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HoratioFellatio writes:
"At the tender age of 13, my little hairless clockweights squirted their first dose of testosterone into my blood stream. The result was a mental alarm clock shouting, 'I NEED TO LOOK AT GIRL'S FANNIES.' I reasoned that if I became a Gynaecologist, I'd get to look at fannies all day.

"It was only when I reached the age of about 16 and learnt about STD's and yeast infections that I realised I'd only ever get to see diseased ones."

Tell us about your childhood career ambitions and the moment at which your aspirations crumbled into a pile of broken dreams.

(, Thu 29 Mar 2007, 12:02)
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With my father harping on about BBC Micros for a decent amount of my childhood, I've always had a computery-based background. I've also enjoyed wasting mindless hours sitting in front of a computer screen playing games.

At the tender age of about twelve, I managed to write my own version of space invaders - for me this was a huge achievement, taking weeks on end of my time. It was at this point I decided I wanted to become a videogames programmer - I have a passion for programming, and most jobs in the IT sector fill me with dread.

I'm now in my first year of uni, on easter break, and have two giant textbooks (about 2000+ pages worth) on OpenGL sitting next to me, and I don't have a fucking clue what they're going on about.

If anyone wants to put the boot in round about now and finish the job, let me know!
(, Sun 1 Apr 2007, 19:42, closed)

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