Monday, March 11, 2013

"What Do I Want to Do with My Life?" List


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29 comments:

vanessa cardui said...

Or, 2 lives?

m said...

more lists to be found on:

www.monicasplace.blogspot.com

100 regrets
100 resentments
100 things to be thankful for
100 reasons not to kill myself

Craig C said...

I would love to see George W Bush's to-do list from 6 years ago.

The only line that should be checked off:

Run country into the ground.

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Johnny Doe said...

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Sergvolant said...

Lists are the beginning of the end

Peter Matthes said...

*To get a chance to dive The Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
* Have a threesome with two girls and a love trapeze.

SportyChick said...

"Lists are the beginning of the end..."

Wow.

My end began YEARS ago. Yikes.

Playlove said...

Hey!! I been looking at your blog, and you got the same name as me!! My name is Sasha too!! Cool, isn't it? But my nickname is Sunshine Girl. Check out my blog!! And leave comments on it. Enjoy!!

P.S. I'm 16 years old.

Muse said...

right on craig

Ami said...

ey... con todas esas listas tu podrias hacer un analisis grafologico... mucho material!

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Darren Reece said...

Good blog of personals – I enjoyed looking at the different handwritings. My own favorite 'to do' list is from the writer Henry James: “Live – it doesn’t matter how, just live”.

Anonymous said...

You sad, sad bastard...

archipagio said...

I enjoyed looking at your blog site. I do not write lists for the most part. I mean I write them and sometimes I have even checked them off a time or two when I complete an item but for the most part, I live my life by my wife and her insipid lists. Damn her! regards Archipagio

Hel Fire said...

It looks like you've got spam comments, better turn on that "word verification"...
Anyway, this looks like the sort of thing that you shouldn't be looking at, but people still do, bit like that other blog that was like this (can't remember what it was called, it was post-somethingorother, anyway people sent in postcard-sized art to it). There is something interesting about this sort of thing, giving you insight into others' lives, and in a way it is art.

Hel Fire said...

Oh, I've remembered the name of that other similar blog now, it was PostSecret.

Online Degree said...

This person seems to have aspirations to travel quite a bit....

Anonymous said...

hmmm. if cooking is tough, going into space might be a bit of a stretch

pistolita said...

wanna learn spanish?

begin reading blogs written in spanish...

¡el mío por ejemplo! ;)

Annie said...

I have a "To Do" list everyday -it keeps my life focused - however - I frequently find that life is circular; not linear. So, life is constantly intruding on my "To Do" list.

A Paper-plane Pilot said...

Ah, to live like that. :-) :-) :-).
everything's in place. Just a bit of money, and i'm off !

just a bit of money...

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Ancient Clown said...

Hi:
Just a thought, but what about adding "To learn the Art of Wire Tree-making and teach it to at least one child to watch what happens in their eyes when I do."
your humble servant,
Ancient Clown

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Honey B said...

What are they "borrowing" the 2 bricks for, anyway?

Anonymous said...

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pimalai said...

Interesting list you got there. I have to ask though: How many have you done?

Anonymous said...

Hell I don't know!?!