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
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)
South Africa (DH home)
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 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?
I'm really enjoying this thread! As for me, I'm trying to think of something! I'm so boring and average!
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.
I have a drawer full of photographs of my flat mate piercing his friends p.enis. We were a bdsm household too.
Some of these stories are very interesting. Other are quite funny.
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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