Let me preface this by saying the PFD is when you get money from the state of AK for living there. It’s kind of like oil money that they hand out every year – the purpose was to give it to future generations of Alaskans when oil would no longer be a viable resource and the amount can be anywhere from under a grand or over…
I applied for my PFD recently and it got me thinking about what I’m going to do for the next couple of months.
Next couple of months… Lately I haven’t been planning anything longer than a month in advance because if one thing traveling has taught me – you can make all the plans you want but it doesn’t mean you’ll follow through. You’ll meet new people, you’ll run into old friends (old meaning you met them a few weeks ago) and things change. It’s how traveling works.
americans seem to think there are two accents in england
- tally ho old chum cheerio yes yes wot wot
- YOU AIGHT M8 I’LL FUCK YA UP FOR LOOKIN AT MY TELLY
which is 100% true
actually everyone thinks that
but english people seem to think americans have two accents
- well hidey ho thare I was just goin to round up them there horses
- woah gnarly waves dude lets go eat a hamburger and smoke some weed
A boat in Koh Lipe, Thailand
I like to think I’m more spontaneous than I really am. Prior to this trip I would say I was pretty straight edge. I didn’t do anything super exciting that screamed, “I’m spontaneous!” I had plans, I made plans, I followed plans. I’m a very logical person.
After the past few days I would say I’m becoming more and more spontaneous. I literally had no idea what I was doing and somehow I managed to be all right, luck was on my side.