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(Message started by: iris3732 on Dec 2nd, 2006, 2:33pm)

Title: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Dec 2nd, 2006, 2:33pm
Somebody said we should start one...so here it is....

I'm 24...right at the place where you don't really know what to do with your life; you are still trying to figure it out...at least that's my situation.

Oh and the men out there are never ready to settle; they just want to have fun. Which is cool for a time and then gets annoying.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 2nd, 2006, 2:53pm
Woo 20-somethings!

Depends on what your idea of settling is. I'm not going to get married and have kids at my age, at least let me get a career going first. I do like long-term relationships though. I'd much rather wake up to someone and snuggle with her rather than thinking who the hell are YOU!?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Dec 2nd, 2006, 2:57pm
Oh, yeah, I'm far from marriage as well.

I guess I am just frustrated by my current situation...I don't think the dude I've been hanging out with is interested in labels...or will be anytime soon..

totally agree about the who the hell are you thing, too.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 2nd, 2006, 3:02pm
Gah, he's not worth it then. If he's not gonna give you what you want, no use in chasing him.

However, I usually completely ignore that advice when I'm in such a situation..... ::)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 2nd, 2006, 3:33pm

on 12/02/06 at 14:33:52, iris3732 wrote:
Somebody said we should start one...so here it is....

I'm 24...right at the place where you don't really know what to do with your life; you are still trying to figure it out...at least that's my situation.

Oh and the men out there are never ready to settle; they just want to have fun. Which is cool for a time and then gets annoying.


I feel so included.  I'll be 23 at the end of the month.

I'm a girl with no desire whatsoever to 'settle down'.  I love being the age where I am old enough to do what I want to do and young enough that I don't have to be in a relationship where I have to compromise with anyone about what I want.  Sorta know what I'm doing with my life but I don't have any baggage to keep me from it.  :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 2nd, 2006, 4:30pm
Hello, my name is Lauren, I'm 21 years old...My birthday is June 15th, 1985. I like candelight dinners and long walks on the beach....

LOL.

I recently graduated from the Graphic Design program at my local college on my birthday, been through some ups and downs with finding employment since then, have thought about going back to school for University. I'm at a point in my life where I am actually a bit happy to be at home and just cook and clean... not really interested in working, but I know I need to.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Dec 2nd, 2006, 5:07pm
my turn?

Kristyn. 20. April 14, 1986 (i enjoy presents :) )

i currently am in my third year at iup but i realized at the beinging of this year that IUP is no longer for me...so next semster i'm taking off and going somewhere closer to home (philly) next fall.

and i'm crazy....and you love it.

~Kristyn~

p.s. i've been on wog since 2002...and made & met some of the best people here

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 2nd, 2006, 5:24pm

on 12/02/06 at 16:30:45, the white o wrote:
Hello, my name is Lauren, I'm 21 years old...My birthday is June 15th, 1985. I like candelight dinners and long walks on the beach....

LOL.

I recently graduated from the Graphic Design program at my local college on my birthday, been through some ups and downs with finding employment since then, have thought about going back to school for University. I'm at a point in my life where I am actually a bit happy to be at home and just cook and clean... not really interested in working, but I know I need to.


Wooo. Go Geminis. June 5th '85 here.  8)


I'm an aspiring actor. Nothing gives me a thrill like being on stage does. I take any part I can get. I think I just need to bite the bullet and study acting at a university however, the parts are few and far between.. I'll be taking singing lessons in the new year as well, I need to refine my singing voice as well.


I'll second that Kristyn. I've met some kick-ass people here. Sky and I are still friends, 5 years later.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on Dec 2nd, 2006, 6:03pm
I pinned this thread so you all can continue to bond.... ;D

I unfortunately  :'( left my 20s long ago.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 2nd, 2006, 6:55pm

on 12/02/06 at 17:24:00, Christian wrote:
Wooo. Go Geminis. June 5th '85 here.  8)


I'm an aspiring actor. Nothing gives me a thrill like being on stage does. I take any part I can get. I think I just need to bite the bullet and study acting at a university however, the parts are few and far between.. I'll be taking singing lessons in the new year as well, I need to refine my singing voice as well.


I'll second that Kristyn. I've met some kick-ass people here. Sky and I are still friends, 5 years later.  ;D



oooo....just 10 days older than me! :) awesome!
Gemini's are the best aren't we?

And yes, I thrid that quote. I finally got to meet some great and amazing people from this board!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 2nd, 2006, 8:36pm

on 12/02/06 at 18:55:05, the white o wrote:
oooo....just 10 days older than me! :) awesome!
Gemini's are the best aren't we?

And yes, I thrid that quote. I finally got to meet some great and amazing people from this board!!



That's right. I'm your senior, so you'd better show me some respect youngin'.  ;D

We are the best. Astrology is my secret hobby. I even have my own astrologer. I get a kick out of it.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Dec 2nd, 2006, 10:16pm
I'm 27....leading into the end of my 20's...it's so depressing.  I got married 5 weeks ago, have a bachelor's degree in marketing, and a crappy job.  Oh, and I too am a Gemini!  :nanner:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 2nd, 2006, 11:28pm

on 12/02/06 at 22:16:26, rzezniksangel wrote:
I'm 27....leading into the end of my 20's...it's so depressing.  I got married 5 weeks ago, have a bachelor's degree in marketing, and a crappy job.  Oh, and I too am a Gemini!  :nanner:


Congratulations on getting married!!

Gemini's are awesome:thumbsup:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 3rd, 2006, 12:14am
So what exactly do we do here? Angst in general about life and the such?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Saz_Goo on Dec 3rd, 2006, 6:26am
Woot, so many twenty-somethings!! I'm 24 (4th Feb 1982) and doing a Post-grad degree in Computer Animation at the moment... 2 months in and wondering what on earth possessed me, it's much harder work than I expected. :P

What's with all the Geminis, eh?? Are there no decent eccentric Aquariuses out there except me??  :hat:

Never met any of you sadly as you're all on the wrong continent, but what the hey, it's been fun anyway. ;D I've been vaguely hanging around this board since 2001 - it's taken me through college, hospitals, Uni, graduation, a full-time job for a year, and back to Uni again. Crazy.  :eyeroll:



on 12/02/06 at 15:33:53, the red o wrote:
I'm a girl with no desire whatsoever to 'settle down'.  I love being the age where I am old enough to do what I want to do and young enough that I don't have to be in a relationship where I have to compromise with anyone about what I want.  Sorta know what I'm doing with my life but I don't have any baggage to keep me from it.  :D


I second that Nicole!! :thumbsup: My twin's married with a mortgage and worrying about a loft conversion - I wouldn't swap with her for the world!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by fan.googoodolls on Dec 3rd, 2006, 8:45am

on 12/02/06 at 16:30:45, the white o wrote:
Hello, my name is Lauren, I'm 21 years old...My birthday is June 15th, 1985.


Wow, my birthday is June 12th, 1986 ... and as you probably guessed, I'm 20 years old.  More Geminis!!! ;D

I'm still in university working towards my undergraduate degree, then just for the hell of it, I'll probably do a master's.  After that, it's anybody's guess where I'll end up.

I guess I'm a borderline 20-something. :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 10:33am

on 12/03/06 at 08:45:00, fan.googoodolls wrote:
Wow, my birthday is June 12th, 1986 ... and as you probably guessed, I'm 20 years old.  More Geminis!!! ;D

I'm still in university working towards my undergraduate degree, then just for the hell of it, I'll probably do a master's.  After that, it's anybody's guess where I'll end up.

I guess I'm a borderline 20-something. :D



Gemini's rock eh??

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by fan.googoodolls on Dec 3rd, 2006, 10:36am
We could start our own Geminis Rock club. :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by goober_1013 on Dec 3rd, 2006, 11:28am
a club!  i love clubs!  the last club i was in was in middle school, the pep club and it was really lame. . .

well, i'm 24. . .May 10, 1982. . .got a 25th coming up very soon.  *cringe*  oh well. . .we must all age.

i went to college for a little while, hated it.  worked at crappy job for about 5 years and hated that with the very depths of my soul the last few months.  went to cosmetology school, graduated and am very content with myself at the moment.  hair is awesome like whoa. . .and as a side note, Rzeznik's new color, not liking it so much.  i think the dark all over makes him look older. . .now the hair in the Let Love In video, perfection.

so yeah. . .yay for the 20-somethings!  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Dec 3rd, 2006, 12:20pm
Ok, lemme add to the astrology conversation..

