Predict your life in five years

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Predict your life in five years

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Me in 2020:



Me in 2025:



Of course it doesn't seem likely now, but I definitely want to aim to be the assertive, relaxed man who is complete control of his sex drive that I've always wanted to be in the next five years. If not five then maybe ten. I'm really curious to know if the line at 0:35 would actually work on a woman. I guess it depends on how you said it. It's also strange how I've gone from being apathetic to motivated in the space of a day. Going through some crazy mood swings at the moment. At least I'm setting targets, though.

Where do you think you're going to be in the next five years?
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I dread to think.
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I'll be 62, which sounds ancient even though it's only 5 years away. On the plus side, I'll only have 5 years left to retirement. I can't wait. I think everyone should retire at 60. I think I could handle another 3 years, but another 10 seems like a huge chasm before I can finally get off the hamster wheel and put my feet up. Assuming I last that long. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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Hmmm hopefully 4 years into a happy marriage if all goes well, as me and my GF are getting married next year. Iโ€™ll be 35 by that time. I hope Iโ€™ll have made some serious headway on my DW collection along with my fossil one also.
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Ludders wrote: โ†‘
Mon Jun 22, 2020 11:29 pm
I think everyone should retire at 60.
I completely agree, I'm 53, but can't envisage myself lasting more than another 7 years on the daily grind. My body has slowed tremendously in the last 10 years and now find my job exhausting rather than challenging. When I'm not at work, I'm literally flat out exhausted.

This COVID19 pandemic and being furloughed has actually been a bit of a god-send to me because it has given me a much needed time to recharge my batteries, reassess my life and just enjoy my own company for once instead of endlessly running round after others. Prior to that, I think I was possibly on the edge of physical and mental exhaustion.

I'm thinking of writing to the Chinese Government to thank them and see if they can come up with a COVID20 in another year or two's time.

If the Tories would be prepared to enter lockdown again as a consequence, I'd probably do the previously unthinkable and vote for them, because Starmer and his muppets offer people like me precisely the grand sum of fuck all.

Labour have regressed back to being a completely inept and awful party.

I've honestly no idea who on earth they are trying to appeal to other than media luvvies and the Board Of Deputies.

They'll never reclaim the Red Wall or more importantly Scotland with their current approach, I can't understand why they seem doomed to keep making the same habitual errors.

I wish there was a proper socialist party to vote for with a decent amount of support, instead of a faux one with empty platitudes and gestures.
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Rob Filth wrote: โ†‘
Tue Jul 21, 2020 6:52 pm
Ludders wrote: โ†‘
Mon Jun 22, 2020 11:29 pm
I think everyone should retire at 60.
My body has slowed tremendously in the last 10 years and now find my job exhausting rather than challenging. When I'm not at work, I'm literally flat out exhausted.
To be fair, Ian Levine has a lot to answer for here.
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MistressRani wrote: โ†‘
Wed Jul 22, 2020 3:51 pm
To be fair, Ian Levine has a lot to answer for here.
You forgot to prefix that comment with "In my personal experience" Rani, because you would know.
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Rob Filth wrote: โ†‘
Wed Jul 22, 2020 5:11 pm
MistressRani wrote: โ†‘
Wed Jul 22, 2020 3:51 pm
To be fair, Ian Levine has a lot to answer for here.
You forgot to prefix that comment with "In my personal experience" Rani, because you would know.
Hey, I'm not the one he's tiring out here! :lol:
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MistressRani wrote: โ†‘
Thu Jul 23, 2020 8:59 am
Hey, I'm not the one he's tiring out here! :lol:
I know! He says you're always raring to go!

Like a coiled spring!

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Not to put a downer on things, but I will probably be blind. I intend to end my life when it happens, but I am happy about that as it is a relief, and I have done what I wanted in my life.
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