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... revolves mainly around travelling and I might have been slightly ambitious! Oh well! Here is the list and also what I have completed already.
Things to do before 30 (4 done… 26 to go!)
1. Fitness retreat
2. Do volunteer work
3. Live in Australia
4. See Great Barrier Reef
5. Go to a Comedy club
6. Boob job ✅ (had a reduction done in April and couldn’t be happier!)
7. Go to New York ✅ (spent one ...
... opportunity. I believe that remote working will become commonplace in the next 50 years and that we're just moving with the times. I hope it works, but If doesn't it will be a lesson learned, which is no bad thing. I've also been accepted onto a Masters Degree in Medical Physics at UCL (by distance learning). I'm passionate about physics and applications in medicine will give me an opportunity to try something ...
... value instead of dumping your money down the esophagus of drunk chicks with desperate hopes of a positive outcome. Girls are (selectively***) much too smart for this antic. On the same wavelength, ingesting creatine to bulk up through water weight and going for a 6 set curls workout to “get swoll” prior to the club is an ABHORRENT consolation prize to an intellectual dude. You know, the anomaly that can formulate coherent sentences about things that matter.. ...
... over here or just go away for the weekend to be back in time for classes on Monday (a great example is our one day trip to Dublin ,Ireland next weekend!) and it's something that really can't be done to the same extent back in Australia where it takes days to drive to the other side of the country whereas in England most of the major cities are connected by train and traveling is so easy... I'm definitely taking advantage of it while I'm here :) ...
... different Vauxhall Zaffiras (every mile piloted by Neil), spent over £3,500 per couple and collected 62 thimbles. A fantastic achievement if you don’t include the thimbles.
It wasn’t long before we started to talk about our next Senses challenge.
Neil mentioned his five senses all have something to do with Wakefield Trinity winning the challenge cup final and we all agreed that this was unattainable, which also turned out ...