VIRGOS! WHAT!

haha. August 28, 1982....I can't believe I'll be 25 on my next birthday.

and yes, Christian we can angst in general. :)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 3rd, 2006, 1:08pm
Woo for angst! I'm a pro at angst. The toaster burnt my toast! My cat scratched me!  >:(

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 1:22pm
Okay... astrology signs... where are my fellow Capricorns, or goats with tails?  (Birthday at the end of the month, will still be safely in the 20s realm)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 3rd, 2006, 1:24pm
[astrology dork] Well, my moon sign is in Capricorn...[/astrology dork]


I think I need myself a new hobby.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 1:28pm

on 12/03/06 at 13:24:59, Christian wrote:
[astrology dork] Well, my moon sign is in Capricorn...[/astrology dork]


I think I need myself a new hobby.



MY WHOLE FAMILY ARE CAPRICORNS. I LIVE WITH THREE OF THEM. DO YOU KNOW HOW CHAOTIC IT CAN GET???

lol.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 3rd, 2006, 1:29pm
I grew up with 2 sisters and 2 brothers with me in the middle. Beat that  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 1:52pm
Middle child here as well, between two sisters.  Poor dad.  I think he would have been totally cool with any of us getting pregnant as teens, as long as it was a boy.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 3rd, 2006, 1:59pm
Woo, middle child angst. I can angst about anything.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 2:13pm

on 12/03/06 at 13:59:36, Christian wrote:
Woo, middle child angst. I can angst about anything.



I feel sometimes I am the black sheep to my family.

I am the oldest I do have a younger teenage sister, who is in the stage of 'terrible teen'.

That is my angst.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 3rd, 2006, 2:26pm
Black Sheep angst, I so feel that.


Yay for group therapy?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 2:40pm

on 12/03/06 at 14:26:53, Christian wrote:
Black Sheep angst, I so feel that.


Yay for group therapy?



Yay!! Group Therapy! :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Dec 3rd, 2006, 5:28pm

on 12/03/06 at 14:40:10, the white o wrote:
Yay!! Group Therapy! :P


Yes. Hence the reason The 20-somethings Club was formed :)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 6:11pm

on 12/03/06 at 17:28:38, iris3732 wrote:
Yes. Hence the reason The 20-somethings Club was formed :)




Good Point.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Dec 3rd, 2006, 6:25pm
Yeah, I'm not sure I had that intention when I made the first post but it makes total sense.  ;D

Who better to complain about hardships of your 20s than to other 20-somethings?  :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Dec 3rd, 2006, 6:42pm

on 12/03/06 at 14:13:33, the white o wrote:
I am the oldest I do have a younger teenage sister, who is in the stage of 'terrible teen'.

That is my angst.


I've got a teenage sister...and a teenage brother!  My sis will be 18 at the end of the month, and my brother 20 in May, but still...they're in the "i know everything" stage of their teenage years.  Sometimes it sucks being the oldest.

Do I really have to go to work tomorrow?  Can someone fill in for me?  

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by goober_1013 on Dec 3rd, 2006, 7:06pm

on 12/03/06 at 18:42:29, rzezniksangel wrote:
Do I really have to go to work tomorrow?  Can someone fill in for me?  


i feel the exact same way!  all day i've been whining to everyone i come in contact with, "don't make me go to work tomorrow!"  what person in their 20's does though right?  but i've got to be saving up that dinero. . .not for Christmas, got that done early even wrapped, but for those Goo concerts. . .got 2 to save up for. . . ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 3rd, 2006, 7:59pm
Be grateful you have them. I've been turned down for job after job.  >:(

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 9:07pm

on 12/03/06 at 19:59:35, Christian wrote:
Be grateful you have them. I've been turned down for job after job.  >:(



I second that motion.

I am an unemployed 21 year old Junior Graphic Designer.

This is why I want to go back to school. I want to take Visual Arts & Communications.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by jetskiters on Dec 3rd, 2006, 9:15pm
hey everyone! i'm 19 but i'll be 20 in two months! teeeheee :nanner:

i was born on Feb 20 1987--one day in February haha ;D

i'm a pisces! :rockin:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 3rd, 2006, 9:23pm

on 12/03/06 at 21:15:38, jetskiters wrote:
hey everyone! i'm 19 but i'll be 20 in two months! teeeheee :nanner:

i was born on Feb 20 1987--one day in February haha ;D

i'm a pisces! :rockin:



Welcome!!

....wow, I can't believe it's Two Months before February

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Dec 3rd, 2006, 9:30pm

on 12/03/06 at 19:59:35, Christian wrote:
Be grateful you have them. I've been turned down for job after job.  >:(


You'll get one!  It took me over a year after I graduated from college to get a job...and I'm still there.  I hate it, and it's not what  i really wanted to do with my degree...but it's a job.  The job market down here is horrible, and since I graduated the semester that the 9/11 attacks happened, I had an even rougher time finding a job.  

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Dec 3rd, 2006, 9:31pm
Ack...it just dawned on me that my 10 year high school reunion is next year.  Ok, now I really do feel old!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 5th, 2006, 8:58am

on 12/03/06 at 21:31:16, rzezniksangel wrote:
Ack...it just dawned on me that my 10 year high school reunion is next year.  Ok, now I really do feel old!



My high school celebrated it's 50th Anniversary when I graduated.
They had a whole slew of reunions from the first year of graduates from 1953 to Recent ones that graduated in 2003(that was my year).

I didn't go but my mom did. Now since I've been out of high school for 4 years, I feel old.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on Dec 5th, 2006, 10:01am
You're not old. I will be facing my 20 year reunion in 2008......YIKES!! Now I feel old.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 5th, 2006, 11:20am
I'd probably dislike feeling old if my teen years were enjoyable. They weren't, and I don't.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 5th, 2006, 9:45pm

on 12/05/06 at 11:20:50, Christian wrote:
I'd probably dislike feeling old if my teen years were enjoyable. They weren't, and I don't.



I was a band geek...I played the Saxophone...I wasn't accepted in the 'in' crowd of that time.

They were stupid anyways.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 5th, 2006, 9:50pm
I was the "crazy kid". Not that I didn't earn the reputation with several....ahem...."episodes". It get annoying when the teachers started treating me like I was going to fall apart at any minute.


To sum up, glad my teen years are over. I plan to stay 21 forever though.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by fan.googoodolls on Dec 5th, 2006, 10:44pm

on 12/05/06 at 21:45:49, the white o wrote:
I was a band geek...I played the Saxophone...I wasn't accepted in the 'in' crowd of that time.

They were stupid anyways.


I was a bank geek also ... I played the trumpet. ;D
I still do too ...

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on Dec 5th, 2006, 11:06pm
I was definitely a band geek and loved every minute of it. I played flute, piccolo and saxophone. At my school the band members weren't treated badly and we had many 'jocks' and 'popular' kids in band as well.

I'm not a 20 something but yet I keep commenting on your thread :-/

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by sofaraway7 on Dec 5th, 2006, 11:07pm
I'm 23.

When I was 15ish/16ish, I remember listening to "Girl right next to me"...you know the line that goes "in all my dreams, I'm 23..." and thinking, "wow, I'm going to be 23 someday."

Well, on Oct 21, I woke up and I was indeed 23. And in "all my dreams," I'm about 21, back in college, learning exciting things (or doing something juvenille, stupid, and fun involving squirt guns and alcohol), and not getting up to go to a job that I don't like but am lucky to have because I majored in English and German.

eesh.




Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the green o on Dec 6th, 2006, 1:03am

on 12/05/06 at 23:06:42, Shannon wrote:
I'm not a 20 something but yet I keep commenting on your thread :-/


Maybe we should start an Old WOGgers Club too.
Hi, I'm the green o, and I'm 51. I was a science geek in high school, and I totally survived my 30-year High school reunion.  
:P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Dream of Goo on Dec 6th, 2006, 11:00am
Cool thread. I turned 21 just over a week ago. Compared to all my other birthdays, i do feel at this one i actually feel older! lol and i finish uni this year too!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by fan.googoodolls on Dec 6th, 2006, 1:08pm

on 12/05/06 at 23:06:42, Shannon wrote:
I'm not a 20 something but yet I keep commenting on your thread :-/


But you're a 20 something at heart, right? I think that counts.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 6th, 2006, 1:43pm

on 12/05/06 at 23:06:42, Shannon wrote:
I was definitely a band geek and loved every minute of it. I played flute, piccolo and saxophone. At my school the band members weren't treated badly and we had many 'jocks' and 'popular' kids in band as well.

I'm not a 20 something but yet I keep commenting on your thread :-/



:D I loved high school band. Best 4 years of my life.

You know, we should change this to the 20+ Club... So everyone 20 and above can post :D!!

