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Default 28-02-2018, 06:42 PM

I spent a month back in the UK at Christmas.

I noticed 2 things mainly
- Hitting on women is tougher when you don't have a "sexy accent"
- People are generally more open to chatting with strangers in day to day settings although I think maybe that is different due to visiting smaller towns and more relaxed pubs/bars in comparison to Montreal

This year I've been on the go a lot and had the opportunity to travel to a few places both personally and with work:
Atlanta - Met a cute Hawaiian native who had just finished at work. She seated us but then finished, I look over and see she is drinking alone and invite her to join our merry posse (a tall hipster and a hispanic american who I'm sure was on Meth all week). She had a couple of yellow Newcastle Brown Ale woolly hats, one of which which I grabbed and then "won" the right to keep it from her in one of the best Rock-Paper-Scissors games I've played. We Uber it back to my hotel and I made her fuck me wearing nothing but a yellow woolly hat

New York City - I went to New York for a weekend and I was expecting New Yorkers to be grumpy fuckers, couldn't be further from the truth. I wouldn't call them insta-dates, but I chatted to a few groups of/with girls when queuing for sights which led to a few sexually charged tours and some number changing but nothing concrete.
First night there, I hit up a restaurant for pizza, another for cheesecake and finally a stand up comedy show. Was on my way back to my hotel but not in the mood for bed and I saw a sports bar showing the hockey. I decided to go in. Despite having a mixed crowds of ages, men and women, I soon realised due to the REALLY friendly men that it was in fact a gay bar
Last night there I hit up a country bar which was a "dump" but crowded with lots of fun personality (but no mechanical bull sadly). I made eye contact and then introduced myself to a Puerto Rican pilates instructor. There was lots of touching, some funny dancing (think dance off for the shittest dance) with her mates. I suggested another dive bar which I had seen close to my hotel - we say goodbye to her friends. Turns out that the dive bar was one of the best bars I'd been in - done up like a tacky 70's caravan/trailer park, the food, drink and staff were awesome. After a little more crazy dancing we head back to my hotel. She was possibly one of the hottest women that I'd ever been with but she properly star fished.

I'm off to Dallas and Ottawa next month...


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Default 21-04-2018, 02:51 PM

Dallas was pretty awesome.
I got to spend a day in the city and it was pretty much a rodeo/bourbon theme covering the city. Mostly it was nice to be somewhere above 0 for a few days (although that's improving here now)

My main reason for going was a work conference. It was awesome, they had presentations, educational sessions and panels throughout the day, showcases for new tech late afternoon and then the evening were the equipment sales teams buying whiskey and cigars. Obviously they rolled out the pretty sales ladies to sell stuff however it was easy to get their attention being better dressed, younger and considerably slimmer than my american counterparts.

The first night I met an Israeli engineer who was there to present and a glass of wine and some tapas later we were back at her suite. Despite being "fit and fun she was a little aggressive and hairy.

Second night we were taken to dinner by our main paper supplier. Their technical director is incredibly kind yet an animal on a night out, we drank whiskey, told jokes and generally had an awesome night being sociable.

Third night was their closing night which was a massive party. I was going to go into big detail but it's not relevent and only serves for me to reminisce. After smashing a dance-off, 2 hula hooping competitions, numerous tequila shots and getting the longest time on the mechanical bull, I went back to my room with a pretty sales rep. Most notably I had some beer in my room and in trying to open a chocolate stout for us, I managed to spray the room with it - I left a $45 tip for the poor Mexican lady who was about to walk into what looked like the after-scene from a horrific diarrhea incident...

I liked the event as I just tried to learn, meet people and have fun. In doing so other people had fun and got involved more. Afterwards I feel like I advanced in my career, socially and personally...


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Default 21-04-2018, 03:12 PM

This is more of a personal life update...
I've finally managed to really get a hold on my depression - funnily enough it's actually from micro-dosing with weed (THC oil vaped for ease of use) 3 times a day: upon waking, midday and 5pm. I feel the most stable that I have felt in a while, my only concern is that working with machinery I cannot claim through my insurance or be upfront about my use at work due to the problems that may cause (ironically I have other colleagues with desk based jobs who do)

I have an electric skateboard for getting around and its so much fun and a fast inexpensive way to get around. Spring is heating things up and I can't wait for summer to get here, it just feels so good zipping around on this thing whilst listening to upbeat music.

Work is pretty awesome, after a couple of good work events earlier this year, I've increased my work network and feel like I can choose my next job if I want to stay in the print industry (having declined 3 offers this year). The only thing that I dislike right now are the small-minded arseholes in Quebec - they like to whinge, bitch, insist on 100% perfect French and hold grudges. It makes what could be a beautiful ride a little bumpy.
Right now I'm reducing my outgoing costs, saving and simplifying to return to school next year (sep 19) for medical imaging (x-rays) - I've already been accepted but if I can study without money worries, I'll be champion. I'd like to take my technical problem solving skills with imaging machines and do something positive other than killing the planet...

