I'd probably off myself in 2006. Everything was bumping then; I was making a lot of money doing something I loved and I believed in the possibilities. I hate to discover I've stayed too long at the party.
quote:Originally posted by Pinecrika I'm not going to play this game. This type of thinking leads to regret, regret leads to sadness, sadness to fear and that's the playground of The Dark Side my friends.
Just think all those shitty things that happened have lead you to where you are now, & other than a lack of hard weaponry, I think your life has taken a pretty awesome turn for the better!
There is no one big thing I would change.
It seems that any problem I have created over the last ten years could be solved tomorrow if I could be bothered. But it's all trivial stuff. Eating more magic mushrooms, talk to my friends more often, improve my guitar playing, read better books, care more for my fish, troll cruncle more on the internets.
quote:Originally posted by missjo Just think all those shitty things that happened have lead you to where you are now, & other than a lack of hard weaponry, I think your life has taken a pretty awesome turn for the better!
And that's why I'm not playing this game. Oh, and you forgot chewing tobacco along with the heavy weaponry. Wonderful, illegal in NZ, chewing tobacco..
Part of me wishes that I had explored my promiscuous urges more.
I have had a fair share of offers in the last decade that I have turned down. Students whom I taught. Fellow PhD students. Dorm mates, a sisters of a friend, a wife of an acquaintance, a coworker. Another coworker's (adult) daughter
With each of them I came to a crossroad of sorts, where they offered themselves to me, and I graciously friendzoned them instead.
The electrical tension, the hoarsely whispered suggestion, the heavy musk of bared crotch, the promise of nubile flesh, shivers in a petite voice.