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11. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 10y

im king of that. walk, talk, listen, run around, climb on things, play hide and seek with someone, play man hunt. make up a game with random sporting goods. have rock-paper-scisscor tournaments, wander aimlessly, break into parks and stuff at night (real creepy and fun, not hurting anyone ) watch the sky for shooting stars, playing various forms of tag (gravel tag is my favourite, find a big playground and chase each other down without touching the ground) play dodgeball explore cemetaries at night, break into abandoned buildings, just dont be afraid or feel like you can't do something becuase of age or whatnot. these are all super awesome things i do on a regular basis
im sure theres plenty more but i cant think of it
ive had the best time doing quite possibly doing the stupidest things.i just surround myself with people who like the same i guess

do it NOW! its great being eleven!

12. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 10y

Quoting SeeTheSky

im king of that. walk, talk, listen, run around, climb on things, play hide and seek with someone, play man hunt. make up a game with random sporting goods. have rock-paper-scisscor tournaments, wander aimlessly, break into parks and stuff at night (real creepy and fun, not hurting anyone ) watch the sky for shooting stars, playing various forms of tag (gravel tag is my favourite, find a big playground and chase each other down without touching the ground) play dodgeball explore cemetaries at night, break into abandoned buildings, just dont be afraid or feel like you can't do something becuase of age or whatnot. these are all super awesome things i do on a regular basis
im sure theres plenty more but i cant think of it
ive had the best time doing quite possibly doing the stupidest things.i just surround myself with people who like the same i guess

do it NOW! its great being eleven!

To be honest, I thought you'd be more into "Jackass" antics !

13. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 10y

i am here and there, but its usually totally spontaneus when it happens, and its usually not at someones expense other than their composure woo hoo hooooo

14. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

Quoting SeeTheSky

i am here and there, but its usually totally spontaneus when it happens, and its usually not at someones expense other than their composure woo hoo hooooo

And his own personal safety... ;)

15. Posted by rbyslipahs (Respected Member 349 posts) 10y

My husband and I play the "Maybe" game. We introduced my mom to it when we dropped her off at the airport last week and had to wait a few hours before her flight.

Basically, it's a form of people watching, only more interesting. There's always someone with a story in a crowd, and in the Maybe game, you make up the story!

Our last target was a woman dressed rather oddly who was apparently waiting for someone arriving on a flight. "Maybe," we decided, she was waiting for her internet lover and had told him that he would recognizer by the outfit she was wearing. Or "Maybe" .... on and on! We're easily amused (and never bored!).

16. Posted by GregW (Travel Guru 2635 posts) 10y

Sex.

...though some women do require me to pay them for that...

...but otherwise, it's free...

Toronto is a very multicultural city with many little "neighbourhoods" where there will be a lot of restaurants and shops of a specific ethnicity. I like going there and hanging out, checking out the stores and seeing what they have to offer. It's a little like taking a trip to India or Jamaica or Hungary or wherever without paying the plane fare.

...and without the damage to the environment as well.

...it's a win-win really...

...does anyone think I could use more "..."'s in this reply?

17. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 10y

Quoting GregW

Sex.

...though some women do require me to pay them for that...

...but otherwise, it's free...

What, free with the guys ?

*sorry*

18. Posted by GregW (Travel Guru 2635 posts) 10y

Well, there was that one guy from Geneva that I met in Paris...

19. Posted by rbyslipahs (Respected Member 349 posts) 10y

Quoting GregW

Well, there was that one guy from Geneva that I met in Paris...

THAT was Ewan MacGregor?!?!?

20. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 10y

yea i had a very similar experience in boston. i was wander at like 2am as usual, and i randomly decided to enter this park, no lights, called back bay fens.. locals know where im going with this.. but i didnt . so anyway as im walking around im noticing theres people around, a pretty good amount of people. immediatley i get a real bad feeling and start walking real fast. girls and guys, but none together.. and i start to notice guys watching me as i go by. i probably would be laughing if i werent so ready to get the fick outta there. then a guy about a foot shorter than me starts walking next to me, just talking, i told him i was travelling, he asked where i was stayin, then invited me to his place, asking if i wanted to fool around. i assured him no, and then he reached for my crotch and i basically punched his hand away and started to run. i turned around, and started

to yell. he told me it was a gay park, and i said how the EFF am i supposed to know that. anyway he apologized and i left, no being insanely disconcerted. forgot about it by the next mornin though .

And his own personal safety... ;) [quote]
yea... i love doin shit all the time. gettin hurt makes you feel so alive... and i just think of scars as ways to remember what you've done. i hate major injuries, just little shit gets me all energetic. lol im crazytown