We've all had expierences we can share, similar expeirences we can give advice on...why not?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 6th, 2006, 1:51pm

on 12/06/06 at 01:03:40, the green o wrote:
Maybe we should start an Old WOGgers Club too.
Hi, I'm the green o, and I'm 51. I was a science geek in high school, and I totally survived my 30-year High school reunion.  
:P


You know, we're gonna have to start IDing the posters in here.   :D

In high school I was "the smart girl".  My group of friends are that group who pretty much got along with everyone.  I was in band for 2 years until the teacher angered me and I wrote him a letter I probably should have been suspended for and quit... It was cool though, gave me more time for my science classes.  :D

And my 5 year reunion is coming up.  I'm totally against it, but my best friend will probably force me into going.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the green o on Dec 6th, 2006, 4:51pm

on 12/06/06 at 13:51:41, the red o wrote:
You know, we're gonna have to start IDing the posters in here.   :D

...  I was in band for 2 years until the teacher angered me and I wrote him a letter I probably should have been suspended for...


So...like, when I whip out my AARP (Association of Aging Rock Patrons) card, I get bounced out?

So hard to believe that you, of all people, would have ever written a letter like that, lol.

I hereby kick myself out of the 20-somethings thread.

Beat it, Old WOGger!
:seeya:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 6th, 2006, 7:21pm
Awwww.  I kid (you're in here, reading this right now, aren't you, old WOGger?).  You can stay, you just have to leave the walker at the door so no one trips.  :D And you're not allowed to say "back in my day..."

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 6th, 2006, 7:26pm
No Barry Manilow either.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the green o on Dec 6th, 2006, 7:31pm

on 12/06/06 at 19:26:07, Christian wrote:
No Barry Manilow either.  ;D



:dead:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 6th, 2006, 7:52pm

on 12/06/06 at 19:31:39, the green o wrote:
:dead:


See?  This is what happens.  We let the 20+ folks in and they start dying all over the place.


I'm not cleaning that up.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 6th, 2006, 8:14pm

on 12/06/06 at 19:52:46, the red o wrote:
See?  This is what happens.  We let the 20+ folks in and they start dying all over the place.


I'm not cleaning that up.



*grumbles with a heavy sigh* I'll go get the broom....

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Dec 6th, 2006, 8:49pm
20+ club would work!

we will definitely need some advice :)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the green o on Dec 6th, 2006, 9:06pm
I'm dead. Killed by the mere thought of Barry M-m-manilow.

I thought it would have happened in a mosh pit, but noooo...

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 7th, 2006, 5:14am
I now have the image of Barry Manilow being tossed around in a mosh pit.

Suddenly, I'm happy.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 7th, 2006, 11:23am
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v148/y2goo_4ever/moshing_Manilow.jpg

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the green o on Dec 7th, 2006, 12:48pm
eww.

just

eww.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 7th, 2006, 2:49pm

on 12/07/06 at 12:48:56, the green o wrote:
eww.

just

eww.



COULD YOU IMAGINE???

LMAO!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by your_mom on Dec 8th, 2006, 12:56am
yay for 20 somethings!  Im 25.  Do I get a cookie now?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 8th, 2006, 6:48am

on 12/08/06 at 00:56:21, your_mom wrote:
yay for 20 somethings!  Im 25.  Do I get a cookie now?


SURE! :D

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Have many cookies :D They're delicious!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Dec 8th, 2006, 1:12pm
http://droppingthegloves.loyaloppositionresearch.com/Cookie_Monster.jpg

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 8th, 2006, 2:32pm
Cookie Monster is older than his 20s.  He's out of the club.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on Dec 8th, 2006, 3:09pm
Yes, I do believe he belongs in our club.  ;)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on Dec 8th, 2006, 3:33pm
Man.....you're really advertising for this so called Drew club. You think if you get it enough 'exposure' everyone will want your club instead? ;)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 11th, 2006, 7:18pm
Just ruining the blue o's streak.  I'm the thread killer, not you!  The custom title agrees with me.  :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the red o on Dec 11th, 2006, 8:27pm
I think there are only 2 custom titles, so that's not a very impressive power really.   :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by fan.googoodolls on Dec 12th, 2006, 12:21pm
Bump.  Being a 20-something rules, most of the time. ::)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 12th, 2006, 2:09pm

on 12/12/06 at 12:21:36, fan.googoodolls wrote:
Bump.  Being a 20-something rules, most of the time. ::)



Most of the time is right.

I feel I'm stuck between my years of growing up and being a child, to wanting to break free, but just doesn't want to let go of my security blanket yet....

I'm only 21...

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Dec 12th, 2006, 7:58pm

on 12/12/06 at 14:09:31, the white o wrote:
Most of the time is right.

I feel I'm stuck between my years of growing up and being a child, to wanting to break free, but just doesn't want to let go of my security blanket yet....

I'm only 21...


I wish I was still 21.....I've only got 2-1/2 years left in my 20's....ENJOY EVERY MINUTE OF YOUR LIFE NOW!!!  Trust me....

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 13th, 2006, 10:52am

on 12/12/06 at 19:58:49, rzezniksangel wrote:
I wish I was still 21.....I've only got 2-1/2 years left in my 20's....ENJOY EVERY MINUTE OF YOUR LIFE NOW!!!  Trust me....


Okay, thank you :) rzezniksangel.  :angel4:

It's just everything is so confusing right now....but it'll all work out soon....I'm hoping....

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the black o on Dec 18th, 2006, 1:16pm

on 12/13/06 at 10:52:21, the white o wrote:
:angel4:


I could watch that emoticon all afternoon.
Ugh! I need a life.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Dec 21st, 2006, 3:36pm

on 12/12/06 at 14:09:31, the white o wrote:
Most of the time is right.

I feel I'm stuck between my years of growing up and being a child, to wanting to break free, but just doesn't want to let go of my security blanket yet....

I'm only 21...


Hey guys! I'm 23, so can I join the fun in the 20-somethings club?

Anyway I know how you feel about being in that in-between time. I graduate college in May and that just sorta floors me. College has always been my security blanket and knowing it will be gone in 6 months is just crazy. It's also a time where friends are going to be leaving and that kills me. My friends are my life, they keep me alive, literally and just knowing we all have to part soon ... uh I don't even want to get into it. But without sounding like a wise old owl ... we only have the present, I'm living it to its fullest, I don't want to be 90 years old rocking my grandkids to sleep telling them stories of what grandma wishes she would have done ... I'm going to be telling them about all the things grandma DID do.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 23rd, 2006, 10:57am

on 12/21/06 at 15:36:11, GlitteringGoo wrote:
Hey guys! I'm 23, so can I join the fun in the 20-somethings club?

Anyway I know how you feel about being in that in-between time. I graduate college in May and that just sorta floors me. College has always been my security blanket and knowing it will be gone in 6 months is just crazy. It's also a time where friends are going to be leaving and that kills me. My friends are my life, they keep me alive, literally and just knowing we all have to part soon ... uh I don't even want to get into it. But without sounding like a wise old owl ... we only have the present, I'm living it to its fullest, I don't want to be 90 years old rocking my grandkids to sleep telling them stories of what grandma wishes she would have done ... I'm going to be telling them about all the things grandma DID do.



Welcome!!! :) And life is just beginning!! :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Dec 28th, 2006, 7:37pm
Boy did I kill this thread....


*sulks* :-[ :'(

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 1st, 2007, 10:19pm
aw no you didn't!

has anyone else noticed how weird guys are getting now that we're in our twenties? i have or had these amazing three awesome guy friends and i'm pretty much down to one now. (i have more guy friends it's just that these three plus me made this awesome little tight-knit group) the one guy forever will always be that person i can call at 4am and he'll never get mad. the other two just over this summer totally got weird. the one that truly boths me the most, him and i were so so close and now i don't think he'd bat an eye if i died. we haven't talked since august and i sent him a message in november on facebook and he hasn't responded to it. i just don't get it. and i'm having the hardest time just letting his friendship die ... i let to many other friendships die in my past (some of which i regret) and i know he's going to pull his head outta his ass someday and wake up. so that's why i hold on hope but i'm just being stupid i guess.

okay that was a rambling bummed out post haha sorry i just had to vent.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Jan 1st, 2007, 10:20pm

on 12/28/06 at 19:37:59, the white o wrote:
Boy did I kill this thread....


*sulks* :-[ :'(



that made me litterally lol

hehe

thanks for the late night laugh.....

~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Jan 2nd, 2007, 5:41am
uh... I am an irresponsible 24-year old.

this morning I lost one of the diamond earrings my mom got me for Christmas. I'm pretty sure it's in the bathroom...

