Today, a student of mine used the phrase "well, you know, like back in your day" about defining "going out". I'm only 24. FML
by Old? / 01/14/2009 at 6:20pm / United States (Washington) / Kids
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Hey don't worry aobut it.
If your older than 20 to the minds of anyone under 12, you are ANCIENT. It's an incomprehensible number for thier age, just as the spelling of that word is to me.
#6 - On 03/29/2009 at 9:01pm by MukyDaCookie
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OMG! I'm a 22-year old Kaplan teacher and one of my 17-year old students told me that high school is different now than when I was in school... which was 4 years ago.
I feel your pain.
#2 - On 02/08/2009 at 4:56pm by becca
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