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Author:  tiggy [ Thu May 19, 2016 9:36 pm ]
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Touché.

Author:  Pete [ Thu May 19, 2016 10:51 pm ]
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Not even remotely touche about it

Author:  PATS [ Fri May 20, 2016 2:11 pm ]
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sunny wrote:
Daughter number 1 uni and a degree in education and sycolgy. Still ain't working and ain't got a ounce of coman sence. In fact it's safe to say she is as thick as shit when it comes to real life. A beautiful son whom I wouldn't do without my ill T but she sit on her lazy arse doing fook all.


Daughter number 2 left school with fook all did hairdressing as a Saturday job passed her 3 year training with flying colours. Went into barbering loved it. She now own her own house with her chap of 8 years has a beautiful daughter whom again I love dearly. And as more coman sence in her lil toe that daughter number 1 as in her whole body.

A degree now adays means fook all unless it's either law finance or other big stuff.

:proud: :yey: :yey:

Author:  Pete [ Fri May 20, 2016 6:31 pm ]
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Didn't do me much good either :shakehead:

Author:  Sir Actor [ Wed May 17, 2017 4:14 pm ]
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[adrian.gif]
ButchPaul wrote:
thin ice wrote:
Seems to be the latest bragging tool for low achieving parents
They've been through a pretty unremarkable life them selves and pin all hope on their kids to cover up what losers they are
Going to uni isn't a guarantee for a good career
Many who get them selves in to debt end up with a useless degree with no serious employment prospects
By all means be proud of your kids
But do drop the my kids went to uni bragging [adrian.gif]


I assume this is aimed at the lovely me.

Some people need to know the truth about some of your various online bragging. How you make out you are an elderly Casanova. Which you're not.

I was told this in person by the person. Straight from the horses mouth. Yes you did meet, that is true, but the truth is you had absolutely nothing to say for yourself, not a bean, no personality or anything interesting to say. You had no ability whatsoever to engage in conversation.

It was a strained awkward meeting and they were not attracted to you and buggered off as soon as they could, leaving you sat there alone.

Enjoy.

:think:


[adrian.gif]

Author:  Moonshadow [ Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:24 pm ]
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Bluey wrote:
thin ice wrote:
Seems to be the latest bragging tool for low achieving parents
They've been through a pretty unremarkable life them selves and pin all hope on their kids to cover up what losers they are
Going to uni isn't a guarantee for a good career
Many who get them selves in to debt end up with a useless degree with no serious employment prospects
By all means be proud of your kids
But do drop the my kids went to uni bragging [adrian.gif]

You never know how far people have come to get where they are. How much hard work it took them to get their kids where they are. Nothing wrong with being proud of what ever achievements people have accomplished.

yup :yey:

Author:  tiggy [ Sun Nov 19, 2017 11:21 am ]
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I wonder, reading back over this thread, that had my parents the money to put me through university, where I’d be now, and what I’d be doing?

.. or if I’d be any happier?

Author:  Peeks [ Sun Nov 19, 2017 11:34 am ]
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tiggy wrote:
I wonder, reading back over this thread, that had my parents the money to put me through university, where I’d be now, and what I’d be doing?

.. or if I’d be any happier?

I get what you’re saying Tigs, I know there may have been lots of circumstances that are personal to your family but back
In the day, for us old peeps, uni was free, no tuition fees etc, student grants easily available so it was accessible to all at point of entry.
I’m about to sign up to start another degree next year, it deffo isn’t free this time! :shock:

....sign up and do one with me, oldest swingers in town lol

Author:  tiggy [ Sun Nov 19, 2017 12:03 pm ]
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Peeks wrote:
tiggy wrote:
I wonder, reading back over this thread, that had my parents the money to put me through university, where I’d be now, and what I’d be doing?

.. or if I’d be any happier?

I get what you’re saying Tigs, I know there may have been lots of circumstances that are personal to your family but back
In the day, for us old peeps, uni was free, no tuition fees etc, student grants easily available so it was accessible to all at point of entry.
I’m about to sign up to start another degree next year, it deffo isn’t free this time! :shock:

....sign up and do one with me, oldest swingers in town lol

Hmm.. sounds intriguing..

Do I have to buy one of those uni scarves?

Author:  Peeks [ Sun Nov 19, 2017 12:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: My kids went to uni

tiggy wrote:
Peeks wrote:
tiggy wrote:
I wonder, reading back over this thread, that had my parents the money to put me through university, where I’d be now, and what I’d be doing?

.. or if I’d be any happier?

I get what you’re saying Tigs, I know there may have been lots of circumstances that are personal to your family but back
In the day, for us old peeps, uni was free, no tuition fees etc, student grants easily available so it was accessible to all at point of entry.
I’m about to sign up to start another degree next year, it deffo isn’t free this time! :shock:

....sign up and do one with me, oldest swingers in town lol

Hmm.. sounds intriguing..

Do I have to buy one of those uni scarves?


Be even better if we could go to Hogwarts! :whee:

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