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Describe your day

How do you pass the hours?

by Anonymousreply 35Last Wednesday at 2:43 AM

Copious amounts of pot, silly.

by Anonymousreply 104/07/2021

Work sleep eat Datalounge. Repeat. Yes I’m pathetic.

by Anonymousreply 204/07/2021

I live in a Unesco World Heritage city of about 350,000 residents. We are under full lockdown, as the vaccine roll-out has been slow. However, we are allowed out for exercise and essential activities, and the police seldom harass people. I set myself unnecessary tasks, such as walking to a supermarket or historic church an hour away just to fill in the time and get some exercise and fresh air. Much of the usual smog has gone. Apart from that, I surf the net and go out for gelato, which thankfully is still possible.

by Anonymousreply 304/07/2021

Sob uncontrollably over the suicide of the love of my life, work, Datalounge.

by Anonymousreply 404/07/2021

Am a night owl, so breakfast is mid-morning. Read the news, answer emails. Shop for groceries and lunch. Do some work. Maybe a nap if drowsy. Surf the net, or read a book. Dinner. Go for a walk and swim. Sex. Do some work or read. Sleep. Rinse, repeat.

by Anonymousreply 504/07/2021

R4 I'm sorry for your loss.

by Anonymousreply 604/07/2021

R5 When you say “sex” do you mean with yourself, a partner, an escort, a dating app hookup or what?

by Anonymousreply 704/07/2021

Changed the oil and filter on my partners car and mine

Swam 2.5 km laps while listening to Cannibal Corpse

Went to bath house spent a couple of hours with a lovely 150 pound 6'2 eldergay, I'll be back for more! He was 64 but genuinely looked a lot younger

Drove home, cleared some crap out of the garage as the rubbish is being picked up tommorrow. Was gonna go for a bike ride but ran out of time and it got dark early

Dinner with friends

A few minutes on Datalounge

by Anonymousreply 804/08/2021

150 lbs.and 6'2"?? I think he has The Big A, OP.

by Anonymousreply 904/08/2021

Nope, he's just thin.

by Anonymousreply 1004/08/2021

R10 Ewww! Was it like fucking a skeleton?

by Anonymousreply 1104/08/2021

R8 Does your partner know you whore around at bath houses?🧐

by Anonymousreply 1204/08/2021

R12 yes, we have an open relationship, we sometime go together

by Anonymousreply 1304/08/2021

R11 If I guessed his height and weight right (not likely) thats a BMI of 19.3, which is within normal range. Thin, but not a skeleton.

I suspect that the sheer number of 3-400 lb whales around has distorted people's perceptions of what is a normal weight

by Anonymousreply 1404/08/2021

I work.

by Anonymousreply 1504/08/2021

I lost my job about five months ago. I sleep an inordinate amount. There's nothing to get up and do aside from house work. I walk the dog five times a day, so I get up and out. I'm depressed and have lost all motivation to do anything. I'm bored. I've gained a ton of weight. Probably been the worst 18 months of my life and that's really saying something.

by Anonymousreply 1604/08/2021

I work. I'm an adult.

by Anonymousreply 1704/08/2021

I pass the hours by passing gas.

by Anonymousreply 1804/08/2021

Eating my boyfriend s asshole. Now my face stinks.

by Anonymousreply 1904/08/2021

Sleeping inside my coffin like any respectable vampire, in the hidden space underneath your house, bitch?!!

by Anonymousreply 2004/08/2021

I work from home, I couldn't face work today so I lay down on my bed and looked at streaming sites online. I went out and got a haircut then went to McDonalds and got a burger and fries. Back at home I ate my McDonalds meal and checked emails. I was still feeling blah so I lay down on my bed and looked at stuff online. I fell asleep and woke up and made fish soup for supper, I used rice instead of potatoes because I discovered that I had no potatoes. The soup was really good, I will use rice instead of potatoes from now on. I cleaned up the mess from cooking and lay down on my bed, looked at internet stuff, got obsessed with a $2000.00 Saint Laurent sweater. I decided that I can live without the sweater because it was way too expensive for what it was. I included the link to the YSL sweater, maybe you can give me your opinion. I'm now laying in my bed under the covers looking at stuff online. I will take my night pills soon and pass out then wake up to pee and go back online. I usually fall asleep an hour before I have to wake up and then struggle to get out of bed. Tomorrow I will do the work that I avoided today.

