young rebel

@milagre (1272)
Portugal
November 29, 2006 9:19am CST
Were you a young rebel when you were a teenager? any story to tell us about? I was not much....
6 responses
@internauta (1044)
• Italy
30 Nov 06
Yes am state little an rebel i have datum problem at my parents because not went to school a lot glad :-)
@milagre (1272)
• Portugal
30 Nov 06
That was not the best thing to do :(. However hope y're happy without finishing school.
@milagre (1272)
• Portugal
30 Nov 06
That was not the best thing to do:(. However hope y're happy without finishing school.
@milagre (1272)
• Portugal
30 Nov 06
That was not the best thing to do:(. However hope y're happy without finishing school.
@babyluna (54)
• Italy
2 Dec 06
O yeah :D When I was young I was rebel everyday, for example in the college. I remember in particular with mathematics's teacher, one time I offered also a damage cake He tell me that was so good :D
@milagre (1272)
• Portugal
2 Dec 06
and maybe you got extra points with it :D
@hm1177 (1223)
30 Nov 06
not really -i've always been a conformist although from 16 to 17 i did go to pub every saturday and get drunk but all kids do that right? UK drinking age is 18 btw
@milagre (1272)
• Portugal
30 Nov 06
I think so, almost all kids drink and party all night until a certain age. Normally after 25 things start to slowdown. In Portugal 18 is also the age to be able to drink.
@hcprasad (1013)
• India
30 Nov 06
I was a rebel right from the beginning until I met with accident about 3 years back. I have to write a big book to explain the circumstances and happenings of events.
@milagre (1272)
• Portugal
30 Nov 06
I can hear (read) yr story, have time for it. Thx for yr answer
@paul8675 (750)
• Australia
12 Dec 06
I really wasn't rebellious at all. I was very fortunate to have had 2 loving Christian parents who taught me how to stay on track.
@CarlHalling (3629)
• United Kingdom
10 Dec 06
Late 2002 - Taken late 2002, at home.
Yes, I was a rebel. I grew up in England in the 1960s, and was caught up in the wave of Rock and rebellion that swept the land like a tidal wave. From the get go, I loved Rock, and was entranced by the counterculture as a teenager. I went on to be into Glam, Punk, New Romantics, and I lived wild and hard throughout the '70s and '80s. But in 1993, my health suffered, and I turned away from my rebellious ways and became a born again Christian. That saved my life I feel. I no longer feel any desire to rebel, although I'm still a deeply passionate and opinionated person.