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Those damn teenagers so immature always looking for trouble This is one of the many few comments that I hear each day Adults seem to think that teenagers are all irresponsible immature ignorant and always looking for trouble This can be quite bothering Sure there are some bad apples but that is the case in every group of people These days teenagers have been given one certain stereotype that can never be understood The most bothering fact is that the adults give us so much grief when they were once teenagers themselves They went through the same issues we did they experimented got into trouble had their fun Isnt that what being a teenager is all about I really hope I am not going to be like this when I get older because teenagers get very little respect now-a-days Although teenagers have gotten a really bad reputation we are getting a lot better than the past generations The adults seem to forget that we will be the ones who will control this world in the future Some adults seem to think that we cannot handle it despite the fact that we are all very capable young people So whats bad about teenagers This question keeps coming up but still seems to remain a mystery One of the reasons teenagers do what they do is because of the lack of attention from their parents Kids need attention we crave it and if the only way we can get it is by doing something wrong or bad then most of us will definitely do it It just makes me wonder sometimes when adults blame teenagers for everything that goes wrong in the world when we are the ones who are molding the better tomorrow I hope that someday the generations ahead of us will have a little more respect for teenagers than they do now
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