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 Topic: Happiest moments of your life

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  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #60 - June 20, 2012, 08:12 PM

    Lovely, cute memories there paranoid. It makes me happy (and slightly fuzzy) just to read them. God knows what thinking of them does to you, cause they're actually your wonderful memories, and not mine.

    Hi
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #61 - June 20, 2012, 09:19 PM

    I'm only 19 but I'll get back to you on that.

    "its fashionable to be an ex Muslim these days"
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #62 - June 20, 2012, 09:37 PM

    Spending the day with Jema in London was definitely something that stuck with me. I don't know why, but I just really enjoyed getting lost in the city and ending up spending hours at a shisha bar. I really like the small moments where people do nothing but it means a lot.

    And then of course there's getting pick-pocketed in London and calling Jema and ChinaDoll to come back and get me, and walking together till the sun came out. Those are the moments that define my life.

    Even in Montreal, some of my greatest memories are just me walking around with a friend and stumbling into places we've never been to before.
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #63 - June 20, 2012, 09:45 PM

    Spending the day with Jema in London was definitely something that stuck with me. I don't know why, but I just really enjoyed getting lost in the city and ending up spending hours at a shisha bar. I really like the small moments where people do nothing but it means a lot.

    And then of course there's getting pick-pocketed in London and calling Jema and ChinaDoll to come back and get me, and walking together till the sun came out. Those are the moments that define my life.

    Even in Montreal, some of my greatest memories are just me walking around with a friend and stumbling into places we've never been to before.



    that was a fab day despite that I went nearly insane because of the lack of sleep I had, remember when jema and I got mc donalds and I decided to saved half the burger for you? (believe me I wanted to eat that burger) thats true friendship right there.

    "its fashionable to be an ex Muslim these days"
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #64 - June 20, 2012, 09:49 PM

    That half-eaten mass-produced burger will forever be the emblem of our friendship.
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #65 - June 21, 2012, 05:55 AM

    Lovely, cute memories there paranoid. It makes me happy (and slightly fuzzy) just to read them. God knows what thinking of them does to you, cause they're actually your wonderful memories, and not mine.


    the fuzzy part ? maybe it's the school motto, mascot, it's all boys school, and students supposed to roar if the word 'TIGERS! ' were shouted, and the sportsmanship things, it's just things boys do in boarding school to ward off the boredom. Cheesy
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #66 - June 21, 2012, 10:31 AM

    Firstly, congratulations on getting to 1000 posts. Always a significant moment. I remember getting to that point myself and mentioning how I felt I’d managed to get to 999 posts without really saying anything meaningful at all – I then clicked on submit and, hey presto.I’d moved onto 1000 posts without really saying anything.

    Yeah, I felt warm and fuzzy inside, initially after reading about your memory of the watch, and how it was broken, and that you still remember that memory as being one of your happiest. And this fuzziness carried through to your other memories (including the bit where you actually enjoyed getting caned??? Has this carried through into adult life, I wonder. I mean, are you partial to a bit of S & M?Huh?). But, in general, you reminded me that it can be the small things in life that we cherish, and these can live with us forever.


    ChinaDoll (hope you’re good btw) and Abood: that all sounds so cute also. Sounds like a lovely day out and I’m officially jealous of the burger-bond that you guys now share. Well done in meeting up, and in making it such a memorable day. If only Leeds were a bit closer to London than Montreal is, I’d have joined you guys also.

    Hi
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #67 - June 21, 2012, 10:36 AM

    Firstly, congratulations on getting to 1000 posts. Always a significant moment. I remember getting to that point myself and mentioning how I felt I’d managed to get to 999 posts without really saying anything meaningful at all – I then clicked on submit and, hey presto….I’d moved onto 1000 posts without really saying anything.

    Yeah, I felt warm and fuzzy inside, initially after reading about your memory of the watch, and how it was broken, and that you still remember that memory as being one of your happiest. And this fuzziness carried through to your other memories (including the bit where you actually enjoyed getting caned??? Has this carried through into adult life, I wonder. I mean, are you partial to a bit of S & M?Huh?). But, in general, you reminded me that it can be the small things in life that we cherish, and these can live with us forever.


    ChinaDoll (hope you’re good btw) and Abood: that all sounds so cute also. Sounds like a lovely day out and I’m officially jealous of the burger-bond that you guys now share. Well done in meeting up, and in making it such a memorable day. If only Leeds were a bit closer to London than Montreal is, I’d have joined you guys also.

    Hi
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #68 - June 21, 2012, 10:58 AM

    i guess the happiest were when my two kids were born. the birth of my second child was actually somewhat eventful. my wife's waters broke a week or so before the due date. she called me at work straight away but didn't want to go to the hospital until I got home. So I rushed home as quick as I could and when I got home I realised she was getting quite close (the second labour is always quick compared to the first). I called the ambulance and had never been so scared in my whole life! The ambulance arrived quickly. We live in a small village/town in cambridgeshire and our hospital was in cambridge. half way through the journey on the dual carriageway my wife screamed that he was coming, the paramedic took a look and shouted to the driver to pull over. Eesa was born right there in the ambulance. The paramedic laid him on my my wife's tummy and he looked beautiful. My wife and I looked into each others eyes and kissed and we knew then we'd be the happiest family ever, no matter what. A couple of cop cars then spotted us and pulled over. They asked the paramedic if we wanted an escort to the hospital, he said yes - so we had flashing blue and sirens ahead and behind us the rest of the way to the hospital.




