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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Is it curling?
    Nope :-)

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    Default Something interesting...

    This is a very interesting thread ☺️

    I don't have anything super interesting. About as interesting as I get is I have two aunties younger than me, one by 10 years, but I've never met them! (Mums Dad had additional kids, she hasn't talked to him since she was 15)

    And I guess, my work involves researching targets for new drugs. I could help develop a drug that may one day save your lives 😝 that's kinda cool

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    I'm not sure if this is interesting but here goes. I love Africa always have since I was a teen, I am so lucky to have married DH who is South African! It was my goal to visit Africa by the time I was 30. And I made it! I actually spent my 30th in the Okavango delta in Botswana and it was magical DH organized a surprise private dinner at the camp we were staying in, I'll never ever forget it
    I have been to 5 African countries so far:
    Namibia (my favourite)
    Botswana
    South Africa (DH home)
    Zambia
    Rwanda
    Can't wait for next visit but at this stage don't think we'll go back til DD is at least 3-4 years old. Can't wait to show her where DH grew up, he misses home so much.

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    Great thread!!

    I don't know that I have anything particularly interesting about myself.

    I've developed an allergy to fish, and my family keeps forgetting, because I grew up eating fish regularly.

    My great great great grandfather owned the first iron foundry in Australia.

    I sometimes have dreams that come true.

    Does any of that count?

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    I'm really enjoying this thread! As for me, I'm trying to think of something! I'm so boring and average!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I'm not sure if this is interesting but here goes. I love Africa always have since I was a teen, I am so lucky to have married DH who is South African! It was my goal to visit Africa by the time I was 30. And I made it! I actually spent my 30th in the Okavango delta in Botswana and it was magical DH organized a surprise private dinner at the camp we were staying in, I'll never ever forget it
    I have been to 5 African countries so far:
    Namibia (my favourite)
    Botswana
    South Africa (DH home)
    Zambia
    Rwanda
    Can't wait for next visit but at this stage don't think we'll go back til DD is at least 3-4 years old. Can't wait to show her where DH grew up, he misses home so much.
    I used to live in Namibia - it is a beautiful place

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    Love this thread. In reality im such a moody cow. Everyone thinks im cheerful all the time, Lol absolutely not. Nothing much interesting bout me really, I don't like people generally, they just annoy me, i prefer my own company. God how sad. Lol. Other than that, my sister in law went to school with Miranda Kerr.

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    I have a drawer full of photographs of my flat mate piercing his friends p.enis. We were a bdsm household too.

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    Some of these stories are very interesting. Other are quite funny.

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    Default Something interesting...

    My siblings (older - one sister and brother) are adopted as my mum was infertile. I was a big, fat surprise baby when she was 39. Unheard of to have your first kid at 39 in 1977. She said she was like a freak-exhibit at the hospital (in a good way).

    My great, great uncle is/was (as he's clearly no longer with us) Steele Rudd (famous Australian author).


 

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