DAMN DAMN DAMN. I knew the back was a little loose but I didn't think it'd just fall out of my ear.

who's the saint you pray to when you've lost something? well i'll be doing that now :(

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 2nd, 2007, 1:24pm

on 01/02/07 at 05:41:34, iris3732 wrote:
who's the saint you pray to when you've lost something? well i'll be doing that now :(


Saint Anthony ...

Dear St. Anothony please come around something is lost and cannot be found.

i think that's how it goes, i'm always asking him for help lol to find stuff

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Jan 2nd, 2007, 4:38pm

on 01/01/07 at 22:20:30, partygoober wrote:
that made me litterally lol

hehe

thanks for the late night laugh.....

~Kristyn~


;D Glad I could make your night. :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Jan 3rd, 2007, 6:29am
Oh thank you, Saint Anthony! Found my earring!


Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Jan 3rd, 2007, 5:58pm

on 01/03/07 at 06:29:06, iris3732 wrote:
Oh thank you, Saint Anthony! Found my earring!


I think my mom has a necklace of Saint Anthony somewhere.

In my house, he usually makes himself comfy! ;)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Jan 5th, 2007, 11:15pm
Please, 20-somethings and others, I need to vent about men. It's gonna be long but I gotta get it off my chest.

Let me tell you this bullshit I just experienced.

3 weeks ago, I met a dude at a bar; we'll call him Steve. I was with my friend Beth and he was with his friend Tom. Beth and Tom start talking and Steve and I were talking the whole night.

He's 25, I'm 24; thought it was a good match. He was really sweet, called me a couple of days later and we planned a date. After THAT date he called me a few days later and we went out to lunch.

I invited him to a party I was having a few days later at my apt. Things are going great right? Well, except for the fact that he had never tried to kiss me, which I though was odd especially since we'd been hanging out a lot. But, as stupid as this sounds, I thought he was waiting for the right time or something.

Anyway, after he came to my apt I don't hear from him for a week. I'm like, whatever, he's not into me. So I delete him from my cell and stuff. Tonight he calls and says, "Hey, a bunch of us are downtown; why don't you come meet us?" I said sure. He says to call him when I get down there.

Five minutes later his friend Tom calls me and says, "I wanted to personally apologize to you because I won't be able to come out tonight." I was like "whaaat...?" I said "uh, why are you calling me? Is Steve trying to set us up or something?" And Tom says, "No, no...uh, what are you doing tomorrow night? want me to give you a call?"

So I'm REALLY confused at this point. I mumbled something about "sure..yeah." Then I left to go downtown.

I call Steve and he ignores my calls. Finally he answers and says "Did you talk to Tom?" I told him I did and that he wasn't coming. Steve says, "Oh well then I don't know what to tell you. I'm going to a strip club with my ex and we're going to see lots of naked ladies and have fun."

what the HELL? I felt like someone punched me in the face. This came out of left field. Then he hangs up. I try calling him back to find out about the Tom business; he ignores my calls. Finally he answers and says, "This is Steve, I don't like you but Tom does so I told him to call you."

what the fuck. I didn't even TALK to Tom the first night I met Steve. Steve and I went out twice.

I try calling Steve one more time and his ex-girlfriend answers. She basically told me that Steve is one confused boy and changes his mind about things often. That's fine but don't fucking throw me to your friend.

So I just left a voicemail for Tom basically saying I don't know how there was a mixup; I'm sorry but I'm not interested; good luck with life.

I feel like a fool. Should I have seen this coming? I thought stuff like this stopped after grade school.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Jan 6th, 2007, 9:24am
iris...that sounded like one fucked up night


i've never had that experience..a.nd thats really weird

i think you did the right thing by just getting out of the situation... :)...there are many many other fish in the sea

~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 6th, 2007, 12:44pm
Wow. Who goes to a strip club with their ex?

.....who goes to a strip club in the first place?  ::)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Jan 6th, 2007, 2:01pm

on 01/06/07 at 09:24:37, partygoober wrote:
iris...that sounded like one fucked up night


i've never had that experience..a.nd thats really weird

i think you did the right thing by just getting out of the situation... :)...there are many many other fish in the sea

~Kristyn~

Yeah, it's never happened to me before either...I was totally thrown for a loop.

And definitely there are other fish in the sea...hopefully I'll find someone normal....apparently now when I give my phone number out I should to follow it with a disclaimer: This number is intended for you and only you. It is not to be passed around without previously gaining permission from owner.


on 01/06/07 at 12:44:54, Christian wrote:
Wow. Who goes to a strip club with their ex?

.....who goes to a strip club in the first place?  ::)

And who rubs it in my face? That was sooo sleazy.

What gets me is when I met him he said, "Well, I go to church. I read the Bible. I'm a good person."  I never knew why he felt the need to tell me that.

Ok. I'm over it. Thanks for letting me vent everyone :)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Jan 7th, 2007, 4:39pm
For some reason, the twenty-somethings boys are just one big mess.  Thankfully I'm no longer in the dating world, but my husband's friends all seem to have a few screws loose.  And the guys I was friends with all through high school & college...yeah...they all flaked out and disappeared too.  *scratches head*  I just don't get it.  

For those of you twenty-something guys that are on here....do us girls do something that makes this happen?  Or are you all really just a little off?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 8th, 2007, 5:35am
A blanket statement like that is a little silly, don't you think?  ::)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 8th, 2007, 5:57pm
not that i want to get into a battle of the sexes on here ...

but it's not bad to make a blanket statement like that. guy's classify girls in all kinds of catagories and ways just based on what they THINK we want or are talking about. this theory has been told to me and proven to me by my close guy friends. guys close off a lot and won't speak up so they just go with their assumption of us. so if that's okay then what we're asking is okay too. plus it's just a generalization of a statement of a group, it's not just pinpointing one person.

(if that came off bitchy i didn't mean too haha i'm just standing up for our questions)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Jan 8th, 2007, 8:40pm

on 01/08/07 at 17:57:13, GlitteringGoo wrote:
not that i want to get into a battle of the sexes on here ...

but it's not bad to make a blanket statement like that. guy's classify girls in all kinds of catagories and ways just based on what they THINK we want or are talking about. this theory has been told to me and proven to me by my close guy friends. guys close off a lot and won't speak up so they just go with their assumption of us. so if that's okay then what we're asking is okay too. plus it's just a generalization of a statement of a group, it's not just pinpointing one person.

(if that came off bitchy i didn't mean too haha i'm just standing up for our questions)


Thanks Heather!  ;D

My question/statement wasn't meant to sound like I'm being catty.  I'm just curious as to why this happens...and knowing that I'm not the only one that it's happened to, that fact is kinda comforting.   :whip:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Jan 8th, 2007, 9:02pm
My friend has an amazing husband so I know there are decent guys out there....and I'm sure your guy is great too, rzezniksangel :)

but DAMN. Do all the wackos have to flock to me?

overgeneralizing I know but this last guy....I can't help it.

maybe he was possessed....that would explain so much.....

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 9th, 2007, 4:45am

on 01/08/07 at 17:57:13, GlitteringGoo wrote:
not that i want to get into a battle of the sexes on here ...

but it's not bad to make a blanket statement like that. guy's classify girls in all kinds of catagories and ways just based on what they THINK we want or are talking about. this theory has been told to me and proven to me by my close guy friends. guys close off a lot and won't speak up so they just go with their assumption of us. so if that's okay then what we're asking is okay too. plus it's just a generalization of a statement of a group, it's not just pinpointing one person.

(if that came off bitchy i didn't mean too haha i'm just standing up for our questions)


Don't take any of this personally, I'm not attacking you. I've always loved a good debate and I can get rather passionate. I'm not arguing from a position of anger but from one of logic and reason.


Perhaps men you have known do classify women based on erroneous information. However, if by your own admission such classifications are incorrect, how can you use them to justify your own classifications of men?

Furthermore, I don't understand how you can say that a generalization of a group isn't a bad thing because it's not pinpointing one person. That's precisely why it is bad. It doesn't speak ill of one person, it speaks ill of many, and unjustly. To draw a parallel, I could say that a guy I knew in high school who happened to be black was a jerk, or I could say that every black guy is a jerk. I'm obviously not accusing you of holding such an opinion, I'm just trying to put some perspective on this.

Anyway, if someone is a jerk to you, it's because of who they are, not what they are. Nurture over nature and all that I suppose, in a sense. The statement "all men/women are jerks" is something that really should die in high school. People are comprised of more than just genitals.

I think this sort of devolved into a rant. Ah well. Time for bed.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 9th, 2007, 4:09pm
The generalization is of this group of men we are talking about ... the assholes in other words, not ALL men. I can see how it could be taken outta context as one assumption of a group but that's not what I meant and I knew (for the most part) everyone in this thread knew that.


Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 9th, 2007, 4:13pm

on 01/08/07 at 21:02:58, iris3732 wrote:
but DAMN. Do all the wackos have to flock to me?


oh i know the feeling! when my friends and i go out we always have a "wacko/weirdo" escape route. it happened last week as a matter of fact. thankfully the place we were at had two floors so we disappeared upstairs for awhile and when we came back down he was leaving. my big thing is when you're so obviously not into a guy at the bar/club and they just won't give up. that's a huge turn off!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Jan 9th, 2007, 8:25pm
Christian, I hope you don't think we were attacking you!  We're just baffled at the behavior of said "boys", and are trying to figure out why that happens so often in our age group...that's all.  

Ugh, and I don't miss having to avoid the whacko/wierdo guys.  That was probably the worst part of bar hopping with the girls.  One of my friends in college and I bought matching silver rings and used to tell the guys that bothered us that we were "together" to get them to leave us alone.  The only problem with that was that some of them liked that idea....and that was when it paid off to be-friend the bouncers!  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 10th, 2007, 1:32am
Oh, right. Ahem. My face is red. Anyway.

I think it has to do with our generation and the culture which we've been exposed to. A lot of guys seem to have it in their head that Friends is an example of pristine dating exercises.  ::)

I can't really comment on bars, seeing as how I've never been to one. I can only imagine the kind of people.  :kookoo: (Lord I love that guy)

Come to think of it, I can't really comment on anything to do with dating seeing as how I rarely ever go on dates. Painfully shy and all that.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 10th, 2007, 7:08am

on 01/09/07 at 20:25:42, rzezniksangel wrote:
One of my friends in college and I bought matching silver rings and used to tell the guys that bothered us that we were "together" to get them to leave us alone.  The only problem with that was that some of them liked that idea....and that was when it paid off to be-friend the bouncers!  ;D


i always wear a diamond band on my left hand. i know that's my wedding ring finger but i just like the band on that hand better. anyway when i'm out if a guy won't let up i turn it around to the non-diamond part and flash my hand in their face and they are like "oh sorry." my girls and i will dance with each other a lot too if creeps are out so it gives the illusion we may be together haha. my one guy friend can't go out with us anymore do to DUI charges (stupid he was for getting that) but when he could go out he was sorta my safety. we often just appeared to be together so no girls would bother him and no guys would bother me. hahaha aahhh the tricks of the trade haha.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Jan 18th, 2007, 6:31am
my 20 year old love life vent

to make the longest story (that i actually told last night to a friend) extremely short....me and my current boyfriend have been dating for 8 months now after a 3 year "relationship" type esque situation...

during anytime before that we had been seeing eachother...but he was also seeing others too....

well back in march we were kinda official, but it was an open relationship (til may when we become exclusive) b/c i was away at school....

i was understood that during these 2 months we were allowed to see others, but we both didn't however.....or so i thought


as i'm saying this last night isee the smirk on his face...and say "right...." and he's like maybe...and so i say who

he tells me....and i had suspected it then but he would tell me no...this girl jamie at his school...who apparently helped him move out....

now i understand he's alloewd to see people....but i was underthe impression that an open reltionship you would tell the other and vice versa

and...after a difficult 2 1/2 years already he had told me in march that he did love me (and i know he as serious...you just might not understand and thats ok)....it just really hurt me b/c yes he's done all this stuff before but not when he's had all these strong feelings for me

so how can you do that to someone you love....and then tell me about it 8 months later, and not expect me to get pissed off.

[email protected]!!!!!

fucking boys....

~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Jan 18th, 2007, 8:35am
Aw, PG, I'm sorry that happened. Seems like I have been hearing nothing but bad boy stories lately :(

I also thought an open relationship meant each person was aware of who the other was dating....sucks that you spent essentially 3 years of your time with this guy when there are others out there.


Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 18th, 2007, 2:48pm
I'd like to think heartbreak is exclusive to your 20's but I'm pretty sure it's universal. The solution? Eschew intimacy and all forms of it. "One cannot be betrayed if one has no people"  8)

(Lord I need to be less melodramatic)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Jan 18th, 2007, 8:23pm

on 01/18/07 at 14:48:43, Christian wrote:
I'd like to think heartbreak is exclusive to your 20's but I'm pretty sure it's universal. The solution? Eschew intimacy and all forms of it. "One cannot be betrayed if one has no people"  8)

(Lord I need to be less melodramatic)



I'm not looking for a relationship right now, but if I meet someone I'm not going to not pursue it....lol I'm sort of waiting for the relationship to come to me.. :)

But boys are real trouble them boys!! *shakes fist* lol... :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 18th, 2007, 9:09pm
Damn straight I'm trouble.  8)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Jan 20th, 2007, 6:48pm
thanks for the imput guys...me and the boy talked it out....i guess it's in the past and i just have to move on...no big deal....no time to be sad about it when we can celebrate and be happy that we've been official for 8 months today :)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 21st, 2007, 12:12am
Good for you Kristyn. I know far too many people(me) who get hung on small things that just don't matter.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 21st, 2007, 10:11pm
so i have a new one ...

after a semi-intoxicated night my friends and i end up at this pizza place we always end the night with when we go out. and my one good guy friend starts giving off advice when my friend amanda picks his brain about why guys do this and why guys do that. well he comes off with this ... "guys are only friends with girls for one of two reason. 1. to get something from them that is not sexual or 2. to eventually bang them." so after a good laugh i'm like "oh really? then what's the reason behind our friendship?" and amanda's like "yeah why are you friends with heather?" (cuz honestly i'd never be with him he's just a friend) and my guy friend goes "well she's honest, a good person and offers good intellectual conversation" and i'm like "oh please! good backpeddling." haha i know he was saying it to be an ass and only semi-serious but with the way guys are anymore it does sorta make sense doesn't it? haha oh boy ...

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 22nd, 2007, 3:14pm
That's just an excuse people use to be jerks.  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Jan 23rd, 2007, 4:02pm

on 01/21/07 at 22:11:55, GlitteringGoo wrote:
so i have a new one ...

after a semi-intoxicated night my friends and i end up at this pizza place we always end the night with when we go out. and my one good guy friend starts giving off advice when my friend amanda picks his brain about why guys do this and why guys do that. well he comes off with this ... "guys are only friends with girls for one of two reason. 1. to get something from them that is not sexual or 2. to eventually bang them." so after a good laugh i'm like "oh really? then what's the reason behind our friendship?" and amanda's like "yeah why are you friends with heather?" (cuz honestly i'd never be with him he's just a friend) and my guy friend goes "well she's honest, a good person and offers good intellectual conversation" and i'm like "oh please! good backpeddling." haha i know he was saying it to be an ass and only semi-serious but with the way guys are anymore it does sorta make sense doesn't it? haha oh boy ...



WHY WHY!!! why are you still chasing after these stupid pricks hunny...seriously...if i hear you are doing this by the time you graduate in may...i will myself take the bus up to bloomsburg, and kick your ass.

that is all.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by GlitteringGoo on Jan 23rd, 2007, 6:29pm

on 01/23/07 at 16:02:06, partygoober wrote:
WHY WHY!!! why are you still chasing after these stupid pricks hunny...seriously...if i hear you are doing this by the time you graduate in may...i will myself take the bus up to bloomsburg, and kick your ass.

that is all.



hahaha ... aw thanks for having my back and wanting to kick some sense into me. but i'm not chasing after this guy or anyone right now. i'm single and i'm loving it plus God only knows where i'll be moving to this summer so it wouldn't be fair for me to get into something right now away. this guy who said this is just a guy friend and i mean it, hahaha people in hell have a better chance of getting ice water than he does getting a piece of me! haha

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Jan 28th, 2007, 4:38pm
Sometimes I think the reason that some women want men who are "bad" per say, is for the thrill of the adventure...

...that's how I feel...I love the thrill of feeling 'bad' sometimes...

But again, that's just me...

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 28th, 2007, 5:17pm
Ah, the unfathomable appeal of the "bad boy".  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Jan 28th, 2007, 5:22pm

on 01/28/07 at 17:17:34, Christian wrote:
Ah, the unfathomable appeal of the "bad boy".  :P



I like the thrill of being with one....