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by Anonymousreply 2104/08/2021

My friend has to put his 5 month old puppy down. He bought it from someone who didn't tell him the puppy had distemper. The puppy is now in the neurological phase of the disease, and its progressing fast. Ive been crying all day.

by Anonymousreply 2204/08/2021

That's so awful, R22. I'm so sorry for your friend's loss.

by Anonymousreply 2304/08/2021

I'm sorry R21 but that sweater is completely and utterly hideous. If you have that kind of money to spend on a sweater, why not take half of that money and donate it to a worthy cause? The reward from doing so will be far greater than any compliment you might receive on that YSL sweater.

by Anonymousreply 2404/08/2021

whut r24 said, that sweater is HIDJUS!

by Anonymousreply 2504/08/2021

You must buy the sweater IMMEDIATELY. It will make you look expensively poor. And nothing is sexier than the melancholy aura of lost wealth!

by Anonymousreply 2604/08/2021

R21 - that was fabulous! Your choice of words matched the rhythm of the pointless days we all live. Good inclusion of details - the rice rather than potato choice was a particularly well chosen exemplar of the banality of every day life. Almost poetic.

by Anonymousreply 2704/08/2021

PsA in my hand joints hurt so bad last night it felt as though my hand were being crushed. I’m relaxing today. Watching the George Floyd trial on Court TV.

by Anonymousreply 2804/09/2021

R21's sweater is hideous, and he sounds deeply depressed.

Can someone check on R21? I'm worried about him.

by Anonymousreply 2904/12/2021

research of the highest regards because I am adulting

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by Anonymousreply 3004/12/2021

How lovely it is to sit and do nothing.

by Anonymousreply 31Last Wednesday at 12:51 AM

Great sweater!

by Anonymousreply 32Last Wednesday at 1:08 AM

Early bird here. Up at 6, toddle out to the veggie garden check for weeds and pests. Make coffee, read papers online, make breakfast around 10ish. Work a bit online. Walk the beach for an hour or so with the dog. Mad about garden centres, hardware stores and lighting shops...afternoon filled in!!! Home for drinks @ 5, partner home too so we prepare dinner together. Not big TV viewers, but the night seems to go quickly. Reading in bed by 10...heaven.

by Anonymousreply 33Last Wednesday at 1:34 AM

Up at 6.30am to feed cat and pee. Then read news online till 7.30am. Shower, coffee, turn on laptop. 8.00am. Pretend to work while checking favourite websites (DL, NYT Cooking, Realestate.com, AVClub). Start working at 9.00am. Lunch at midday. Work till 4pm. Shop for dinner, go for walk. Eat at 7.30pm. Watch tv, read or talk with friends. Bed at 10pm. Wank. Sleep.

Repeat.

by Anonymousreply 34Last Wednesday at 1:57 AM

I'm generally up by 5am. I make breakfast and watch 'highway Patrol' & 2 episodes of 'Dragnet' while i peruse the internet. At daybreak I have a shower. Then I go out to get the daily paper (yes I'm old and I can't stand internet versions of newspapers). Make up the bed and check if there's enough laundry to run the washer. Then I go out and walk the property (1 1/4 acres) and pick up any debris that fell during the night (small tree branches, pine cones) and do any general lawn maintenance as needed. If any shopping is needed I leave at 9am and head to the stores. I always shop as early as possible to avoid the crowds, and the diseased. This is a summer house and it's a 15 minute drive to civilization so trips out to shop are usually planned, not impromptu. I putter around until lunchtime straightening anything up as need be. I have 3 cats and they love to redecorate during the night. After lunch between 12:30-1:00pm I put my feet up sink into my daily deep nap that usually lasts 1 1/2 to 2 hours. At my age this is the most important thing i do every day. After waking from my nap I read a book on the tablet until around 4:30 when I start dinner. From 5 to 6 I have dinner while watching 2 episodes of 'Adam 12'. The rest of the evening is doing whatever comes to mind, which usually means more reading, watching TV, playing with the kitties, tinkering on the tablet (I enjoy doing computer jigsaw puzzles, word games, & image paint puzzles) until bedtime at around 10:00pm.

It's a quite boring life and that's just the way I like it. I'm hoping the lack of tension will help extend my life. I've seen far too many old friends my age drop dead from heart attacks and strokes because they refused to get away from all the stress of their lives, even when they had the means to do so. But it's only for about 5-6 months then I return to life in the city. Except the pandemic put everything into turmoil. I fled the city when things really went to hell and haven't been back in a year now. But now that I'm fully vaccinated I'll be going back home in the fall.

I would think the only thing more boring than my life is reading all this blather.

by Anonymousreply 35Last Wednesday at 2:43 AM
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