EddieColeslaw

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    I'm impressed. Rez, will you cook my dinner from now on? :D

     

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    My very first poached egg, with ramen and red miso soup (I prefer white miso, but now there's a huge package of red miso in my fridge, so...).

     

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    Sriracha fried somen with vegetarian gyoza. (I clearly eat out of the pot.)


  3. The idea of complete individualism is impossible. Every time you communicate with another, you're always forming a new self based on the residue of what you have learned.

     

    It's like the Palahniuk quote:

     

    Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I've ever known.

  4. I was voted "Individual of the Year" in my last year of secondary school. Mainly because I hated/didn't talk much to everyone and tried to dress like people in the magazine FRUiTS.

     

    Being an individual comes down to attitude, I think. Not blindly doing what everyone else is doing would be a start. Following on from that, idk. I don't think individuality and being unique are the same thing? IDK


  5. How about I grab my bag pack and let's go on the open road to the Silicon Prairie?

     

    I think patience is key for whatever is troubling you. I bet that you'll be leaving sooner than you think, so make whatever you can of Dublin (and let's see a movie :3 ) [\vague advice, sorry =__=]

     

    ~ ~ ~

     

    Just back to college, it's sorta lovely to be back but I've become so lazy and complacent with just lying all day with my friends that the work load depresses me. It's so silly that studying languages forces you to take modules based around uninteresting literature / culture. I usually love that stuff but the teaching execution makes me wanna die.

     

    :heart:

     

    Sorry to know that the teaching is bad...I've had some bad teachers in secondary school, including one who constantly smelled of cigarettes and alcohol, and another who was so bad at teaching maths we were constantly staying behind after school. It's a bloody shame for people who actually want to learn. You look forward to Vienna (hopefully) :)


  6. Oh my god. Why am I still here? Oh yeah, because I have a really good job and I'm getting excellent experience with it. As soon as I have enough, I am moving the heck out of here and seeing my family as scarcely as possible. idk, N-E. Should I just move and start anew? I have an M.Sc in Computer Science and I will be moving to the Silicon Prairie (yes, that is a thing).


  7. Get your ass to 中国 where massages cost as little as £5 for an hour.

     

    Have a blind lady does my head, and it's magic. £8 for an hour of the pain going away.

     

    But the flight costs 6215 yuan :(

     

    iirc about the same rate in Thailand, but I was a child when I was there and had to entertain myself by taking requests for drawings from the masseuses.


  8. I agree with Raining Again that corrective postural exercise is probably a better long term solution.

     

    A hunched sitting posture usually leads to weak upper back muscles and rounded shoulders.

     

    Something like this should help pin your shoulders back.

     

    http://www.ergotrading.net/officeathlete/ergonomics/Nine_Stretches_and_Alternative_Instructions/UpperBackStretch.htmhttp://www.ergotrading.net/officeathlete/ergonomics/Nine_Stretches_and_Alternative_Instructions/UpperBackStretch.htm

     

    If you search office desk stretches online you'll probably find loads of other exercises and stretches you can try. Might be worth stretching your hips too if you're sitting a lot.

     

    Thanks for the links, I will be stretching my upper back like a mofo :) And Raining, too!


  9. I don't really like the idea of a massage. I've never had one, but I highly doubt I'd like it.

     

    At work we have a masseus/masseur come in. I think it's ~£15 for 20 minutes. Might be wrong though.

     

    I don't think you should feel bad about spending money on yourself. It's your money after all (well I'm assuming it is). 79EUR is a lot of money though.

     

    I used to feel the same, but I just need to chill these days. Also I'm not a broke student anymore!

     

    We have that at work too, €8 for 15/20mins, they come in monthly! But I'm never free at that time :(

     

    Sounds like you need a sports massage (to fix muscle problems) rather than a swedish one (to relax).

     

    Got one about 2 months ago and was £35 for 30 minutes or £60 for 60. Does sounds/feel like a lot but worth it if it helps, plus these people have got to make money somehow :heh:

     

    I have an abstract obsession with Sweden, which explains my choice :blush: I'll ask my friend who's an athlete, and has gotten sports massages before.

     

    Haha, spending money, helping the economy :)


  10. I would love a physical collection if I had my own place, but I've been shuffling to and from different places as a student, and hoping to move to the US soon, so...idk, I have a weird attitude about physical objects. I would buy like...2 CDs a year, and I have a collection of physical media of my favourite band, the GazettE (CDs, DVDs, tour goods, magazines).

     

    Streaming is just so convenient, no need to even open a DVD case or track the thing down in the first place (I also have awkward/obscure taste). So for now, I prefer that.


  11. So my shoulders have been aching lately, because I have terrible posture and the temporary desks at work (I'm in an overflow room because my usual floor is too full) aren't helping, because they have crappy chairs and desks. Also I am working on a >100-page document.

     

    I was contemplating getting a massage a) to possibly fix my back and shoulders, and b) because I've never gotten one before.

     

    A Swedish massage is €79 for 60 minutes. Am I the only who thinks that it is possibly too much to spend on myself for a purely...selfish reason? But then, I have some strange problem with spending money, I get buyer's guilt by thinking about buying things.

     

    Has anyone gotten a massage before (any of the many types, though I don't want to hear about any "happy endings")? Was it worth it? More importantly, should I get one? :D