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Magdalena
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Miss_Sub said:

Would you do this?
https://youtu.be/cNqPoHVN9f0


Not a chance in hell

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What is the most relaxing/blissed/ chilled out thing that you have done?


Slept on the roof of a boat in the sun in the middle of the sea.

Same question.

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Miss_Sub
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Slept in a Hammock all night on the loch side right at the top of Scotland. I woke up to a deer sniffing me.

Would you let your mate choose your tattoo if they gave you £1000?

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Carpe_Noctem
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Depends are they just going to pick some generic thing of the wall, or can they design something for me and pay me.

Any tattoos or plans for getting one/more

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Layla
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No tattoos, although there was a time i wanted one..but no longer.

The last words on your dying bed and to whom do you want to say?

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David_Macleod
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I would organise to dye alone - no family, no friends, My final words would be "Fuck you God, I am still not giving in to your bullshit"

Famous last words in you were to die in battle?

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MadameLavender
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Matthew 10:28—
“And fear not, them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul”



Top 5 things on your bucket list, during your time on Earth ?

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John Brady
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Eat a bucket of chicken naked outside the Taj Mahal.

Shark dive.

Get my full back tattoo.

Successfully sell ice to an Eskimo.

Take Donald Trump on a man date to a Mexican restaurant and hand feed him Laxative tacos to the tune of La Cucaracha.

Ever look at some people and wonder where they go at night?

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Miss_Sub
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Jesus fuck. Who’s this guy.

Yeah, I guess I do. Mostly when I see strange buskers in public then wonder what they do with the rest of their lives.

Have you ever watched a TV series that you were sad when it ended?



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lepperochan
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Not really. I'll be sad when the women's world cup ends though 😎


What's your relationship with guilt

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inechoingsilence
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My relationship with guilt is interesting - I rarely have it, but when I do it's heartbreaking. Until it's not.


What is your go-to emotion, the one that is most immediate?

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AEMelia564
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inechoingsilence said:My relationship with guilt is interesting - I rarely have it, but when I do it's heartbreaking. Until it's not.


What is your go-to emotion, the one that is most immediate?

Enthusiasm, i can be just like a kid saying "watch that cloud" look at that piece of blue in that dark sky, sometimes I have to slow myself down a bit,
Though the polarity would be my reserved side which observs and can seem
introvert. Are there foodbanks in your town or area?

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lepperochan
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they've been popping up in most towns of late. which says a lot about the alleged economic recovery being touted by government



would you buy clothes from a second hand charity store

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AEMelia564
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lepperochan said:they've been popping up in most towns of late. which says a lot about the alleged economic recovery being touted by government



would you buy clothes from a second hand charity store

Yes definatly, i do this often, I buy from the salvation army shop.
They dont only sell used but also left overs from shops. I think in used stores there you can find more original clothes.
Have you ever done vuluntary work or would you consider it?

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SkyeCebh
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AEMelia564 said:
Yes definatly, i do this often, I buy from the salvation army shop.
They dont only sell used but also left overs from shops. I think in used stores there you can find more original clothes.
Have you ever done vuluntary work or would you consider it?


Yes, as a volunteer "big sister" to rape and incest victims to help them cope. I also work with people who are in secret transit between danger to safety.

What is your wish for the next stranger that pass you by?

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lepperochan
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I've done the soup run in Dublin city at night (bring sandwiches, tea, soup and blankets to folk sleeping on the street) not so much of late but if I'm asked to do stuff I rarely say no


edit: I wish the same for everyone. inner peace, decent day


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