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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    The opposite here tbh

    I got AS in 1.5months I aint even revised yet

    I sometimes miss a callisthenics workout, dont even do double the next day

    Wi fi breaks down, I just tidy my room

    People offend me in real life, I just whip out a few kicks and watch em terrified

    People offend me on TSR, my memes just annihilate the haters

    Paid almost min wage at my part time job, havent had a pay rise in 8 months, I just appreciate I got a job

    As long as I got good music and dance....

    I doubt your chicken legs will do any damage. :laugh:


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    Yeah, I'm trying to stop taking life so seriously. Getting out of my head and into my dancing shoes.
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    I doubt your chicken legs will do any damage. :laugh:


    But for infos sake

    1) My average roundhouse was quick and strong enough to floor my trainer last night (who teaches blackbelts)

    2) I know you lift and all but callisthenics isnt just weight push ups and pulls up and sit ups and bar work, theres pistol squats, weighted squats, glute bridge, reverse calf raises etc etc

    Do you do any martial art btw?
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    (Original post by mscaffrey)
    Yeah, I'm trying to stop taking life so seriously. Getting out of my head and into my dancing shoes.
    Oooooooooooo what style of dance?
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    I take it way too seriously and I no doubt believe that my mind set has caused me to have or at least worsened my OCD and panic disorder. I'm one of those people that can find a negative and worry in anything and can't just ever go with the flow.

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    (Original post by ForestShadow)


    But for infos sake

    1) My average roundhouse was quick and strong enough to floor my trainer last night (who teaches blackbelts)

    2) I know you lift and all but callisthenics isnt just weight push ups and pulls up and sit ups and bar work, theres pistol squats, weighted squats, glute bridge, reverse calf raises etc etc

    Do you do any martial art btw?
    Yeah, I'm all for people doing what they :heart:

    I'm joking dude.. don't take me seriously :lol:
    Just do what you enjoy, you're probably more active than most people.

    I workout 4-5x/week at the gym and 1-2x/week do Muay Thai.
    I've been doing Martial arts for nearly 1/2 a year but prefer :dumbells:
    more in general as its more enjoyable.

    Its a pain juggling everything, especially close to exam time. #struggles
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Yeah, I'm all for people doing what they :heart:

    I'm joking dude.. don't take me seriously :lol:
    Just do what you enjoy, you're probably more active than most people.

    I workout 4-5x/week at the gym and 1-2x/week do Muay Thai.
    I've been doing Martial arts for nearly 1/2 a year but prefer :dumbells:
    more in general as its more enjoyable.

    Its a struggle juggling everything, especially close to exam time. #struggles
    You workout 5 times a week and do muay thai 2 rimes huh try me

    Breakdancing 5 days a week
    Callisthenics 6 days a week
    Jeet Kune Do 1 or 2 days a week
    (badminton once a week)
    (table tennis everyday)
    (swimming once a week)
    (running once a week)
    AS exams in 1.5 months and I literally havent even started

    #struggles

    Not a competition ofc, Im sure youre massive and have a more tiring life, just thought Id tell you a lil about me

    Muay thai looks pretty effective indeed, Im a practitioner of Jeet Kune Do, have been for almost 4 years now and i know you know that one since you got Bruce Lee all over your profile.

    Shame he died at only 32, couldve been so much more....

    His philosophies were so advanced yet simple
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    In the words of a wise man, you were once shoved headfirst through a vagina. Lighten up.
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    The opposite here tbh

    I got AS in 1.5months I aint even revised yet

    I sometimes miss a callisthenics workout, dont even do double the next day

    Wi fi breaks down, I just tidy my room

    People offend me in real life, I just whip out a few kicks and watch em terrified

    People offend me on TSR, my memes just annihilate the haters

    Paid almost min wage at my part time job, havent had a pay rise in 8 months, I just appreciate I got a job

    As long as I got good music and dance....

    Lol
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    Tbh I'm similar to you, I worry too much about little things and spend so much time trying to be perfect.
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    Whats sad is that many of us will settle down eventually and end up in the rat race; achieving only mediocrity:

    Full time dead end office job, kids, wife, bills, mortgage, etc.

    I'm currently in Neverland.


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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    But why not, though?

    I could not have a wife/kids. That right there would be a huge responsibility that I can avoid. Loans? Well I guess I'll have student loans, but they're repaid easily enough. Mortgage? Sell the house!

    I intend just to buy some dirt-cheap flat, live on my own, put half my income into savings, buy property and rent it out, and eventually sell everything and travel the world for the rest of my life.

    And there'll be no 'responsibilities' holding me back. No reason it can't happen.
    No kids, partner or house? Damn you'll be lonely. I'd prefer to travel young, 40 year old me would sure miss out on those Slavic girls...
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    Enjoying life comes later
    when you're dead?
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    there will always be stuff to do in life, imo it's about enjoying it as you go along
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    (Original post by jblackmoustache)
    Whats sad is that many of us will settle down eventually and end up in the rat race; achieving only mediocrity:

    Full time dead end office job, kids, wife, bills, mortgage, etc.

    I'm currently in Neverland.


