What did you want to be when you were growing up?? I know it sounds like a cliche but i genuinely wanted to play for Manchester United, i lived and breathed United from about 5 and wore out my first kit from wearing it 24/7...My Mum had to hide it in the end...i even wrote to Jimmy Saville and asked him to fix it for me to train and play with the team, i'm still waiting with wide-eyes at the letter box each day for a reply *sighs*...These are some of the best from Rooster listeners this morning...Yer a strange bunch...and i love it!!!!
I wanted to be a boxer and a dentist so i could fix my own teeth! I m now a sales assistant and headin back to college in september, Eoin
I wanted to be the street payment artist outside Cashes, im looking for a job now as a renewable energy engineer
Wen i was 6 i thought the idea of doing dead peoples make up was the best thing ever..!tami
My brother wanted to be a Penguin! hes now an actor- something tells me no amount of good acting is gonna persuade someone hes a Penguin! Sharon
When i was younger i always dreamt of being a cow. But its not to be. I m still im school
My aunt wanted to be a tractor and trailer when she grew up!
When i was young i wanted to b an air hostess now i make tic tacs for a living,never would i ever imagined doing that for a living
No bull now lads,i wanted 2 b a bulldozer.coz they r so big nd yellow...i feel ashamed
I wanted to be mary poppins ... Think of it free travel as could fly any where with the umbrella and one small bag tat could fit every thing .... Michelle in Nadd....
AND A COUPLE OF TEXTS FROM 2 VERY SPECIAL LISTENERS:
When i was young i wanted to be a football manager when i grew up. I wanted to manage a world class football team who could win lots of trophies and do very well in europe but instead i got the rangers job. Ah well. Yours sincerly, walter smith. Ha ha ha ha
When i was young i want to be a tree, i ve nearly acheived my dream, i work as a plank. From pat kenny
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Pupils sent home after turf prank
Clearing up the turf could cost hundreds of pounds
The entire sixth year of a school was sent home on their last day after pupils turfed over the floor of their common room.
Teachers at Banchory Academy in Scotland took the step after it was discovered some pupils had been drinking.
Aberdeenshire Council said it was decided to send all 100 pupils home.
A spokesman said there were concerns about disruption to exams taking place in the school. One 17-year-old pupil was charged with breach of the peace.
An Aberdeenshire Council spokesman said: "Banchory Academy is extremely disappointed that the disruptive actions of a number of sixth year pupils has spoiled what was due to be an enjoyable day of activities to mark their last day of term.
"There was evidence that some pupils had been drinking and given the size of the year group the head teacher has had no choice but to send all of them home, both for their own safety and to avoid any disruption to standard grade exams under way today.
"This will be particularly disappointing for those sixth years who were genuinely looking forward to their last day of term."
The spokesman added: "A day of activities had been planned to but due to the actions of a minority of pupils this has had to be cancelled.
"This is a very poor way for pupils to end their school career and we hope those who disrupted the day understand the upset their actions have caused."
The cost of clearing up the turf has been estimated at hundreds of pounds.THERE'S ONLY ONE IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO COME FROM ALL THIS:
KEEP OFF THE GRASS LADS