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A life in the day of jhon.

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Introduction

My Autobiography A life in the day of jhon My name is jhon, I live in a house in Thornton lodge .I am 17 but change my age to suit my mood as I can go from 15 to 25 in one day; I like cool things and hate most things and people. My average morning consist mainly of shouting, swearing and a whole lot of trying to get out of spending another day at school. Each day I use the same few words to start my day off. Well, they're more mumbles than words but they make perfect sense to me. After the fuss and bother of getting up, washing, dressing and packing my bag for college I bound down the stairs, ignore all of my family, go out of the door and launch myself towards college. I am the sort of person that has the thought of skipping college each day to stay at home and eat ice-cream but I never do because there is a huge amount of guilt and fear of getting found out that descends upon me, so I keep on walking to college in a bound direction. ...read more.

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Time for my first lesson to finish and time for my day to officially get worse. I hate lessons and the first one is always starter of lessons, but the second lesson becomes a killer. By the end of the first lesson I am about ready to go home or maybe even die if it comes to it. I am always hungry after the first lesson as well. But still, I have to keep going on and on with my life, no matter how hungry I am! What has hunger got to do with finishing the second lesson? I hear you ask! Well, I never have breakfast and learning makes me very hungry. Probably because my brain works really hard and I use up a lot of excess energy and fat to learn so I need some food to top me back up! When lunchtime finally comes I can't be bothered to eat so I don't-unless I see something I really like sweets, chips soaked in vinegar; even the odd packet of crisps or two-but usually, I eat nothing. ...read more.

Conclusion

A couple of hours later I emerge into reality and I immediately go back to my land of wonder and fall asleep again. Although sometimes I swap sleep for doing work for school, but that is very, rare! But before I fall into the sanctuary of sleep I spend a few hours reviewing my day, thinking about what I should have done and not what I did. But after thinking I have wasted my day doing noting I say to myself each night that I am going to work harder the next day at school and do all of my work and not to mess around, I never actually stick to my guns. As I drift off sleep I start thinking of all of the things I have done in my life that I could have done differently and which would have given me great personal gain, for example: I could have revised and put more intention at high and I could have not wasted another year doing resits of G.C.S.E I would have been doing A-Levels at better college. ...read more.

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