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This kid is about to get rocked. Look at that fist.
Fun fact: Kangaroos have been known to attack people, and in one case a kangaroo has dragged a man off a horse and drowned dogs in lakes by holding the dog’s head underwater with its feet.
Skippy is a lie people.
Iron Man 3 is amazeballs.
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This music gives me chills.
BE HONEST> i dont want you to come cos this is a journey i NEED to go on alone. sorry mum.
Thanks so much for replying. I think I just have to be very straightforward when I talk to her next. When I first started telling her about this trip I told her how important it was for me to go alone. I might just have to remind her why I wanted to do this trip in the first place.
For a little while now I have been planning to do a trekking trip in Nepal September of next year. I want to be put outside my comfort zone with other strangers to have a real once in a lifetime experience. I want this trip to be character building for myself, and to make friends while doing it.
My mum just rang me to ask if she can come with.
And I don’t want her to. And I feel really bad for not wanting her to.
The main reason I want to do this trip is to be placed outside of my comfort zone alone. I don’t want to go with anyone. I want this to just be for me.
But now she wants to come and she has started researching Nepal and I don’t know how to say I don’t want her to come with me.
We were planning to trek Hadrian’s Wall in 2015 but she doesn’t want to wait that long.
What do I do?