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    wierd things you find therapeutic

    dont know about any one else but i find putting a stack of paper through the paper shredder at work quite relaxing another thing is stinky rubbish trucks or going to the dump makes me hungry wierd or what

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    Yep

    That's weird

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    The rubbish truck?? Yeah maybe a little weird bro.. Whipping masking tape and plastic off after spraying, or knocking something free from a moulding is pretty cool for me, so is blowing shit up and the feeling when you first get to the bottom of the anchor rope and wait for your mates on a dive. All magic feelings to a degree

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    Taking my time setting up a camp the way I like it for some time in the hills and glassing for animals are therapeutic for me. Not that weird I know.

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    Popping bubble wrap is not only therapeutic but fun as well.
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    Reloading, sleeping in a moving vehicle, turning the shower up slowly untill it's so hot its on the cusp of being too hot, then turning it back down again - that's my strange one

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    I hope this doesnt sound cheesy but bush stalking in really nice open bush is my meditation. All of your senses focused on one thing, for long periods of time. No thoughts of work, or outside life. only the wind direction, the sound of your footsteps, continuously assessing yourself in relation to your environment. I find when the pace of my mind slows to match that of the environment I am in, I am more successful. I find when I can't settle my mind whlist stalking I tend to rush and not be as focused, much like meditation. I'll stop there as this is bordering on spirituality haha. But at least I don't like sniffing rubbish trucks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointer View Post
    I hope this doesnt sound cheesy but bush stalking in really nice open bush is my meditation. All of your senses focused on one thing, for long periods of time. No thoughts of work, or outside life. only the wind direction, the sound of your footsteps, continuously assessing yourself in relation to your environment. I find when the pace of my mind slows to match that of the environment I am in, I am more successful. I find when I can't settle my mind whlist stalking I tend to rush and not be as focused, much like meditation. I'll stop there as this is bordering on spirituality haha. But at least I don't like sniffing rubbish trucks
    So opposed to sniffing rubbish trucks but quite willing to eat mouse shit.......we are a strange race
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    Only once don't knock it until you've tried it
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    Gibo thought yours was sniffing dirty frillys? I think I'd better leave you guys are scaring the shit out of me! I just love to sleep, weird huh
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointer View Post
    Only once don't knock it until you've tried it
    That makes no sense, don't knock it suggests it was good, but you are only game to do it once....I will make a translation and stay clear of Bens salamis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Gibo thought yours was sniffing dirty frillys? I think I'd better leave you guys are scaring the shit out of me! I just love to sleep, weird huh
    There is actually a market for dirty frillys mate, I have had plenty of requests from @BRADS
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    Only once so far, I never said anywhere that I wouldn't do it again? And there's nothing wrong with Bens salamis, ask him
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    There is actually a market for dirty frillys mate, I have had plenty of requests from @BRADS
    Big ones for his pet sheep?
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

 

 

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