Unfortunately, I'm not thrilled right now...lol!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jan 28th, 2007, 8:11pm
As the virtual antithesis of the bad boy, I resent them fully.  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Feb 8th, 2007, 9:59am
do you 2 wanna get a room?..... ;)


:)

~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Feb 8th, 2007, 10:28am

on 02/08/07 at 09:59:21, partygoober wrote:
do you 2 wanna get a room?..... ;)


:)

~Kristyn~



http://www.outsourcing-information-technology.com/common/graphics/articles/4905/5215.jpg

ROTFL!!!!!  :hahaha:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the black o on Feb 9th, 2007, 7:44am
Um *runs away* :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Feb 10th, 2007, 11:24am


I KNEW IT

;D

~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Feb 10th, 2007, 2:37pm
You know nothing.  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Feb 10th, 2007, 9:40pm



i know all

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Feb 11th, 2007, 3:42pm
An omniscient Kristyn? There is no god.   :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Feb 11th, 2007, 6:19pm



.....



until now



;D :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Feb 11th, 2007, 6:32pm
............I think I'm going to just back up a bit



:P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Feb 12th, 2007, 4:43am

on 02/11/07 at 18:19:19, partygoober wrote:
.....



until now



;D :P



How do you wish to be worshiped, ever mighty one?  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Feb 12th, 2007, 5:55am

on 02/12/07 at 04:43:10, Christian wrote:
How do you wish to be worshiped, ever mighty one?  :P


May I suggest - everyone has to eat pierogies for dinner. Fried pierogies.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Feb 12th, 2007, 4:33pm
She is indeed a cruel goddess.  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Feb 12th, 2007, 8:27pm



welll i'm only in it for the free food



.......and i had some fried ones last night :)


~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Feb 13th, 2007, 12:14am
The lord of all creation and you're only in it for the free food?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Feb 13th, 2007, 8:46am

on 02/13/07 at 00:14:53, Christian wrote:
The lord of all creation and you're only in it for the free food?


yeah, free food will get anyone to do anything.

including being the lord of all creation. :)

one of the many perks, but the best perk none-the-less.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Feb 13th, 2007, 11:41am

on 02/13/07 at 08:46:13, iris3732 wrote:
yeah, free food will get anyone to do anything.

including being the lord of all creation. :)

one of the many perks, but the best perk none-the-less.



I like perks :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Feb 13th, 2007, 7:33pm

on 02/13/07 at 11:41:22, the white o wrote:
I like perks :D



yeah man, i ain't complaining...



ARE YOU CHRISTIAN?~!!>?!?!?....


tha'll shall not argue with thy goddess  


damn i love this job

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the white o on Feb 13th, 2007, 8:11pm

on 02/13/07 at 19:33:32, partygoober wrote:
yeah man, i ain't complaining...



ARE YOU CHRISTIAN?~!!>?!?!?....


tha'll shall not argue with thy goddess  


damn i love this job



:D! I don't think anyone should complain about the perks!

:angel4:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Heather on Apr 2nd, 2007, 11:28am
WOW!!!!


Ok well, I am 23 years old. Born 9-11-83( yea people tend to give me a look)

Heritage: Father's side is Irish and Creek Indian.
Mother's side is German I think.


I love  midievil stuff. I am not gothic, I just love the history. My whole house has swords and Wizards and stuff everywhere along with some christian artifacts.

I love the outdoors, and I have  no fear of getting hurt (physically that is).

I am not in any hurry to get married because I was engaged to a totally @$$hole so I am living life.
Got  2 older brothers and a sister,I play in a southern rock band with them. Been playing since I was 6 years old. I was raised  in a penichostal Church. ( spelling) Not the ones that handle snakes but the ones that get loud and shout and shake. It's funny because my best friend is Catholic and she is totally afraid of my religion, and I am afraid of hers.(they deal with demonic things)I Love music. I played music  in chruch. I love comedy. I worked as a Fire/EMS dispatcher (911) and sometimes you need to take something bad and find something that is funny to keep your sanity.
But now I work as an  ACO- Officer with the Sheriff' department.
See? I like  doing things were I could get hurt.
I love 80s hair bands and country too so. I am abit southern. Kinda like Jeff Foxworthy.  
I'm a bubblehead. I do somethings that can't be explained. My boss is polish, his last name is Rzenik too but its' spelled  with a "w" in there somewhere and he swears that polish people are smarter than me. lol.
Favorite Sport. NASCAR!!!!



So that is alittle bit about my crazy personality.


Heather






Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Heather on Apr 2nd, 2007, 11:38am

on 02/12/07 at 05:55:45, iris3732 wrote:
May I suggest - everyone has to eat pierogies for dinner. Fried pierogies.  ;D



My Lt. made some of them along with some sausage. I was sick for days lol.

Heather

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Apr 29th, 2007, 12:49am
Had to be the sausage that made you sick....I virtually live off pierogies and I feel pretty awesome! :)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by dancerchick310 on May 9th, 2007, 7:02pm
ahhh...
yes...
the 20 something...
still wondering about life...SO TRUE!!!
which is where i am now....

darn!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by laurengoo on May 16th, 2007, 5:36pm

on 04/29/07 at 00:49:41, iris3732 wrote:
Had to be the sausage that made you sick....I virtually live off pierogies and I feel pretty awesome! :)



I've discovered that perogies with ranch sauce is amazing!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on May 17th, 2007, 9:36pm
Trying to get back in the scheme of things around here.  However, I'm not going to read through 15 pages lol.  I'm 21, so I'm automatically in  :P

So, what's this all about? XD

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on May 17th, 2007, 11:34pm
I'm a 30 something but I'm poppin' in to welcome back Sky. It's been a long time. I hope you're doing well. I don't know if you remember me but I was here before you left.

You can come in here and talk about anything you'd like. It's like your own personal 20 something club.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on May 18th, 2007, 12:18am

on 05/17/07 at 21:36:08, Sakogoo666 wrote:
Trying to get back in the scheme of things around here.  However, I'm not going to read through 15 pages lol.  I'm 21, so I'm automatically in  :P

So, what's this all about? XD


Do my eyes deceive me?  :o

Good to see you around here again. Now if you'll just stay, you crazy girl.  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on May 18th, 2007, 5:30pm

on 05/17/07 at 23:34:07, Shannon wrote:
I'm a 30 something but I'm poppin' in to welcome back Sky. It's been a long time. I hope you're doing well. I don't know if you remember me but I was here before you left.

You can come in here and talk about anything you'd like. It's like your own personal 20 something club.


Actually, yes, I do remember you, Shannon  :D  Except last time I was here, you didn't have that nifty "Wog Administrator" tag  :o  Congratulations? lol.  (It's a lot of hard work keeping up with this place and you know it, so good luck!).

And yeah, I'm doing ok I guess, got a better job that pays more, got married three weeks ago.  Just regular stuff.

And thanks for the welcome and the explanation  ;D  How you doin'  ;)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on May 18th, 2007, 5:32pm

on 05/18/07 at 00:18:57, Christian wrote:
Do my eyes deceive me?  :o

Good to see you around here again. Now if you'll just stay, you crazy girl.  :P


*waves arms in squiggly motions*  You're iiin a dreaaam, thiiis isn't reaaaal!  MWA HA HA HA HA HA!

Sorry about all the disappearing, these past few years of my life have been freakin' insane, and you know it  :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on May 18th, 2007, 8:18pm
It's not a dream, it's a nightmare.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on May 18th, 2007, 9:12pm

on 05/18/07 at 20:18:21, Christian wrote:
It's not a dream, it's a nightmare.  ;D

And you like it ;)  :naughty: LoL

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on May 18th, 2007, 9:33pm
Well that goes without saying.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on May 20th, 2007, 10:16pm

on 05/18/07 at 17:30:34, Sakogoo666 wrote:
got married three weeks ago.  Just regular stuff.


I think you tried to sneak this fact by us but I noticed it.

CONGRATULATIONS!! :) I don't expect you'd put a picture here for us to see....maybe...?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Saz_Goo on May 21st, 2007, 7:27am
Welcome back, Sky! And wow, married eh? Congrats. :)

I'm pretty happy right now - at the grand old age of 25, I've finally passed my driving test! (It's not that I've failed before or anything, just never had the time or money before) I can't believe how excited I am at the prospect of getting a car and actually being able to drive myself around. :P  :woohoo:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on May 21st, 2007, 7:49pm

on 05/20/07 at 22:16:06, iris3732 wrote:
I think you tried to sneak this fact by us but I noticed it.

CONGRATULATIONS!! :) I don't expect you'd put a picture here for us to see....maybe...?


