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I wish, that I traveled more before I got kids (got my first aged 23)

And maybe more drugs, but dunno why really
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Be able to earn enough to release my husband from the daily grind and allow him the freedom to do what he wants - but I qualify next March and then we swap roles - I have been on crap wages for years to enable me to study - soon it will be his turn :D
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Black Alice wrote:Be able to earn enough to release my husband from the daily grind and allow him the freedom to do what he wants - but I qualify next March and then we swap roles - I have been on crap wages for years to enable me to study - soon it will be his turn :D
Great!
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rian wrote:
Black Alice wrote:Be able to earn enough to release my husband from the daily grind and allow him the freedom to do what he wants - but I qualify next March and then we swap roles - I have been on crap wages for years to enable me to study - soon it will be his turn :D
Great!
I know - can't wait. Its taken 7 years (and will be 8 once I finish) so he deserves it :D
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The funny thing about regret is, it's better to regret something you have done, than regret something you haven't done... ;)
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markfiend wrote:The funny thing about regret is, it's better to regret something you have done, than regret something you haven't done... ;)
Very true.
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oh dear, that one got me right there, silk. me neither.
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markfiend wrote:The funny thing about regret is, it's better to regret something you have done, than regret something you haven't done... ;)
i agree with you here Mark...but i still have issues more than regrets due to the things i have done to myself in my past...strange as it may seem to most of you...the hedonism and feeling of imortality through youth is still fecking with me today...and will probably kill me before my time...i'm not a bitter person (more of an IPA)...i just hope that i can save someone from themself before it's to late :|
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markfiend wrote:The funny thing about regret is, it's better to regret something you have done, than regret something you haven't done... ;)
:lol: :notworthy:

and when you see your mommy... :wink:
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I have not yet...gone to University. I'd really rather I had done.

I've done a lot of things I wish I'd NEVER done. Does that count? Hell, we should start a new thread just for that. If I know the Heartlanders half as well as I suspect...
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Obviousman wrote:I'd like to have had a youth with a bit more of a bite and adventure... Not always trying to find compromisses and harm everyone the least possible way, but just go straight ahead and do what I felt like
I can relate to that.

Not sure if many people say this, but at university I should have spent less time studying and more time partying and "expanding my horizons". My degree was fecking useless when it came to getting a job anyway.

If I had my life to live again I would take more risks. As other people have said before, I would probably rather regret things I've done, than things I haven't.

I've done a few things I'm very proud of. Did martial arts training for a bit. Taught myself guitar. Was in a band for a while. Wrote and published a booklet of short stories and poetry. Ran an online bookselling business for a couple of years.

What haven't I done that I would have wanted to by now? At the risk of lowering the tone, a few bedroom-type things probably better left unsaid on an open forum. Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
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smiscandlon:
What haven't I done that I would have wanted to by now? At the risk of lowering the tone, a few bedroom-type things probably better left unsaid on an open forum. Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
:notworthy: :notworthy: :lol: :lol: :notworthy: :notworthy:

Maybe we are onto something here....
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canon docre wrote:smiscandlon:
What haven't I done that I would have wanted to by now? At the risk of lowering the tone, a few bedroom-type things probably better left unsaid on an open forum. Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
:notworthy: :notworthy: :lol: :lol: :notworthy: :notworthy:

Maybe we are onto something here....
.....and down the slippery slope we run :lol:
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canon docre wrote:smiscandlon:
What haven't I done that I would have wanted to by now? At the risk of lowering the tone, a few bedroom-type things probably better left unsaid on an open forum. Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
:notworthy: :notworthy: :lol: :lol: :notworthy: :notworthy:

Maybe we are onto something here....
:roll:

i'm sure i could introduce you to some "nice" girls in Edinburgh....if i still lived there...


only problem is...i'm sure they're all married by now :lol: :lol: :wink: :innocent:
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Burn wrote:
canon docre wrote:smiscandlon:
What haven't I done that I would have wanted to by now? At the risk of lowering the tone, a few bedroom-type things probably better left unsaid on an open forum. Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
:notworthy: :notworthy: :lol: :lol: :notworthy: :notworthy:

Maybe we are onto something here....
:roll:

i'm sure i could introduce you to some "nice" girls in Edinburgh....if i still lived there...


only problem is...i'm sure they're all married by now :lol: :lol: :wink: :innocent:
Well, I'm not.
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smiscandlon wrote:
Obviousman wrote:I'd like to have had a youth with a bit more of a bite and adventure... Not always trying to find compromisses and harm everyone the least possible way, but just go straight ahead and do what I felt like
I can relate to that.

Not sure if many people say this, but at university I should have spent less time studying and more time partying and "expanding my horizons". My degree was fecking useless when it came to getting a job anyway.

If I had my life to live again I would take more risks. As other people have said before, I would probably rather regret things I've done, than things I haven't.

I've done a few things I'm very proud of. Did martial arts training for a bit. Taught myself guitar. Was in a band for a while. Wrote and published a booklet of short stories and poetry. Ran an online bookselling business for a couple of years.

What haven't I done that I would have wanted to by now? At the risk of lowering the tone, a few bedroom-type things probably better left unsaid on an open forum. Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
Well, the problem is that studying is hard too, :D I mostly sit doing nothing behind my desk, which is even worse :urff:

For the rest, I agree with what you're saying very much
I'd rather be way more impulsive, and care less about what others think, but then it's a hard change to make, (even at the youthful age of 20 :urff:) and that even goes for the last paragraph, although I do not necessarily agree with the things you've left unsaid :lol:
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canon docre wrote:
Burn wrote:
canon docre wrote:smiscandlon: :notworthy: :notworthy: :lol: :lol: :notworthy: :notworthy:

Maybe we are onto something here....
:roll:

i'm sure i could introduce you to some "nice" girls in Edinburgh....if i still lived there...


only problem is...i'm sure they're all married by now :lol: :lol: :wink: :innocent:
Well, I'm not.
:kiss:

then you can't be THAT bad :wink:
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smiscandlon wrote:Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
took me till 42/3 to meet one of them Steven, so they do exist.
In Pontifract or Romiley, anyway :wink:

look, this is a long and complicated story and not as sordid as it may seem :oops:
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James Blast wrote:
smiscandlon wrote:Perhaps I just haven't met a girl slutty enough for my tastes. Yet.
took me till 42/3 to meet one of them Steven, so they do exist.
In Pontifract or Romiley, anyway :wink:
excuse me...but just what were you doing meeting a "nice" girl like that...
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I've edited that post so many times Burn you've quoted from edit #39
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nice escape clause you've got there James :wink: :lol:
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Dave R wrote:Killed.....yet.

---- Dave, I recommend San Soo - a great martial art, if you can find a teacher. This stuff doesn't show up in tournaments or competitions because it's only for killing or crippling, not self-defence. You have (a) three blows and (b) three to ten seconds in which to do so. Buy some padded body armour for your workouts. It's all about 'involuntary body movements', mainly. See: http://www.goldenwolfe.com/kungfu/ma6.htm - great stuff for next time you're short-changed by the waiter down at the local Golden Fang restaurant!
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Sounds like the Five point palm exploding heart technique to me. :eek:
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The throat, or upward strikes to the nose, etc. The back of the knee is weak and badly designed and is a quick way to get people down.

San Soo practitioners, unlike other martial artists, are taught to fight from any position, seated or otherwise. If someone breaks into your house while you're lying in bed, you can't say "Can I stand up first?" while you're being strangled from above. San Soo is mainly taught in the US, around LA. I believe there's a teacher in Manchester, UK, also.
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