Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Recycled Teenagers



With the lost of  her cellphone, my sister is totally bummed out.  I felt terrible  as well  because  I gave it to her as a gift last year.  This would teach her a lesson to take extra care of her belongings. She has to save her own allowance if she wants to get another phone because I am not buying anymore.  For the meantime, I have to posts here on her behalf while she's offline.

Sissy wants to be a teacher and soon to  do her practice teaching.  I hope that she  passes the board exam when she takes it.

Copied  the photo and the saying "We are not old!  We are recycled teenagers"  at her  Facebook page.

24 comments:

  1. Well I am definitely a very recycled teenager. I like that terminology

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  2. surely wouldn't want to be a teenager again!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  3. It's good to feel young as a Teenager, but I would noT wanT to go Through That again!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  4. Great saying although I agree with Roger. Glad to be past my teens.

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  5. A boat trip owner once called us that when we asked for a Seniors ticket, I'd forgotten that until this post.

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  6. That's a precious photo. As for me, I will always cherish my teenage years. I had so much fun memories to recall, too many lessons in life to remember and live:)God bless you your sister with her practicum I hope she enjoys it as much as I did with mine:)

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  7. We are living in a recyclable age !! :)

    PhenoMenon, ABCW Team

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  8. That's a nicely coined term, playful and yet easy to remember! I like it :) When I get older (I'm already in my 40's hehehehe) and see and experience the signs of senility, then I will call myself a recycled child! hahaha

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  9. Lesson learned. Being a teacher is such a great dream. I hope she passes the Board Exam and she gets a job the she wants. All the best for you and your sister.

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  10. I will always be in denial of my own age as I grow older! Hahaha :)) And what a coincidence! I once wanted to be a Teacher like my Grandma.. I used to play as a Teacher when I was little.. But it changed when I got more interested in the medical field..

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  11. I would rather prefer a recylcled child. Hope one day, she be a good teacher.

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  12. I have a few precious memories of my teenage years but it's not that grand. It has always been school but no money, hahahaha!

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  13. haha, love that line, recycled teenager, i believe, we all do have some youthfulness in our hearts, it is quite too heavy to carry all the numbers through the years :)

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  14. you're doing a great job being a good example for your sister po. teaching her responsibility by letting her save for her other needs will surely make her competent and more responsible than ever.

    cheers for sharing! :)

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  15. awww...that's a bummer...may sentimental value pa pala yung phone ni sissy mo sis...sayang!

    good luck to her! am sure she'll pass the board exam....:)

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  16. Goodluck for your sissy's board exam :)and as for the recycled teenagers, i am not yet on that stage.. ha ha!!

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  17. Well, she learned in a hard way and I agree with your philosophy she needs to save to get another mobile because of what happened.

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  18. I'm still a teen but I'll be a recycled one soooooooooon! :))

    It's always fun being with them, friends.

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  19. hope she can save enough money soon for her to get a new phone. love the term...i am in! hehehe!

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  20. recycled teenager is a cool and unique label...nice!

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  21. didn't heard those but i can say that it is pretty wise to have those words to let them labeled them...

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  22. I like the world recycled teenager. At this day and age, everything can be recycled right? LOL

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  23. aw that is sad that she lost her cellphone. when i was young, i was super forgetful, and lost a lot of things. i guess young people are like that unless theyve learned their lessons.

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