What's even creepier - I don't even remember typing that  :wtf:  But yeah, got married exactly one month ago today actually.  We have pictures, but I look like god damn bloody hell and not in a good way  :shakehead:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on May 21st, 2007, 7:51pm

on 05/21/07 at 07:27:58, Saz_Goo wrote:
Welcome back, Sky! And wow, married eh? Congrats. :)

I'm pretty happy right now - at the grand old age of 25, I've finally passed my driving test! (It's not that I've failed before or anything, just never had the time or money before) I can't believe how excited I am at the prospect of getting a car and actually being able to drive myself around. :P  :woohoo:


Thanks, and thanks  :)

I wouldn't be surprised that you passed it at that age actually.  England streets are SCARY.  Driving on the other side of the road?? :wtf:  I almost got run over over there lol.  What kind of car do you want to get?  Make sure you save up for a good down payment.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on May 30th, 2007, 7:23pm

on 05/21/07 at 19:49:30, Sakogoo666 wrote:
What's even creepier - I don't even remember typing that  :wtf:  But yeah, got married exactly one month ago today actually.  We have pictures, but I look like god damn bloody hell and not in a good way  :shakehead:


congrats you nut!


now show pictures....NOW


~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on May 31st, 2007, 7:42pm

on 05/30/07 at 19:23:25, partygoober wrote:
congrats you nut!


now show pictures....NOW


~Kristyn~


NO lol.  They're so freakin' bad.   :dead:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on May 31st, 2007, 8:13pm
Did you wear a black dress? :)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on Jun 3rd, 2007, 4:57pm

on 05/31/07 at 20:13:50, iris3732 wrote:
Did you wear a black dress? :)

My husband didn't let me  :'(  However it wasn't all white XD.  Brown with white and some crystal stuff and a shawl.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Jun 13th, 2007, 8:44pm
it's wierd to hear you say "my husband"


and...i demand pictures...atleast for me.

~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by ChickenCookie on Jun 20th, 2007, 6:37am

on 05/21/07 at 19:49:30, Sakogoo666 wrote:
What's even creepier - I don't even remember typing that  :wtf:  But yeah, got married exactly one month ago today actually.  We have pictures, but I look like god damn bloody hell and not in a good way  :shakehead:

Whoa!!!  See what you miss when you're not reading the 20-something thread 'cuz you're too damn old ...  :'(

SKY!!!  CONGRATULATIONS!!!  That's some cool, exciting news!

And pictures.  Yes.  We want pictures.  I don't care if you look like bloody hell.  If you don't pony up, I'm hunting you down and doing a total makeover on you and making you look like a peppy, cheerleading prom queen.  Complete with tiara.  

Don't think I won't do it, either.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Let_Love_In on Jun 20th, 2007, 12:38pm
hi.

my name is ashley. i'm 26. single. i currently live at home with my mom, and two sisters. no job no car or license. right now i help take care of my mentally impaired sister. and i live in a small twon where everything is basically family owned. so, jobs are impossible. unless, you're friend of the family, or are part of it. i'm from yale, michigan. so, if you ever lived here, you're vasically screwed either way. well, unless you have lots of friends. which, i don't have any. so, it doesn't help any. that's my boring life. lol. anyways, i just stopped inhere to say hi to everyone. that's all.

ashley

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jun 20th, 2007, 2:30pm

on 06/20/07 at 06:37:29, ChickenCookie wrote:
Whoa!!!  See what you miss when you're not reading the 20-something thread 'cuz you're too damn old ...  :'(

SKY!!!  CONGRATULATIONS!!!  That's some cool, exciting news!

And pictures.  Yes.  We want pictures.  I don't care if you look like bloody hell.  If you don't pony up, I'm hunting you down and doing a total makeover on you and making you look like a peppy, cheerleading prom queen.  Complete with tiara.  

Don't think I won't do it, either.


I love this idea.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by ChickenCookie on Jun 21st, 2007, 10:31am

on 06/20/07 at 14:30:07, Christian wrote:
I love this idea.  ;D

Care for a road trip Christian?  :devil:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christian on Jun 23rd, 2007, 5:59am
Need you even ask?

And Sky thinks she's evil.  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Saz_Goo on Jun 23rd, 2007, 6:44pm

on 06/20/07 at 12:38:47, Let_Love_In wrote:
hi.

my name is ashley. i'm 26. single. i currently live at home with my mom, and two sisters. no job no car or license. right now i help take care of my mentally impaired sister. and i live in a small twon where everything is basically family owned. so, jobs are impossible. unless, you're friend of the family, or are part of it. i'm from yale, michigan. so, if you ever lived here, you're vasically screwed either way. well, unless you have lots of friends. which, i don't have any. so, it doesn't help any. that's my boring life. lol. anyways, i just stopped inhere to say hi to everyone. that's all.

ashley


Welcome Ashley! I'm 25 and I used to live in a town like yours, so I can relate a bit! And yeah the social life can be pretty dead...are there any clubs or things you can join, like a drama club or a book reading club, something to help you get to know more people? And I would definitely recommend getting your driving license, I just got mine and it's changed my life - in the words of BraveHeart, "FREEEDOOOOM!!" Caring for someone is a very hard job, so I admire you for that! Have you got any Goo shows to look forward to this summer?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on Jun 24th, 2007, 9:43am

on 06/20/07 at 12:38:47, Let_Love_In wrote:
hi.

my name is ashley. i'm 26. single. i currently live at home with my mom, and two sisters. no job no car or license. right now i help take care of my mentally impaired sister. and i live in a small twon where everything is basically family owned. so, jobs are impossible. unless, you're friend of the family, or are part of it. i'm from yale, michigan. so, if you ever lived here, you're vasically screwed either way. well, unless you have lots of friends. which, i don't have any. so, it doesn't help any. that's my boring life. lol. anyways, i just stopped inhere to say hi to everyone. that's all.

ashley

Welcome Ashley. I hope you enjoy hanging out here. I know where Yale is. I'm from Michigan too. I grew up in Grand Rapids but now live in Livonia. I don't have much experience with super small towns but I can imagine what that's like. I like Saz's idea of joining a club to meet people. I think that's the only way to survive in a small town like that....you gotta have friends.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Jun 24th, 2007, 5:16pm
oh shannon, i wish i had a nice heart like you and be able to introduce myself


i'm so mean...i ignored a newbie..

~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by tunnel on Aug 29th, 2007, 7:45pm
So I guess this thread is COMPLETELY dead?

lol.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Sep 3rd, 2007, 8:51am
not if we keep it poppin



~Kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by laurengoo on Sep 3rd, 2007, 11:36am

on 09/03/07 at 08:51:06, partygoober wrote:
not if we keep it poppin



~Kristyn~



Awesome.   :bump:

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by RoadToSalinasGOO on Nov 4th, 2007, 12:19pm
Since I havent been here in FOREVER, might as well make my mark..

Just turned 21 woot..lol, too bad I feel like I'm 30 :-/

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by the o canada on Nov 4th, 2007, 3:39pm
Congrats!  Happy Belated Birthday! :)  21 rules!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by laurengoo on Nov 4th, 2007, 9:33pm
Hey! That means you're legal everywhere now! YAY!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by robin on Jan 26th, 2008, 10:44pm

Dude... Insane... I signed up for the WOG in 7th grade...

And now I'm old enough to be in the 20-somethings club.....

LOL

:jammin:


Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Jan 27th, 2008, 1:49pm
I've got another year and 5 months before I have to migrate into the 30-somethings thread....man do I feel old!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by laurengoo on Mar 4th, 2008, 9:25am

on 01/26/08 at 22:44:07, robin wrote:
Dude... Insane... I signed up for the WOG in 7th grade...

And now I'm old enough to be in the 20-somethings club.....

LOL

:jammin:



Freaks you out kinda eh?
Back in '03 when I signed up I was 17, I'll be 23 in June.
Scary.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by robin on Mar 4th, 2008, 8:48pm

on 03/04/08 at 09:25:59, laurengoo wrote:
Freaks you out kinda eh?
Back in '03 when I signed up I was 17, I'll be 23 in June.
Scary.



lol.

I still love the dancing nanner....  :nanner:

;D 8)  :)


Buddhist philosophy: Embrace your inner child.

- We might be doing ok with that one  ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by laurengoo on Mar 6th, 2008, 10:57pm

on 03/04/08 at 20:48:21, robin wrote:
Buddhist philosophy: Embrace your inner child.

- We might be doing ok with that one  ;D



I think I can do that one :D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Irish Penguin on Mar 9th, 2008, 10:33pm
I can't believe I'll be 22 in a few months. :o

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by laurengoo on Mar 10th, 2008, 9:05pm

on 03/09/08 at 22:33:16, Irish Penguin wrote:
I can't believe I'll be 22 in a few months. :o


That means I'm going to be 23!! Don't wish this to come fast!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Mar 24th, 2008, 7:47pm

on 03/09/08 at 22:33:16, Irish Penguin wrote:
I can't believe I'll be 22 in a few months. :o




i know that feeling...don't remind me.....


yikes

~kristyn~

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on May 13th, 2008, 11:19am
Ohhhh I need to visit the board more often. I forgot about this thread.

