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dad! The TAIM')
lvii I an dollar!
THE (FEED ELI} Daley
Nowadays They fry '
as much mane}: nu?
ca»? V. garam as Thar can.
In flu; 59951 old days, an
never had his deal. ' l
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#2 - datdudemm (06/23/2013) [+] (7 replies)
red hair, hand me down clothes, obviously a weasley
#5 to #2 - elpinguinloco (06/24/2013) [-]
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#10 - pvtdancer (06/24/2013) [+] (1 reply)
last time this post was posted, Holler made this...

I'm not taking credit because Holler made this and it's pure genius.... I miss holler's comments...
#6 - ieatyououtaldaylon (06/24/2013) [+] (38 replies)
Yep no add ons to be seen.
#7 to #6 - ieatyououtaldaylon (06/24/2013) [-]
better yet.
#14 - specialone (06/24/2013) [+] (1 reply)
This reminds me of comparisons between the "drinking culture" of today and also the amount of underaged sex supposedly so prevalent nowadays.   
   
Last year, underaged pregnancies were at their lowest levels since the 60s and people tend to forget the whole AIDS outbreak from all the unprotected sex taking place in the 70s.   
   
As for drinking and drugs, talk to your parents about going to pubs and bars from the age of about 16/17 and the fights they used to get into. I am 19 and have never got in a fight due to drinking and neither have my close circle of friends. My dad's told me that the expected Friday night was to finish work, go to the pub, have a fight, come home.   
   
Drugs are a problem now not due to more widespread use but because of the higher doses and dodgy drugs that are around at the moment. Purification techniques have grown so both the producer and the consumer loves it but at the same time it's easier to taint the drugs and harder to know if what you're getting is legit.   
   
Parents have forgotten what it's like to be young. Forcing abstinence has always been the worst form of preventing underaged sex and it's the same with alcohol (not drugs, I don't know any parents who are willing to see their kids have a bong or something).    
   
If you educate kids/teenagers not just about what can go wrong but also the benefits of moderation they're more likely to be responsible.
This reminds me of comparisons between the "drinking culture" of today and also the amount of underaged sex supposedly so prevalent nowadays.

Last year, underaged pregnancies were at their lowest levels since the 60s and people tend to forget the whole AIDS outbreak from all the unprotected sex taking place in the 70s.

As for drinking and drugs, talk to your parents about going to pubs and bars from the age of about 16/17 and the fights they used to get into. I am 19 and have never got in a fight due to drinking and neither have my close circle of friends. My dad's told me that the expected Friday night was to finish work, go to the pub, have a fight, come home.

Drugs are a problem now not due to more widespread use but because of the higher doses and dodgy drugs that are around at the moment. Purification techniques have grown so both the producer and the consumer loves it but at the same time it's easier to taint the drugs and harder to know if what you're getting is legit.

Parents have forgotten what it's like to be young. Forcing abstinence has always been the worst form of preventing underaged sex and it's the same with alcohol (not drugs, I don't know any parents who are willing to see their kids have a bong or something).

If you educate kids/teenagers not just about what can go wrong but also the benefits of moderation they're more likely to be responsible.
#52 - diegotan (06/24/2013) [-]
But money is just lying there on the ground!
#1 - anonymous (06/23/2013) [+] (5 replies)
yeah, but in the old days they would spend a few bucks at most in an arcade. then they would find something else to do. nowadays people pay hundreds of dollars for a system, 60 bucks a game and play for hours.
#9 to #1 - justtocomment (06/24/2013) [-]
Yes, because people totally only went to the arcade once in their fucking life, no one ever spent all their time and (parent's)money at the arcade.
And people now totally only play their games once and then never look at them. No one has ever put in more than a few hours of gameplay. No one has clocked hundreds of hours in Skyrim alone.
#54 - rskamaka (06/24/2013) [-]
**rskamaka rolled a random image posted in comment #73 at omegle **

Good old times
User avatar #60 - osimonmagus (06/24/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Yeah, but they were actually worth the money back then.
User avatar #63 to #60 - pureenergyy (06/24/2013) [-]
How is it worth the money to pay for the same thing over and over?

unless its food
User avatar #53 - lolfire (06/24/2013) [+] (1 reply)
The only thing that annoys me is when they announce DLC with the game release.
If it's ready for the game release just put it in the fucking game and adjust the price to include it.
User avatar #8 - bubbabushido (06/24/2013) [-]
I can still remember the day I went to the newly renovated Westfield mall and discovered the absence of any type of arcade...
User avatar #58 - chiefrunnyjeans (06/24/2013) [-]
I'm glad I never paid extra money for battlefield 3, because in the end I got two map packs for free.
+1
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#13 - anonymous (06/24/2013) [-]
i can't remember if this was good the first time around. by reposting this after only a week you've kind of ruined it for me
#11 - anonymous (06/24/2013) [-]
Is that Sid from Toy Story?
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