Skipping

June 8, 2013 § 7 Comments

Have you tried it ?

Dreadfully intoxicating.. Oft disrupting memories— of the dullest.

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§ 7 Responses to Skipping

  • kingmidget says:

    Reblogged this on KingMidget's Ramblings and commented:
    I thought. I need to write something for my blog tonight. I had no thoughts. And then I saw this. I need to skip. In more ways than one.

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  • prewitt1970 says:

    Love it or love to

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  • Sounds like a dangerous habit. I’ll have to try it more.

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  • Reblogged this on Rob's Surf Report and commented:
    I used to be a skipping master. When I was younger, I honed my skills by skipping classes in high school. I just didn’t want to do it at the time – it wasn’t fun, it didn’t feel productive; I could do it in my sleep and often did, but I didn’t know or care why I should. So I skipped it as often as I could. It started in eighth grade, when I skipped a single class by reading in a restroom while the Principal searched around town for me, and peaked in the eleventh grade. I skipped about 85% of the eleventh grade, and spent a lot of time either hiding out and playing video games or causing trouble.

    These days, I only skip things which are not important, and that is how I game my life. I get a lot of things done while building up a list of things that I would like to get done. They won’t do themselves, but that neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg.

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  • When I was in Uni I did a lot of skipping, in fact in my first year their was a class that I only attended 3 times in the whole year! Still passed as well.

    As for real skipping, not so much, didn’t have great co-ordination as a child so took me some getting used to!

    Post got me thinking though fairplay. Just made a new post myself, any chance you could check it out when you get a chance? Many thanks!

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  • I adore skipping.

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  • binvested says:

    skipping is simply the best…

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