G. That is true! We attract the vibe we put out!
My vibe is a bourbon on the rocks and some 'woman in a red dress' type music.
Sorry to hear that man! Thank you for sharing!
Damn dude I’m so sorry
Nobody is good enough for you. :( It must be hard.
@jean_A well actually in this case the person i liked i wasn't good enough for them! so not true :P
Awh. That it actually is hard.
At least you've had dates :(
Wow you had 11 dates in one year? I never had 11 dates in my whole entire life
@Iron_Man about that
Huh what do you mean about that?
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You can un-nun 😂
Do you have a good ❤️?
Read the basics of redpill. Try some pua tricks. And stop respecting girls so much. Make it a game. Those 3 things take time and effort so it's like an RPG where you level up. ;)
Guys don't approach you?
@guyuser2 No, they don't. And I know why.
To the girl who downvoted me: I don't know who you are, but this is getting old. If you like portuguese guys that's fine. But I also have the right of not wanting to date them.Please accept that.Thanks!
One simple piece of advice. Smile.
Cheers mate 😅
What a life!!! Woah
Mel, I love my job, dont get me wrong, but it is so demanding. I often wish for things to be the way they used to be, where I could see family on a regular basis (not once or twice a year), and where I wasn't always working. But I wouldn't trade any of the experiences or the friendships I've made for the world.
If you don’t mind me asking, what is your job title? That requires you to travel all around the world.I think we should trade places haha. I would want nothing more than to leave this place and travel the world for unending months.
United States Coast Guard. I'm stationed on a ship called the Polar Star. It sounds great until the command kills all morale when we pull into port
That’s awesome! You’re the first coast guard I’ve met. Polar star.. that sounds fascinating. Indulge me, what do you do on the ship when you guys sail for days?
We play a lot of video games and enjoy the open seas when they are calm. When they are rough, well... we still enjoy them, but mainly because it feels like a gyroscopic roller coaster
And you don’t get sea sick with all the movements of the sea? Especially if they are like a roller coaster?I didn’t expect coast guards to play video games while on the ship!! What kind of video games do you play?
I have never been seasick, but a lot of the guys on the boat get seasick. I play a lot of Black Ops 3 zombies, Need for Speed, and sometimes Dark Souls. All on PS4.
You are very lucky then... I feel for your fellow comrades... I would imagine I would turn green from all the seasickness that I would get haha. Even on an airplane, I throw up 😂 All those are cool games. Have you heard of heavy rain? The best video game I have ever played!!
I haven't! What's it about? I kind of like how I dont get sick, though, because I get to take care of them, which gets me out of work haha. Do you play PS4?
I’m surprised you never heard of it... here’s the trailer for it: https://youtu.be/YVYiJ3VSp60The game features four protagonists involved with the mystery of the Origami Killer, a serial murderer who uses extended periods of rainfall to drown his victims.I like the game because the player's decisions and actions during the game affect the narrative; seriously one of the best video games ever! No, I play PS3 and occasionally PS2 with my cousins. Haha 😂 lucky person! So you act as their nurse so you wouldn’t do work? What kinds of work do they make you do?
That sounds cool! Oh okay. You should get one!Yeah, I would mainly just swing by their rooms and make sure they weren't dying haha. If they needed water/crackers, I'd get them. For work, we mostly just keep everything secure so it doesn't roll around, but we also will treat rust that comes up from under the paint. Our ship is 42 years old, and has plenty of rust. When we aren't doing those, we are driving the ship and running drills for in case something goes wrong (like fire, flooding, toxic gas)
Yeah it’s really worth the buy. I really enjoy narrative-based games. Another game I’m really into is bioshock. Love the style of the game. But in the end I mostly play indie games rather than AAA ones. Aw. That’s really friendly of you, making sure they don’t die 😂🤔. You actually get to drive the ship? That’s insane! And I’m guessing it’s like a massive ship? Where has been the coolest place you guys visited while on the ship?
I dont mind narrative games. I like Beyond: Two Souls a lot, though. It's a time based choices game, so it provides a little bit more of on your feet thinking. I play a lot of AAA games, but I dont keep a lot of them around for long. CoD and NFS are my two main games I keep around. Same with Dark Souls 3.I mean, it's kind of selfish if i just leave them to lay in bed, feeling miserable 😂I love driving the ship. Its 399 feet long and 83.5 feet wide. She looks pretty good for her age, too. I fell in love with Tasmania, but New Zealand is a very close second. However, Antarctica was one of those experiences where even if you dont like the cold, you love the place. We are down there for 6 weeks every year
Well I don’t know about the game Dark souls three. Might check out the trailer tho and the reviews to see if it’s even worth buying:) Have you heard of the last of us? Enjoyed that game a lot. You should definitely check out indie games tho. Such as That Dragon, Cancer. I CRIED the whole time while I was playing it. It’s based on the video game programmer’s son and how he died from cancer. Touching game. Haha... I don't know, you could have been selfish but you decided not to, so good karma heading your way? Is it difficult driving the ship? How do you navigate? And NO freaking way? You went to New Zealand? That’s like my dream place to go? Especially their glow worm cave... you have been blessed. This might sound dumb, but do people actually live in Antarctica?
Dark Souls is a brutally hard game but it's fun. I played The Last of Us all the way through in 6 or 7 days I think haha. That sounds super depressing 😅 I kinda hope so, but I dont do it for the karma, I do it because they are my friends. It's not terribly difficult, but bad seas makes it interesting. We have 2 companies. One is digital and one is magnetic. The digital runs off of a GPS, so we can see our true heading, while the magnetic acts as a backup. New Zealand was amazing. We went to Christchurch, and I love it there. The stations are always running, and I think you can only be down there for 6 months at a time, but you can go back. Most do.
Start running not fast but just go for a jog maybe around the block and slowly push yourself it is hard but once you get into the groove your body will adjust
Lose weight now we are still young we can change
I can't do much running because my left foot is a partially re-constructed club foot and so it'll hurt every now and then even if it's a 1 or 2 Mile walk. Doesn't always hurt though.
Well done girl, totally agree
My thoughts exactly.