When you first got your own place.........

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lavoidgaskins, Nov 19, 2006.

  1. lavoidgaskins

    lavoidgaskins Registered Member

    how did you feel? For me it was a rush of incredible emotions. I felt like the world was at my feet. Being able to make your own rules and regulation is a wonderful thing. Plus I can always use that "as long as your under my ruff" line. I must admit I love this roll very much.

  2. Dr. Fresh

    Dr. Fresh Mmmm.... Lesbians.

    Just a couple more years and I'm off to college, so I'm guessing it's going to be an amazing and over powering experience. I can't wait.
  3. Hoosier_Daddy

    Hoosier_Daddy Registered Member

    What's a 'ruff'?

  4. Pegasus Kid

    Pegasus Kid Guest

    The freedom is very much welcome. My parents were never overly strict, but it was always a point of contention when I wanted to go out at a very late hour or return home at a very late hour during a "work/school night." Being on my own has afforded me the time to do what I want on my own timetable and it's very liberating.
  5. Dr. Fresh

    Dr. Fresh Mmmm.... Lesbians.

    He probably meant roof.
  6. Illosophee

    Illosophee Guest

    I'm only 16 years old (11th grade) and don't have to worry about finding my own place for another two years... I'll reply to this topic again in the summer of 2008.
  7. Hoosier_Daddy

    Hoosier_Daddy Registered Member

    I know. I was just ribbing him a little.

  8. Sephy

    Sephy Forum Drifter

    It felt great and it still does! My mom was giving me a hard time before I moved out so it was kind of welcome. Now I'm 2 hours away so I'm not real far away but I'm still independent.
  9. lavoidgaskins

    lavoidgaskins Registered Member

    The word ruff means this. How ever I meant to say roof. Now that we have that clear you can post the proper response now.
  10. Hoosier_Daddy

    Hoosier_Daddy Registered Member

    I didn't think you had someone under your laced collar, but one never knows. As far as my own place, well, it felt liberating to be out on my own.


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