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Should I really move back to HK? It's so lonely, no?

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    Seeking an external answer for an internal question is not the best solution.


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    AHHHHHHHHH you broing all farts living in the New Territories...let her have fun!!!!

    She is 26 - who didn't drink and party at 26, who didn't wake up the next day not remembering a thing,

    OP, you ar 26 - come and have fun. Work hard, play hard BUT never forget what you really really want and a few years down the line be ready to give it all and settle for what you really wanted, a family etc etc.

    Be careful about the transition, that's the hard part...many people forget the transition and keep that lifestyle well into their late 30ies...but eventually they do get a partner, marry etc etc.

    Worse life? better life?

    Who the fuck are we to judge. really.

    [PS; some on here should have a little more fun sometimes, would make them more relaxed ]


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat:
    AHHHHHHHHH you broing all farts living in the New Territories...let her have fun!!!!

    She is 26 - who didn't drink and party at 26, who didn't wake up the next day not remembering a thing,

    OP, you ar 26 - come and have fun. Work hard, play hard BUT never forget what you really really want and a few years down the line be ready to give it all and settle for what you really wanted, a family etc etc.

    Be careful about the transition, that's the hard part...many people forget the transition and keep that lifestyle well into their late 30ies...but eventually they do get a partner, marry etc etc.

    Worse life? better life?

    Who the fuck are we to judge. really.

    [PS; some on here should have a little more fun sometimes, would make them more relaxed ]
    I think she is bored with so called 'fun' lifestyle being single in HK hence why she has mentioned drinking in soho

    Living in the New Territories is always that boring as well

    i wonder has she actually tried exciting pastimes /activities such as hiking, boat cruises, festivals ( especially as she is in UK)

    BTW, can't really call me boring cos I have done crowd surfing ( as well as been on the mosh pit) a few times which was awesome ( how many of us has done that) and it kills any club night in LKF anyday

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    Quote Originally Posted by imparanoic:
    I think she is bored with so called 'fun' lifestyle being single in HK hence why she has mentioned drinking in soho

    Living in the New Territories is always that boring as well

    i wonder has she actually tried exciting pastimes /activities such as hiking, boat cruises, festivals ( especially as she is in UK)

    BTW, can't really call me boring cos I have done crowd surfing ( as well as been on the mosh pit) a few times which was awesome ( how many of us has done that) and it kills any club night in LKF anyday
    Done

    Awesome indeed.

    Re LKF depends, if you bring home a hot girl (or two) ....can easily trump the mosh pit

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    I never did that crap even when I was young. Neither did my husband. People are different!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat:
    Done

    Awesome indeed.

    Re LKF depends, if you bring home a hot girl (or two) ....can easily trump the mosh pit
    OK, every time i have been in HK, i have been always been attached

    however, bring a bird to a mosh pit is even better than pulling a bird in LKF!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK_Katherine:
    I never did that crap even when I was young. Neither did my husband. People are different!
    well, times were very civilized then, even Elvis music regarded a devil's music by conservative church goers then ( i would how they react to see Marilyn Monroe or Cradle of Filth, BTW, not my cuppa of tea)

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    I think HK is very easy to meet a partner. There are lots of choices. Yes it requires work but can be done.

    Isn't UK boring too?

    There is a lot more to HK than LKF and Robinson Road. So venture out and check things out. I practically stopped drinking after I moved here, albeit the occasional events.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HK_Katherine:
    I never did that crap even when I was young. Neither did my husband. People are different!
    Why is it "crap"?

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    fall in love with some "interests to do" first.


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