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Following your own, for sure.
follow your dreams but cutting people open? lol
oh okay haha
then for sure follow your dreams!
You should follow your dreams because your parent's already had theirs. And even if they didn't, you should still follow your dreams. You only live once (yay cheesy over-used phrase) that we know of. And you might as well follow your own dreams because if you don't, you'll grow old and look back on life and regret that you didn't
Yes, that's true. But not following your parents dream that they wanted for you... Isn't that kinda a lot like letting them down? Being a failure to them? Because they gave life to you, shouldn't you respect there dreams, decisions, etc.? I know we may regret not follow ours, but what about the regret of not being able to continue your parents dream? So ethier way we go, we'll always have regret...
no,that's alot like they want you to make their dream come to life and they are basically killing yours
@perl I wish there was a dislike button
Because you're so wrong
^You are my new best friend for saying that.
who's a pedo? I'm 15
wait, this is not math!!!!!!!!!
wow, you deleted your comment
How about this: Your parents gave life to you, they can easily take that away.
no they cant,
No they can't! I could take their life away as easy as they can take mine
Okay okay. Stop.
I perl tries too hard to be funny, you aren't funny perl!
lol @ slender man
is this a math question?
what equation should i use
@perl get out =_=
what? you make no sense
is this math ?
I wanted a real response... Yet I get a thread full on non-sense :/
opcode, maybe this isnt the appropriate venue
I give you real answers
@perl Seriously, stop. You've made this post a bunch of senseless crap.
i see 2 opcodes !
opcode, why not focus just on studying. focus on the 'now'
the future will come in steps , punto head
Me focus on my studying? It's 3AM... I'm just reading random crap online ^_^.
we have enough doctors. do something you want to do :)
he want to be a doctor
^^ thats based on students in india pursuing exams called IIT due to parental pressure rather than pursuing their dreams
@AravindG thanks :-). I'm going to check it out later.
Two Opcodes... http://www.wallchan.com/images/sandbox/41445-futurama-fry.jpg
idea tell @Opcode to pursue his dream and @.Opcode to pursue what his parents want him to become
I don't think it would be letting your parent's down if you didn't set your whole future on their dreams. I don't think you'd be considered a failure either. It also depends on the culture and traditions, but now, in modern day it is considered acceptable that when a student/child graduates and goes off to college, they officially have their own life. It's your life, not theirs. That doesn't mean that you should completely ignore any input they have, and walk out on them and never talk to them again. You should listen to them, because they have lived at least 10 years longer than you and (most of the time) know more than you from experience. So in a way they get to have input in your future and your dreams, but they shouldn't have complete control over your life either. (This of course if just my opinion.) So go follow your dreams, but listen to what your parents say. (Hint: always *listen*, not always *do*)
Jolly has a good point. Like in everything else, you should be guided in your early days by your parent's ambitions and desires. So I think the turnaround point comes when you discover that you have a compelling passion for a different path - when you are in college. Until then you should give them the benefit of the doubt and go their path. If you learn to think for your self, rationally and maturely and you still want to do your thing, you should do your thing. I have seen enough examples of people who followed their dreams and years later wished they had listened to their parents. And vice versa. I think you shouid talk to someone other than your parents, a mature person - school counselor, teacher, relative and get another opinion. On the parent's side, they know you, they know themselves, they have seen things and have experience and they have your best interest at heart. Give this a serious consideration. And you are going to change a lot. What you are today, what you think, dream and hope is very different to whatyou will be tomorrow. You will think differently, feel different etc. Its called maturing! You will have different players in your life. It is very difficult to project forward. In a sense your parents are doing that for you, with their canvas. So my advice is to listen to them, talk to a couple of others, and try to understand why they want you to do something else - and go their way till you can make a mature responsible decision for your self!
Yeea, but on the comical side, "cutting things open" sounds a little - erm? :} So whats everyone in this thread is saying is that you want to cut everyone open and kill them, but your parents are against it... but the conclusion is that you CAN'T follow what your parents say, and that you should cut 'em all open- anyways? O_O
I think you skipped the part about surgery... -.-
"I really don't know whats behind my fascination of cutting people open. Maybe it's just my demented urges to wanna open other people and see there insides... " O_O
Thank goodness your just a username on my side of the globe! O_O (jk)
I think I mentioned "Surgery. <3" Somewhere in the post :P Plus, I mean who doesn't like opening up people? It's fascinating :3
OMG Opcode just sent me a super graphic surgery simulator
i need help on my home work
i think you should fallow your own dreams its not there disition.
i agree with hanna u can do whatever u want to do
thank i just hate when parents tell you what you should do and feel its not fair its your body not theres.
Um. I respect my parents, I won't just "do whatever u want to do". I try to follow my parents guidance: and the great thing is that my parents recgonize that tI should follow my dream, and they don't control me. But if your parents have a set future in mind, try to lean towards it, out of respect... besides, some of the time, a lot of parents know what's best for you.
ya but what if they dont like the jobe there parents guieded them to huh did you ever think of that then they will just be really miserable.
Hey, you just have to do what you feel in your gut, but you should always respect your parents. You were wrong for saying it's right to "do what ever you want". That sounds really disrespectful.
and i dont care.
Wow, why are you having an attitude with me if you don't even know me? You're really rude.
no i think you are rude now bye :|
how am I rude?
ya your right exacly thats how you are rude.
You aren't really making sense?
and you are?
well you should do wat your parents tell you because if they tell you this its because they want you to have better life...my parents want me to become a registered nurse and i am
@joannaxox3 I agree :-).
i want to be a vet but if being a nurse is better for me then i will do it :)
Well ask your parents, maybe they will agree with you. :P
well they do but my dad thinks that ill have a better life being a nurse but i will also study animals ive been researching about pets since i was 10. and we have alot of pets lol
I also want to cut people open....because it's fascinating xD