Listen to your parents a bit more. Open your mind a bit when they tell you there are more important things in life than boys and games. If you continue on this path, you will not go to college at 18. You will get married young and begin working with no formal education. You will get to the age of 41, divorced, remarried with 7 children and then, you will start thinking about going back to college to "make soemthing of yourself".
Why not do it the right way - at the right age? Go to college when you're young and don't yet have family responsibilities and financial obligations that go along with that?
Do yourself a favor and listen to your parents. They've been there. They know. Go to college when you're young and make something of yourself. You deserve it. You're worth it. Get serious about life when you're young. It's infinetly more difficult when you're older. Good luck and may the Schwartz be with you!
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