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Discussion in 'The Courtyard Café' started by Cottonmouth, Dec 6, 2017.
Gossipy kaypohchees go first. LOL................
Broken record. One track mind?
Na Hun-ae ~~~ Forever young.
Zhang Yoon-jung ~~~ Forever young.
The Koreans are a superior stock compared to S'poreans.
Korean TV production puts PAP's propaganda Media Corpse to shame!
Don't understand the lyrics at all, but beautiful music has no language barrier at all.
This is an inclusive forum. Give the gay fuck a break. His anus needs constant repair.
Latest news is they've disbanded because of all the negative feedback. Time to go back to school and stop dreaming
These stupid girls should learn useful life skills such as giving head. It will get them places.
Kpop my ass, stupid deluded obsessed cunts, even as Kpop stars they would still need to be head giving whores while they are not on stage.
Cb give up so easily Knn how to follow their dreams
Don't kill the dreams of the young ones, you had them too, do you still have them and do you try actualising them no matter how silly the dreams were?
nothing wrong with the young ones / once, (which everyone were) in having dreams - but actualising them without advice, guidance and hindsight (which some did not have the fortunate circumstance of the parents perhaps) would certainly save them a lot of time, money, angst, disappointment etc. in this case, looking at these pubes with faces to match, can only be construed as a gross mismatch and not in tune with reality. the truth hurts
Success is through learning while doing it, not by advice or guidance. If they don't have the aptitude, no amount of work is going make them a success.
A fine example is our hand held prime minister, would you consider him suitable?
not really, if you mean success through the learning process of trial and error. let me illustrate;
i've seen kids enrolling in 3-year courses that they aren't suited for, which their parents paid hard-earned money, just coz their pals did the same due glamour / hype etc and end up in a job that was entirely different that put paid to the resources and time spent for both parties, hence they now have career guidance counsellors in schools.
you're right that aptitude plays a very important part, but kids don't know different and that's where parents, teachers, counsellors, role models etc have a role in dishing out advice and guidance to help stem and minimise this anomaly - in the education context, of which there's a high price to pay for and which can surely be avoided.
if you mean taking hard knocks being part and parcel of growing-up, i'd agree as that brings resilience and tenacity in character building to face later challenges in life - as we know that experience is a good teacher but a bad master. what this thread refers to, is totally different in that wishful-thinking and reality are at odds.
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