Exactly the same, only more so.
Exactly the same, only more so.
Most likely dead.
58 and lonely....
Oh god, I hope not. Hopefully out of debt and in more control of my life. Hopefully... with someone.
Me, staying gorgeous while the rest of you age horribly.
Ever wonder what’s going on when your back is turned? –A
Alone and living with my parents in college debt. I'd be 29.
have no idea and i don't want to know. there's a chance that it might not be good. can only hope for the best.
If you'd asked me this in, say, 2007 or 2008, I'd have said exactly the same, 'trapped' at home in my 'prison' with no independence, no freedom, no confidence, no future. That was my mindset and my conviction at the time, and I remember it well. It lasted up to late 2009/early 2010.
My discovery of J.U.B. quite literally changed my life, I've said it many times on here. The moral of the story is never to be convinced nothing can change, because it can happen ever after you've already given up, and when you least expect it.
Rich and fabulous
Luxuriating on my own private space station orbiting Mars
A well established author, who's books are selling well. I don't expect to be the next Stephen King or John Grisham, just enough of a solid sales record to make a living...
Any readers out there? Give my debut novel a try. (Marvin's) World of Deadheads
It's a humorous trip through the afterlife! Available in all e-reader formats for a whopping $2.99. Or, you could splurge and buy the print edition for $10.95...
Go ahead and help support an old veteran who's trying to make an honest living... (Feeling guilted into it yet? No? Should I lay it on a little thicker? )
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Ummm.....Financially well off, traveling around the world. And hopefully have a stable job! But my hopes and dreams rarely come true though
This is not an exit
I try not to project. Life isn't that predictable. If I had done that 10 years ago, today I would be miserable.
What is a periphery? And how can I live on it?
^ I think it's supposed to mean in the suburbs
Too far out to plan so I don't imagine. But statistically, I should still be alive. Now, if you had said 50 years from now that answer might be easier.
Well, I've been sorely heartbroken, and on and off depressed, for well over a decade now. The last guy I tried to date, tried to kill me. A few months ago, I got fired from my job, after 7 years, for a theft I didn't commit. I'm tired. Tired of trying to be a good person and trying to do the right thing and being beat down for it, by liars and psychos and the greedy bastards that always seem to get what they want and come out ahead.
Ten years? Seriously?
I'm 47. I hope I'm long dead.
i have high expectations......
I wanna be a pony on Lefty's farm being trained in leisure , drinking and recreational drug use.... I got the sex part down but will continue to train.......
If I'm still alive, I'll be much same, except everything will be worse. Everything always get worse...
After 10 years of what?
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Happily retired and playing with my grandchildren.
Hopefully as a partnered clinical psychologist.
A man can dream.
Having a job where my focus is the brain, lots of improvment with ballet, and may be a man on my side
All of you planning on dying in your seventies - I'll take your spare years. Any of you planning on "living fast and dying young" too. I want to live for centuries. I'm a curious bastard; I always want to know what's next.
Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.
F**k .. 10 years will be really old then LOL (assuming I'm unluckily still alive)
Probably far worse off than I am now
and atleast partially bald
and gray hared
and still single (but I don't count that as a bad thing)
Hopefully retired from teaching kids...
Maybe living in Canada...
Maybe married to PreTTY PeTe! (love ya' PeTe!)
The Three Musketeers... Bashful, Chrisglass, and Ronboy!
Well I'll be 49, so I'll be preparing for my second mid-life crisis - I've decided i'm not dying till I get a telegram from the Queen at 100 - I'll have my degree & possibly a masters, I'll also hopefully have a home of my own & maybe a French bulldog named Ralph. Sounds like bliss to me.
when i was a child my mom asked me what i was going to be when i grow up i said 'homeless'...so im guessing that.
I hope to have my Rn or Lpn
Working at a nice Laid Back Hospital
Move out of New Jersey to a big or midsize city with a good gay population.
My top choices are Florida Or Georgia.
I want my own House or Condo
That car that drives it self
A nice boyfriend
I want to have a nice body and be healthy
And active outside also
A very rich day trader living in a huge mansion by myself. I'll have a boyfriend by then but we live separately. I'll have some good close friends who know about my sexuality. I'll be closer to my family than ever before and they are all cool about my being gay. I'll be having way more fun than I ever used to before, living my dream...
Happily married with the one.
By then, I will have signed over the Horse Farm to Jawk-y
and found all my questions did have an answer and the answer...
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In 10 years it will be illegal to be gay, it will no more permitted to fall in love with another... That will be France after 10 years...
^ n'importe quoi
I don't try to imagine myself into next week. Never set your expectations, you won't be as disappointed that way
@ #57 Alphaville was too scary too watch.