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New laptop alert!

My first laptop was when college started, and my second one when college is ending
:)
I must be one of the very few people who smile whenever they talk about their college coming to an end. I can't wait! 

Hi there, Future-pritygirl.
               You are under no circumstance allowed to regret what 21 year old you said above. You may NOT romanticize this just because this is in your past now. Or just because you're old and have finances to manage. Boo-fucking-hoo. Independence FTW, remember? Having trouble being your own boss? No. Shut up. I forbid you from telling yourself that college was the best thing that happened to you. You know the things that happened later? Like the new job? The newly gained independence? Or the going abroad to study? FINALLY living somewhere other than above your parents' room? The wedding? The marriage? Being a part of a family where you're considered an equal to atleast ONE person? Yeah, all that beats college. Alright? 

-pritygirl


Okay. You can tell me I'm wrong. But I won't listen to you. Life is going to be a million times better than this. I KNOW IT. I won't let you burst my bubble. 

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Truth be told, whatever little out-of-college experience I've had so far, you can't really compare it with college life. Both are worth remembering and forgetting for different reasons :)

LOL Kanye hahaha :P
I told you not to say thaaaaaaaaaat :P
I tend to forget stuff too much, that's the problem. But yeah I know what you mean :)

Edited at 2012-12-23 09:27 am (UTC)
Loved this post! All the very best!
On the laptop front, I've never owned one! A friends I'd mine thinks I'm probably one in a very exclusive club of techies who've never owned a laptop! Somehow, a laptop has never appealed to me. I had a desktop back in my grad days and I bought a workstation PC during my Pune stint. That workstation is now going to allow my parents to stay in touch with me! A tablet would perhaps appeal to me, but I'm strongly repelled by 'The fruit' company. I saw just how much one could do with a smartphone, when I bought my first Android phone. I've now bought a 'phablet' and it's super fun too! I intend to buy another workstation on moving to Sweden, but one never knows! I just might end up buying my first laptop! :-)
It's always good to have a good desktop if you don't walk around with your work much. I bought a new laptop because my old one wouldn't work without being plugged in, and I'd have to take my laptop to college once in a while.
I think you should get a high end workstation if you don't move around so much. And hey if you have a phablet, that would suffice, right? My brother-in-law has a Galaxy Note 2 - I LOVED the way I could browse the internet on it just like I would on a laptop. And it's much lighter than a laptop! If you have a good desktop, I believe a phablet is more than enough :) But I'm sure you've done more research on this, let me know what you decide about this!