    ''we are morally and philisophically in the best position to win the league'' - Arsene Wenger
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #69 - June 21, 2012, 01:36 PM

    Wow, this is a beautiful thread. Such amazing moments for you all. I'm particularly impressed by musivore and billy's stories. Sadly, I don't really have similar stories to tell. I've had many happy moments, but the way my mind works has changed to such a degree, I'm not sure I consider those moments to be "good" any more.

    One that does come to mind though is leaving Islam.

    Like harakaat, I had those same first thoughts:

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    - Wow, I'm free to make my own thoughts and ideas! Not just rationalizations!
    - Wow, I actually DON'T know what life is all about! Now I can start figuring it out!


    Though, because I had already been emotionally conditioned quite thoroughly, the thought of wanton hedonistic indulgence hadn't really crossed my mind. Rather, I felt that I could finally follow my conscience instead of some shitty holy book. I wasn't taught that things like rape, murder and stealing were bad, anyhow.

    I can say though, that for the next few days, I actually felt high. I felt something that I thought was only described by people that had accepted Islam, not vice versa.

    I used to be powerful, then I started blogging.
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #70 - June 21, 2012, 02:24 PM

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    Firstly, congratulations on getting to 1000 posts. Always a significant moment. I remember getting to that point myself and mentioning how I felt I’d managed to get to 999 posts without really saying anything meaningful at all – I then clicked on submit and, hey presto.I’d moved onto 1000 posts without really saying anything.

     

    Hmm yeah.. now that I looked back it really is a non contributing situation for me, my post, mostly a crappy one, games, emotional ect ...

    bwah!  no care, people here  are much smarter than me anyway, I'm here to live even if it's a pathetic life, it's my only.

    Anyway thank you for congratulating, I remind myself of it but forgotten myself.

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    Yeah, I felt warm and fuzzy inside, initially after reading about your memory of the watch, and how it was broken, and that you still remember that memory as being one of your happiest. And this fuzziness carried through to your other memories (including the bit where you actually enjoyed getting caned??? Has this carried through into adult life, I wonder. I mean, are you partial to a bit of S & M?). But, in general, you reminded me that it can be the small things in life that we cherish, and these can live with us forever.


    Silly, of course not, wait ? is it that way how I perceived my live ? I think I'm not ...

    Specifically  as for that part of getting caned in public, it's a group of mischief maker, not a loner getting caned, it wasn't that bad with friend.

    Getting through the worst, thick and thin, that sorta things, I'm happy because if one of us get caught the others will stay put, surrendered, receiving the same fate, you got to think how your friend feel, the one that got caught, alone, terrified,  it's a senior advice.
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #71 - June 21, 2012, 09:43 PM

    Hey paranoid, you're way too hard on yourself. Try and be a bit more positive? I'm new to you and your posts, but already you've got my attention, so you can't be all bad. Plus you've already put a simile on my face with some of your memories, so thanks for that Smiley

    One final piece of advice bro: just because you're 'paranoid', doesn't mean they're not out to get you....

    Hi
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #72 - June 21, 2012, 09:52 PM

    Wow, this is a beautiful thread. Such amazing moments for you all. I'm particularly impressed by musivore and billy's stories. Sadly, I don't really have similar stories to tell. I've had many happy moments, but the way my mind works has changed to such a degree, I'm not sure I consider those moments to be "good" any more.

    One that does come to mind though is leaving Islam.

    Like harakaat, I had those same first thoughts:

    Though, because I had already been emotionally conditioned quite thoroughly, the thought of wanton hedonistic indulgence hadn't really crossed my mind. Rather, I felt that I could finally follow my conscience instead of some shitty holy book. I wasn't taught that things like rape, murder and stealing were bad, anyhow.

    I can say though, that for the next few days, I actually felt high. I felt something that I thought was only described by people that had accepted Islam, not vice versa.


    Hi
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #73 - June 21, 2012, 09:56 PM

    Hey Inertia, I wrote quite a bit in response to this, but lost my internet connection at the wrong moment :(

    To summarise, I think I said that your reason is as good as any to be happy. Plus more, but it would kill me to type that crap out again.

    Oh, and a belated welcome to the forum...cool avatar mate
     Afro

    Hi
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #74 - June 21, 2012, 09:58 PM

    i guess the happiest were when my two kids were born. the birth of my second child was actually somewhat eventful. my wife's waters broke a week or so before the due date. she called me at work straight away but didn't want to go to the hospital until I got home. So I rushed home as quick as I could and when I got home I realised she was getting quite close (the second labour is always quick compared to the first). I called the ambulance and had never been so scared in my whole life! The ambulance arrived quickly. We live in a small village/town in cambridgeshire and our hospital was in cambridge. half way through the journey on the dual carriageway my wife screamed that he was coming, the paramedic took a look and shouted to the driver to pull over. Eesa was born right there in the ambulance. The paramedic laid him on my my wife's tummy and he looked beautiful. My wife and I looked into each others eyes and kissed and we knew then we'd be the happiest family ever, no matter what. A couple of cop cars then spotted us and pulled over. They asked the paramedic if we wanted an escort to the hospital, he said yes - so we had flashing blue and sirens ahead and behind us the rest of the way to the hospital.



    Hey Abugunner, hope you're good.

    Easa came in style Smiley

    Hi
  • Re: Happiest moments of your life
     Reply #75 - June 22, 2012, 04:57 AM

    Hey paranoid, you're way too hard on yourself. Try and be a bit more positive? I'm new to you and your posts, but already you've got my attention, so you can't be all bad. Plus you've already put a simile on my face with some of your memories, so thanks for that Smiley

    One final piece of advice bro: just because you're 'paranoid', doesn't mean they're not out to get you....

    why thank you for your kind word and sound advice Wink
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