Each year when it’s time for my birthday I reflect back and see if it topped the year before. I’m pretty sure I’ll get to a year that simply can’t be topped, but I sit here right now feeling pretty good about the future even though on the surface it seems to be going backwards (with the living in dad’s basement thing). I’m working on a plan that will get me out of here for hopefully a long time, but I don’t see much happening before 2009.
I’ll never know if I made the right choices since I can’t turn back time and try something else, but I have no regrets about the choices I’ve made (so far). It has been 14 months since I’ve had a job and I forgot what’s it’s like to sit in front of a computer reading blogs trying not to glance at the clock because I know not much time has passed since the last time I looked at it. I just didn’t fit with the corporate world and with my now useless degree the decision was easy to pursue a more mobile lifestyle of freelancing/writing/blogging. Sure it’s not for most people, but for me it is and I’m enjoying it even though I have to count every dollar I spend.
So tomorrow I will be 29. Last week I noticed some grey hairs in my beard.
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happy bday dude
im 26 in a few days. im scared. hah. i cant believe im that old.
One more year and you’ll join our little exclusive club. And I will laugh and point and mock you.
Happy birthday, buddy.
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Tomorrow as tradition, you know we’ll be popping bottles and models or at least underage South American girls with fake ID’s. I’m giving the bouncer a hundy to look the other way.
By the way I’ll be drunk off that green drank, you know, prescription cough syrup and Jack Daniels
f. (white hair…) join the club
Happy birthday Roosh! so, what exactly do you…”do”…all day? The banging and traveling is all very interesting, but seriously…I think I’d loose my mind without the “routine”. Just wondering…
I already congratulated you….I might have been the first one, even though its tomorrow. Anyways hit me back…..
PS. Was my comment deleted from yesterdays post?
Happy bday Roosh, all the Moet and Hennessy you can drink on me
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you know what’s great about being a man? “you get older and the girls stay the same age.”
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hmm im 10 years younger than you and 29 doesn’t seem too old at all..you’ll be good if you stick with 29 for the next few years though LOL once you hit 30 it’s downhill in my oppinion..at my age right now some default in my brain tells me I should be creeped out with any 30+ numbers
Have a fun Flag day! :)
Happy Birthday you fool!! Lookin forward to more great posts…great book too, so very true!!
Happy 29th dude!
If you haven’t, you should read ‘The Four Hour Work Week’ on how to enhance your mobile lifestyle.
Roosh – You’ll never know for sure if you made the “right” choices but in my opinion you’ve made some good ones. It is fortunate that you’ve taken this time off now and not just thought about doing it down the road. Once you reach a certain point in family and careeer it becomes exceedingly difficult to just drop everything; everyone wants and needs a piece of you and you end up stuck even if you have the financial means to take a break. Cherish every moment of this time off from the rat race and keep up your pursuit of exploring life.
I have a few gray hairs in my beard and I’m 22. -_-;;
maybe you could write a new book about how to avoid gray hair…it seems some lifestyles are more prone to gray hair earlier on than others
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I just started reading your blog and I have an observation; I think you base your life too much on short term pursuits.
Yes your game will allow you to bang girls sometimes, but since they won’t be having orgasms consistently (according to your sample pages) and they will find out that you live with your dad and have no job, they will ditch you soon.
Are you worried about spending the rest of your life thinking nostalgically about your 20s?
Assuming you’ve taken good care of your body, the 20s are when you are at the height of your physical and mental powers. What better time period of one’s life is there to think nostalgically about? There is nothing sadder than a person who started a family in their early 20s, and is simply biding their time until retirement. At least Roosh V will probably avoid the fate of most people, whose lives peaked in high school.
Hopefully he has something stashed away for retirement though.