- tell me somthing you know now, that you wish you'd know 20 years ago . . . . .
I miss my dad, I think he would have been pleased how I turned out. Would love the chance to talk through all the family crap and see what he thought.
Wish I had learnt what buttons to have pressed with Kate Taylor, only figured it out after and was to inexperienced and shy at the time. She was beautiful and complex.Posted 8 years agogavinskiMember
pretty much everything i know now,
more to the point i wish i HADN'T heard all the BS peddled to me about so much of the so called important stuff. i reckon my school was the worst for force feeding the 'university or death' line.
I'm happier now than i've eve been, but i regret the 10 years or so that i should have been happy, but instead fussed over job/girl/house etc. that i though would make me happy.Posted 8 years agowillardMember
It is really worthwhile studying for exams, but very easy to get out of the habit of studying. If I'd actually worked at GCSEs and A levels, maybe I wouldn't have done a shitty degree, or maybe I would have got a better grade degree.
But then if I had done better, I would not be where I am today, and may not have met my fiancee. Gah! too much to think about.Posted 8 years ago
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