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Patrick's Life-Changing Dreamboard

Wheeee. It's my dreamboard.

Patrick Kim

on 17 June 2010

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Transcript of Patrick's Life-Changing Dreamboard

Patrick's Dreamboard By Patrick Kim If you weren't already aware of that. Now when I grow up... I want to have a good education... ... In a Korean parent's standards. That means a good university. It'll probably be University of Toronto, or something around here. Hey, just trying to be realistic here. I don't really know what I want to do when I grow up... But being a doctor would be pretty cool. Or a videogame designer. Umm... never mind. I have an image to maintain, you see. In fact, I'm going to be buff when I'm older. <- That's me. Still being realistic here. I do want to be healthy and happy though, for sure. And rich! So I can buy a nice house... ...a nice car... Just kidding. ...and a nice wife. I would never "buy" a woman -
she would have to fall for my
dashingly good looks herself. eenie, meenie, minie... But no, seriously, she'd be intelligent, kind,
thoughtful, and... Who am I kidding.

She'd have to be good looking. She's mine. Anyways, we'll have 2 or 3, beautiful children. Although she'll actually
probably be asian... I'm getting emotional. But hey, whatever happens... I don't want to lose the friends I've made... Or the good times I've had... ...And this is incredibly cheesy right now. But I like where I am... And I don't want to worry about the future. The future can worry about itself. For now. "Take life by the horns." <- Life Cliches are cliches for a reason. And that's the kind of cliche I want to live by. With or without massive bulging biceps. Yay!
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