I thought penthouse forum was real well into 30s.
For awhile there I spent time chasing after designer furnitures, propertys e.g. mid century furnitures, Herman Miller Eames chairs.
Decided (yes its all a prideful choice) recently its all hog wash status symbol I don't need. I picked up Ikea furniture on the street other day so now my house will have both $5 throw discarded (it functions) and $4,000 lounge chair furniture. Its all good. Buying taste is nothing to be boastful about.
I’m dreading the full-on back to “normal”, back in the office, everyone back to school TRAFFIC in September.
The man I’m in unreciprocated love with was tipsy the other night and going on about how selfless he is in life and how he’s hooked up friends that have gotten married and had kids. He was saying it’s time to focus on himself and hook himself up. I was just sitting there thinking “well, you can, I’m right here.” He didn’t seem to clue in and now I can’t stop thinking about how much that hurt me. I’d like to have kissed him in that moment but I missed the opportunity. I hesitated. We’ve hooked up a bunch and he’s with me a lot but it’s never more than what feels like a fling. I want to be vulnerable with him but my gut tells me I’ll get my heart broken. Love hurts. :( <\3
I'm a little older now and personally do not find that a women who drinks alcohol is attractive not one nary bit. Actually I would rather that my beautiful woman does not drink alcohol at all.
When I was a kid playing all kinds of sports golf never was on the radar. Now all I want to do is spend time chasing that little ball. I’m in my happy place on the course it’s my favourite place to be. If I could i’d golf every day.
You know the stickers on the floor near the check-outs at a store? The ones that show a pair of feet indicating "6' social distancing?"in the lineup? I confess that when COVID finally eases off I hope those stickers stay. It took a pandemic for some people to get the drift that personal space is actually a thing. Remember when someone in a huge rush, with no self awareness at all, would just hang on the back of your shoulders breathing down your neck as if that makes the line go any faster or the cashier's fingers fly any quicker on the cash register. I always wanted to say "back the F up please" but thanks to the pandemic, I'll just politely glance at the sticker and then at them, and glance at the sticker and back to them. And smile. So much more civilized.
And I thought about it ... lol
I have no family in this city and I live alone. I see friends celebrating birthdays posting photos of birthday cakes & flowers & gifts they’ve received from friends and family. I’ve spent the last decades worth of birthdays alone. No cake. No candles. No flowers. No party. No dinners. My “closest friend” didn’t even bother to call. Sent a text. I always do something special when I know someone is having a birthday because I know how horrible it feels to have no one acknowledge it. I guess that’s my confession. More than anything else I want someone to celebrate my next birthday with me with a cake and candles. Silly maybe but it would mean so much.
I still smell like last night's Uber