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    Or refuse to play the game, find another source of income (most people work for income but income isn't based on work it's based on value) don't drag yourself down with mortgage and kids etc.
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    You workout 5 times a week and do muay thai 2 rimes huh try me

    Breakdancing 5 days a week
    Callisthenics 6 days a week
    Jeet Kune Do 1 or 2 days a week
    (badminton once a week)
    (table tennis everyday)
    (swimming once a week)
    (running once a week)
    AS exams in 1.5 months and I literally havent even started

    #struggles

    Not a competition ofc, Im sure youre massive and have a more tiring life, just thought Id tell you a lil about me

    Muay thai looks pretty effective indeed, Im a practitioner of Jeet Kune Do, have been for almost 4 years now and i know you know that one since you got Bruce Lee all over your profile.

    Shame he died at only 32, couldve been so much more....

    His philosophies were so advanced yet simple
    Wow, that is quite a lot to juggle. :gasp:
    How come you haven't started? What subjects? How many exams do you have?

    Everyone has different interests :lol: Nah, I'm not "massive" I'm just stronger than yesterday but weaker than where I want to be in 4-5 years time :laugh: The truth is nobody ever becomes as big as they want to be as a natty.

    Yeah, we share similar interests w/martial arts.
    Yeah, I only have space for 2 people...
    1 = Zyzz (father of aesthetics) + 2) Bruce Lee (father of mma)

    He was simply made for another generation. :moon:
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    (Original post by Virgili)
    No kids, partner or house? Damn you'll be lonely. I'd prefer to travel young, 40 year old me would sure miss out on those Slavic girls...
    I'm sure I'll be fine Kids I can only see as annoying burdens anyway, and a partner? More hassle than what they're worth imo. Seen far too many failures of relationships for me to trust in them. And a house? Well, who needs a house when you're travelling?! Especially when you're living alone; anything larger than a flat would be superfluous. I will own houses, but I will rent them out to other people, which will steadily pay off the mortgages for me, and eventually I'll sell them to cover the rest of the mortgages and make a profit.

    Everyone else says how they wanna see the world and everything, but they're all gonna end up married/with kids/bound by loans. I think I'm the only one who really has the desire to live a completely free life with no responsibilities, and actually see the world.
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    I'm sure I'll be fine Kids I can only see as annoying burdens anyway, and a partner? More hassle than what they're worth imo. Seen far too many failures of relationships for me to trust in them. And a house? Well, who needs a house when you're travelling?! Especially when you're living alone; anything larger than a flat would be superfluous. I will own houses, but I will rent them out to other people, which will steadily pay off the mortgages for me, and eventually I'll sell them to cover the rest of the mortgages and make a profit.

    Everyone else says how they wanna see the world and everything, but they're all gonna end up married/with kids/bound by loans. I think I'm the only one who really has the desire to live a completely free life with no responsibilities, and actually see the world.
    I'm actually doing the same as you haha, I would want a partner though and maybe kids but i'll never be wealthy enough to afford the kind of house I want so why bother? Might as well travel. Idk, i'd only settle down to a place I had a genuine affection for, and in the modern world I sincerely doubt i'll ever find one.

    I kind of feel like our generation has been plagued with this desire to have so many experiences, older generations had a much simpler life being content in their native villages etc
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    I'm sure I'll be fine Kids I can only see as annoying burdens anyway, and a partner? More hassle than what they're worth imo. Seen far too many failures of relationships for me to trust in them. And a house? Well, who needs a house when you're travelling?! Especially when you're living alone; anything larger than a flat would be superfluous. I will own houses, but I will rent them out to other people, which will steadily pay off the mortgages for me, and eventually I'll sell them to cover the rest of the mortgages and make a profit.

    Everyone else says how they wanna see the world and everything, but they're all gonna end up married/with kids/bound by loans. I think I'm the only one who really has the desire to live a completely free life with no responsibilities, and actually see the world.
    Also when a lot of people say world they mean a Brit infested beach resort in Spain or some Greek nightclub sleeping with some lad from Leeds. Hardly seeing the world. I don't see the point in travelling if you aren't meeting the locals, learning about new cultures, eating the local food, doing new things, etc.


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    (Original post by jblackmoustache)
    Also when a lot of people say world they mean a Brit infested beach resort in Spain or some Greek nightclub sleeping with some lad from Leeds. Hardly seeing the world. I don't see the point in travelling if you aren't meeting the locals, learning about new cultures, eating the local food, doing new things, etc.


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    Imo I love the little towns and villages few people go to, the ones that are just completely ignored due to poor tourism industry but actually have beautiful architecture, traditions and just wow.

    I mean we do have some in England we often overlook because we live here but modern capitalism has replaced a lot of our old traditions and structures with multinationals and celebrity worship.
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Wow, that is quite a lot to juggle. :gasp:
    How come you haven't started? What subjects? How many exams do you have?
    I havent started because Im just wayyyyy to chill about it I guess?

    I dont even know what Ive done all Easter apart from my sports and dance. How much have you studied this break and what for?

    Im doing 4 subjects ultimately, geo, bio, chem and maths

    But this AS year becuase of funny reforms in education system Im only doing 2 Geo and Maths so I guess that may be a factor to why Im so chill
    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    The truth is nobody ever becomes as big as they want to be as a natty.
    This is a really good point I see ppl take mad amounts of supplements and do insane diets and workouts but it just doesnt happen, ppl need to realise theres a limit to what you can do and the timescale is vast to build muscle correctly and efficiently

    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Yeah, we share similar interests w/martial arts.Yeah, I only have space for 2 people...1 = Zyzz (father of aesthetics) + 2) Bruce Lee (father of mma) He was simply made for another generation. :moon:
    Ah nice role modelss, zyzz died due to a heart attack in a sauna right?He died at 22, even younger than Lee, smh

 
 
 
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