Stand-up - last week I participated in my first pro-am comedy night (unpaid but a bigger more interactive crowd). It went really well, so much so that I was invited to participate on the musical mondays (still comedy based) with my uke. I'm also going to get involved with other comedy clubs - particularly a bilingual place close to where I live...

Womens - things were going well, I wasn't having trouble finding womens and some of them would even let me hold their hand
Then at the comedy night, a girl who's been hot and cold with me was there and incredibly upfront about how she wanted to "hold my hand" and more, a few good friends and an ex (also wanting to hold my hand). After the show I had 2 girls come and give me their number and another find out what I was drinking and bring me a pint (a real first).
I don't like bragging but I feel like here is the place to share my success - I thought I was holding my own with girls but since last week I would describe my "game" as "slaying mad pussy" as my friend put it...


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Default 17-06-2018, 02:49 PM

The past month depression has been kicking my arse. It’s been nearly a year off meds and overall it’s been positive but I put myself in a position where I wasn’t taking care of myself properly with work and with a close friend having a tough time. I don’t regret my decision but understand the importance of boundaries and self care a lot more.

I find it a little bittersweet to deal with. It’s never a pleasure but it helps me ascertain what is important to me. My sex drive drops but my desire for affection and laughter increases. It also helps me develop more authentic communication in that I can be more succinct about my needs and capabilities and I have become better at drawing boundaries.

The bar a block over has become a regular haunts, they serve my favourite beer, have a Mexican wrestler/retro theme and it gets busy making it easy to start a conversation. Also close to mine which makes it far more tempting than my belle having to take a taxi...


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Default 17-06-2018, 03:13 PM

Dale, you didn't actually ask any specific question so based on what you've said I'll respond with this..

Things always get better. I know that's quite generic but it's the simple truth. I know a guy younger than me who was buried this week. He purposely took an enormous amount of heroin, tightened a belt around his neck and died holding a photo of his young boy. Apparently he did this because he wasn't seeing his child - well I think he's a fucking stupid cunt because now he'll never see him.. I have a 6 year old boy, I would never let him be without me through me killing myself.

The point i'm making here is Dale that there's always something to live for. There's this saying, that I've been chastised for, but i think it's quite relevant "If you're going to kill yourself then you obviously don't give a fuck what happens to you, so you might as well stick around for a bit and see what happens"

Shit, I think I went off on a tangent there, you weren't suggesting suicide. But my points are of course, relevant. Hope you're ok man.


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Default 17-06-2018, 07:45 PM

I can't comment on depression, mi amor, I don't know anything about it. I hope you have it in check as much as you have expressed here.

At least stay alive long enough to share with us the experience of the glory of C45, please. I listened to the entire senate debate the other day. It was fascinating. Very much like the English parliament except Canadian politicians seem to have a fear of speaking for more than 60 seconds without saying either "but what about the aborigines" or "but what will the USA think".

Kinda weak way of doing politics, no? (Not saying there are known good ways, just that this way seems weak af... but also it is often quite successful.)


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At least stay alive long enough to share with us the experience of the glory of C45, please. I listened to the entire senate debate the other day. It was fascinating. Very much like the English parliament except Canadian politicians seem to have a fear of speaking for more than 60 seconds without saying either "but what about the aborigines" or "but what will the USA think".

Kinda weak way of doing politics, no? (Not saying there are known good ways, just that this way seems weak af... but also it is often quite successful.)i
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Default 17-06-2018, 10:28 PM

Shut up, idiot.


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Shut up, idiot
Why you saying that tho?

I was just saying I don't give a fuck or care about politics. Explain how that makes me an idiot?


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Default 18-06-2018, 04:51 PM

Thanks for the love guys, I'm doing ok.

I personally (and most other people) can't wait for the C45 bill to pass but it'll be interesting to see how the provinces deal it in their weird devolved ways.
There's a whole mixture of things going on here and the first nations guys are a really valid concern - they don't have the federal regulations so they cut anything expensive (petrol, cigarettes, alcohol) with really damaging things.
That said most people in Canada live in large Metropolitan places so old white conservatives have less of a hold with their bullshit
With the bill definitely being passed (but just awaiting the details) the Police are remiss to bother themselves with ticketing over it now

I don't think it'll make much of a difference to consumption, people here are pretty chill and it's more acceptable than tabacco. Hopefully getting decent stuff will just become easier Leafly
Each dry Sunday throughout the summer they have a drum party in the park where people go to bang drums, smoke weed and picnic on the side of the mountain. The police wander through to keep the peace but never make any arrests (unless somebody is obviously dealing in a very public place in full view). It won't make much difference to me.
I stopped using my disposables more recently out of sheer laziness to buy more and since I bought more at the weekend, it's really helped the depression.


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