TO ALL the year 12 students who are graduating, here is a quick analogy of what adult life is like after school.
This is based off my life out of school, which is five years.
Life outside of school is thought to be associated with chicken parmy.
A strong base of fun, sun and friends is represented by the chicken.
The ham, cheese and sauce represents the parties, bulk money from little amount of work which allows you to some how travel worldwide.
All together, it makes for a perfect combination.
However, for the majority of us, unfortunately life after school is like a chicken kiev.
While it looks tempting, the moment you cut through the bland processed chicken, the oozing garlic sauce represents the slow, steady stream of loosing precious life because of adult responsibilities such as bills, working full time or bulk uni assessment.
No matter what you do, you'll always have a bad taste left in your mouth.
Hopefully for most of you, you're served a chicken parmy for years to come, but don't be upset if the chef's specialty is chicken kiev.
MICHAEL RICKWOOD, Centenary Heights
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THIS? DO YOU AGREE: LIFE GOES FROM GREAT TO HORRIBLE ONCE YOU'RE AN ADULT?
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