(Original post by hezzlington)
There seems to be this belief that every guy that uses TSR is like some massive nerd that is terrified of real women. Some of us are pretty normal with fruitful social lives!!
Why else would they be on TSR? If u have a life shouldn't you be living it?
I joke. I just take the piss a bit - I spend too much time on here, but I have a very busy life. Atm it's mostly a form of procrastination from revision. It feeds into my delegated study time.
I'd consider the first few years of working after graduate the transition to adult hood. Being a university student is really odd and doesn't real like reality. You get a big loan to pay for everything or at least contribute, you have loads of time off like easter/summer/christmas (okay it's usually spent revising but still) and people at university can be just as childish as those still in school.
But you're working with adults so you're kind of forced right into the adult world. Hahaha that's why I'm looking forward to uni so much
it's like being a hamster.
Even New York was really humid when I went. But yeah Florida is a pretty humid place. That indeed would be the dream for me as well. Part of me wants to be really ambitious and work my way up the career ladder and get a 'good job' and have a family and all that but then the youthful side of me wants to just...drift..and float...and travel and eat and cook and surf. (and drink
I'm really lucky, I get free flights so I can and will go everywhere mwhaha. Colombian food is really tasty but because a lot of it is deep fried I feel guilty eating it. I've not visited Iceland but I'd like to go to Norway instead, and yeah Scandinavia in general would be awesome. South East Asia is fun and lots of young travellers go there. Indonesia is like heaven on Earth, my house mate is out there and he's going to Burma too, I want to join him but it's just i'm short on $$$. I'm Pakistani (half) and whilst it's a beautiful country, I don't particularly want to visit any time soon. I don't share any similarities with the culture. I'm pretty much white. But India/China/Japan look great.
Tbh, there's still lots of places in England/Europe I want to visit. omg I want to go everywhere aswell. Life's too short.
Idk why, but USA doesn't appeal to me
much. Drifting would be so great, but I don't think I'd want to do it forever - that's the issue
. There's only so much time you can spend living it up as a hippy
. You need to be able to fund these things.
how do you get free flights
</3 I am so jealous. Nah, Colombian food is OK for like a day but it's essentially the same thing day in and day out. I really want to go to Norway too. Lapland is in Norway
imagine spending Christmas there oml. I really want to see the Northern Lights too. Indonesia looks so beautiful. I want to explore all of that area and swim in the oceans there
. How comes you travel so much alone? I always imagine I'd want to at least go with one friend (although when I went to Venice I was essentially a fifth wheel and so spent a lot of time wandering by my friend, which was fun). Have you been to Pakistan? Yup, want to do those three
my friends and I are saving to interrail Eastern Europe. That'll be fun
Life is the longest thing that'll ever happen to you
but I agree, I'm worried I won't have the opportunities to do everything I want to