Uh..yeah, I'll be 26 in August. It's true what they say. Everything is downhill after 21.

Ok, not really but sometimes I'd like to slow the aging process down.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Jun 30th, 2008, 8:11pm
I can't believe I turned 29 last week....I feel so old!!!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Jul 9th, 2008, 8:01am
I heard that turning 29 is more stressful than turning 30 because you spend 29 going "oh my god. I'm going to be 30 next year!"....but by the time it comes around you are cool with it.

I think I am going to have a huge blowout bash when I turn 30. woooooo!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by rzezniksangel on Jul 19th, 2008, 5:46pm

on 07/09/08 at 08:01:21, iris3732 wrote:
I heard that turning 29 is more stressful than turning 30 because you spend 29 going "oh my god. I'm going to be 30 next year!"....but by the time it comes around you are cool with it.

I think I am going to have a huge blowout bash when I turn 30. woooooo!


I'm already doing the "holy crap I'm gonna be 30 next year" bit.  It's bad.....

Although, I think I'll wind up being okay with it....at 29 I've been married for almost 2 years, just purchased my first piece of property, and will be a parent....I'm just bitter that my 20's are going to be over in 11 short months.  *sigh*

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Sakogoo666 on Sep 12th, 2008, 11:45am
I think everybody here needs a long island iced tea  8)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Pondering My Fate on Sep 12th, 2008, 7:23pm
I keep scrolling past this thread because I keep forgetting that I'm part of it now. :-[

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by DWG on Sep 12th, 2008, 11:40pm
:grouphug:

A big hug to all you 20-somethings.

Fear not the age thing. Really.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Sep 13th, 2008, 5:38pm

on 09/12/08 at 23:40:41, DWG wrote:
:grouphug:

A big hug to all you 20-somethings.

Fear not the age thing. Really.


Thank you.  :) That is so refreshing to hear after my dad says, "I have some advice. Just don't get old."

Thanks, Dad. You're awesome.  ::)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by laurengoo on Sep 13th, 2008, 7:38pm

on 09/13/08 at 17:38:30, iris3732 wrote:
Thank you.  :) That is so refreshing to hear after my dad says, "I have some advice. Just don't get old."

Thanks, Dad. You're awesome.  ::)


Gotta love fathers eh?

My dad is like 'You know I'm always going to pick on you....' then goes into detail of one thing that I did wrong...AGAIN!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by CanadianPenguin on Sep 13th, 2008, 11:21pm
Aww Lauren ... but yeah for being 20-something!! ;D

Title: new here
Post by FeelTheSilence on Oct 13th, 2008, 7:48am
hey.
i'm new on here. my name's ashley. i'm 28. single. unemployed. live at home with mom and 2 sister's. one is mentally impaired. i take care of her when she's home from the adult learning center. i originally have 3 sister's and 1 brother. i've always wanted to settle down. have kids. the whole 9 yards. but, it never happened. i'm at that point, that i do want them. but, too old to care. so, my theory is, if it happens, it happens. if it don't, oh well. it's life. you know? lol. doesn't help i don't have a job either. or the fact that i don't have a license to drive either. failed driver's ed. in school. i was like 1 percent from passing the 1st 2 times, but they don't grade on curves. so, that sucked. and the 3rd, i got kicked out for failing 3 classes in school. by then, i graduated. and never went to apply for it. don't have the money for it. and finding a job in this small town sucks. so, basically for now, my life is screwed. unless, mr.right shows up at my door and changes everything. which, don't count on happening anytime soon. so, i'm stuck. ahhh... life in a nutshell. can't beat that. lol.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Nov 2nd, 2008, 11:22am
welcome feelthesilence!!


and christina, did you turn 20 and i didn't notice?.....i've been internetless.....actually computerless..i just got a mac


..and i'm still in my 20's



Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Shannon on Dec 10th, 2008, 11:49am

on 11/02/08 at 11:22:04, partygoober wrote:
welcome feelthesilence!!


and christina, did you turn 20 and i didn't notice?.....i've been internetless.....actually computerless..i just got a mac


..and i'm still in my 20's

Welcome to the wonderful world of Mac. I just converted last year and love my Macs. How do you like it so far?

Welcome to the WOG FeelTheSilence. I just saw your post in this thread.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Dec 11th, 2008, 9:20pm
i love the mac world...i feel so.........computer savy.....b/c it's so easy

best gift to myself ever



on 12/10/08 at 11:49:15, Shannon wrote:
Welcome to the wonderful world of Mac. I just converted last year and love my Macs. How do you like it so far?

Welcome to the WOG FeelTheSilence. I just saw your post in this thread.


Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by FeelTheSilence on Dec 16th, 2008, 11:45pm
hey.
thanks guys. glad i could be part of the discussion group.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Feb 11th, 2009, 9:51am
Two of my friends turned 30 this month. :o

Can't believe in 4 years that'll be me......

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Christina on Apr 2nd, 2010, 12:51am
This thread hasn't been posted in for a whole year, which makes me kinda sad. Any new members we need to initiate? Did we lose anyone to the 30-somethings? How about any Important Life Updates™?


...I think I'm just mildly disappointed that the off-topic forum is dead, don't mind me. :P

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Nicole on Apr 2nd, 2010, 8:38am
I'm a part of this thread now. Right now I have no idea what I want to do after school. I feel like my major is not the right choice for me but I don't want to change it now.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by nmf016 on Apr 2nd, 2010, 8:20pm
I am not qualified to help you make life decisions, but I do want you to know that your avatar is almost as awesome as mine.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Nicole on Apr 4th, 2010, 2:47pm
elephants > sheep
:)

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by nmf016 on Apr 4th, 2010, 8:41pm
ORLY?  Then why do I see you trying to Co-Op for a sheep prize right now?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Nicole on Apr 4th, 2010, 9:21pm
because I really like grapes

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by nmf016 on Apr 4th, 2010, 10:02pm
LOL

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by nmf016 on Apr 4th, 2010, 10:07pm
I can support dragons as long as someone sticks a holiday themed headband on it.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by sympathy_0 on Apr 11th, 2010, 11:47pm
Haha. Easter Dragon.

On a side note I think part of the reason why this thread is dead is because a lot of off topic things are just posted in the Name Change thread (Which I don't have a problem with! Haha).

I am not in the twenty something club, but since I did start the age club trend.. I can break the rules :P

What is your major?

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by Nicole on Apr 12th, 2010, 8:17am
Psychology with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies

I love psych, but I'm not doing as well as I would like to. I'm not very good at memorizing lots of information and taking multiple choice style exams. It is much easier for me to learn to about theories and come up with my own argument which is what the classes for my minor focus a lot more on. There is a lot of overlap between GSS and psych so I'm pretty confident that I'll be able to do something with my career that combines both.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by iris3732 on Apr 12th, 2010, 3:24pm
I got engaged a few months ago! :)

I am just up to being poor while saving up for the wedding next year :)

Nicole, I was where you are a few years ago. (I will be 28 in August.) But right after college, I felt so lost. I went to grad school and luckily found classes and an internship that lead me to my job today. Trust me when I say it will work out for you.

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by partygoober on Apr 14th, 2010, 8:53pm

on 04/12/10 at 08:17:55, Nicole wrote:
Psychology with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies


I took both gender and sexuality studies but in sociology...we'll see if we see eye to eye on things...lol!

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by angry_little_girls on Jun 17th, 2010, 11:56pm

on 04/12/10 at 08:17:55, Nicole wrote:
Psychology with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies

I love psych, but I'm not doing as well as I would like to. I'm not very good at memorizing lots of information and taking multiple choice style exams. It is much easier for me to learn to about theories and come up with my own argument which is what the classes for my minor focus a lot more on. There is a lot of overlap between GSS and psych so I'm pretty confident that I'll be able to do something with my career that combines both.


I got my b.a in psych and picked up gender studies later in my college career.  then i took as many classes on it as i could!  how fantastic to know i'm not the only one!  i have a lot of good literature to suggest if you are interested.   ;D

Title: Re: The 20-somethings Club
Post by hyperangel on Jul 22nd, 2010, 7:00pm
Hi all! I'm Tiffany. I will be turning 27 on the 31st...I am slowly edging toward 30.... I am ok with where I am at in life. My career is getting off the ground for the most part. I am living at home with the parents until my career is stable though. Once I move out, I am not moving back. That has been my goal since day one. So, I want to be ready when I move. No man in my life, I have decided all 20 something year old guys are just not ready for a girl like me.  :angel3:  :hahaha:



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