Well I did have an expensive meal I didn't have to pay for, but that's about it. I'm a loner, what can I say? Pizza sounds good, but I don't eat sweets of any kind except fruit, no candy, soda, ice cream or anything. Every now and then I buy myself an expensive ~80% cocoa organic chocolate bar with those little bits of solid sea-salt in it, but that's all and it lasts awhile. Though I can say I've stocked candy, expensive and cheap, in all my stashes, in case I have others with me. I do drink tea and some of those combinations are sweet, but not sugar-based sweet.Felix wrote: ↑Sun Nov 06, 2022 7:17 pmI do think Birthdays are special. I stopped having any sort of Birthday party many many years ago.SeeD_Command wrote: ↑Sat Nov 05, 2022 10:13 pm
Thank you Felix and foundaname and pierre! I appreciate it, though to be honest, I don't celebrate my birthday or any other days or holidays to be honest. As I woke up these celebrations became increasingly meaningless to me. The only thing I celebrate now is accomplishment.
I celebrate in my own way, but keep it pretty simple. Like pizza and ice cream.
Next year my birthday falls on the first day of Anarchapulco...I already felt like I was supposed to go,
But that's a sign from the universe I am not going to ignore
I'm happy for you about Anarchapulco and envious!
I went to Anarchadelphia and it was great, so much fun and such a relief to be around like minded people and a lot of good looking ladies, real ladies. The general feeling and energy of being around those people is indescribable and something I miss. It was an amazing feeling to walk from Galdo's (the venue) through FDR park to watch the skateboard competition near the Naval Yard with a massive group of people, including Max, and we by FAR outnumbered and were more unified than any other group in this massive park. I long to have that feeling of belonging again in person.