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    Nickle Iron Silicone Charmed Justice's Avatar
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    Bought a house, hated it, sold it, and bought a new one in less than 2-years.

    Meet a guy online, talked to him for some months, packed my bags about a year into talking to him to LD, transferred schools, and moved states away to be with him.
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    Heh. I'm so boring compared to the rest of you. 5 years ago I notified my parents without any kind of previous warning that I'm going to drive to a city a few hours away the next day to rent an apartment and enroll in university in a few months. I did it. They said ok. Not exactly crazy or crap but meh.

    Hmmm. I've enrolled in university four times, if that counts. I only have one degree.

    Quote Originally Posted by Charmed Justice View Post
    Bought a house, hated it, sold it, and bought a new one in less than 2-years.
    I've done the same with apartments.

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    More than I can say....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Heh. I'm so boring compared to the rest of you. Exactly 5 years ago I notified my parents without any kind of previous warning that the next day I'm going to drive to a city a few hours away to rent an apartment and enroll to a university in a few months. I did it. They said ok. Not exactly crazy or crap but meh.



    I've done the same with apartments.
    I'm pretty boring too I guess! Most of my crazy dealings have to do with feeling driven in terms of life decisions, but perhaps seeming impulsive and outside of the box because those determinations weren't expected of me.

    Edit: I have done some other crazy stuff actually, but I think I covered most of it in the S&M subforum. :P
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    Wandering around minefields.

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    There is no way in hell I am writing of my craziest deeds here.

    Forget it!
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    one time, my friend dressed up in a Banana suit and we went around town almost all night "parading" and dancing and having an incredible time. We'd walk into restaurants and go through the McDonald's drive-thru on foot and shoot the breeze with drunk college students. At one point we actually stormed into a small grocery store, bought 15$ worth of bananas. We were "rescuing them" and we went outside and "released them." Later, this event became known as our Banana Parade. Great time
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    one time, my friend dressed up in a Banana suit and we went around town almost all night "parading" and dancing and having an incredible time. We'd walk into restaurants and go through the McDonald's drive-thru on foot and shoot the breeze with drunk college students. At one point we actually stormed into a small grocery store, bought 15$ worth of bananas. We were "rescuing them" and we went outside and "released them." Later, this event became known as our Banana Parade. Great time
    +10

    For the rest of today, you are my new personal hero.
    (I am a secret bananer sympathizer.)
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    I wrote a big reply, but some of the stuff was borderline illegal, so I'll keep it to myself.

    Here's a little one:Some friends and I squated in a building on E 55th St in NYC, with running water and electricity! We jammed and partied there for about 8 months before anyone was on to us. It was right next to the synogogue, off of 2nd ave...good times.

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