"I wish I never listened to the guys. It all started out as fun, drinking beer and cruising around the school at night. We mess around a couple of nights a week and never got caught. One night, we got pulled over by the cops, I was driving and had 3 buddies in the car with me. We drank a full six pack and still had the empty bottles in the car. A soon as I heard the siren I knew we were busted. I wound up in jail for 24 hours. My parents had to hire a lawyer and we all had to go to court. My coach found out and I got thrown off the football team. I lost my part-time job cause I didn't show up for work that night. I just started the job and was saving money toward my new car. Instead, the judge ordered me to pay a $250 fine and I had to do 50 hours of community service by running errands for senior citizens in my neighborhood. What a mess for me and my family. I'm graduating in a few months and my parents had promised to give me a down payment for my car, but now that car is out of the question. I won't let my friends talk me into drinking and driving ever again.
On 04/25/05 Shambrecka hearn from TX said:
why do you hang with friends anyway? why won't you just go to school and get a college degree and then think about a job and do not depend on your parents answer my question asap
On 04/08/05 Jamese from MO said:
Hello this is me again i think kids shouldnt go out drinking way out intill midnight because they are destroying there syatem.
On 03/31/05 Jessica Z from AZ said:
You made a mistake. Just make more friends you will be all right.
On 03/31/05 yesenia from AZ said:
dont put yourself down like that!just dont get fed up!
keep your head up! you got a longs ways to go!
On 03/16/05 Sam from KS said:
Dude-don'tget down on yourself--you got a long time to be what you want to be--make of yourself what you've dreamed of being. Go on, STAY GOLD, and just keep your head up, you dig?
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