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And what do you think will have changed about your life?
oh, everything. please.
chin up JJ.
pissing about on the internet, much like I am now.
Or married with 2 kids. One of the two.
well hopefully i will be finishing my year off in Sandhurst, looking forward to a nice long career as an officer.....oooh also with a partner who will eventually be my wife and baby maker.
but I wouldn't worry. You've got five years to figure it out.
i am going to go to sandhurst and i do want to have met someone, if i haven't then tough shit to me, but i would have liked to.
which, as well as being an 'orrible phrase, betrays an attitude to women and their role that you'd probably do well to lose. It's your life, though.
I don't actually have that attitude towards woman.
maybe a slightly better computer screen, the things I should be doing slightly more boring.
10 years from now, either one of the most critically and commercially succesful bands of all time, or one of the best "underground" bands of all time.
15 years from now, depending on the circumstances, ill be either dead or a heroin addict, hopefully.
a lot of it will depend on the life decisions that I make in the next year. It's quite scary and quite exciting. I hope I'm feeling as positive in 5 years time as I am now, anyway, and that I still have all my friends and have made loads of new ones too.
I'll be the same. But March 10th will have started to be referred to as Christmas In Spring.
Also, won't there be a festival overload at that time of year, what with Easter already being the preeminent springtime celebration?
doing job that interests me, with someone I love; yeah, that's about it. I don't think these expectations are too unreasonable.
Not really. But I will probably be useless/crazy..
I have no expectations - not in a negative way, it's just that I don't really plan for the future - so I could be anywhere on the planet, doing all manner of things, depending what comes up. If someone asked me to move to Canada and start a new job tomorrow I'd probably say yes. As long as I'm still alive in five years' time I think I'll be happy enough.
and loving it
failing every educational course i try to get on to and failing in every relationship.
and no, i don't think that's where i'll be but i'm fucking pissed off.
Chin up Shplums.
flying around in my chauffeur driven, time-traveling limo, equipped with the death ray and the Huge Gold AK-47. Or something. I dunno.
We just have to keep praying for someone to invent that wish machine.
Probably married, own house, probably not children, but still trying to live a reasonably exciting life. And I'll own all five James Morrison albums. Probably.
if I've bored everyone into submission
We are not going to submit to you.
fade you out, into a kind of hazy background noise.
you could be marrying me
lord of war perhaps?
When asked this in my first job I said
"probably dead from working here"
When asked this in my last job I said
"I'd rather be dead than still be here"
Hopefully I'll still be alive having a laugh and that, eating nice food, telling punk ass kids to get the fuck off my lawn.
a) living in Brighton or York or somewhere abroad or Durham, but not London.
b) richer for the experiences of the last 5 years.
c) published a bit more than I am now, hopefully.
d) well-established in a library job somewhere.
e) STILL unable to hold down a decent relationship for more than 3 months.
f) much fatter than I am now, probably, worse luck.
I hate this question, I am getting asked it at every uni interview at the minute, and my answer can only be... 'I don't know, that's why I'm coming to uni'.
Surely that makes sense?
shootings there in the last two weeks.
only fools & horses was set. south london ahoy!
walk from Peckham. I quite like it.
in london doing a more interesting job, and going to far more gigs than the pitiful amount i get to at the moment.
See, this is funny, because it rhymes, and causes offence to you even though i love you dearly.
I don't plan on living that long. I'll probably dash the cup to the ground when I'm 30, or something. Maybe I'll become an alcoholic first.
qualified architect. hopefully in london or manchester.
No idea. Five years ago, I had no idea I'd be in London and working for a dental magazine. So, I'm not gonna try and predict what will happen. Hopefully it'll involve a bevy of beautiful women and some cider though.
It's good for a young lad to have ambitions.
to envisage where I'll be in 1 or 5 or 10 years time. I don't really plan things like that and I'm not the ambitious sort who sets out a life plan for things like family and careers. I just end up drifting into things like new jobs and moving to new places.
shouting at pigeons and begging for change.
or in prison.
in one of manchester, cardiff or london, taking pictures at gigs every other night and driving myself further into debt by following bands around the country/putting on killer shows etc.
you know you want to.
stories on DIS due to being in the best band in the world and all that. :o)
i want to see if the grass actually is greener, because it sure looks like it does, and i've been getting fed up with a lot of the bollocks britain seems so good at sustaining.
these days in search of a better life.
All of them seem to find it too.
ANYTHING can happen to me in that time...
I will be living in a flat I own (I hope)
I will be working in a Theatre as an Education Manager! And will also still have a Brownie Unit.
Living in a city - which city I have no idea! :)
still happy at home I hope, with a few more babies under my belt...all floury chested and smelling of honey
with chicken, a goat and a cow in the garden
at this desk!
Or in prison, one of the two.
maybe one or two more kids. ( or maybe not ).
Having the same shit job.
Posting shit on DiS.
PLEASE LET THIS BE TRUE.