Don’t you hate it when…? by Osama Shammary May27

Don’t you hate it when…? by Osama Shammary...

Don’t You Hate It When…? Don’t you hate it when you are about to do something awesome, but you forget it before it goes into action? Don’t you hate it when you are about to do something amazing, then you go to the toilet and you seem to have flushed away the idea? Don’t you hate it when you are about to do a cool stunt like jumping five steps then you get a crick in the neck? Don’t you hate it when you are saying something interesting to an adult but they dismiss it as a lie or misinformation? Don’t you hate it when you have so much homework you decide to play Xbox/ Playstation/ Pc instead? (By the way I’m a PC fan all the way) Don’t you hate it when you download something and it takes 2 days (literally) and then it doesn’t even work and/or is fake? (By the way this applies to illegal downloading so stay away from thepiratebay.com: uTorrent is much better HAH!) Don’t you hate it when you and the enemy team in a video game have the same characters/weapons yet their one is better? Don’t you hate it when you are the only person who has different interests to your mates? Don’t you hate it when your mates/you think their interest is better and start an argument about it, and you end up on the losing side because no one supports your opinion? Don’t you hate it when you end up being the noob on your team? Don’t you hate it when doing what you like is social suicide? e.g. playing chess in an athletic class/ playing video games about magic beings like League of Legends / watching cartoons labelled as childish like Spongebob/ reading books...

Euroteen Poetry Competition...

Dear friends, Just a quick reminder that the EUROTEEN POETRY COMPETITION 2013 is still open. The closing date for entries in now September 30th and we’re looking forward to many more entries from across Ireland. The Euroteen Project hopes to encourage teenagers to express themselves artistically through poetry and artwork, by allowing them the opportunity to see their work published in an internationally disseminated anthology. As with last year’s anthology, the entries will be judged and the book edited in conjunction with our Young Editors Project, which involves a selection panel of teenagers who assist in every aspect of the process. The EUROTEEN COMPETITION is open to any young person between the ages of 12 and 19. If the young poet wishes to remain anonymous, they may write “ANON” next to their name on the application form and we will not publish their name in the anthology. The closing date for entries is Monday, September 30th 2013. Please find attached an Application Form for the Euroteen Competition 2013. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have. Best regards, Eoin Hurley Project Co-Ordinator Eurochild Project 00353-21-4215176...