right, that's my biggest issue with being broke.

nuccionino 12-12-2012 02:59 PM

[QUOTE=TrueNE_09;3802770]Might not be "issues" per se, but more a reflection of the fact that goes back to my old adage about mail: when you're young, mail is awesome. [B]It is either a birthday card with money, something you bought, or your subscription to Beckett[/B]. Nowadays, as a adult, mail only consists of utilities bills, credit card bills, doctor's bills, etc etc. Point is, the reality of being an adult is much different than that of being young.

Be young, have a blast, make memories, and enjoy it all before maturing into adulthood. Don't get me wrong, adulthood is sweet and brings with it many wonderful events and experiences, but there are major differences too, many of which involve "having to pay something" every month, after month, after month :D[/QUOTE]

I wish I had those mails when I was a kid haha. I don't remember the last time I received a gift for my birthday or Christmas, 2005 maybe? I just say cherish life daily no matter your age. I always found a way to make it work for me, when everyone else around me failed. Mainly because I aim to succeed and I know all my hard work will pay off one day.

BostonNut 12-12-2012 03:05 PM

[QUOTE=Ray27Ray52;3802726]It's hard. Bills suck.

To all the young members on this forum- Enjoy this time while you still have it. Do well in school. Go to College. Drink yourself into oblivion. Have relations with as many people as you can before you find the right person. You will thank me later.[/QUOTE]

I'm right there with you...

Whenever I sit down and actually break down my student loans and mortgage I just want to cry.

I just take things one day at a time and focus on my goals of that day. Helps me get through life. :)

sdoug76 12-12-2012 03:07 PM

I don't really remember much of my early 20's, but I am told I had a great time!

Enjoy it kids!

Nodie27 12-12-2012 03:54 PM

[QUOTE=TrueNE_09;3802770][B]Might not be "issues" per se, but more a reflection of the fact that goes back to my old adage about mail: when you're young, mail is awesome. It is either a birthday card with money, something you bought, or your subscription to Beckett. Nowadays, as a adult, mail only consists of utilities bills, credit card bills, doctor's bills, etc etc. Point is, the reality of being an adult is much different than that of being young[/B].

Be young, have a blast, make memories, and enjoy it all before maturing into adulthood. Don't get me wrong, adulthood is sweet and brings with it many wonderful events and experiences, but there are major differences too, many of which involve "having to pay something" every month, after month, after month :D[/QUOTE]

I hate mail. This week I got my Jury Duty summons for Compton CA. The location isn't that bad, just a drive. My job doesn't offer us any compensation for serving on the jury either.

To the OP, here's to 2013 bringing you a huge change to relieve you of some of that financial burden.

migraine 12-12-2012 04:06 PM

sorry bud , if you need to vent pm me.:)!

Ray27Ray52 12-12-2012 04:42 PM

[QUOTE=migraine;3804653]sorry bud , if you need to vent pm me.:)![/QUOTE]

I'm ok sir. Thank you though. I've been in this hole before and dug myself right out of it. I can do it again. :)!

mmbtvs 12-12-2012 04:51 PM

What's this bills crap you guys are talking about?

I think some of you need to find a sugar mama.

migraine 12-12-2012 04:52 PM

[QUOTE=mmbtvs;3804987]What's this bills crap you guys are talking about?

I think some of you need to find a sugar mama.[/QUOTE]

pick me -pick me:o

Strasburg 12-12-2012 06:31 PM

1. Ive had one long relation and it ended with me getting suspended.

2. I love oblivian.

3. I try my best in school.

mmbtvs 12-12-2012 06:40 PM

[QUOTE=Strasburg;3805734]1. Ive had one long relation and it ended with me getting suspended.

2. I love oblivian.

3. I try my best in school.[/QUOTE]

1. Huh?

2. What?

3. Good job.

GatorBoyInTN 12-12-2012 06:43 PM

[QUOTE=mmbtvs;3805833]1. Huh?

2. What?

3. Good job.[/QUOTE]

1. No idea

2. I am assuming he means the video game

3. Agreed.

Strasburg 12-12-2012 06:59 PM

1. I was in a relationship with one girl in my life, and long story shrt, it ended with me getting suspended from school for 1 day. Good story actually.

2. I have no idea either, i just reslly wanted to say oblivian.

3. Thanks sir.

mmbtvs 12-12-2012 07:02 PM

[QUOTE=Strasburg;3805980]1. I was in a relationship with one girl in my life, and long story shrt, it ended with me getting suspended from school for 1 day. Good story actually.

2. I have no idea either, i just reslly wanted to say oblivian.

3. Thanks sir.[/QUOTE]

So, tell the story homeboy.


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