... You watch me desperately scrambling to find somewhere to hold on to on a fairly busy sky train, whilst you are standing against the handrail and therefore preventing anyone to get a hold on. Well excuse me for reaching across your FACE so I can hold on whilst the sky train is moving. Oh I'm sorry, did I just 'accidentally' mess up your perfectly groomed hair with my arm? *Smiley face*
somewhere out there...
and still NOT SLEEPING WITH ME, DAMNIT!
I lived in Russia for about a year teaching English. They gave me an apartment to share with two other people for free, 3 meals a day, and some pay. The pay wasn't great by any means. I did it for the experience more than anything else.
There must be something in the water there with the women. I kid you not. 75% of the women you met who were under 30 were absolute stunners. At least an 8 or higher. The thing is there are so many of them they're just normal. Over here they would be stopping traffic.
They have about 11 million more single women then single men so the picking are slim for them. Just walking down the street looking like a dumb foreigner women were stopping to talk to me. They were so friendly and were always smiling.
I was getting invited to peoples family dinners/barbecues. People were really friendly. I wasn't used to this coming from here. I don't even know my neighbors here.
Though in Moscow the one thing is the women want relationships.
On a first date they will tell you they want a relationship that leads to marriage. The culture is very old school in the sense that its just a given you pay for everything. Russian women will dress up to take the trash out for 2 minutes.
So I came back to Vancouver and it was as if I got punched in the face. Everyone was so depressed. Women weren't dressed up at all. I am just used to women wearing dresses and heels and full on makeup all the time and being very feminine. Everyone had headphones on and were looking at their cell phones. No attempt to make conversation on the train or anywhere else. I said hello to a few women and they acted as if I committed a crime. Everyone's in their own little clique afraid to not look cool.
Those Russian women let you be the man and let you lead the way.
Russia has ruined me with regards to women.
As a kid, I had a horrific experience with my Italian Dentist. Worst breath ever! and yelling to open my mouth " wider wider wider" . I hated going to this guy. It must have impacted my life. I dont know..my fault for not taking care of them better. Finally I went to a very nice dentist who told me most of teeth had to come out. I sat there, and got er done. But now its....D
....D.......DENTURES!!!! Is there anything else out there.? Thank you for reading
...when a friend tells you how difficult their recovery has been from a recent surgery, it’s probably NOT a good idea to say “LOL” and compare their situation to someone else much older who had a much easier recovery. Another reason I’m seriously doubtful that this friendship is actually for real. People, keep in mind that you can’t possibly know all the details about another person’s health situation, so you should be very cautious about doing those types of comparisons. Every person’s situation is unique when it comes to how their body responds to surgical interventions.
When I tell someone I work in the film business, they automatically assume that I do something more exciting than I actually do.
That song by Miike Snow reminds me so much of my life. I change shapes just hide in this place but I’m still an animal.
So many years ago we had an affair that started at work. It was a wonderful time but ended with others interfering. I ended up leaving my spouse at the time, but we were apart by then. I ended up getting married again, we eventually reconnected and hooked up again. This went on for a long time, I know this ended up hurting you. We haven’t spoken in years. I think about you and hope you find someone to grow old with as you are a special person. I am very sorry for how you were treated at work and by me. You will always be a love of my life and always in my heart.
a stupid childhood dream I always had.
I'm not even sure why .
Saved by a prince who wisked you away to his castle and you lived happily ever after.. Silly
and I just want to give folks some really positive news.
Hang in there!
I've been retired for a year and it's awesome:
- after years of anti-depressants I no longer take them and feel great
- after years of self-medicating with alcohol I no longer WANT to drink
- after years of wondering why I was the odd person at work who actually took pride in his work I now realize it was my lazy, toxic co-workers who I allowed to infect my head
- I now hang out with awesome, supportive friends and am living the dream.
Hang in there folks, it gets better!