The Youth Of Today

Postby Tama on Tue 24/Feb/09 2:10pm

I see no hope for the future of our people if they are dependent on frivolous youth of today, for certainly all youth are reckless beyond words... When I was young, we were taught to be discreet and respectful of elders, but the present youth are exceedingly wise, disrespectful and impatient of restraint.

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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby SamKnight on Tue 24/Feb/09 2:15pm

i concur :thumbsup:
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby Spokes on Tue 24/Feb/09 2:15pm

Are not already discussing this issue?

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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby E Dogg Capizzle on Tue 24/Feb/09 2:17pm

I want to touch them. :)
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby Dazzle on Tue 24/Feb/09 2:26pm

They all need a good dose of the bible. Preferably a large print edition with thick leather covers, dropped from a great height.
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby krankin on Tue 24/Feb/09 2:43pm

Nothings changed, and damn it was great, now days I’m non the wiser, look before I leap and respect my age, as time goes on I’ll be a dumb bastard, wont have the energy to leap and there wont be any elders.

Sadly we all grow up, and as time goes on all we want is our youth back.
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby j2hyde on Tue 24/Feb/09 3:12pm

That's why I'm happy to be screwing over the planet and getting the country into heaps of debt. Those frivolous little bastards deserve to reap what we're sowing.
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby pissface on Tue 24/Feb/09 3:42pm

dunno its all greek to me

I believe what really happens in history is this: the old man is
always wrong; and the young people are always wrong about what is
wrong with him. The practical form it takes is this: that, while the
old man may stand by some stupid custom, the young man always attacks
it with some theory that turns out to be equally stupid.
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby ThingOne on Tue 24/Feb/09 3:48pm

Youth are our punishment for being Youths ourselves once.
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby Joel on Tue 24/Feb/09 3:50pm

ThingOne wrote:Youth are our punishment for being Youths ourselves once.


:withstupid:
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby dented on Tue 24/Feb/09 4:35pm

I think we should ban sunscreen. That will finish them.
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby Dilated on Tue 24/Feb/09 4:52pm

Educated by youtube and psp :D

Todays physics lesson is...

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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby one_uknw on Tue 24/Feb/09 6:50pm

What's the best thing about 22 year olds?

There's 20 of them
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby Pies on Tue 24/Feb/09 7:56pm

Youth of today just mirror the attitudes of their role models. Mainly their parents. Why do rabbits have long ears........because their parents do. And don't blame schools, thats just a cop out for parents who don't want to take responsibility for their kids. :satan:
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Re: The Youth Of Today

Postby Roma on Tue 24/Feb/09 8:37pm

Pies wrote:Youth of today just mirror the attitudes of their role models. Mainly their parents. Why do rabbits have long ears........because their parents do. And don't blame schools, thats just a cop out for parents who don't want to take responsibility for their kids. :satan:


Nah, peers and favoured culture icons etc are waaaay more influential than boring ol' mum and dad. I don't think many kids over primary school age would view their parents as role models.
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