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    Coupla million quid in the bank, a stately home with a grouse moor & a whacking great penis in me undercrackers and I'd be a happy man. It's as good as a feast.
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    - Work in a job that I actually feel is useful.
    - Do the Trans-Siberian rail trip from Beijing to Moscow.
    - Trek across the north of Spain (it's 35 days all up, but 10 or so would do).
    - Write a TV comedy (that is actually good)
    - Be a good photographer.
    - Win a photography prize one-day. (Even if it's at the local markets)
    - Maybe lose a few of the ideals that mean I see jobs where you have to sacrifice your integrity as being a waste of potential.
    - Actually scrap the above, just do something that doesn't require this and do it well.
    - People seem to believe what you let them believe, so maybe be a little more assertive so people think joking around isn't ALL I do...mind you, being as boring as all **** isn't really that great either.
    - Be less honest at job interviews.
    - Work in a European country for a year or so.
    - Help out volunteering in Africa for a little while.
    - Visit India and Nepal.
    - End up on a project (not a housing project) in Greenland.
    - Go back to Iceland and the other Scandinavian countries.
    - Have a wife and some kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Son Of Coco View Post
    - Work in a job that I actually feel is useful.
    - Do the Trans-Siberian rail trip from Beijing to Moscow.
    - Trek across the north of Spain (it's 35 days all up, but 10 or so would do).
    - Write a TV comedy (that is actually good)
    - Be a good photographer.
    - Win a photography prize one-day. (Even if it's at the local markets)
    - Maybe lose a few of the ideals that mean I see jobs where you have to sacrifice your integrity as being a waste of potential.
    - Actually scrap the above, just do something that doesn't require this and do it well.
    - People seem to believe what you let them believe, so maybe be a little more assertive so people think joking around isn't ALL I do...mind you, being as boring as all **** isn't really that great either.
    - Be less honest at job interviews.
    - Work in a European country for a year or so.
    - Help out volunteering in Africa for a little while.
    - Visit India and Nepal.
    - End up on a project (not a housing project) in Greenland.
    - Go back to Iceland and the other Scandinavian countries.
    - Have a wife and some kids.
    Rather eerily, a lot of these are, or are similar to, what I'd like to do...
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    *See an Ashes test at lords.
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    Ive never been one for ambitions.

    My stuff is all about lifestyle choices rather than experiences.

    - Continue to play sports and happily drink with friends. Social life is pretty much the key to my happiness and moods

    - Spend quality time with the kids and give them the best opportunities possible.

    - Dont do anything to mess up my marriage.

    Drink, sport, kids & wife. All I really need, but not necessarily in that order of priority
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Would also love to have a proper tennis tournament with all the competitors in SirBloody_Idiot's Tennis Thread, with everyone turning up "in character", so to speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Son Of Coco View Post
    - Work in a job that I actually feel is useful.
    - Do the Trans-Siberian rail trip from Beijing to Moscow.
    - Trek across the north of Spain (it's 35 days all up, but 10 or so would do).
    - Write a TV comedy (that is actually good)
    - Be a good photographer.
    - Win a photography prize one-day. (Even if it's at the local markets)
    - Maybe lose a few of the ideals that mean I see jobs where you have to sacrifice your integrity as being a waste of potential.
    - Actually scrap the above, just do something that doesn't require this and do it well.
    - People seem to believe what you let them believe, so maybe be a little more assertive so people think joking around isn't ALL I do...mind you, being as boring as all **** isn't really that great either.
    - Be less honest at job interviews.
    - Work in a European country for a year or so.
    - Help out volunteering in Africa for a little while.
    - Visit India and Nepal.
    - End up on a project (not a housing project) in Greenland.
    - Go back to Iceland and the other Scandinavian countries.
    - Have a wife and some kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    • Do an Ironman race

    • Make lots of money to train for said Ironman


    (BTW it is a 3.8km swim, 180km cycle and 42.2km run all in one day, but I'm a masochist)
    Looks like I may do one next year in Bussleton. My dad is doing ironman this December, which I think is crazy, and for some reason I said yes to being in a team by running the Marathon leg for one of his cycling friends Hope to do the full Ironman the year after :fingerscrossed:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    The walk to Santiago de Compostela?
    Yeah that's the one. A friend did it on her own last year. Her photos look awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Reckon I was robbed this year.
    You were defeated by Bond21 in the preliminaries I'm afraid sledger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    You were defeated by Bond21 in the preliminaries I'm afraid sledger.
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    Reckon sledger should get a bye to the semis on the wave of euphoria around his return.

    Course, when gets there, I'm -1ing him, because he's a ****ing ****, tcfh

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