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Re: PROUDEST moment in your life?!

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Sweet2525 wrote:
I want to wait on saying what my Proudest moment is because a better one might come then the one I might want to say now. lol. So stay tuned !

Sounds good. But it could be your proudest moment so far rather than overall best moment. Or one of your proudest moments that's on your list for being top so far Smiley Wink

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Me graduating from middle school and soon to be graduating from high school with high grades...

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My proudest moment is more of a combination of lots of little proud moments.

 

When I was 16 I was asked to leave the childrens home I was in (I grew up in care). I left with the clothes I had on my back and a couple bags of belongings and it was all I had to my name minus £54 they gave me when I left.

 

My proudest moment was when I got my first job, my first pay cheque and then saved enough to rent my first apartment.  I did it all on my own when everyone else expected me to fail, it was a great feeling and I've never looked back.

 

To this day it motivates me.

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Sweet2525 wrote:
I want to wait on saying what my Proudest moment is because a better one might come then the one I might want to say now. lol. So stay tuned !

 

So... you're just going to make something up?

ok....

My proudest moment was when I traveled back in time and saved America from Russia's pet dragon by winning an arm wrestling match on the moon, and single handedly stopped the cold war.
The text books tell a tale of "Diplomacy and a fear of Mutually assure destruction" being major factors in the wars end, however what they don't tell you is that's what I named my arms.



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One of my proudest moments was when I finished a 300+ page novel up to and including a finished second draft.  At the time I was pretty pleased with myself, at least until I realized I'd worked on it to the point where I never wanted to see it again.  Short attention span > pride.

 

Other than that, I guess when I backpacked around a couple foreign countries, which might not sound like something to be especially proud of until you realize that unless I'm going to work it's hard to motivate me to get out of bed.

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When I became famous
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I had my own home at 18. Felt good. Feels good.
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Also, when I finally became a Sackboy!

 

 

 

 

 

Just kidding, I hate this rank.

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@Hermaeus_Moron but Sackboy's are awesome.
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@Hermaeus_Moron but Sackboy's are awesome.

Why didn't Pinocchio want to become a sackboy instead of a real boy then, huh?  Answer me that.

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