This is exactly what I was wondering today as I was walking down the rainy streets. It is indeed a tricky business making a transition from the grey area. Or maybe having that grey area in the first place is not the best circumstance for defining the relationship status.
I told myself, however, that if I ever meet someone I really really really x 1000 like, then I’ll say without any diffidence “I wanna be ur gf.” then the ideal response would be “okay” and then i’ll ask “do u wanna be my bf?” and then he’ll say “okay” and then we’ll both say “cool” and this whole dialogue will take like two seconds and it will just be really simple as that and nothing will change the way things are, except that he and I will know from there on that we are for each other and nobody else, which is one of the most compelling feelings u get from being in a healthy monogamous relationship, granted, of course, ur not dating a slutty psycho or a selfish douchebag.
Thanx Krack for putting those questions into words. And for the G+ invite, another bittersweet tech enslaver, but without myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare, flickr, tumblr, google+, or any of those stupid social networks, I would’ve never been able to maintain my friendship w u my dear hollywood fella. so kudos.
p.s. it’s not so strange that I think of u and ur crew whenever i watch Swingers, is it?
I would never do my grocery shopping inside a subway station. The smells? The rats? The slime? Gross. But what about a virtual supermarket where you scan QR codes of items and have it delivered to you by the end of the day? They have that kind of virtual supermarket in a South Korea subway station…
Choose rice. Choose a Hagwon. Choose no career. Choose a co-teacher. Choose a big f**king severance pay. Choose smartphones, orange taxis, DSLRs and T-money cards. Choose bad health, alcoholism and $50 AIDS tests. Choose a pension scheme. Choose an officetel. Choose stupid English names for your kids. Choose a Korean girlfriend who’s far too hot for you. Choose Cass Red and wondering who the f**k you are on a Sunday afternoon. Choose lying on that floor mat reading mind numbing, spirit crushing posts on Daves ESL cafe stuffing ramen into your mouth. Choose flying home at the end of it all, pissing your last in a miserable call centre, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, f**ked up brats you used to teach everyday.
This is a link to my friend Max’s company Sinbad Adventure Co. He offers a variety of outdoor activities and trips that are very unique. Last year, he took a group of skiers to Mt. Baekdoo in North Korea, which is the highest mountain in the Korean peninsula. If you’re in Korea and you want some outdoor fun, click on the link and check it out!
while they were visiting Korea briefly. Mark, I and someone else whose name I forget took them to Namdaemun. A really chill couple. I think she was from Taiwan and Kevin’s from the states. Very nice people who were cruising by the city. Little did I know back then they were partners in crime trotting the globe with no end in sight! How they fund their endless trips and how they NEVER get tired of traveling is beyond me. but i suppose it’s not what’s important. Go look at their streams and their amazing pictures and experience the world vicariously. but more importantly u’ll also feel how close they are and the passion and energy for life they intimately share. truly truly awesome love. can’t say I’m not jealous at all. :)