laylah Registered User
#1

What makes you feel satisfied with life, whole and content or do you ask yourself 'is this it' more regularly than you'd like?

MickySticks Banned
#2

Sex, beer and football.

Seachmall Registered User
#3

As of recently I quite enjoy rum. Very little gets me in a good mood.

So rum and cigarettes.

Feed your vices, you'll be dead soon enough anyway.

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#4

1. Watching grass grow
2. Watching paint dry
3. Washing Dishes
4. Pissing in the corner of the living room
5. Staring at the phone waiting for it to ring

all make life that little bit sweeter...

Biggins Banned
#5

Making my kids smile and laugh - also writing.

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#6

laylah said:
What makes you feel satisfied with life, whole and content or do you ask yourself 'is this it' more regularly than you'd like?


I just had a big steak. I'm feeling fulfilled from that.

donvito99 Registered User
#7

A PAIR OF FECKIN WOMENS KNICKERS

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MistyCheese Registered User
#8

No.

So, I guess, no.

#9

No I don't there is something missing in my life, I feel bereft of purpose or something. I need an aim or a hobby or something,

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Lando Griffin Registered User
#10

Biggins said:
Making my kids smile and laugh - also writing.


Your teaching your kids to write. Is not that what teachers are for. I wish people stopped undermining to ability of our public service.

#11

Quit my job and joined the army. I feel genuinely fulfilled from all hard work and ****-all salary, that's supposedly 'below' a university graduate. From cleaning the block, to being ****ed around up and down a hill for a morning.

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TheMilkyPirate Registered User
#12

Biggins said:
Making my kids smile and laugh - also writing.


Your teaching your kids to write. Is not that what teachers are for. I wish people stopped undermining to ability of our public service.


Well they obviously didn't do a good job with you so.

Lando Griffin Registered User
#13

baraca said:
Well they obviously didn't do a good job with you so.


They couldnt teach me, more made me learn it.

#14

discus said:
Quit my job and joined the army. I feel genuinely fulfilled from all hard work and ****-all salary, that's supposedly 'below' a university graduate. From cleaning the block, to being ****ed around up and down a hill for a morning.


LOL
I am not sure if you are happy with your decision or not.

Its one thing I notice about army lads, most of them like their jobs.

#15

No, never been happier! Wether we're carrying a lad a few miles down a mountain, or up all night cleaning rifles and **** as punishment, I'm doing it with 30 odd other lads who just wanna get stuck in, get their work done and then help everyone else get their work done. I've never been lucky enough to work with lads with such a genuine approach to team work!

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