Mine is Surfing.
I want to be Supreme Dictator of the Earth. First on my agenda: outlaw Mondays and mornings. The work week starts Tuesday at noon.
Whats your plan of action?
Step 1: take over the world.
Step 2: have the best tailor make me a series of leather outfits to emphasize my machismo.
Step 3: crush all those who displeased me before my ascension.
Step 4: rule with an iron fist.
Step 5: go to Disneyland.
can you please punish people who use "an" before an H word with a hard H ?
Oh, language enforcement. I'll put you in charge of that.
Can I just be "head of punishments for people who piss off the other department heads"? seems more fun.
That position is open. It's yours.
Easiest interview process ever, I shall recommend you as supreme leader to all my friends :D
Is that an honest response?
Of course. If I feel the role isn't being executed in a satisfactory manner I'll initiate retirement in a manner befitting my role as Supreme Dictator.
Can you make it legal to grow pot too please? thanks.
Well, okay. But only because you asked.
OK great, so since the workweek begins on Tuesday, can we rename Monday to "Marijuana Day"?
I know I am asking for a lot here, maybe you should just appoint me Vice-Supreme-Dictator.
Marijuana Monday it is. I already have my right hand minion established, but you're welcome to an advisory position.
Even better as I only really want to work like, 20 hours per month or less. How about: 'Vice Chancellor of Helming the Mast While Supreme Dictator of Earth and Right-Hand Minion are at Disneyland' for my official title?
Just tell me who I should be worshipping, and I'll be happy. Unless happiness is verboten, in which case, I'll be unhappily worshipping whomever you want us to worship.
Happiness is mandatory, Friend Citizen; Compliance is rewarded
Skydiving for me. Just posted a video about it too.
My brother got into that as well as many other not so safe hobbies such as fire breathing. See now, he says it's fun to jump out of a plane and hope for the miracle that is a working parachute. For me, not so much. Although I do see the draw.
I would like to do this at least once in my life.
I've always wanted to do some urban exploration. Like the kind where you explore abandoned buildings. I got a book one called Access All Areas and it been a favorite read for quite some time, I've also noticed that I tend to collect equipment for this (light backpacks, flashlights, lockpicks, etc [though I do know some frown on lockpicks] ), if I see something on sale that looks like i could be useful I'll get it. Never gone though, maybe one day.
I dare you to actually pick a place to go. If you accept the dare, where is it?
If it could be any place in the world, I'd pick the catacombs in Paris. If I need to be local there are quite a few abandoned theaters in my city that look cool.
Lot's of places have hidden underground catacombs. That's a great idea!
Believe me: Do it. It is an incredible experience, thrilling and fun. Pick a place, plan for it (depending on where you're going, you might need some special equipment like a breathing mask) and do it man.
I've been thinking about a lot more since I posted in this tread and may be going with a friend (who I originally had no idea was into it.) some time in October.
I double dare you.
I will take this dare.
In all honesty, hunting. I've always been fascinated with the concept, but as a child, I didn't want to hurt animals, and as a teen, it didn't bother me, but being around guns did. I think I'm finally at the point where I'm comfortable with every aspect. It has also become important to me for conservation as well as other reasons.
My uncles second wife (first wife died, he is not Mormon)
so the second wife, my new aunt, never went to a grocery store before she was 15 or 16 years old. Before that they literally hunted or grew everything they ate. A real woodswoman
I am assuming they bought salt somewhere but I could be wrong.
She has a "bear tag" now. Which means this year she can shoot a bear. She plans to, with her bow and arrow. They make bear soup and such things.
Aw hell, here is a paragraph from a piece I wrote about it:
"A ‘fisher cat’ is something that exists that is so terrifying that even the deer will backtrack if they smell it in their path, says my Uncle. They will attack and eat anything they come across. He brings out a printed tree-cam photo to show the fisher raiding the bear stump. A bear stump is a place where you put sweet cakes and cereal for the bear to come to get fat on. You do this if you live in the woods, and are one of the few to claim a coveted bear tag. This allows you to shoot a bear on-sight when in season, which is next month. If you are inclined, you might use a bow and arrow like Jackie. Jackie is Dave’s second wife. His first, Gail, a beauty from Chicago, cheated on him and later died of cancer. Jackie is a woodswoman. Her father left her along with three sisters and their young mother, alone in the woods. She said she never went to a grocery store before she was fifteen. They literally grew, or shot, or caught, all their food through her entire childhood. That is how you become the kind of person who claims a bear tag and baits a stump with brownies and cookies and wait for your pet (and now curiously diabetic,) bear to come along for his afternoon snack. It will remind you of your youth."
I would love to do one of those shark cages. I think that would be so exhilarating.
If I ever get suicidal, I will have to do this first. It's fail safe cause fuck that.
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Hmmm sounds a little like PTSD, and you would be doing exposure therapy to resolve it by playing sports. Have you ever considered Curling? Pretty good sport, more fun than bowling. Check it out! (cool people curl, no pun intended!)
i see what you did there....
how far do you have to go? did you hiatus?
Play a gig on a big open air festival in front of a really large crowd
I can dig it.
Learn new languages and travel inside all world also go in Arabic Countries like Siria and Iraq for see the beauty and know culture and history of them
I am actually obsessed with Persian culture. Me too.
Tennis, kayak (for one), and maybe pole dance.
I did tennis once. Left me with quite big blisters on my hands. It was fun, but not worth the blisters. :)
Kayaking has been high on my to-do list for a while now too. I just don't have the space to store a kayak, except those inflatable once, and I'm too heavy for those one-person kayaks.
Takes something deep to remove the TV from the bedroom heh? -_-
Skateboarding, but I'd be a sad sight. a 30-something bloke on a skateboard.
I see a lot of those around in my neighbourhood. It's okay man, a 30 something on a long board isn't weird. It's cool. Plus, Tony Hawk is about to go into his fifties if I remember correctly... :P
I have never stood on a longboard or a skateboard in my life. So, it'd still be a sad sight. :)
If you know any, ask some young kids to teach you they will love it and you wont have to be embarrassed because kids are cool that way .
Parkour looks awesome, but I don't have any idea where to start.
YIKES googled it, now I need a nap just from reading description.
not gonna lie, not gonna google, just gonna tell you I don't have any idea what that even is so you are further along than I am on that.
Hang gliding. But mostly because it's as close as we can get to bird-like flight, which is what I really want to do.
I want to travel. I am nearing my thirties, and still haven't left Quebec. I'll remedy that soon.
spoken like a true Canadian.
crack-up or full-on Dale Earnhardt?
Definitely skiing. Then maybe snowboarding in the future. I've never really had the chance, but when I start university in September I finally will, as there is a snow sports society there which I'm going to join straight away.