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traven
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24 May 2020, 2:46 am

ah!
ah?
turned twenty in france
after dropping the smack
i got a twitch from the pastis though
avignon and the deja vu's
weird
chased from some property because the wife thought i was flirting the hub 8O
also the marocain wanted to marry me ?
i saw cockroaches for the first time
nearly raped in the nighttrain by a foreign legion sergeant or some ranking x
back in amsterdam,
good idea :roll: :roll: 8O
"diplomatic" coke, now that is something else



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07 Jun 2020, 11:34 pm

Enjoy your early 30s at least. Before you know it, your metabolism will slow down, you'll start seeing white hair everywhere, and nobody will ask for your ID anymore when you order an alcoholic drink.

But you'll probably miss your 30s when you turn 40! So stop the regrets and live in the present.



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08 Jun 2020, 7:37 pm

I would if I could, but right now I am wishing the time away because I want the day to come where they find a vaccine for this stupid coronavirus so that I can live my life and enjoy it.


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15 Jun 2020, 11:02 am

I used to long for being in my 20's, but then I remembered how cringeworthy it was. My naive behaviour and outlook of the world.

There's plenty of regrets, but if I spent all of my time getting wound up by them, I wouldn't be making the most of my life in the present.

I've learnt from my mistakes, and it's helped me grow and change as a person.

Yes, we often wish for that maturity to be have been projected into our younger selves, but where would the change and progression be then?

It's just part and parcel of life and growing up.


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20 Jun 2020, 1:52 am

Don't we all? Especially if I could keep the knowledge and experience I've gained since then.


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21 Jun 2020, 1:55 pm

I have a very strong autobiographical memory, so often different times of my life flash before me.

It feels like I was 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29 and now 30. Being 25, 26 and 27 just flew by so fast that I can barely remember those 3 or 4 years. And now I'm 30 all of a sudden.

I'd love to write a whole story of my life so far. It all just fascinates me, the way each event in my life becomes another, and how I matured a little each couple of years, and the people that have come and gone in my life.

I wonder what the next 30 years of my life will bring?

I read somewhere that (to a pessimist) the past brings depression, the present brings stress and the future brings anxiety. That is quite true for me.


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