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Becoming a Reality Show Star

Do you watch your favorite reality TV shows and wish you could be a contestant? If you meet the requirements, you can! Find out how.... read more

Becoming a Comedian

Do you want to become a comedian? Kidzworld gives you some tips on how to start your career as a comedian.... read more

Becoming an Author

The road to becoming an author is rough and full of rejection. But if you're full of ideas and passionate about writing, it may be the career for you.... read more

Be In A Music Video With The Script!

The Script is looking for fans to participate in the making of a new music video, “Breakeven.” ... read more

Becoming a Doctor :: Education, Training and Costs

Find out what it takes to become a doctor. Kidzworld explores the costs, education and training.... read more

Becoming a Doctor :: Specialties and Salaries

So you want to be a doctor? Kidzworld gives you an inside look at the different types of doctors and their six digit annual salaries!... read more

Becoming a Firefighter (pg. 2)

Firefighting is a tough gig. It’s hard work, intense pressure and unpredictable days. But it’s also heroic and satisfying knowing that you’ve saved so... read more

Becoming a Firefighter

Do you dream of becoming a firefighter? It’s perhaps one of the bravest and most rewarding jobs out there. Every day, you’ll risk your life to save ot... read more

Becoming a Police Officer (pg. 2)

Do you want to become a police officer? If so, click here to find out about police training academies and on-the-job duties of a City Police Officer.... read more
Becoming a Police Officer

Becoming a Police Officer

Kidzworld has the inside scoop on the process of becoming a police officer. Learn about the education, qualifications, job training and daily duties. ... read more

Top 10 Careers For Helping Kids

Check out Kidzworld's Top 10 list of careers that will help you help out kids in need.... read more

Meet The Parents 3: Open Casting Call

Universal Pictures is holding an open casting call for boys and girls between the ages of six (6) and eight (8) to play the two children of Greg and P... read more

Kids & Finance: The Economy In 2009

You may have heard it on the news, read it in a paper, talked about it during your class’ current events session or overheard your parents worrying ab... read more
Beyond Babysitting: Super Summer Jobs For Teens

Beyond Babysitting: Super Summer Jobs For Teens

When you wanna earn a bit of extra cash, babysitting will do just fine. But if you're looking for a more permanent (and, let's face it, more fun) summ... read more

Build-A-Bear Workshop Helps Kids Read!

Build-A-Bear Workshop Bear Hugs Foundation is doing more than just making adorable teddy bears. This month the foundation presented the Literary Briti... read more

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worldqweencc
worldqweencc posted in Friends:
I'm not quiet sure what's a real friend and what's a fake one anymore. I know when there's a friend who's only a school friend rather than an 'outside' friend as well, but at the same time it makes me so confused. Here's my story: There's a girl named Xian. We had a unique way of becoming friends ... but it clicked. For the whole year I've been trying to keep in contact with her ... but she's not very willing to try and put in any effort to stay in contact with me. Her personality is beyond sweet, and her skills at art are even better. If she was to have an award, it would be a giant trophy with her face plastered on it and big bold letters listing 'Nicest Girl In The World!' ... Its just ... she lied to me.  I was all about this friendship. I was ... i'll admit ... sort of a lost puppy following around her owner.  So, I got her this T-Shirt she really wanted for her birthday, and not long her birthday was mine, April First. I was expecting at least a letter, or maybe even something cheap. It didn't really matter to me.  But on my birthday she didn't even come to school. Nor when she got back did she ever say sorry, or give me any be-lated gift of any sort.  That should have been my first clue. Even my mother started catching on. My second clue was she even told me she was oblivious and wasn't good at keeping in contact. I thought she was joking. How could a friendship so sweet be tossed out just like that? My third one was near the end of school, one of her friends in elementary was bragging about the plushies she got from Xian. Apparently she had four from her.  Xian had originally told me it was AGAINST her religion to give out gifts to other people. I knew she wasn't lying about her religion in general, because I met her mom on a field trip and she was quiet ... different. But I didn't understand why Xian had gotten so many small plushies for her, and yet not a single small stamp for me? My last clue was the last day of school. She didn't even try to say good-bye or even hang out with me for that matter. I know what you're thinking. "Girl, you've gotta be kidding me if you can't see that she has no intention of being your friend!" But this girl was the nicest to me. She stood next to me during harsh times, and comforted me when I was down. She told me I was important.  And you don't get many friends to do those special things to you. It was rare to have a friend make me feel so tall and worthy.  ... So ... I can't understand ... why'd she do all that .... and suddenly ... just ... walk away ...
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catsandpizza
catsandpizza posted in Style:
American Apparel croptop, Juicy Couture velvet sweatpants and Uggs
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Heyyyyy_
Heyyyyy_ posted in Friends:
"donteatcarrots" wrote:I dunno, looks like something more than being friends is going on here. It's probably best to ask her face-to-face though, before jumping to conclusions. ^^^
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catsandpizza
catsandpizza posted in Friends:
depends 
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A friend you met in a chat room wants to meet up and go to the mall. You:
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