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My main 'problem' is awkwardness, being a little shy and such. I work as a barman, something I took on to better myself in those areas, and I'm really polite and friendly, I just tend to have moments of panic under pressure and freeze up a little which must seem strange when all I have to do is pour beer
Originally posted by Ittabena
I can say anything, dance around - I am performing. But if you take me to a little meat market on the edge of town and some girl asks me to dance the fear strikes and I cannot. Why? I guess somehow not being the center of attention takes the anonymity out of it for me. Sounds odd I know but I really think that being the center of attention now gives me security.
Does this make any sense to you?edit on 14-2-2012 by Ittabena because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by AlanQaida
I forcibly took my self out my comfort zone and started working security from dev to burnie, now I own my own business when I left tassie I sold my VR commodore and saved 2 centrelink pays and as much from wages as I could, I left with about 4 grand in my pocket lol. And if you saved a bit more you could move straight into a fully furnished place
Originally posted by Tasmanaut
reply to post by halfoldman
ah yes, I was thinking of Flinders Island, and Robinson is the fellow my great great grandad worked along side of... I've never actually heard that other part of the story though, to my knowledge Truganini was the last to pass away... but then again, they don't teach us the history of things like that in school here, and even if they did, its hard to know the truth of the matter... and I've never thought to look much into it other than to hear about the relation of mine that played a part in the whole thing... not something to be terribly proud of I'm afraid.